Discussion in 'General TV & Media' started by lilbug, May 22, 2005.
My god was that boring.
and The Village.
Worse. Movie. EVER.
Could you stop talking Shakespeare with me please???.........*begs IHeartEric* You know I'm a horrible Shakespeare idiot :lol: :lol:
I'm surprised no one mentioned the 2002 remake of Rollerball, an absolute travesty. I liked the original James Caan version, but I think this movie is the reason we haven't seen Chris Klein in a movie in like 3 years. Also, Showgirls was absolutely wretched. Any movie about strippers in Las Vegas sounds like a good idea (at least to me ), but this was horrible. I did find it ironic that they got the girl who played the feminist on Saved By The Bell to play the main stripper.
OMG! There's another person! I thought I was the only person in the entire world that hated that movie.
I dont like the movie of Cocoon! It...sucks.
The worst movie I've ever seen was actually so bad it was good (if you follow my logic) Reanimator - it was SOOOOOOOOO terrible it was actually really hilarious and i couldn't stop watching it until the end.
The only movie I ever stopped watching before the end was 'Boogie Night' - complete and utter excriment.
Someone mentioned 'Plan 9 From Outer Space' earlier in the thread. Come on, man! How can you hate that movie? It's another 'so bad it's good' movies - Ed Wood was a genius at making crap!
It only happend once to me that I switched off a movie, it was a movie called City by the sea with Robert de Niro, it was so boring and I didn't understand anything of it, I stopped the video halway and went to bed!
Worst movie wold be "Zoolander"
i wasn't too into Napoleon Dynamite either. i watched it, the movie had no plot and i turned it off. all the kids in my school love this even the teachers and i just don't like it.
Lemony Snickets, Monster's Ball and Nepoleon Dynamite where the worst movies I've ever seen in my life.
:lol: :lol: :lol: *climbing back up onto chair* O.K. now I have to see that movie. For me, the stupidest movies ever made are Ishtar (sp?), Three Amigos, that skating movie with D.B. Sweeney , and How To Make An American Quilt. The last two, I fell asleep in the theatre. I walked out of Three Amigos. The first, my :devil: sister convinced me to rent it. *Yeah, joke's on me*
There are movies that I consider "enjoyably bad" and movies that are just "bad". Movies that I found "enjoyably bad" were Hudson Hawk and Mallrats. These were movies that were horrible, yet horribly good. I guess that Showgirls, which I put in a previous post, would fall in this category. I think that the remake of Rollerball, Caddyshack II any Death Wish after the original I would consider "bad".
the grudge and House of wax were terrible!
Not if your "trippin'".
I mean I wouldn't know anything about it or not.
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