October 2, 2005, - 2:28 pm

Domino: Worst Movie I’ve Ever Seen, Avoid at All Cost

By Debbie Schlussel
Avoid the upcoming movie, “Domino,” at all cost.
This movie was extremely and gratuitously violent, sickening, disgusting, and disturbing. I’ve already had nightmares over it and its vile dismemberment scene. Another bait and switch ploy by Hollywood–marketing it as an adventure flick about a former supposed Ford model (funny, no one at Ford remembers her) who becomes a bounty hunter. This movie is anything but.
Vile, repulsive, depraved. You’ll thank me for the two-plus hours of your life you saved. Those who go to this horrid, nausea-inducing celluloid crap will wish they’d listened to me.
If there was a death penalty for defining deviancy, indecency, and violence down, the makers of and actors in this silver screen spittle would be immediately and deservedly executed. That includes: the producing Hadida and Scott brothers (yes, Ridley Scott and bro), actress Keira Knightley and has-beens Mickey Rourke, Mo’Nique, Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green (“90210″)–desperate whores who would apparently take any part in any movie, no matter how vile.
What I’ve previously written about this movie’s porcine “actress” Mo’Nique applies to this movie: We need a lot less, not Mo’.
When there is total anarchy in America, blame movies like this–if you’re still alive. Again, avoid this movie like the plague.

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4 Responses

Awesome movie review. I like adventure movies. And I have mixed feeling about the current trend to have petite little actresses play action heroes. But cute as Keira Knightly might be, the idea of her as a rough tough bounty hunter seems too far-fetched. Even so, I was considering seeing it. No more. Who needs to see trash?

Scott S on October 2, 2005 at 11:09 pm

Death penalty for making movies?
Um, let me put it this way: that’s a bad idea.

john_m_burt on October 6, 2005 at 3:47 am

Great review of this absolutely filthy movie, I’m so glad I’m not the only one who felt that way about it.

Mark on July 13, 2012 at 11:26 pm

Are you serious? How are people like you allowed to disseminate their drivel on the internet. I agree the movie is terrible but the language you use here is worse than anything offensive in the movie. You shallow dimwitted whore.

Ulick McGee on August 22, 2012 at 9:33 pm

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