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What do you think is the worst movie ever?

Posted: Sun, 29th Apr 2007, 10:41pm

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Well, there have been lots of topics about the best movie ever, but no one's ever talked about the worst movies ever.

Mine:
Baby It's Cold Outside– A movie about a woman from Florida who comes to Maine. The plot was boring. The best actor was an anteater; all the humans were TERRIBLE actors. What special effects it had looked like they were done in ten minutes. And their Maine accents were so horrible that it sounded like they were supposed to be English (no offense smile )

The tenth kingdom– this is a TV show, and disc one out of 4 was itself approximately 4 and a half hours long. It was about a girl who got transported to another world with trolls that were obsessed with shoes. Seriously. The effects would have been much better with AlamDV.



Whew, that wore me out. Anybody else?
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cyborg. only time i've ever seen everyone in a theater get up and walk out of a movie. followed closely by freddy got fingered. words can not describe how bad this movie was.
Posted: Sun, 29th Apr 2007, 11:11pm

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The second time I've posted this link (prizes of puppies and glitter to whoever remembers the first time):

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111301/
Posted: Sun, 29th Apr 2007, 11:12pm

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Nice topic, Darth Penguin. smile

There are many terrible movies out there, so I narrowed it down to these:

The worst movie I think was ever made is, without a doubt, Rocky. All of the Rocky movies. They were so boring, they had the dummest plot, and you couldn't here a word they were saying because they weren't pronouning properly (in the French version, anyways wink). The characters weren't developped, the boxing wasn't interesting, and the acting was terrible.

My 2nd worst movie would be, well... All of the Disney sport movies! I mean come on, they're so predictable, corny, cheesy... They're horrible.
No offense.

Rawree:
Are you actually gonna give a dog to the person who remembers it? Cause you'd have to ship it over the Atlantic if I guessed it right wink
Posted: Sun, 29th Apr 2007, 11:21pm

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... I liked the Tenth Kingdom when i was a kid sad


But seriously, the worst movie ever has to be.....

Posted: Sun, 29th Apr 2007, 11:35pm

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
An American Haunting
Fever Pitch
Stay Alive
When a Stranger Calls
The Fog (remake)
House of Wax (remake)
The Grudge 2


And these are the ones that are just bad, not even bad good. The best bad movies that are so bad they are enjoyable to me are:

Night of the Lepus
You Got Served
Pulse
The Wickerman (remake)
The Grudge
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 12:09am

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Plainly Canadian wrote:


Rawree:
Are you actually gonna give a dog to the person who remembers it? Cause you'd have to ship it over the Atlantic if I guessed it right wink
You'd have to find the first time before we could even contemplate thinking about thinking about sending anything of a canine nature. (Prizes of kittens and confetti to anyone who gets the oh so cheesy pop reference in this post).
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 12:20am

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I thought "The Grudge" was rather entertaining. And Street fighter was also entertaining, in a "Bad good" way.



Movies so bad, I wanted to leave the theaters:

UltraViolet.

The texas Chainsaw massacre: the beginning

The Medallion (jackie chan) <--- note: I actually DID walk out.

Syriana <---- SO excruciatingly boring, It's insane.

The Science of sleep <-------Michel gondry missed the mark.

A scanner darkly <------HUGE waste of time.



(Perhaps you could also insert "Deathproof" in here...)




I would list the films I've rented/watched on tv, but there are so many turds, I can't even begin to remember their names.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:07am

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Well are we talking "BAD MOVIES" including low budget and TV, Straight-To-Video stuff? Cause then seriously, no cinema experience, howeverr bad it was, should be on the list. There are some awfully terrible TV movies out. Most of which I've alredy forgotten the name, fortunately.


But in terms if "films people might KNOW and I wanted to kill myself in the theatre" were:


Star Wars Episode 2

Beats them all. Terrible film on all levels except for the work of ILM and John Williams. Appalling screenplay, terrible acting, catastrophic directing, laughable... Everything really. People giggled AT the movie at the wrong times. But even that couldn't entertain me. I'd say that's the worst movie I've ever spent money on.

The Black Dahlia

I'm into film noir, so I went to see it. Oh man. What a mess. It was boring as hell and at one point just made no sense anymore and plunged way deep into "LOL" territory.

Artificial Intelligence

The first half was good. Not great, but good. But then it managed to decrease lower and lower and lower and lower unlike anything I've ever seen before. I couldn't believe how ridicolously bad the movie got. People were leaving the cinema, booing at the film - and that's the ONLY time I've ever experienced that in a swiss cinema.

Messidor

Swiss film, so fortunately no one knows that one. That most have been my worst cinema experience ever. We went to see it with school, so I couldn't leave. And it was boring, stupid and in FRENCH. That's pretty much as bad as it gets for me. And last but not least, the film lasted WAY more then 2 hours and made me wanna punch everyone around me in the face. twisted


Those are the ones that come to my mind now.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:22am

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Catwoman
The Darkness

Oh and Sollthar, you really thought Episode II was worse than Episode I? I don't care for either of them all that much any more but Episode II was leaps and bounds better than I.

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Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:34am

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Mannnnn, ooohhh man, do I got all of you beat. There is one movie, one title of comic-book fantasy turned celloloid that makes even the most stalwart cinema-goer cringe in disgust. Look away! LOOK AWAY!! Its...
"Howard the Duck"
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:36am

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Episode II was leaps and bounds better than I
Quite obviously, I disagree entirely. Though sure, Episode one was crap too. smile

Hehehehehe, Howard the Duck! Haha, brilliant film.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:59am

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Son of the Mask. I would have died if it weren't for the half-decent effects. This movie was total and complete nonsense for a complete hour and a half. It didn't even get close to mediocracity. And I normally try to find something good about a movie. I just couldn't.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 2:10am

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"Raptor," hands down- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0292634/
Unless we're talking about actual cinema-released films. In that case the worst I can think of is probably Batman and Robin. That film was just plain awful.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 2:24am

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OK, there are bad movies I LOVE and bad films I hate, I'll start off with hating:

Scary Movie: saw this film with some friends and i HATED IT SO MUCH! The people that wrote this steaming pile should never have been given funds to make more movies, I do not understand how people can subject them selves to this sort of junk.

Love

Plan 9 From Outer Space: This had to be said, even if it is not really deserving of the Worst Film Ever Golden Turkey award it recived it is just a classic. How can you not laugh at dialog like: "Inspector Clay is dead, murdered, and somebodies responsible!" or "Your stupid minds, stupid, STUPID!"

Robot Monster: is another timeless stinker, I mean who wouldn't like a movie about a fat man in an ape suit and fish bowl on his head rampaging in Bronson Canyon with dialog like this:
Kid -"I think your just a big meany who likes to beat people up!"
RoMan -"No,... now I will destroy you!"
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 3:17am

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The worst movie I think was ever made is, without a doubt, Rocky. All of the Rocky movies. They were so boring, they had the dummest plot, and you couldn't here a word they were saying because they weren't pronouning properly
I think Rocky is one of the greatest movies ever, and Rocky IV is amazing! Perhaps you think differently, but they have much more of an effect once you know Sly wrote and got it produced all himself as a rookie, at least on the first one. You've got to admire that, with an Oscar or two to show for it. Also, you simply must watch the English versions with subtitles to get the full effect. That's how those people talk, son, with accents!

My 2nd worst movie would be, well... All of the Disney sport movies! I mean come on, they're so predictable, corny, cheesy... They're horrible.
No offense.
Again, you're entitled to your own opinion and all, but saying that is just wrong. Remember the Titans is quite possibly one of the best sports movies ever made, as is The Rookie, both of which are Disney. Not to say there aren't some stinkers in that same troop, but you can't say something that broad unless it's all dreadful.

Number One for me: Kill Bill Vol. 1 (I know, I'm a hypocrite.)
Two: Date Movie
Three: Pulp Fiction

And SlothPaladin, I hated Scary Movie too. Scary Movie 3, however, is PG13/15 (so the humor isn't as tasteless or crude), and it's got a very different cast including Leslie Nealson and Charlie Sheen. And, it's slapstick witty and peefully hilarious.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 3:29am

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A great achievement in Crapulance. I'd rather get a seizure from watching the first season of Pokemon than watching this steaming pile again.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 3:34am

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Spice World gets my vote for worst movie. My ex took me to see it at the theater many moons ago and I actually got up and left her there. She eventually came to her senses and left as well. Terrible movie.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 4:09am

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Sollthar wrote:




Star Wars Episode 2

Beats them all. Terrible film on all levels except for the work of ILM and John Williams. Appalling screenplay, terrible acting, catastrophic directing, laughable... Everything really. People giggled AT the movie at the wrong times. But even that couldn't entertain me. I'd say that's the worst movie I've ever spent money on.
Agreed. Although I am a big Star Wars fan I have to say Episode II was a flunk. All I liked in that movie was Effects by ILM, music by John Williams, and the fight between yoda and dooku. Which I have to admit was pretty sweet.


The worst movie of all time though??

I don't remember the name of it but a movie thats about a girl who's brother turned into a grasshoper. Badddd movie. Another bad one was Dog Frankinsine or something like that...
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 5:06am

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FreshMentos wrote:



A great achievement in Crapulance. I'd rather get a seizure from watching the first season of Pokemon than watching this steaming pile again.
Dude. I laughed SO HARD during that movie, I almost passed out. It's HILARIOUS.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 8:48am

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I think Not Another Teen Movie has to be towards the top of my list of worst films I have ever seen. Club Dread and the 5th American Pie film (only reason I even watched that one was someone I know claimed to have appeared in it). Scary Movie was another film I thought was really bad, the only bits of that film that were worth watching were in the TV advert.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:36pm

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0292644/

I think this is the worst movie I've ever seen.
I thought it was four hours long but it wasn't even two hours. I want to burn the DVD and bury the ashes somewhere, but it's not my DVD...
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:43pm

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Hehe, Mansquito. Brilliant! Though I can't help but read it as 'Mansquit', which is just unpleasant. Good to see Waser appreciated his Pulse competition prize, too. smile

Surprised to see Klut naming Rules of Attraction - I think that film's brilliant (though you have to make sure you don't see one of the butchered versions).

As for bad films, my top list would be:

xXx
Star Trek: Nemesis
Die Another Day
Batman & Robin
edit: also these, which I forgot initially:
Wrong Turn
Eurotrip
The Core

I seem to recall the first three there were all released within a few months of each other. Damn, that was a depressing time for cinema.

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Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 1:47pm

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The Core

Unmittigated arse-dribble, with the most flawed story telling and the most blatantly rushed script in any film i've ever seen.

Its the only film i've ever considered actually walking out of. It wasn't even entertaining.
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Doxa

A swedish drama movie, which me and a couple of friends were in. We then got free tickets to the screening of it, and they had cut us out from the movie...and the movie was bad. Really bad.

(They only sold about 40 tickets nationwide I believe)
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ALL of the ones tarn has mentioned, he seems to have forgotten a few

Godzilla - possibly the worst monster movie ever
Dreamcatcher - we almost all walked out of the cinema, what a pile of ****
Wild Wild West - ha ha, if you're going to try to do a wild west sci-fi please make it like Firefly, and what was with that mechanical spider thingy!
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Klut, your post saddened me deeply. Like a knife stab to the gut.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 4:46pm

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Man, there's a lot but a couple that come to mind
Oh Lucky Man-had to sit through it before Clockwork Orange
Gothika
Catwoman
Adams Family Values
Mortal Kombat
That stupid *#@* movie with Bruce Willis going to Mars

I could go on, but why torture myself.
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Tarn wrote:
Wrong Turn
What!? I loved Wrong Turn.

Bad movies:
xXx
Mission to Mars
Reign of Fire
Anything by Paul w.s Anderson (Excluding Event Horizon and his first short movie)
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ashman wrote:


Reign of Fire
I agree! For a film about fire-breathing dragons, Reign of Fire was shockingly boring. I actually fell asleep while watching it-a very bad sign.
Posted: Mon, 30th Apr 2007, 5:33pm

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I'm assuming these are the worst movies I've "seen" (Hey, I never saw Gilgi or Glitter because it didn't take a psychic to know they were crap).

Anyway..... let's see, my list would have to be:

Saturday Night Fever - Too young to see it when it came out. Watched it 30 years later and laughed throughout. Missed the whole point of the movie (if there was one). Thank God disco is dead.

Superman Returns - The cast was just too young looking, and it didn't do anything for me.

Rocky V - Worst story line of the whole. His own son's acting was horrible.

Battlefield Earth - L. Ron Hubbard - 'nuff said.

Waterworld - Mad Max on the water, except it sucked.

Glimmer Man - Don't know why I even thought this would be watchable. In fact, just about anything with Segal sucks.

The English Patient - This just dragged on for me.

Ultraviolet - I would have rather had a cathadar the size of a garden hose.
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UltraViolet.......Was the single most disappointing film I've ever seen in the theaters. (Because, When I heard Kurt Wimmer was going to make another cool sounding film to follow up Equillibrium, I expected it to be at LEAST as awesome. Tragically, It turned out to be bad in a whole new, inane way)
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DREAMCATCHER!!!!!

I forgot about that one... Oh... my....god....

Yeah, I REALLY had second thoughts about the fact I never walk out of the cinema. I would have loved to walk out.
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I usually have a pretty decent crapometer when it comes to film.

I have to say that most of the terrible films I have seen are my buddy Bob's fault.

Bob has this affliction... he hates well crafted cinema and loves derivative chick flicks and straight to DVD schlock... here are some terrible movies Bob subjected me to that made me want to scratch my eyes out.

Just Like Heaven
Dark Wolf
In the Land of Women
Beastmaster 2
Catch and Release

Never walked out on a flick... but God have I thought about it.
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for me the list is as follows:

1. robot jox.
the worst acting, awfull miniture work, and the effects are past diabolical. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102800/

2. today you die.
i still cant work out what the actual plot is for this one.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0431114/

3. any of the harry potter films. i just dont get it. sorry.
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Not sure if its the worst... but Pulse is terrible!

-MAGIC
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Garrison wrote:

Superman Returns
Really glad you mentioned that...

while i wouldn't tag it as one of the worst movies ever, I really didn't like it at all
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My 2nd worst movie would be, well... All of the Disney sport movies! I mean come on, they're so predictable, corny, cheesy... They're horrible.
No offense.
Again, you're entitled to your own opinion and all, but saying that is just wrong. Remember the Titans is quite possibly one of the best sports movies ever made, as is The Rookie, both of which are Disney. Not to say there aren't some stinkers in that same troop, but you can't say something that broad unless it's all dreadful.
Sorry I was so vague! I meant the Disney sport movies in general.

And I've never seen those movies you're talking about, so they might be the best movies ever made - How would I know? wink

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Clockwork Orange!?! How can that be in this list?? Kids today! wink

I rather like Reign of Fire, mainly for Matt Macononeheyheyheyheyhey's ridiculously growly performance. It does have an astoundingly awful ending, though.

I'm always surprised when people say Ultraviolet was disappointing. It always seemed like more of a confirmation of Equilibrium's rubbishness, to me.
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Waser wrote:

Klut, your post saddened me deeply. Like a knife stab to the gut.
Why, you liked that movie?

Edit, after a little Chat talk Umh, it might not be a horrible film, but I just thought it was really really boring.
Even more boring than the Godfather.
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If I could count all the movies I wanted to kill myself, because they were so bad.

1. Alone in the Dark
Just wasn't like the game at all, plus bad acting and other crap.

Boogie Man
this movie was not scary, it made my laugh instead of scream, That's how dumb it was.

This is my top 2 at this time I really don't want to list the 10 others I have in mind. One their already said. two I don't have time to write all of them.
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Tarn wrote:

I'm always surprised when people say Ultraviolet was disappointing. It always seemed like more of a confirmation of Equilibrium's rubbishness, to me.
In my defense, I never saw Equilibrium razz
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I have to go with Alexander (The new newer one) on this. (http://imdb.com/title/tt0346491/)
I can't believe people in hollywood can get so much money to make movies like this. They were just trying to following the big epics that had been coming out after LOTR and I wonder how I sat through the whole thing.

Also, I'd like to thank whoever mentioned Superman Returns, couldn't stand how bad that movie was. I tried to think of things I liked about it, but aside from some of the effects I just hated it.

Haha, when I first saw someone post the Mosquito Man on here I honestly thought it was a joke. At least it wasn't another Cliche film!
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X-men III. I'm sorry, but this has to be the most dissapointing hightly anticipated movie I have ever seen. Dear God.

If they wanted to show Mystique losing her power, they could of showed a little bit more....
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I can't say Ultraviolet, because I heeded my own warnings and didn't go see it. My friends chose to ignore my wisdom and paid dearly.

So I'll put a vote in for Star Wars: Episode One.
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Worst Movie Ever:

28 Days Later

'nuff said.
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Kyal wrote:

X-men III. I'm sorry, but this has to be the most dissapointing hightly anticipated movie I have ever seen. Dear God.
Yeah, that was sooo incredibly disappointing. I was really exited to see it. I was cheering before the movie even started, but when it ended I felt like puking because I was so upset. That movie had so much potential... I also think that the new Star Wars trilogy was just plain awful. Star Wars Episode III is no exception, it sucked just as much as the Episode I and II.
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FreshMentos wrote:

Star Wars Episode III is no exception, it sucked just as much as the Episode I and II.
I have to disagree on that. Although I did not like episode II, Episode III was one of the best (if not the best) Star Wars film EVER. It brought the original trilogy and the new trilogy together. Great movie.
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Thrawn wrote:

FreshMentos wrote:

Star Wars Episode III is no exception, it sucked just as much as the Episode I and II.
I have to disagree on that. Although I did not like episode II, Episode III was one of the best (if not the best) Star Wars film EVER. It brought the original trilogy and the new trilogy together. Great movie.
:-o . . . ewwwww
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Klut wrote:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0292644/

I think this is the worst movie I've ever seen.
Rules of Attraction is awsome!

Worst movie I can think of right now is Ths Sweetest Thing http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0253867/ then there's always a bunch of old awful movies, but this is the one i can think of that i've seen the latest years.
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Lake Placid 2 and all other Sci-fi Channel Original Picture movies.

Crap.
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Epic Movie, I haven't laughed one time during the whole movie...says enough.
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Worst Movie Ever:

28 Days Later

'nuff said.
Yet their making a second one, Called 28 weeks later, I wonder how bad thats going to be.
Posted: Thu, 3rd May 2007, 5:30pm

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Hudson Hawk !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Troll 2. this movie is one of those great bad movies.. all the goblin costumes were essentially made of paper mache masks and a potato sack. and apparently one of the main characters was a local dentist. its hilarious.
also up there would be Date movie and xXx:2
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People- can't amke this kind of "Shinola" up if I tried...

Breakdancin'
Breakdancin' 2- Eelectric Boogaloo
Xanadu
Slingblade
[Mmm-Hm!]
The Monster's Ball [Though I've got some particularly "unwholesome" desires for Hal Barry- she gets the Acadamy Award for looking unkempt and faking orgasm..?]

Ones that I simply hated- nothing but personal distaste:

Thin Red Line- [though visually stunning, it's still a communist tour-de-force vitriolic downplay of Pacific theater warfare]
Blaire Witch Project [sorry- that one was a college stoner proxy- the film equivilant of winning a sweepstake or lottery- had I been the Haxon boy's Professor I'd have flunked them into oblivion]

Still- I shudder when it comes to the "Breakin' series of films"- I worked in a drive-in movie theater as a lad and winced when the owner would reschedule to have those celluloid turds brought back... They made money- but at what price my sanity? razz
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Dusk Till Dawn 2.
Utter tripe!
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Jimmy Gee wrote:

Hudson Hawk
That was horrible.

RusSEAL wrote:

Breakdancin'
Breakdancin' 2- Eelectric Boogaloo
OMG - Thanks for the awful flashbacks
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See?

Told yah!

wink
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I guess I'll just toss this into the mix:

Episode III, while not the worst movie ever, was easily the most disappointing film I have ever witnessed.
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The Siege wrote:

Epic Movie, I haven't laughed one time during the whole movie...says enough.
I'm glad someone mentioned this one. The producers of this one clearly thought that predictably bursting into a rap sequence was funny.
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"Wild Wild West" with Will Smith. The movie is so bad its NOT even funny.
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I HATED epic movie. It was so bad, I honestly couldn't believe a studio greenlit that turd.



(Although...it made $81 million worldwide...So...I guess I DO know why they greenlit it...)
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Oh.. I completely forgot...

Ghost rider.... worst movie.. ever.
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Kyal wrote:

Oh.. I completely forgot...

Ghost rider.... worst movie.. ever.
Bah-wah!?!

Ghost Rider didn't try to be anything special, just a short, fun, thrill/action-ride movie. It succeeded, too. And any movie that isn't trying to be something it's not get a 'not a bad movie' vote in my book.

Plus, it had Nicolas Cage.
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Atom wrote:

Kyal wrote:

Oh.. I completely forgot...

Ghost rider.... worst movie.. ever.
Bah-wah!?!

Ghost Rider didn't try to be anything special, just a short, fun, thrill/action-ride movie. It succeeded, too. And any movie that isn't trying to be something it's not get a 'not a bad movie' vote in my book.

Plus, it had Nicolas Cage.
Say what? The pointing? The terribly cliche lines? The terrible transition between Johnny Blaze and the Ghost Rider? The Redneckness? The terrible building up of characters?

The list goes on, and on. I hated that movie. What a waste of $6.00. neutral
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Plus, it had Nicolas Cage.
I would say that hurt the film more than it helped. Cage is a terribly wooden actor, in my opinion. I can't tell any one of his characters from the others.
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I don't think any movies that made it into theaters should be on here but it looks like they are, so I'll post two answers...

Worst movie in theaters: Spy Kids 2 and 3 - I was going to list all of the bad things about these but then realised it would take too long. I don't remember if the first one was any good or not so I didn't list it.

Worst movie of all time: Quigly - I doubt I spelled the name right and I've probly seen some other movies that are just as bad but this is what comes to the top of my head. It probly isn't very well known. You can tell, even if you don't know avything about movies, (I didn't at the time) that it's low-budget and terribly made..............don't EVER watch it, for your own sake.
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Orin Warren wrote:

kingofbladeslv wrote:

Worst Movie Ever:

28 Days Later

'nuff said.
Yet their making a second one, Called 28 weeks later, I wonder how bad thats going to be.
Probably no better than its predecessor;

SSDM= Same S**t Different Movie
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I'll have to go with The Core. Such a horrible movie, the plot twists were preposterous, the dialogue was idiotic, script was attrioucious, acting was despicable. Uch.

Episode Two shocked me with the quality of acting. I just couldn't see how they hired such a bad actor for Anakin, and how they managed to get Natalie Portman to act so terribly.

And then, of course, you have Doctor Doolittle 2.
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Rollerball, not the original, the more recent one. Completely horrible.
Oh, and Spirit. The animated movie about a horse.
Posted: Mon, 7th May 2007, 6:27am

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pixelboy wrote:

Atom wrote:

Plus, it had Nicolas Cage.
I would say that hurt the film more than it helped. Cage is a terribly wooden actor, in my opinion. I can't tell any one of his characters from the others.
WHAT!??!

Watch Matchstick Men, then National Treasure, then ConAir, then Face/Off, then Adaptation, then It Could Happen to You, then The Weather Man. All differentiating characters with all very distinct feels to them.

Doctor Doolittle 2 is an example of a GREAT sequel that has a lower rating than the original. Sure, I got rabies, I could bite somebody, but I can only do so much!
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Ok, Nick cage is really entertaining to watch, BUT...


Doctor doolittle 2 was so bad, it made Norbit look downright Transcendent.
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Though I probably couldn't describe it as a 'bad film' as such, the only film I've nearly walked out on in the cinema was 'Goonies'. Two friends and I agreed it was the most annoying film we'd ever seen. A couple of years later it was on TV and my parents managed to stick it out for about 15 minutes before switching channels.
That fat kid was interviewed on 'Wogan' and I remember him being just as irritating and, thank God, I've never seen him in anything else biggrin
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Plus, it had Nicolas Cage.
The only Nicholas Cage movie I've seen that I liked him in was matchstick men. My problem is that he usually tries to play an adventurer or tough guy when he's more suited to roles like Matchstick Men.

Wind Talkers absolutely the worst war movie ever made! plus having Nicholas Cage shooting a thompson from the hip and not missing anyone didn't help it.

Batman & Robin I couldn't even watch the whole thing it was so bad! a batman movie should never start with the line "when do I get a car? chicks dig cars"

Kitchen Stories I almost fell asleep during this. I guess I just don't get Norwegian humor
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I'm ammending my suggestion to 'Napoleon Dynamite'. I don't think I'd ever seen a movie that wasn't just dull and lacking in any entertainment value but also extremely irritating before (certainly not at the extremes that this movie did in any case).

It seemed to me like everyone involved (writers, actors, director) had no clue what they were actually trying to do with it and in their desperate struggle to make it all very ironic and alternative they forgot to include any humour whatsoever. It's not that I didn't "get it" before anyone suggests that it just that I didn't find any part of it amusing. I honestly wish I hadn't seen it just so that when people ask me "What do you think of Napoleon Dynamite" (admittedly the sort of people who begin a conversation like this are the sort I try my best to avoid so it doesn't happen that often) I don't have to spend great lengths of time explaining exactly "what my problem is" whilst they look at me as though I've just befouled their favourite childhood memories. To put this in perspective when I finished watching 'Commando' and 'Street Fighter' I immediately wanted to tell friends about them just because they were so naff and, for that reason, memorable. Napoleon Dynamite is the movie equivalent of mild cheddar....irritating mild cheddar.

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Probably Santa With Muscles. Stupid movie. Hulk Hogan as Santa with... wait for it... muscles... Save yourselves and your eyes, DON'T WATCH IT!

Rawree wrote:

I'm ammending my suggestion to 'Napoleon Dynamite'
On the other hand, I loved it!
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Digerati Media wrote:

Rawree wrote:

I'm ammending my suggestion to 'Napoleon Dynamite'
On the other hand, I loved it!
I couldn't agree more, maybe even enough to slide onto my top 10 all time favorite movies list. Really.
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If anyone says Napoleon Dynamite should walk out into the street, after ingesting 15 Big Macs, and get hit by a speeding car on the run from the cops, because he had just broke into, ans stole from, your house.
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If anyone thought any of that make sense, he should break him in cops, because that had being atrocious sentence-structure.
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Atom wrote:

If anyone thought any of that make sense, he should break him in cops, because that had being atrocious sentence-structure.
I think he was wishing ill on me. Luckily I'm safe from his convoluted wrath on the grounds that I'm both classy and a vegetarian meaning that there's no way I'd be in McDonalds purchasing said Big Macs and therefore couldn't leave to be run over by said loon.

Either way SilverDragon7 I still can't stand Napoleon Dynamite.
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I'm going to honest here. I would like Napolean Dynomite IF it was like one of those hilarious movies that only a few of my friends saw. Then why people say, "GOSH! FREAKIN IDIOT!" I would actually laugh instead of telling the person to get a life.
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I never saw Napoleon Dynamite becouse everyone who told me about it irritated the hell out of me. A friend of mine saw it and told me it was not really worth my time.
Posted: Wed, 9th May 2007, 12:59pm

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Everybody I know who saw it either says it's horrible or it's great. I am yet to watch it, so I don't know what to think.
Posted: Wed, 9th May 2007, 1:15pm

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Do waste you time watching it, I sorry to say that I've seen it. When I first saw it I liked it, but after hearing and the same lines over and over again by my friends I got sick of it. Yet another problem why I hate the movie I almost look like Napoleon when my hair is all grown out. I also ride the same kind of bike to, which freaks me out.
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SlothPaladin wrote:

I never saw Napoleon Dynamite becouse everyone who told me about it irritated the hell out of me. A friend of mine saw it and told me it was not really worth my time.
It's worth seeing on the grounds that you can't know how good (or bad) it really is. If you don't like it then you have the option of whining that you "wish you hadn't" like some people!