An extension of the word 'gash', when used to describe a bad situation.
"this films gashwaar mate"
"yeah mate, it was comletely gashwaar"
One of the greatest actors and directors that have ever come into existence. Is pushing 80, and is amazingly still doing films. Well known films include Million Dollar Baby, Unforgiven, The Dollars Trilogy, High Plains Drifter, and the Dirty Harry series. Clint Eastwood is the ultimate bad-ass.
You haven't seen a bad-ass until you've seen Clint Eastwood on the silver screen.
Annoying hack of a film critic that gives bad reviews to good films and good reviews to bad films, with the reviews being pretentious and nonsensical. On Rotten Tomatoes, he has only agreed with the Tomatometer 51% of the time! Everyone knows, however, that he only does this for attention since his reviews are always the most discussed.
Here's a list of films he hates:
The Dark Knight (94%)
The Hangover (78%)
Star Trek (95%)
Watchmen (64%, I don't care if it's low, it's still one of my favorite movies)
The Wrestler (98%)
Benjamin Button (73%)
Gran Torino (80%)
Slumdog Millionaire (94%)
Burn After Reading (78%)
Hellboy 2 (88%)
Iron Man (93%)
Compared to movies he "likes":
Transformers 2 (20%)
Land of the Lost (28%)
Dance Flick (27%)
Confessions of a Shopaholic (23%)
Bedtime Stories (23%)
Transporter 3 (38%)
What Happens in Vegas (27%)
Chuck & Larry (13%, he called it a "modern classic")
So yeah, White is an attention-seeking idiot.
Isn't it weird that he's a black man who's last name is White and he likes bad movies and hates good movies?
Armond White is just an idiot.
|18.||bad mammer jammer|
a minced oath (pseudo profanity or expletive deletive) in the fashion of altering traditionally obscene, blasphemous or words or phrases otherwise unacceptable for public use and discourse--jeez louise for jesus christ or freaking for f*cking. mammer jammer is a replacement for mother f*cker. Used in blaxplotation films and made popular by the stevie wonder song of the same title.
'she's a bad mammer jammer, just as foxy as can be..."
|19.||Foreign Film Phobia|
1) A term that can apply to anyone, particularly Americans, who are intimidated and/or resentful at the fact that other entertaining movies do in fact exist outside their country and are of a different language. This "resentment" is more of a type of 'refusal' to accept the fact that there is talent and originality by other movie industry's and directors outside of the country they live in.
2) Generally applies to Americans who are too lazy too watch a Foreign Film because it involves reading and/or they feel that any movie that is NOT in English could never possibly be worth their time nor live up to the greatness that they feel Hollywood is; therefore causing Hollywood to capitalize off Foreign films by remaking them into “American versions” for the “Typical” beer-drinking, loud, impatient, low attention-span, American.
Claude: “Wow, I saw this movie the other day where this woman is blackmailed and then imprisoned for like 13 years. But then she comes back for vengeance against the dude her set her up.”
David: “Oh really, that sounds interesting. I wanna see it. Who’s in it?”
Claude: “A great Korean actress, but you probably won’t know who she is.”
David: “Oh…wait, is the movie in English?”
Claude: “No, actually it’s a Korean movie. I remember you said you like all movies, especially good movies, so I’m pretty sure you’ll like this one.”
David: “Well, if it ain’t in English I ain’t watchin it! Anyway man, you’re a French dude; why would you watch a Korean movie?”
Claude: “Man, a good movie IS STILL a good movie no matter where it’s from.”
David: “Well….I’d rather enjoy what I’m watching, rather than reading it.”
Claude: “Aww man, you’ve got Foreign Film Phobia. That’s too bad. Well, never fear, Hollywood is making the watered down American version for your pampered ass.”
Rape shown in films/television that occur between two dudes that would make you and your friends feel super uncomfortable sitting next to each other. AKA "Sodimization".
I got beat so bad in Madden...I feel like i've been bad-raped
The Cage Effect (or Cage Syndrome) is a curious consequence, whereby a film containing more than 30 minutes of scenes with Nicholas Cage will become instantly worth watching; regardless of the quality of the script, concept or acting.
This effect is most notable in especially bad films as the appearance of Cage converts any drama into a yet unnamed form of humour. The greater the intended drama the more hilarious Nicholas Cage will make the scene. Thus during scenes in a film that should be serious, moving or tragic the audience only concentrates on how Nicholas Cage will deliver his next line.
Tom: "I was supposed to be concentrating on the intriguing unravelling of a conspiracy by Nicholas Cage but all I saw was him in a bear suit punching people."
Simon: "Must have been the Cage Effect dude"