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The Number 23 (2007)

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The worst movie I've ever seen in the theater.

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One of the worst films i have ever seen where Jim Carrey loses his shit and sees the number 23 in EVERY fuckin thing AND its directed by Joel Schumacher...the Batman Codpiece master! With only an 8% on rottentomatoes.com this should be a no brainier!

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Great horrible film with so many absurd questions to be asked.

 

Sample though process:

Originally posted on the 31st day of the 1st month of 2012?! 31+1 = 32, 23 reversed! 2012 = 20 and 12 = 2+0 and 1+2 = 2 and 3 = 23!!!

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Nothing like seeing the trailer and reading the name Joel Schumacher to lower your expectations of a film. they had Jim Carrey, it should of been a good film, but it feels like a cheap play on lost numbers idea, it's even one of the numbers from the tv show lost 23. didn't Nicolas Cage do a movie that was on the lines of the same subject called "Knowing" guess what that was a bad movie too.. ohh man.,

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didn't Nicolas Cage do a movie that was on the lines of the same subject called "Knowing" guess what that was a bad movie too.. ohh man.,

 

I know. It's almost like movies can't do anything to make the concept of "numbers" scary.

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The exact number of shits I didn't give about this movie? 23!

 

You sound pretty blocked up, have you considered a gentle laxative?

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I know. It's almost like movies can't do anything to make the concept of "numbers" scary.

 

I heard someone say once that numerology was science for imbeciles.

Pretty much spot on.

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Check out the "Yeah Its That Bad" review of Number 23.

 

I love it when movies like this are reviewed. I still get to appease my small interest in a story i never should see and the podcast is entertaining.

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I heard someone say once that numerology was science for imbeciles.

Pretty much spot on.

 

Calling it 'science' is being far too generous.

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This movie would literally be perfect for this HDTGM. Should have been another step for Jim Carrey to show he wasn't just a comedic actor, but it just failed... in the best way possible.

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Jim Carrey stars in this preposterous psychological thriller about numerology regarding the mystery of the number 23 with Joel Schumacher as the director. Has an 8% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has a plot twist that you will see from the distance. Fire up!

 

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I've never seen it but I have a friend who absolutely loves it. I'm almost afraid to watch it and realize my friend is batshit insane.

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I'm pretty sure this suggestion is already buried deep, deep in the forum, as I think I mentioned that it's such a crazy coincidence that 23 is the exact number of shits that I don't give about this movie! Hi-yo! But still, yeah, good one for this podcast.

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I'm reviving this.

 

It is Happening-level perfect for the show.

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Fuck this movie. I would re-watch it if they did it though.

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I want to bump this. Just the plot of this movie is enough to make Paul, June and Jason's brains explode.

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2 divided into 3 isn't .666, it's .667 or .66666666666666666... on forever. It doesn't just end 3 digits in. This movie is clearly full of holes!

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Also Euclidean geometry has only 5 axioms. There are 23 definitions in the first chapter but those are NOT THE SAME THING.

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There are 23 previous comments before mine, this must mean something.

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