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Alone in the Dark (2005)

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Re: Alone in the Dark (2005)
Added by Joe Rickey   on 2005-01-31 21:30:25

The most unintentionally hilarious part was when one of the soldiers fell through the ground when they were in the mine shaft and Stephen Dorff yelled out ?Marco!" All I could think about was "Where's Polo when you need him?"

Re: Alone in the Dark (2005)
Added by Bill King   on 2005-02-01 01:46:32

Is this movie as funny as "Battlefield Earth"?

Funny moments
Added by Greg   on 2005-02-02 16:49:19

We were laughing so hard at the ridiculousness of the whole scene it self that I missed the Marco line.

In the scene where Christian Slater exclaims "I can't believe it!" I couldn't resist yelling out "Neither can we!" It brought the house down.

As for better than Battlefield Earth - in terms of great bad lines- I'd have to give this one the nod.

Re: Alone in the Dark (2005)
Added by Bill King   on 2005-02-05 01:23:20

I'll have to check this one out. It'll be hard to top "Battlefield: Earth" in terms of hilarious dialogue.

"You hungry, little fella? Want some rat? It's good!"
"...this has got to be one of the ugliest crap holes in the entire universe."
"She's stupid enough not to be a menace, good-looking enough to be decorative; she gets drunk with economical speed."

Classic stuff there. LOL

Alone in the Dark with Several Bottles of Wine to get Through This
Added by peggy (email) on 2005-12-01 10:52:25

I first viewed this movie during the consumption of many glasses of wine, so after coming to, I gave it another chance. I am now on my third attempt at watching it and have started drinking again in order to erase the memories of the time and money (mine and the actors) wasted on this movie. I love Christian Slater, but obviously the feelings are not the same or he would not have inspired me to purchase (yes I purchased it) this waste of disc space. I must give credit to Tara Reid for it was at the moment she uttered " I thought you were dead" kiss/slap and then business as usual, that I realized this movie might stink. The only thing I could relate to in this movie was the missing orphans. They probably slipped out the window when they were told this movie was to be the feature of the evening.

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