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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby lu6cifer » Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:05 am UTC

Probably Dreamcatcher, which was based on a Stephen King novel.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Ivora » Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:42 pm UTC

Lady in the Water. :(

I will never get back that time or money. :cry:

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby headprogrammingczar » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:00 am UTC

Ivora wrote:Lady in the Water M Night Shymalan. :(

I will never get back that time or money. :cry:

Fixed. His earlier stuff was decent though, back before we knew how predictable he was.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Ivora » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:06 am UTC

headprogrammingczar wrote:
Ivora wrote:Lady in the Water M Night Shymalan. :(

I will never get back that time or money. :cry:

Fixed. His earlier stuff was decent though, back before we knew how predictable he was.


LMAO! I didn't hate everything he made though. I mean, Signs was somewhat good. :D

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:39 am UTC

Unbreakable remains one of my favourite films ever, but I nominated The Happening back on page 2.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby headprogrammingczar » Wed Sep 02, 2009 2:02 am UTC

Unbreakable falls into the "before he was predictable" category. I may not like any individual involved in the movie on their own (except Samuel L Jackson, of course), but combined it was pretty good.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby oliveiraviggoo » Sat Sep 05, 2009 7:53 am UTC

Hi all.

I do not watch more movies but some of I saw. Among them Gigli is the worst one.
I never see such like a painfully bad movie. It have so many endings but do not have a perfect ending at all. Its end part is the most negative point of the film. Its music is too bizarre.
If you are going to watch it please do not watch it, You will be bore I am sure that.
It is not worth to waste money on this bad movie.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby mikhail » Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:11 pm UTC

Anyone seen The Castle of Fu Manchu?

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Jesse » Mon Sep 07, 2009 7:38 pm UTC

GhostWolfe wrote:
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They can't even make a second one.
Well, that's just dandy with me, cause I couldn't even finish the second book :P

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You made it through the first?! I got two pages in before it spontaneously combusted through poor dialogue and hideous writing.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby headprogrammingczar » Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:56 pm UTC

Jesse wrote:
GhostWolfe wrote:
TheTedinator wrote:
Occams_Razor wrote:Eragon
They can't even make a second one.
Well, that's just dandy with me, cause I couldn't even finish the second book :P

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You made it through the first?! I got two pages in before it spontaneously combusted through poor dialogue and hideous writing.

You mean you couldn't tell how cliche it was just by looking at the cover?
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Jesse » Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:33 pm UTC

It was bought for me, I felt I had to summon up my best try.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby GhostWolfe » Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:32 am UTC

Hey, I read all four Twilight books. That should give you a fairly accurate picture of what kind of masochist I am :P

I own the third book as well. I'm going to have another crack at reading them... one day...

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby DeLinkDeSecond » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:18 pm UTC

I watched Yu-Gi-Oh the movie with my little brother.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby folkhero » Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:54 am UTC

I just realized that Adam Sandler is in three of my very least favorite movies: Mr. Deeds, Anger Management, and Spainglish. They would all easily fall in my bottom 20. Mr. Deeds and Anger Management were movies I rented when I was sick; I wanted something light and funny but I just felt insulted throughout. Spainglish wasn't a terrible movie, but rather a movie that I thoroughly disliked watching. All three of them were anti-entertainment.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Box Boy » Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:36 pm UTC

headprogrammingczar wrote:
Jesse wrote:
GhostWolfe wrote:
TheTedinator wrote:
Occams_Razor wrote:Eragon
They can't even make a second one.
Well, that's just dandy with me, cause I couldn't even finish the second book :P

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You made it through the first?! I got two pages in before it spontaneously combusted through poor dialogue and hideous writing.

You mean you couldn't tell how cliche it was just by looking at the cover?

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby headprogrammingczar » Mon Sep 14, 2009 4:11 pm UTC

Box Boy wrote:
headprogrammingczar wrote:
Jesse wrote:
GhostWolfe wrote:
TheTedinator wrote:
Occams_Razor wrote:Eragon
They can't even make a second one.
Well, that's just dandy with me, cause I couldn't even finish the second book :P

/angell


You made it through the first?! I got two pages in before it spontaneously combusted through poor dialogue and hideous writing.

You mean you couldn't tell how cliche it was just by looking at the cover?

I LOVE THOSE BOOKS!

FLAME FLAME FLAME!
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby GhostWolfe » Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:23 pm UTC

headprogrammingczar wrote:You mean you couldn't tell how cliche it was just by looking at the cover?
Come to think of it, mine was the movie-tie-in cover, and I'd already seen the movie. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into >_>

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Amarantha » Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:09 am UTC

headprogrammingczar wrote:FLAME FLAME FLAME!
RETORT!

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Chfan » Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:18 pm UTC

Amarantha wrote:
headprogrammingczar wrote:FLAME FLAME FLAME!
RETORT!


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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Teapot » Wed Sep 16, 2009 6:03 pm UTC

The worst film I've seen is The Dark is Rising. I went to see it with a friend because we wanted to kill some time and it was the next thing showing at the cinema. The best bit was when the main character (who is a boy in his teens with some kind of magical powers) blows up a windmill because he is full of angst because he can't get a girl. We walked out after that part because we were pretty sure it was meant to be a touching moment or something but we couldn't stop laughing. Also the part where we didn't care if any of the characters died kind of put us off.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby cerbie » Fri Sep 18, 2009 2:47 am UTC

10098 wrote:Mulholland Drive.
It really sucks balls.
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I think the worst I've seen was Meet the Fockers. It has a cast that could be funny, but that's as far as any funny gets.

Also, I love The Postman. It's far into so-bad-it's-good territory, IMO.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Aetius » Mon Sep 21, 2009 2:58 am UTC

I know The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences isn't as accurate as it could or should be, but I think it's fair to say that if you're putting up an Oscar nominated film as the "worst film you've ever seen," your opinion should be pretty much invalidated. Especially if it was nominated for Best Picture or Best Director (I'm looking at you Lost In Translation, Babel, and Mulholland Drive). Also if it's in the IMDB top 250, it also ruins your credibility (The Big Lebowski, The Presitge).

In any event, the only legitimate contenders mentioned in this thread have been Manos: The Hands of Fate and Plan 9 From Outer Space. I myself submit that The Room is worse than even those two. It manages to fail on every level of movie making imaginable. Writing, directing, cinematography, acting, editing, composition, continuity and more. It fails on so many levels that it's actually one of the most enjoying movie going experiences I've ever had.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Amnesiasoft » Mon Sep 21, 2009 4:22 am UTC

Aetius wrote:In any event, the only legitimate contenders mentioned in this thread have been Manos: The Hands of Fate and Plan 9 From Outer Space.

I don't think you've seen Snakes on a Train. And before someone says it again, no, I do not mean Snakes on a Plane.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Phrozt » Wed Sep 23, 2009 9:07 pm UTC

headprogrammingczar wrote:Unbreakable falls into the "before he was predictable" category. I may not like any individual involved in the movie on their own (except Samuel L Jackson, of course), but combined it was pretty good.



Sadly, "The Happening" was *so* predictable that not only could you tell exactly what was going to happen ahead of time, but you knew so far ahead that you actually had time to think of and come up w/a better plot dynamic than what you knew was going to come...

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Angua » Wed Sep 23, 2009 9:18 pm UTC

Aetius wrote:I know The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences isn't as accurate as it could or should be, but I think it's fair to say that if you're putting up an Oscar nominated film as the "worst film you've ever seen," your opinion should be pretty much invalidated. Especially if it was nominated for Best Picture or Best Director (I'm looking at you Lost In Translation, Babel, and Mulholland Drive). Also if it's in the IMDB top 250, it also ruins your credibility (The Big Lebowski, The Presitge).

In any event, the only legitimate contenders mentioned in this thread have been Manos: The Hands of Fate and Plan 9 From Outer Space. I myself submit that The Room is worse than even those two. It manages to fail on every level of movie making imaginable. Writing, directing, cinematography, acting, editing, composition, continuity and more. It fails on so many levels that it's actually one of the most enjoying movie going experiences I've ever had.
I don't know about you, but for me some of the worst books that I've ever read and worst films I've seen are the ones that have won awards. Of course, that's just my opinion but it doesn't mean that it's invalid because some other people liked it.

I also think that lobster is one of the worst foods I've ever tasted, I've never once had it in a form that I like. A lot of other people like though, and it is generally an award winning food when done properly.

Anyway, worst film that I've ever scene (and it did apparently win awards) was La Vida es Silbar (Life is whistling). Not only was it long and drawn out, but they copped out on the ending which was disappointing as I sat through the whole thing hoping it would get better. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0192745/ I mean, I can sort of see the message they were trying to give, but I really don't think it was that great.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby headprogrammingczar » Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:05 pm UTC

Perhaps the message was "watching movies is a waste of time"?
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Sat Sep 26, 2009 4:07 pm UTC

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The acting was pretty bad, and most of the covers were equally awful. I'd have to say the best part was Steve Martin as Dr. Maxwell Edison singing "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" and almost any part with George Burns narrating. Luckily I was watching it on Cinemax On Demand, so no money was lost. Time, however, was.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby ranthlor » Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:26 am UTC

Ivora wrote:
headprogrammingczar wrote:
Ivora wrote:Lady in the Water M Night Shymalan. :(

I will never get back that time or money. :cry:

Fixed. His earlier stuff was decent though, back before we knew how predictable he was.


LMAO! I didn't hate everything he made though. I mean, Signs was somewhat good. :D


are you kidding me? Signs was probably his most ridiculous, nonsensical movie. I mean, THE VILLAGE made more sense! "The Sixth Sense" is by far the best M Night Shymalan movie ever made.

"The Happening" was probably the worst big budget film of all time. It's easier to say that because there are more terrible b-movies than A rate movies.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Kaeyn » Sun Sep 27, 2009 10:37 pm UTC

Any of the Final Destination films. Period.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Philwelch » Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:14 pm UTC

Angels in America. It can be viewed as a six part miniseries, two part miniseries, or one part film, but any way you watch it, it is terrible:

1. It makes absolutely no sense at all.
2. It lasts for six hours.
3. Al Pacino stops being entertaining after the first hour or two, at which point you have the sad realization that the acting was, in fact, the only thing keeping you going in the first place.
4. It has pretensions of social commentary without actually making any.
5. It has pretensions of being a period piece even though every set and physical object is conspicuously from 2003.
6. The most sympathetic character in the whole movie just disappears at the end without any resolution, after absolutely everyone in his life has just spent the whole film abusing him.
7. You can't help but feel that Meryl Streep's talents are wasted by playing a marginal character.

The thing is, any b-movie, sci fi movie, action movie, or horror movie is something you go into fully expecting it to suck. An HBO miniseries with some of the greatest actors of our time, adapting a Tony award winning play, is something you expect to be good. Mere disappointment is not enough to convey how it feels to watch something like Angels in America--you feel betrayed and immediately distrustful of everything that led you to believe this dreck was worth watching in the first place.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Technical Ben » Mon Sep 28, 2009 8:08 pm UTC

ranthlor wrote:
are you kidding me? Signs was probably his most ridiculous, nonsensical movie. I mean, THE VILLAGE made more sense! "The Sixth Sense" is by far the best M Night Shymalan movie ever made.

"The Happening" was probably the worst big budget film of all time. It's easier to say that because there are more terrible b-movies than A rate movies.


I actually like the story behind "The Village". But wonder if a book version would have been better.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Idhan » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:17 am UTC

The movie version of Spawn was really really horrible, if I recall correctly. I seem to remember watching it on TV once.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby kinigget » Tue Sep 29, 2009 5:40 pm UTC

I did some more thinking and have come up with a movie that was almost physically painful to watch for me: The Santa Clause 3. the second one was radically different but still more or less recognizable as a part of the same setting as The Santa Clause, 3 just felt like an entirely different setting, which is probably why they tried to tie it back to the first one, so that people wouldn't get confused. If I were giving recommendations, I would say go see the first one, and try to forget that the other two even exist.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Spacemilk » Tue Sep 29, 2009 7:55 pm UTC

Technical Ben wrote:I actually like the story behind "The Village". But wonder if a book version would have been better.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Plasma Man » Wed Sep 30, 2009 12:47 pm UTC

My friends and I used to compete to see who could find the worst film for us to watch. We decided my friend John won, for The Roller Blade Seven. It makes absolutely no sense whatsoever and has no redeeming qualities.
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Technical Ben » Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:01 pm UTC

Spacemilk wrote:
Technical Ben wrote:I actually like the story behind "The Village". But wonder if a book version would have been better.

Ask and ye shall (mostly) receive.


Reading the synopsis, I prefer the film :P However, I would have thought the film had been based on a book. :shrug:
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby TechiesGoBoom » Fri Oct 09, 2009 7:43 pm UTC

Starship Troopers 2.
First, the book, was AMAZING, the movie wasnt bad, but this second one was terrible in ways i can't understand.
I think they had a budget of $45, and instead of buying lights they bought a smoke machine and about 100 gallons of liquid for it. My roommates and I made it 15 minutes in before we gave up, and fastforwarded through the entire movie to discover that there was not a single scene in the movie that wasn't dark and smokey.

Also, Cruel Intentions 2 and The Butterfly Effect 2 were also laughably bad. Each basically took the original script, mixed up the scenes and added terrible acting.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby folkhero » Fri Oct 09, 2009 8:10 pm UTC

TechiesGoBoom wrote:Starship Troopers 2.
First, the book, was AMAZING, the movie wasnt bad, but this second one was terrible in ways i can't understand.
I think they had a budget of $45, and instead of buying lights they bought a smoke machine and about 100 gallons of liquid for it. My roommates and I made it 15 minutes in before we gave up, and fastforwarded through the entire movie to discover that there was not a single scene in the movie that wasn't dark and smokey.

Also, Cruel Intentions 2 and The Butterfly Effect 2 were also laughably bad. Each basically took the original script, mixed up the scenes and added terrible acting.

Might I recommend not watching low-budget direct-to-DVD sequels
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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby wqdiia » Wed Oct 14, 2009 9:21 pm UTC

Ladyhawke. The soundtrack makes it impossible to watch.
I bought the DVD some months ago because I have vague memories of liking it when I was very young - it was one of those movies that I could remember scenes from, that I could remember loving at the time, but that I couldn't remember the name of or any of the actors or really what it was even about.

I shouldn't have watched it again, the film "Ladyhawke seen as a 7-year-old and remembering it 10+ years later" in my imagination was pretty awesome.

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Re: The worst film you've seen

Postby Rodan » Thu Oct 15, 2009 1:08 am UTC

Meet The Spartans.
I went in expecting a bad movie. I'd seen the trailer, and I already knew it was terrible, but the little voice in the back of my head would always whisper that I shouldn't judge a book by its cover, and maybe it was good. That was before I knew what a bad movie was. I was expecting it to be terrible, but I had no idea how terrible something could be, and it was not a fun experience.
There was literally weeping and gnashing of teeth.
Saw Disaster Movie recently, but knowing just how inherently awful it will be just makes it boring.

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