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Elizabeth Hoyt | Ten Clues That You Are Watching a Really Bad Movie


So, the other day after my computer blew up, I decided that I needed a break from reality and I stuck a DVD in the player, sat back, and prepared to enjoy a whole lot of bare nekkid male chests. But a strange feeling came over me as I watched the previews to the movie. A feeling that I may have chosen A Really Bad Movie.

Herewith is a list of my Ten Clues that perhaps I was not the target audience for the movie 300:


Elizabeth's List is great! What are YOUR signs to a really BAD movie?




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