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    What do you consider to be some of the all-around worst big screen romantic pairings of cinema's past and present? Here are some potential picks to get you started.

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    Guessing before viewing the link:

    Nick Nolte & Julia Roberts are the worst I've ever seen.

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    • #3
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      Jack Black and Kate Winslet was just wrong on so many levels.
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        Harrison Ford and Kate Capshaw. 100% the fault of Kate "IIIEEEEEEE" Capshaw of course.
        Frosties are just Cornflakes for people who can't face reality.

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        • #5
          Re: Worst On-Screen Couples

          Madonna as Amber Leighton

          and ...

          Adriano Giannini as Giuseppe 'Guido' Esposito

          in ...

          Swept Away (2002)
          http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0291502/

          Written and directed by Guy Ritchie

          Truly an aweful movie and an aweful screen couple. Bombed at the box office and a painful movie to watch too when on TV..

          Pah! Utter fuc*ing sh!te!

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            Originally posted by j over View Post
            What do you consider to be some of the all-around worst big screen romantic pairings of cinema's past and present? Here are some potential picks to get you started.

            Do you ever have an original idea?

            I'm just curious.
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              Originally posted by Adam Isaac View Post
              Do you ever have an original idea?

              I'm just curious.
              One thing about jover, Adam, is he's consistant and we know what to expect. Plus he does provide an invaluable service.. He points stuff out for those of us who are lazy to find this stuff out for ourselves..

              I appreciate his posts

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              • #8
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                I just find it a bit odd that a non-writer spends so much ****ing time on a writer's forum.

                It's nothing personal against the guy, but no other member in forum history has started more threads with '0' posts in them.
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                • #9
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                  Hell I'm a non writer (well, I don't write screenplays anyway) and I'm here a bunch.

                  Plus j over isn't actually a person. He's a sophisticapted computer program designed to post on message boards. And I love him because at least he stimulates debate.
                  Frosties are just Cornflakes for people who can't face reality.

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                  • #10
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                    Robot.

                    I f*cking knew it!
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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by Cycstorm View Post
                      Hell I'm a non writer (well, I don't write screenplays anyway) and I'm here a bunch.

                      Yeah, but you're in film school.

                      And I love him because at least he stimulates debate.
                      Yeah...right. Like we don't get enough intelligent debate on this forum without his help. It's a 4:1 ratio of sh*t topics to decent topics, every f*cking morning.
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                      Last edited by Adam Isaac; 02-12-2008, 06:42 AM.
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                        Originally posted by Adam Isaac View Post
                        Robot.

                        I f*cking knew it!
                        Fooled me.. .

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                        • #13
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                          Actually, you know, it's not even important. I'm going to shut up.

                          No hard feelings, j. Turns out I just needed that first cup of coffee.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Worst On-Screen Couples

                            Originally posted by Adam Isaac View Post
                            I just find it a bit odd that a non-writer spends so much ****ing time on a writer's forum.

                            It's nothing personal against the guy, but no other member in forum history has started more threads with '0' posts in them.
                            J is young (19?). This is his "thing". This is how he defines himself on this forum (to the point he makes sure everyone knows he posts things first even if you try and add another point).

                            He is carving a niche for himself. I don't think he wants to be a writer... Which is fine. He will probably do well as a reporter or correspondent...
                            Positive outcomes. Only.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Worst On-Screen Couples

                              Originally posted by Cycstorm View Post
                              Harrison Ford and Kate Capshaw. 100% the fault of Kate "IIIEEEEEEE" Capshaw of course.
                              You're dissing Willie in Temple of Doom?!?!?! ?!?!?!

                              I could understand if you'd said Indiana and Short Round, but Willie...

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