My predicament lacks its usual cheer.


Should I put both movies on the list?
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They're still two different movies, so sure.
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I don't think that counts at all.
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OK, I watched Santa Meets the Ice Cream Bunny, one of the worst things ever, and 20 minutes in, the movie fratures another Barty Mahon movie: Thumbelina. There's about 15 minutes left after the 60 minute trash piece ended, so did I just watch two movies?

My predicament is this: I'm working on a list of the worst movies ever. Can I put both the Santa movie and Thumbelina on, or is that unfair?

"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."

Both movies were directed by Barry Mahon, but this Santa movies has another of his movies in it because Santa's telling the story.

No, the whole Thumbelina movie (including CREDITS) was put in the middle. Should I put both movies in my list of worst movies ever or should I just include one or the other? Santa might not count since only 35 or so minutes was original material.

Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
As far as I'm concerned, you can count it as two [or three if you also saw the one with Jack and the Beanstalk].
It's what you learn after you know it all that counts. - John Wooden
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The Haunting of Sharon Tate this year was woeful. And to think, I watched it after seeing all the horrible reviews.
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