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Old 02-23-2018, 02:58 PM
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Any movie with Chris Farley in it.
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Old 02-26-2018, 08:53 AM
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My vote goes to the Twilight. totally deserves it
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Old 02-26-2018, 08:55 AM
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Boo this man!!!
I agree. Obviously someone with 0 sense of humor. Farley was great (RIP)...
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Old 02-26-2018, 09:00 AM
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Until you posted this Leon I thought "this man" was Chris Farley
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Old 02-26-2018, 06:06 PM
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I just remembered "Best Defense", an Eddie Murphy/Dudley Moore stinker from the 80's. No fridges being nuked, but absolutely terrible
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Watched Man of Steel last night and that sucked...


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Old 02-26-2018, 08:18 PM
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Old 02-26-2018, 08:38 PM
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Showgirls was bad .... rented it back in the day and had to fast forward to see the Saved by the Bell girl topless (kind of letdown there too)
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Old 02-26-2018, 11:23 PM
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The Doors with Val Kilmer
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Old 03-02-2018, 09:49 PM
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Copper Mountain.

I bought it at Walmart based upon a fake review on front saying "One of Jim Carrey's first hits!" and was submitting it in a family DVD White Elephant exchange.


I dare you to watch this.
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Old 03-03-2018, 02:45 AM
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Default Memorably horrible....

It has already been mentioned, but Ishtar was excruciatingly horrible (1987). The advertising leading up to its highly anticipated release built it up as the movie of the decade.....a can't miss. My buddy and I saw it on opening night and were sooooo disappointed. It was very tough not to walk out, but we thought it may get better as we watched.......wrong. The reviews that followed in the next few days were devastating...and very much deserved. Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty probably still recoil at its mention. A real $51 million clunker (box office $14.4).
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It's really hard to say.

About 20 or so years ago, I used to go to the $1 theater with an ex. We would get really high and go watch a movie, and boy did we watch some duds.

The Spice Girls movie is right at the top of the list, but I'm sure there were worst movies I've seen.
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I tend to think that "worst movie" really needs to be a major Hollywood production. The type of movie that involved meetings, production notes, lots of money and lots of people approving things all along the way. I don't think it's fair to kick the indy filmmaker who made a low budget film with very little money or talent, but put their heart and soul into it.

so based on that:

Legends of the Fall (seriously, wtf? can a movie get more pretentious?)

The English Patient (oh wait, never mind, yes it can! don't care that it won an Oscar , it is the worst sort of awards bait twaddle)

Sucker Punch (Zack Snyder's self indulgent mess of a film that found a way to make science fiction samurais and scantily clad action heroine's boring . I don't know if I have cared less about a movie in my life)
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Hard to say or define, but when I was a kid I remember being so exited when I heard they were doing a Howard the Duck movie. The comic books were insightful and funny, and it was really a franchise that was getting a lot of heat, but the movie was so terrible, it actually killed what was potentially a very lucrative franchise.

Recently, Suburbicon was as sorry of a movie you could hope to ask to see.
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Old 03-25-2018, 06:51 AM
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I dont know if its the worst, but Shakespeare in Love has to be the most overrated. How that movie ever beat out Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture is beyond me.
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I dont know if its the worst, but Shakespeare in Love has to be the most overrated. How that movie ever beat out Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture is beyond me.


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Saving Private Ryan was and is a great movie!
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I propose a new rating scale called The Bad Factor. At some point, when you start thinking a movie is really bad, (A) guess how long you've been watching it, then (B) check how long it's been on. Divide A by B for your Bad Factor.

The converse would be true as well. Even good movies that are slowly paced don't seem long.

Not necessarily bad but very overrated:
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"Eyes Wide Shut". Most Tom Cruise movies suck, but that was the worst.
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There's so many awful movies out there, but one that's worthy of mention is the Charlie and the Chocolate factory with Johnny Depp.

I love the original Willy Wonka, but can't stand that remake! Tried to watch it once, couldn't finish it.
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Someone said it earlier and they were spot on - Blair Witch Project.

I was on a date with my first wife and still left for the lobby twice because I had to settle the motion sickness I had from the awful handheld camera work.

After coming back from the second time a man two rows in front stood up and exclaimed "what is this shit!" And angrily walked out. I turned to my lady and said "he's certainly got the right idea" and she replied "ok, you win let's go".

To this day that unknown man is my hero.
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What???????? Are you nuts? That movie is awesome!
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"Eyes Wide Shut". Most Tom Cruise movies suck, but that was the worst.
At least the scenery was good!
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Old 04-04-2018, 02:27 PM
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At least the scenery was good!
agreed, its the only thing that kept me watching
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The Informant! with Matt Damon. My wife and I do not bother to pay for premium cable channels. Every few months or so we will get a free weekend, or once in a while a full month, of HBO, Cinemax or some other 'movie' channel. We will go through the schedule and record any movie that seems intriguing. Unfortunately I chose this one recently. This has to be one of the worst movies I have ever seen. It was so pointless and painful I wanted to reach into the t.v. and give Matt Damon a pounding. I barely made the first 30 minutes before deleting it.
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THE worst movie I ever saw, and of course should have known, Exorcist II. Richard Burton must have been paid a fortune to star in that absolute bomb !
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Michael---given your feelings about Matt Damon in The Informant you might want to pass on him in Downsizing when it shows up on TV
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Fifth Element. So stupid I walked out. Tbe chic was hot though. But still..awful.

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Michael---given your feelings about Matt Damon in The Informant you might want to pass on him in Downsizing when it shows up on TV
I don't dislike him. I like 'Good Will Hunting', the Bourne movies and 'We Bought a Zoo'. I knew from the previews I would not like 'Downsizing' so there will never be a problem with that movie being recorded to view.
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