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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Calico Jack, Mar 10, 2013.
I actually like 3. 2 is the worst of the series IMO.
Also, The Room has a cult following it's so bad.
Thin Red Line
Wag the dog
Kung Pow...only movie I have stopped and not finished...41 minutes of my life I will NOT get back!
It sucked MIGHTILY!
Oh MAN! I save that movie for "What would you want to watch during dinner?" "Oh, anything"
For some reason I never hear "I don't care" or "anything's fine" twice from the same person
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil......A bunch of us went to see it in college, it got to the point I was trying to go to sleep during the show. It turned out none of us wanted to stay for the whole thing but we all just sat through it thinking the rest wanted to stay.
The last exorcism of Emily Rose Part 2. I nearly fell asleep.
I read the bad reviews, and didn't think it could be that bad. It was.
The worst movie ever would be The Baby 1973. It's on youtube if anyone is interested in seeing an awesomely bad movie.
Trust me. I'M not the hunter from the future.
Hey - it was a different time - when movies were about pushing the nudity-bounds in legitimate theaters. IIRC, you get to see Angie's Dickenson in that one.
TRL - I thought it was critically acclaimed. It was an hour too long. Honestly, I wanted to see more than a few of those guys blown to smithereens. Just slow slow slow without making me care about the characters.
Last - part II. ?????
Part III - The Last Exorcism - We Really Mean It This Time!
the life aquatic with steve zissou.
i swear to god i'll never trust another movie with bill murray in it ever again.
I don't watch bad movies.
I usually read reviews before going to see a movie, so I avoid most of the stinkers. The rare times when I go and it sucks I can tell pretty quick so I leave and get a refund.
I hated District 9
I'm into B horror movies and worse. Seen lots of independent stuff, some shot on camcorders. Some REALLY bad. If I had to vote one, I would pick a movie called Peeping Tom. The reason being, it had made several "Top Ten Horror Movies of All Times" lists, some it made number one. Because of this, I HAD to watch it. It was SO bad, I had to watch it in three separate sitting, because I could only get through 25 minutes or so at a time. My wife bailed at the first sitting, and laughed as I struggled to get through it.
LOL, I liked that movie... but then again, see above.
Seen it quite some time ago. I seem to remember it was pretty bad, but had lots of "visuals" to get me through it.
So that waste of film does serve a purpose on this earth.
I was gonna say that... and I'll add
Didn't see this one mentioned:
I grew up liking monster movies. So I gave that new Godzilla movie a shot a while back... Ugh...
The original King Kong vs Godzilla - the baseball sequence...
But overall it wasn't bad.
Threads like this - best or worst - always just turn into opinion threads. A lot of the movies mentioned here might not be to someone's tastes, but that doesn't make them bad.
Case in point: someone mentioned Napoleon Dynamite. I don't like this movie, I don't get the hype for it, thought it was just about the most boring couple of hours I've ever spent. But it's not a BAD movie. Technically, it's shot well, the script holds true to itself, and the acting/deliveries are balanced throughout. I'll never watch it again, but that's just my opinion.
Another example: Personally, I can't stand anything by Tarantino. None. I can't stand his directorial "vision", his style doesn't mesh with me. It's jarring, distracting, and annoying. But I know why Tarantino is a groundbreaker and held up as one of the best modern filmmakers in the world. His style doesn't work for me, but it has revolutionized a fairly stagnant industry. (and yes, I've seen them all. I've often described Tarantino as Lucy to my Charlie Brown - the trailers, they set up the football and I decide "This one will be better!" and I end up on my back every time).
The Room, on the other hand, is just a flat-out bad movie. The script makes no sense. The shooting was lousy. From what I heard, the director didn't know whether film or digital would be better, so he strapped two cameras side-by-side. He had a character that the actor quit, and rather than recasting, he brought in another actor, gave him a different character name, and had him just read the lines from the first character. There is, simply, NOTHING good to be said about that movie.
28 Days Later, the only movie I ever walked out on.
ANYTHING by Spike Lee