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Worst movie ever made?

cinserious's picture
March 30, 2014 at 3:38am
152 Comments

Don't know if anybody's made a 'worst movie' list here on 11-dubs yet but I'm sitting here watching 'Poultrygeist' (2006) , a sick, vile, putrid, disgusting excuse for a movie about a fast food restaurant built on an ancient Indian burial ground. This movie is produced by the same people who made 'Toxic Avenger', which is why it popped up on my list of Netflix movies to watch.

Anyway, there are movies that are a complete waste of a couple hours of your life but this is waaaaay worse! I normally find B-rated trash-ass movies entertaining, but this movie just makes me sick figuratively and literally.

Anybody else have any contributions to this list?

BassDropper's picture

The Dark Knight 

DIRECTIONER

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chicagobuckeye's picture

One Direction: This is Us

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Poison nuts's picture

You're listing The Dark Knight as one the worst movies ever? Really?

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

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Buckeyeneer's picture

Bass, is one of the best trolls on this site. Whether he liked it or not, I suspect he is just being provocative.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

THE Ohio State University

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Poison nuts's picture

I know how he does it, but I still wanted to hear from him if he's serious. It would be one thing to think it was an overrated movie, but a whole other thing to put that movie in the same horrible movie category as Gigli...

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

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Johnny-Shane_Utah-Falco's picture

I feel ya, Bass...I thought Dark Knight was overrated too

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InvertMyVeer's picture

Rubber. It's a movie about a tire that likes to kill things. It's on netflix and is easily the worst movie I've ever seen.

Football is complicated...

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route4buckeye's picture

You obviously don't get the meaning of the movie....

It's fantastic.

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InvertMyVeer's picture

There was no reason for that movie. I'm mad I watched it and that I will never get that time back lol

Football is complicated...

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route4buckeye's picture

It's about the redundancy of the film industry.

"The movie interprates the movie companies. The officer at the beginning is a high up man that gives the orders to other people. The pale man with the bike is his 'servant' and does anything. The people spectating are regular movie goers that easily get poisoned by the crap that the movie industry puts out. The old man in the wheel chair represents a critic that isn't fooled into taking the poison. At the end, the tire turns into a tricycle and that is the same idea being reproduced. The tricycle then gathers an army of tires an goes to Hollywood to mass produce that idea again and again "

"

This film is a statement.

I see this as a commentary on us, the movie consumer. We have gone to the ends of the earth seeking to consume entertainment, to the point we follow our insatiable quest for noise that we end up in a desert.

We are then presented the conflict that in fact we are the audience in the entertainment Colosseum forcing gladiators (actors) to continue fighting until we are satisfied at the proverbial death of the art form of storytelling.

It also is a critique of the role of the consumer viewer. Although we pay to "watch," our entitlement to engage the movie adulterates the art form itself. The eventuality of that is that the artist and consumer both poison each other. The tire is the only other character in the film, other than the spectators, that is also viewing. But, because the tire cannot offer its own manipulation or commentary, it is the only "viewer" to engage in actual reality--watching fitness, hula dancing, and speed car racing.

The movie leaves you unsatisfied, yes, but because we've tainted cinema to generate this."

Hope that makes sense, my friend! To each his own.

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route4buckeye's picture

"At the beginning he equates the supposed lack of reason in the death of JKF to why certain characters weren't shown going to the bathroom in films. That is quite something to slip in there, quite a comparison to make. There was a reason JFK was shot (many). There is a reason why they cut out the parts of the film where they go to the toilet (it's irrelevant). That is the point of the movie, it is very clear.

Certain people wouldn't want you to think that there is a reason behind things. BUT THERE IS ALWAYS A REASON BEHIND THINGS.

The intro was a lie. Notice how it was an authority figure telling you everything is happening for no reason. No need to be suspicious, just another violent movie coming through. This film encompasses many different meanings. One aspect of it could be seen as relevant to the film industry. I think this film means much more. It is a take on society & government, the way most people just buy into things. Everything is fine, everything happened for no reason. It's all a facade, the guy in charge knows that. All the other police officers & characters apart from the spectators think that what was happening was real, true. This whole cat and mouse game of the law is a facade as well. It is a disguise for a failed society made by a failed government. The guy in charge knows that's the case.

The tire and the tricycle just symbolize the next threat, the next problem, the next thing that just "comes out of nowhere" and just rolls around with nobody pushing it, a bad thing or bad guy a stereotype - driven by whom?

Who drives the invisible car that makes that wheel roll?

Who is riding the tricycle?

Fact is, I wouldn't watch a film that didn't have sufficient moral fiber or meaning.

I have seen randomness and "no reason" humour, videos, music.
It sounds rubbish.
There is no subtle depth in it, because THAT stuff is truly meaningless.

This film on the other hand, presents many topics in disguise.
It is sinister.

I mean, the heads exploding were cold and meaningless.
I reckon that is the point.
Dull and un-eventful deaths.

A crowd looking for action in these dry deserts when there is a real world out there, full of life and understanding.

All the conversation between the
characters is a exaggeration of the dry, drab nature of a large majority of peoples connections with their friends/family.

This film is a statement."

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saltybuck61's picture

That is absolutely fascinating. I had always enjoyed the movie because it was so ridiculous it made me laugh. However, I would like to watch the movie again after reading this. Wonderful insight.

InvertMyVeer's picture

Okay that actually makes a lot of sense. I'm still mad I watched it though lol. My friend who showed it to me said the same director did a movie called 'wrong' too. 

Football is complicated...

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route4buckeye's picture

Since you now know what it means, I suggest watching it again. it's more fun to watch now that you know.

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bleedscarlet's picture

After the explanation, I am convinced this is the winner....

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

route4buckeye's picture

Honestly man, it sounds really dumb. But it's a great movie

bleedscarlet's picture

Have always been impressed with your commenting... I will take your word for it and check it out.

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

I_Run_The_Dave's picture

Not that these movies are bad necessarily, but any movie named "X Rises" or "Rise of X", where X is the name of a prequel/sequel within the same franchise.  There seem to be movies that follow this pattern everywhere lately.  

Li Xiao Buckeye's picture

"Lost Highway" by David Lynch... Starring the likes of Bill Pullman, Richard Pryor, Jack Nance, Patricia Arquette and yes, even Marilyn Manson as a porn star.  Wast of two hours of my life and $6.  

I'm not in this world to live up to your expectations and you're not in this world to live up to mine. - Bruce Lee

JohnnyKozmo's picture

Night of the Lepus i think it's called.  It's about a herd of huge rabbits that stampede around and eat everyone.  The action scenes where essentially bunnies running through a model train set.  

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bleedscarlet's picture

so bad you got the title backwards..... lol

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

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route4buckeye's picture

Batman and Robin...

 

Yuck.

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FitzBuck's picture

Worst batman ever!  Claim to fame - they put nipples on the batsuit.  

How can a movie that has Clooney, Thurman, Arnold, etc suck that bad?

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

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Dayton Buckeye's picture

Dude where is my car. My daughters made me sit through that movie a long time ago. Painful

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FitzBuck's picture

Dude?

Sweet?

But what's mine say? D-U-D-E

what about mine?  S-W-E-E-T

i know its Sweet but what does it say?

It's the "who's on first" of generation X.

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

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osupolo's picture

And then........

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thePhilipJFry's picture

absolutely loved that movie. 

buckeyedude's picture

Any chick flick. Too many to list.

 

 

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brandonbauer87's picture

In most cases, you guys have yourselves to blame. What were you honestly expecting from some of these movies, even based on the names?

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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

Maybe not the worst movie ever made, but by far the worst I've watched in a theater..,

Ator: the Fighting Eagle

I'm still angry about the hour and half of my life it stole.

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mobboss1984's picture

hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha..... You did not watch this movie. No way sir !!!!!

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha..... You did not watch this movie. No way sir !!!!!

I did indeed. You have to keep in mind it was the early 80's and I was an eleven year old kid obsessed with the genre. The previous year had delivered Excalibur, Dragonslayer & Clash of the Titans. I had just seen Conan & The Dark Crystal...you'd better believe I hit the theater as soon as another film that looked kinda sorta like Conan came out.

I was a kid who soaked up anything and everything sword & sorcery related...Ator was the first one that actually pissed me off.

I also saw Krull (mentioned below), Beastmaster and The Sword & The Sorcerer in the theater.

You know you wanted a three bladed rocket sword!

cinserious's picture

Beastmaster was one of my faves growing up, but last month I tried to watch it on Youtube for the first time in 25 years and couldn't even stomach the first hour. Even worse, I tried to make my daughter watch it with me and now she has ZERO faith in my childhood movies! Now its going to be virtually impossible for me to convince her to watch 'The Neverending Story'.

Gone ham, be back soon...

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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

I got burned out on Beastmaster a couple of years later. I was home sick for a week and I swear HBO had it on every other movie. I must have watched it 20+ times during that week. Somehow my brain decided to associate the movie with being sick so whenever I started to watch it after that I would actually get nauseous. lol

mobboss1984's picture

upvote for you

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
Bruce Lee
 

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cinserious's picture

Puh, puh-puh, puh, puh-puh POWUH!!!

Gone ham, be back soon...

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Jugdish's picture

OH MY GOSH!! I can't believe even that small snippet. That is the funniest scene ever. Poor actors but one great line.

Remember to get your wolverine spade or neutered. TBDBITL

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Poison nuts's picture

Haha!!! I'm not convinced that's a real movie, & I really have a hard time believing any watched it in a theater! But the "I'll talk to our father" line was hysterical.

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

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cinserious's picture

Ladies and Gents, prepare to be freaked the F out at the 00:44 mark!

Gone ham, be back soon...

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Seattle Linga's picture

Thanks for pointing that out Cin - Sleepless nights are coming - thanks a lot.

Question - How is talking to "Father" going to change anything?????

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saltybuck61's picture

Holy junk that's funny.

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lamplighter's picture

The classic all time worst movie - Plan 9 From Outer Space - an Ed Wood production (for some reason though, I have it on DVD)

Most recent bad - Iron Sky. Really don't bother even looking it up

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Buckeye5000's picture

You are right about Plan 9 From Outer Space. But you probably knew that going in like I did....I loved it and laughed my A** off.

The worst one I saw at the theater was the first "Star Trek" movie. The worst one I ever rented was "Blood Sucking Freaks"....but in hindsight...that shouldn't have been a surprise.

Go Bucks!

OSU_ALUM_05's picture

One Hour Photo
Anaconda
5th Element

Buckeyebrowny919's picture

5th element as the worst movie ever? Ill shout bullocks on that one.

To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine

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OSU_ALUM_05's picture

whatever you say

 

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Bucksfan's picture

The 5th Element is awesome.  Sorry, bro.

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Smanpoint10's picture

Krull. I was at my cousins and we saw it had Liam Neeson so we decided to watch it. We got about 15 minutes in before we turned it off

route4buckeye's picture

Twenty One Pilots is a great band, man.

I've been listening to them since they were teeny tiny and were playing at small venues in Southwest Ohio. I've probably seen them upwards to 14-15 times.

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Smanpoint10's picture

I love them. I've seen their last 2 shows at the LC and I'm in the Car Radio music video. That concert was really the first time I listened to them and I fell in love. Those are the only ones I've been to, but definitely want to go to more

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el duderino's picture

Sort of the same story for me, except I discovered them at a free show where they were opener 3 years ago; my girlfriend (now wife) and I fell in love with them instantly. We haven't missed an opportunity to see them locally since then. They are literally the best live band I have ever seen, period! I was also at the show where they filmed the Car Radio music video-- where were you in the pit?

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TheBadOwl's picture

Birdemic: Shock and Terror

Troll 2

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

Thankskilling (which is actually pretty great)

When I walked in this morning and saw the flag was at half mast I thought, "Alright, another bureaucrat ate it." but then I saw it was Li'l Sebastian. Half mast is too high. Show some damn respect.

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Hovenaut's picture

Troll 2 immediately came to mind.

"They're eating her...and then they're going to eat me!"

OH MY GAWDDDD!

"You can't piss on hospitality."

Hilariously bad.

Although I've yet to see it, I hear "Sharknado" is a hoot.

"Success...it's what you do with what you got" - Woody Hayes

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FitzBuck's picture

We have a winner "Troll 2" was my first thought when I clicked on the thread.  

I think it was Jennifer Anistons first movie.  

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

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TheBadOwl's picture

As bas as Troll 2 is, Birdemic: Shock and Terror makes it seem Oscar-worthy.

When I walked in this morning and saw the flag was at half mast I thought, "Alright, another bureaucrat ate it." but then I saw it was Li'l Sebastian. Half mast is too high. Show some damn respect.

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route4buckeye's picture

Hobo With A Shotgun is fantastic, but also really bad. Lol

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ITWASME's picture

My best friend loves that movie and has been trying to get me to watch it for about a year and a half

InvertMyVeer's picture

Those mystery science theater movies were awful but that show was fantastic. So happy they put some of them on netflix recently.

Football is complicated...

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HouseHarleyBuilt's picture

Anything starring Dane Cook.

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coloradobuckeye's picture

The Grey

Let your hobbies and interests supplement your life, not be the main course.

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villagebuckeye's picture

Kazam... starring Shaq

 

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mobboss1984's picture

How could you not like a movie that was so bad. It was so bad it was funny. I laughed all the way through that movie.

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
Bruce Lee
 

mobboss1984's picture

Pearl Harbor - I love movies about history but Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett destroyed that movie. 

Batman and Robin - As heard before, George Clooney

Best Man Holiday

Titanic - only the first half of the movie

One hour photo - Terrible

Daredevil

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
Bruce Lee
 

cinserious's picture

But, but Ben Afflek is a Golden Douche award winer!

Gone ham, be back soon...

FLAMikey's picture

There are two obvious categories here: a) cheap, cornball movies of which there are so many that are terrifically horrible that it is hard to pick just one, and b) big budget flops that some studio thought would be a worthwhile investment. In the b) category, my vote goes to Eyes Wide Shut. Stanley Kubrick died soon after this was filmed, and I can only assume that he was suffering from dementia during production. If they'd just filmed Nicole Kidman sitting naked on a couch for 3 hours it would have been better,

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Whoa Nellie's picture

My Dinner With Andre

Ted

“Don’t fear criticism. The stands are full of critics. They play no ball. They fight no fights. They make no mistakes because they attempt nothing. Down on the field are the doers, they make mistakes because they attempt many things.”

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Jack Fu's picture

"Oh hi doggy!"

Seriously though, that movie has brought me so much joy, I can't in good conscience call it the worst ever. Some of those old MST3K movies, divorced from the hilarious commentary, are abominable. 'Manos: the Hands of Fate,' while a hilarious episode, is an absolutely gawd-awful movie. That would get my vote for worst ever.

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Unky Buck's picture

I was going to say that or Mitchell. Those movies without the MST3K commentary would've made them absolutely unbearable. But with them, they are absolutely brilliant!

 

 

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Jack Fu's picture

Agree on both counts, Unk.

BTW, I may or may not have dressed as The Master one Halloween. And I may or may not have worn the costume to a screening of 'Manos.'

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rbesr's picture

Whiffs. Elliot Gould plays a dude that can't get it up unless he smells farts. God, it was bad. It was out in the mid 70's.

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Alpo's picture

The happening

Bad Grandpa

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ScarletNGrey01's picture

 

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Colerain 2004 G.O.A.T.'s picture

Im not sure but sharks coming out a tornado looks like it has the makings of a blockbuster.

I speak the truth but I guess that's a foreign language to yall.~~Lil Wayne

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mobboss1984's picture

Sharknado is the best movie ever

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
Bruce Lee
 

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thekornidentity's picture

I kid you not, the sequel is called "Sharknado 2: The Second One." I'm expecting big things.

“Nothing that comes easy in this world is worth a damn.” -Woody Hayes

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mobboss1984's picture

Can't wait for it to come out.

Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.
Bruce Lee
 

Poison nuts's picture

Shakes the Clown is an American Classic!

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

allinosu's picture

Just about any old Japanese movie except Godzilla which was bad but I love that old monster.

Colerain 2004 G.O.A.T.'s picture

You racist son of a bitch.

I speak the truth but I guess that's a foreign language to yall.~~Lil Wayne

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Buckeyeneer's picture

Any of those parody movies that always seems to have the talentless Waynes brothers in it that take popular movies and regurgitate the plot with more boobs and fart jokes. It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't reach for the lowest hanging fruit . . . every. single. time.

The ________ Movie series i.e. Scary Movie, Epic Movie, Date Movie, etc.

The first ones were humorous because they were ripping on the norms seen in these various genre of movies, then they turned in a parody of themselves.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

THE Ohio State University

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Buckeyeneer's picture

The dumbest movie that I really wanted to like was Idiocracy. The premise is maybe the most scary plots out there because you can see it happening, and while there were funny parts, I thought it just wasn't very good.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

THE Ohio State University

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thePhilipJFry's picture

Watch Extract

Jason Bateman

Mila Kunis

Kristen Wiig

Written by Mike Judge.  I went into it with huge expectations and was not entertained.  Idiocracy on the other hand I thought was funny.

Buckeye Chuck's picture

Mandingo. Stupid, racist, offensive on every level.

A more recent terrible film that a lot of people actually like is Napoleon Dynamite. Telling me "Yeah, but they're supposed to be morons" didn't make watching it any less of a moronic experience.

The most "loud mouth, disrespect" poster on 11W.

el duderino's picture

I would bet you only watched it once. It's gets better by huge amounts upon repeated viewings, trust me. Also, it should probably be watched with people that like it already.

"This is a very complicated case: a lot of ins, lot of outs, lot of what-have-yous."

OSUStu's picture

Major League: Back to the Minors.

Just an abomination with the Major League name attached. The only time I've ever walked out of the theater halfway through a movie.

If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.  ~ Bruce Lee

Putter's picture

Major League 2 and/or  Caddyshack 2. 

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Kid Gloves's picture

Most deuces are duds

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Brutus's picture

I can't think of enough good deuces to dispute this point, but Superman 2 might be the greatest exception to this rule. Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, on the other hand, proves your thesis in spades.

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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

Was Caddyshack 2 the one with the weird ET ripoff & the Italian/NY kid boxing in a tu-tu? Yeah that was bad, really bad.

Empire Strikes Back is the ultimate exception to the sequel rule but Supes 2 was indeed good.

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PittBuckeye's picture

Oh come on people, the Godfather part 2?

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Brutus's picture

I took it to mean that we are only considering sequels with "2" in the title.  Otherwise Empire Strikes Back would top the list of all sequels ever.  And well done to PittBuckeye.  Godfather 2 is indeed another exception.

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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

@Brutush - I actually thought of that after I posted.

Trying to think of some other "2" exceptions....Toy Story 2, Back to the Future Part 2, Terminator 2, Evil Dead 2, Hellboy II, Lethal Weapon 2, Spider-Man 2...gah how could I forget Star Trek II (The Wrath of Khan).

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Jack Fu's picture

Was Caddyshack 2 the one with the weird ET ripoff & the Italian/NY kid boxing in a tu-tu? Yeah that was bad, really bad.

That was Meatballs 2. Or 3, I don't remember. It's the one with the guy from 'Soap.'

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Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

You're right, not sure how I get those two confused. I'm not sure if I ever watched Caddyshack 2 all the way through. The only thing I remember is Randy Quaid giving Robert Stack a wedgie.

edr4225's picture

battlefield earth

lets go bucks!!

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Urbanabuck's picture

Good book ruined! 

Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

The book was terrible too.

route4buckeye's picture

Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, Shawshank Redemption, No Country For Old Men.

 

Such shitty movies.

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dcbucks's picture

So I’m guessing nobody on here gets Lifetime?

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bleedscarlet's picture

Especially at Christmas time......

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

JakeBuckeye's picture

Lady in the Water by M. Night Shyamalan. Horrible movie.

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el duderino's picture

I went to this movie because to that point, M. Night Shyamlan could do no wrong in my book (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, and Signs are some of my favorite movies of all time). I cannot underscore how incredibly disappointed I was. Not only was it bad just in general, but that was compounded by how utterly it failed to live up to my (admittedly high) expectations. Possibly my worst movie theater experience ever.

"This is a very complicated case: a lot of ins, lot of outs, lot of what-have-yous."

JakeBuckeye's picture

Me and you both. I was a huge M. Night Shyamalan fan. I even loved The Village, which many people talk down as also a pretty bad movie. Lady in the Water was just such a wreck and so disappointing.

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Sebastian's picture

Michigan wolverines 2011 football year in review

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ghalephoto's picture

Caddy Shack 2...worst movie, worst sequel

and worst actor...Jackie Mason.

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RedStorm45's picture

Snakes on a Plane.  It's so bad, it's good.

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PittBuckeye's picture

One of the greatest movie quotes ever can't be in a bad movie. So it gets upgraded to mediocre to me.

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Jeremy Birmingham's picture

Spring Breakers is the worst movie I've seen in decades.

Seattle Linga's picture

This was voted the worst movie ever made. 

 

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cinserious's picture

Tucker and Dale VS Evil is a great movie masquerading around as a bad movie.

Gone ham, be back soon...

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KBonay's picture

Anything with Yahoo Serious

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Buckeye Knight's picture

LOL, I forgot about that guy. Good call.

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Go1Bucks's picture

A truly F movie classic. Microwave Massacre.  Cannot fathom how bad til watched.

Go Bucks!

CGroverL's picture

Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan.....City of Angels....Chickflick where an angel falls in love with a mortal only for the angel to give up his wings (Cage) to have a normal life with a woman (Ryan). Cage gives up his wings, they spend a few hours together only for Meg Ryan to get run over by a truck the following morning. Truly awful although Meg Ryan's premature death makes Cage jump off of a building to his death.....At least the movie ended, thank God!!!

"I hope they're last in everything"

Thanks, Urb!

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Go1Bucks's picture

Interesting revision of order of building jump scene...

Go Bucks!

Citrus's picture

I love bad movies. So I tend to watch a bunch of them.

Bad Biology- a movie about a woman with 32 clitorises that gives birth to a baby every time she as sex - minutes later- and a man that has injected various chemicals into his thing that it has a mind and life of its own.

Vicious Kiss - this movie... So many funny things. Check out this scene. Notice how day quickly becomes night.

 

 

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Run_Fido_Run's picture

I want to say Showgirls but . . . gina gershon.

Battleship was very very bad.

Given their hype, budgets, etc., the last three Star Wars movies were as about as terrible on a "pound for pound" basis as movies can be.

Also, I'm biased, but anything by Michael Moore = pure inanity.

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el duderino's picture

On your last three points, Agree, Agree, and Strongly Agree.

"This is a very complicated case: a lot of ins, lot of outs, lot of what-have-yous."

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bleedscarlet's picture

Idiocracy.... Kiss Kiss Bang Bang..... it's a tossup. Of course they may be 2a and 2b compared to Best Defense. District 9 comes to mind also.... damn this is a tough one to make a call on...lol

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

bedheadjc's picture

KKBB was AWESOME. Downey Jr. and Kilmer were hilarious together. I still have hopes they'll be paired together again. You have to enjoy Shane Black movies/dialog to like it though.

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bleedscarlet's picture

Black's so hit and miss, it's hard to know what to make of him.... follows up great movies like The Last Boy Scout with Last Action Hero, then does it again with Long Kiss Goodnight only to flop again with KKBB. Personally I liked Iron Man 3 but even it received a lot of mixed reviews. I can appreciate the difference of opinion though, that's the beauty of art...

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken

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PittBuckeye's picture

Wicker Man. That terrible Nick Cage movie from 7 or 8 years ago. Yuck.

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Buckeye Knight's picture

Worst ever would be tough to call. Worst I've ever seen that got hyped... Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Bram Stokers Dracula. I'd also add about 25% of the crap that Hollywood nominates for their own awards.

Seattle Linga's picture

Oops....... forgot about this thriller - saw this putrid crap back in the day.

 

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Go1Bucks's picture

forgot that load of... flush!

Go Bucks!

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Brutus's picture

Fantastic thread.  I'm surprised by all the non-sarcastic hate for Idiocracy given that scene with President Camacho flipping the bird is one of the most widely used gifs on this site.  I haven't seen it but I assumed it was a cult classic because of all the love it gets here.

 

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Buckeyeneer's picture

It has funny parts and the premise was genius but it just wasn't put together very well. Plus I went in with high expectations.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

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cinserious's picture

I like Idiocracy, maybe its just a movie ahead of its time. Give it another 15 years and this flick will be better suited with the title 'The Prophecy'.

Gone ham, be back soon...

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OSUAndy07's picture

Can’t believe “Manos: the Hands of Fate” hasn’t been mentioned. 

Dreadful. Only the MST3K treatment made it watchable

"But I'm tryin' Ringo. I'm tryin', real hard, to be the shepherd"

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bedheadjc's picture

As a Tolkienologist all of Jackson's movies cause me pain (the LOTR Extended series less so) but I have to single out The Hobbit, especially this second one, as just being HORRID.

What they have done to the books to appease their target audience's "sensibilities" is unforgivable. I don't know how many times key plot points and or exposition was removed from the original only to add in ridiculous popcorn pleaser crap.

At least Jackson will never get his hands on The Silmarillion.

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Buckeyeneer's picture

Death Bed. If you haven't heard the bit, get on YouTube and look up Patton Oswalt's take on this horror masterpiece.

"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes

THE Ohio State University

hit_the_couch's picture

Evil Toons: first they undress you then they possess you. 

It was about a house with some co-eds in it and it was haunted by cartoon cretins.

I believe the lead actress also starred in the 1988 adult cult classic 'Girls Who Dig Girls 8."

And then I told her...i'm no weatherman, but tonight's forecast is calling for several inches!

cinserious's picture

P-p-p-please, d-d-d-don't hurt me!

Gone ham, be back soon...

Scarlet_Lutefisk's picture

Coming back to this thread I have to say that some people are confusing movies they didn't like for actual bad films.

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Diseased Leg's picture

The Bling Ring minus this gem

"Meow"

 

Mizzillion's picture

Zombeavers. Yeah. (NSFW)

 

lamplighter's picture

I have to admit - that looks pretty horrible - but what about the score?

dc28's picture

Napoleon Dynamite I thought was really bad. I know a lot of people liked it but I just didn't get the meaning of the movie.

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hit_the_couch's picture

What is meant by the forum is a bad movie, not a movie you don't like.

Bad movie entails low budget, B movie, horrible acting, horrible storyline, special effects etc.

I don't like Beyonce, but that doesn't make her a bad singer; I don't like my cousin because he's tone def and a bad guitar player.

And then I told her...i'm no weatherman, but tonight's forecast is calling for several inches!

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willshire58's picture

Catwoman. I was initially surprised I didn't see it mentioned already, but then realized it might be an unpopular opinion around here because-Halle Berry.

toad1204's picture

Master of Disguise - Dana Carvey's fall on his face/ career.

Nothing like dancing on the field in 02...