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Let me start by saying: I'm not an architect, I don't know anything about architecture, but I like to see different kinds of buildings and architecture, I hope this is not offensive to someone but which do you think it's the worst building in the world?, the one you don't want to be place in your city, Mine is Torre Agbar, I don't like this building. I live in Mexico, we don't have a lot of skyscrapers here.
2015 was a pretty good year for movies. As someone who goes to the movies quite often, I saw some good ones and some bad ones. Let me know your favorites (and least favorites) SPOILERS The best movie I saw in theaters this year was Star Wars: the Force Awakens. I'll admit that part of the allure is that it's a Star Wars movie. I had gone on a binge of the original trilogy before seeing this, and the hype was up. When the Star Wars logo appeared on screen and the opening theme started playing... that was a special moment. That was when the reality that "I'm seeing Star Wars in theaters" kicked in. Oh, and by the way... My second favorite was The Walk. This is a pretty biased decision, as anything revolving around cities and architecture is going to be on my list. It's still a good movie, and it's excellently filmed. It's still a great movie, but one I found pretty underrated. It didn't do too good at the box office, and I'm pretty sure I was the only one at the theater not AARP eligible. My third favorite was Inside Out. I found it exceptionally creative, even by Disney's standards. And considering that Disney is the epitome of creativity in the film industry, that's saying a lot. It took abstract ideas, personified them, and made them memorable. The explanation of how Riley's mind works was also extremely thought out (pun intended) and worked despite its complications.
In your opinion, what is the worst city in the USA? Be sure to explain why you think the city you pick is the worst. NOTE: When I say worst, I'm talking in terms of anything that affects how someone would think about a city. So is it the Mistake by the Lake (Cleveland)? Detroit? Chicago?