Worst films of all time!
Worst films of all time!
I loved No Country. That was a proper good film. Good acting. Interesting plot.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was the most dragged out boring piece of crap ever.
They changed it from the book so much.
I'M GONNA FIGHT 'EM ALL
A SEVEN NATION ARMY COULDN'T HOLD ME BACK.......
Okay, so the worst films of all time. I once stumbled across this b-movie flick called
"Surf Nazis Must Die"
It was so freaking pathetic. We couldn't stop laughing through the whole thing.
Here, I found the trailer for it, lol-
"There is a crack in everythingThat's how the light gets in."- Leonard Cohen
So bad that it's good.
So many bad movies, but I'm not a moviegoer so I'm sure I've missed out on some of the worst ones.
My pick would be Disney's worst movie ever produced:
It was cheesy as hell and I'm sure it wasn't because it was made in the 80's. The entire movie repulsed me and frivolous to say it was "stupid" in every way.
The worst movie I saw in theatres was Avatar The last Airbender...I could of spent those 90 minutes starring at a wall and it would of been more pleasurable
I can see how people could not like No Country for Old Men due to its extremely deliberate pacing and the way it presents itself as "Hey, here's some [BEEP] that happened. The end.", but I found the movie to be quite enjoyable myself. It isn't a movie for everyone, although calling it one of the worst movies ever seems a bit much—but that's subjectivity for you.
You are tearing me apart, Lisa!
So bad it's good indeed.
As for my own contribution to the thread, Transformers 2 is pretty awful. Well, that whole series is a collection of bad writing and Michael Bay's shallow (but nevertheless profitable) style of film making, but second one was far less tolerable than the first. I have some appreciation for the series on a technical level thanks to the work Industrial Light and Magic put into them as well as some of the sound design, but other than that they're expensively produced turds. I haven't seen the third yet, but it's on Netflix and I've been tempted to torture myself with it out of a sort of morbid curiosity.
Biodome. Please don't make me relive it in a description.
Oh and some movie about the Kellogg's guy and some retreat or spa for rich people. That one was so bad that I can't even remember the name.
I actually own a movie though that was worst than Plan 9 from Outer Space. It's called the Lost Skeleton of Cadaver. There are aliens. Zombies. And really bad footage. I love it!
The Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about
Titanic. Only saw it once, and will never see it again.
Also, Timeline. Book was fantastic, and I was really looking forward to the movie. However, it was terrible for two reasons: 1.) They pulled out basic parts of the book, and left a lot of it out, especially the best bits. And 2: The background looked like someone's high school play...I understand they couldn't afford to do a big budget film, but for what the book involved, it needed more special effects.
Those Mortal Kombat movies were pretty bad, Super Mario Bros. Those should be re-made.
This is one of the worst films I've ever seen. I can't believe I went to the theaters to see this, it was so awful. Waste of money.