Worst movie(s) you have ever seen?

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Rudy. FUCK that piece of shit.

the village - nothing happens until the end. typical m night movies after the sixth sense
howling 3 -so bad it gave me diarrhea
dragon ball live action movie - its like it wasent made for the original fans, more for the tweens.
wrong turn 4 - bad everything

the biggest loser is howling 3.

Shock Treatment.
It's the squeal to The Rocky Horror Picture Show (which I like)and, well I'm still not sure what happened.
They're in a game show... I think.....

Vault101:

Mikeyfell:

So general consensus is not to be swayed from?

no...I just question your judgement if you genuinly think something like the room or whatever is better than inception

I'll watch the room and tell you what I think,

And I know I can't expect people to hate Inception, Maybe painful lower middle brow pandering is just what people want. Maybe a movie with no respect for it's self or it's audience is refreshing.

It makes me think "Why doesn't anyone else notice it?"
I guess the silver lining is that I know that Jonathan Nolan is really the brains of the Nolan family

Pallindromemordnillap:
Limiting myself to ones I've actually personally seen, rather than just heard about or seen reviews of, I might have to go with Inglorius Basterds. A confused and poorly written mess that doesn't know what its trying to do or say.
I saw half of Napoleon Dynamite before getting bored and ignoring the rest so that probably counts as well, though the active dislike towards Basterds trumps it

Really? I think the message of Inglourious Basterds was pretty clear. The theater scene isn't really remembered for it's subtlety.

Mikeyfell:

It makes me think "Why doesn't anyone else notice it?"

because subjectivity...weather you like it or not

Pallindromemordnillap:
Limiting myself to ones I've actually personally seen, rather than just heard about or seen reviews of, I might have to go with Inglorius Basterds. A confused and poorly written mess that doesn't know what its trying to do or say.

eh....personally its my favorite tarantino film..pacing, writing, action everything is just dead on

CrimsonBlaze:
D.E.B.S

I love D.E.B.S. The whole sequence of Lucy Diamond breaking into the DEBS house is hilarious. Plaid forcefields, suction cup climbing, a house scanner that identifies "Amy" or "Not Amy", all topped off with the cartoonish tip-toe walk.

The genre savvy "Creepy shadows, no bad guys, enclosed space. Trap."

Love it as a spoof.

Worst movie ever is Hanging Up.

gmaverick019:

i mean this scene...just...REALLY?!?!

just...so bad. and that has absolutely zero representation of what the plot is about.

there are so so so many things bad about it...

HA, yes! Or the ever epic. "YOU DON'T PISS ON HOSPITALITY!"

My favorite though, would have to be this gem:

It just makes no sense... Why are Goblins in a movie called TROLL 2??

Meet The Spartans and Disaster movie are the only two films I can recall where I stopped watching within ten minutes. They weren't even "bad funny", it was basically "Hey look, a reference to another thing, aren't we clever even though this is about the 6th film that has done it?"

The second Transformers movie was appalling except for one scene, and the third film was just entirely crap.

I hated Stuart Little as a child, and I doubt my opinion will have changed much.

The Expendables 2. Oh God, it was so, so bad. I could accept the first for being a nice throwback to the old action movie days, but this one was basically them doing it again, but with even less charm and an even worse plot.

[Kira Must Die]:
Now, if they were to make a live-action film of something I love, like Death Note (which I'm fully aware they're making)

Making? They have existed for years.

They are in some ways actually better, but in other ways, much, much worse.

Lynx:
Twilight. Saw the first two out of sheer curiosity. My God, it was so awkward I couldn't even laugh.

And anything with Blake Lively. That woman just ruins movies for me.

What movie was it that I was really excited about seeing that she was in and it turned out to be crap???

OH! RIGHT..... She was Carol Farris in Green Lantern

scorptatious:

Terminate421:
FUCK THIS MOVIE:

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It's so bad it damaged my retinas, not to how bad it was, but the 3D glasses have made one eye actually tinted red while the other was tinted blue!

Funny thing, the kid who played as Shark Boy ended up becoming Jacob from Twilight from what I've heard.

What on earth possessed you to see that?

Guitarmasterx7:
Napoleon Dynamite. I went and saw it with a few friends off of someone's recommendation. None of us cracked a smile even once, over half the theater had walked out on it by the end of the film, and after it was done we pretty much all concluded we should have done the same thing.

The following Monday when we went to school, everyone had seen it and thought it was just hilarious apparently because for about a month everyone was throwing around such gut busting quotes as "gosh" and "do the chickens have large talons"

and people wonder why I didn't want to make friends in high school.

Tangentially related, this looks amazing

napoleon kicked ass, the subtle humor obviously went over your head, maybe you should go back to watching seth rogen films

Either The Expendables or The Octagon... I think I might hate the last one more.
Wait! No! The first Mad Max! Yes! That!

Ultraviolet might be the only movie that I absolutely couldn't bring myself to finish, it was so bad.

While not as bad as Ultraviolet, I have an enduring hatred for Van Helsing. Possibly due to my extremely high hopes that were absolutely dashed upon its conclusion.

Kinda surprised to see Inception and Inglorious Basterds in this thread, I consider them to be two of my all-time favorites. Oh well, arguing it is pointless.

MorganL4:

scorptatious:

Terminate421:
FUCK THIS MOVIE:

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It's so bad it damaged my retinas, not to how bad it was, but the 3D glasses have made one eye actually tinted red while the other was tinted blue!

Funny thing, the kid who played as Shark Boy ended up becoming Jacob from Twilight from what I've heard.

What on earth possessed you to see that?

Which one? Twilight or SBALG? I haven't seen the former, but I have seen the latter.

To answer your question, I was a little kid. And even then, when I saw this movie, I didn't like it very much.

Twyce:

gmaverick019:

i mean this scene...just...REALLY?!?!

just...so bad. and that has absolutely zero representation of what the plot is about.

there are so so so many things bad about it...

HA, yes! Or the ever epic. "YOU DON'T PISS ON HOSPITALITY!"

My favorite though, would have to be this gem:

It just makes no sense... Why are Goblins in a movie called TROLL 2??

hahaha oh yeah, i thought FOR SURE he was going to give him a beating with his belt, only to be a complete "wtf..." when he just tightens it by a loop lol

definitely. Another one me and my friends quote alot is the "I don't quite know the layout of this house yet!" when grandpa ghost magically picks the wrong room to talk to joshua...

just..that script is so fucking bad.

Legion:

[Kira Must Die]:
Now, if they were to make a live-action film of something I love, like Death Note (which I'm fully aware they're making)

Making? They have existed for years.

They are in some ways actually better, but in other ways, much, much worse.

I was talking mainly about the American adaptation, although I did not like those films either (Well, the third one was alright-ish)

Oh, that reminds me of another film I should've mentioned.

Uzumaki.

I loved the manga. It's one of the best horror manga out there, but the film... it was just... it was one of the funniest things I've ever seen. terrible acting, pointless CG, absolutely no subtlety whatsoever, and all the parts that were scary or creepy in the manga being downright hilarious in the film. It's by far one of the worst live-action adaptation of an anime/manga I've seen.

And speaking of live action adaptations of anime, the live-action Blood: The Last Vampire was really bad, with some of the worst CG blood I have ever seen in a theatrical film, and the monsters looking almost like stop motion effects they were so badly rendered and animated.

Darren716:

Grottnikk:
I'd have to say "Yor: The Hunter From the Future". I think I was 10 at the time. I still remember the utter crappiness of it all :).

By the way, has anyone mentioned Uwe Bowle? I haven't seen anything by him but I hear his movies are total crap.

Yor can't be the worse movie ever it has this scene in it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrYxLSSSRd0

That scene is cool, until you realize his hang glider is actually a recently deceased giant bat, then it's just kinda derpy :)

[Kira Must Die]:

Legion:

[Kira Must Die]:
Now, if they were to make a live-action film of something I love, like Death Note (which I'm fully aware they're making)

Making? They have existed for years.

They are in some ways actually better, but in other ways, much, much worse.

I was talking mainly about the American adaptation, although I did not like those films either (Well, the third one was alright-ish)

The Americans are making one?! Hollywood is bad enough at adapting western books to films, Death Note doesn't stand a chance.

I haven't seen the third Japanese one, but I can't say I have particularly high hopes for it.

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For the love of god, DON"T SEE THIS MOVIE!!!!!

Legion:

[Kira Must Die]:

Legion:

Making? They have existed for years.

They are in some ways actually better, but in other ways, much, much worse.

I was talking mainly about the American adaptation, although I did not like those films either (Well, the third one was alright-ish)

The Americans are making one?! Hollywood is bad enough at adapting western books to films, Death Note doesn't stand a chance.

I haven't seen the third Japanese one, but I can't say I have particularly high hopes for it.

Well, it's gonna be directed by the guy who directed Iron Man 3, and he rejected Warner Bros. previous shitty script (I remember there being an old thread about that old script somewhere here), so that at least gives me a bit more hope for it. I mean, a Death Note movie, even being an American adaptation, can't be that hard to fuck up, right? Right?!

Oh, god, please don't fuck this up...

There are a lot I've probably seen worse than this choice which I just don't remember anymore, but the film Inseminoid was the first to come to mind. Basically an Alien knockoff from the 1980s where a woman on this undiscovered planetoid gets inseminated (implied rape here) by what I remember bring a giant preying mantis. Long story short, the alien seed in here makes her go on a killing rampage, and eventually she lays some ostrich sized eggs that hatch into aliens, who I remember kill even more. And no it's not a porno.

As bad as it sounds, I remember enjoying it somewhat, otherwise I probably would have forgotten all about it.

Grottnikk:

Darren716:

Grottnikk:
I'd have to say "Yor: The Hunter From the Future". I think I was 10 at the time. I still remember the utter crappiness of it all :).

By the way, has anyone mentioned Uwe Bowle? I haven't seen anything by him but I hear his movies are total crap.

Yor can't be the worse movie ever it has this scene in it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrYxLSSSRd0

That scene is cool, until you realize his hang glider is actually a recently deceased giant bat, then it's just kinda derpy :)

Personally I feel the fact that he is hang gliding with the corpse of the bat that he killed adds to the awesomeness of the scene

Frokane:

napoleon kicked ass, the subtle humor obviously went over your head, maybe you should go back to watching seth rogen films

Oh yes, I forgot how brilliantly layered it was. On the surface it seems like bad dry humor that relied on characters saying and doing awkward things, but then it transcends that on a whole other level by making the characters themselves exaggeratedly awkward! Truly, common high schoolers (whom stand as a testament to human intellect, might I add) can understand such deep underlying themes as "laugh because he's a nerd."

Unless you think that by diluting itself with bad slapstick the film actually found a way to do anti-humor wrong and created the revolutionary "anti-anti-humor" but personally I think that's giving it a bit too much credit.

Also since we're apparently pulling assumptions about each other's tastes in cinema out of our asses, go back to watching your Ryan Gosling movies.

I can't remember the name. It was a really bad spy-movie starring Taylor Lautner. It was just so formulaic, unoriginal and unbelievably badly written that i was just baffled.

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