Library Of Congress Adds 3 Titles To List Of Films That Should Be Destroyed Forever

Library Of Congress Adds 3 Titles To List Of Films That Should Be Destroyed Forever
NFIP president Lawrence Feldman said as workers shoveled every known copy of Hollow Man 2, Nights In Rodanthe, and Rock Star into a furnace burning at 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit. "I'd like to thank our librarians for their painstaking work combing thrift stores for VHS tapes and personally deleting every known digital version of these unremarkable films."

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Obviously satire

A real NFIP would have included the Star Wars Holiday Special!

the current librarian is a huge Bruce Vilanch fan, so, no.

but damn, now I feel I have to see Hollow Man 2....

My vote

"An Inconvenient Truth."

Politics

Even if I agreed with your politics this is a lame response.

Re: Politics

If you agreed with their politics, you likely wouldn't have replied.

Wrong

I am the person that replied. I am sympathetic to people that dislike "An Inconvenient Truth" So you are incorrect when you say - "If you agreed with their politics, you likely wouldn't have replied."

Whatever

I am the person who suggested deleting "An Inconvenient Truth." We're all entitled to our opinion and I respect yours. I also appreciate your reply and your sympathy. Lord knows I need it...

Valley girl

When you say "whatever" do you say it like a valley girl? I'm so sure!

Valley girl?

I CAN say it like a valley girl if that's what you want.

More Movies

I would say Dinner with Schmucks and Prince of Persia. Not even watchable. Sad about Rock Star. I kind of liked it for some reason.

my nominees

"Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," and the two that followed.

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