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Old 12-22-2009, 10:07 AM
 
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I saw Pee Wee's Big Adventure in a cinema pub...it was much funnier after the 2nd pitcher of beer. lol

I just watched Rachel Getting Married....that's two hours of my life I'll always regret wasting.
I just watched Rachel getting married yesterday, for some reason I forced myself to watch the whole thing despite the tedium, it felt like a homework assignment. I can't believe people praised that movie, it was pretentious garbage and BORING beyond belief!

Showgirls was cringe inducing.
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Old 12-22-2009, 10:22 AM
 
Location: Crossville, TN
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Snow Buddies
Santa Buddies ,etc.
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Old 12-22-2009, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Home
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I agree with Buckaroo, but man you really hate Michael Moore, don't ya? (I agree, the acting was TERRIBLE.... )
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:04 PM
 
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I would have to say INTERNAL AFFAIRS! (1990)

No good chase scenes,no good music,etc...... JUST AWEFUL!
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:10 PM
 
Location: New Hampshire
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Austen Powers Goldmember

Little Man

Lord of the Rings
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Old 02-23-2013, 07:24 PM
 
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I will confine it to at leas relatively big-budget movies. These are some of the worst of the worst I have personally watched:

- Mommie Dearest
- The Exorcist II
- The Swarm
- Jaws IV
- Freddie Got Fingered
- Nothing But Trouble
- Any Adam Sandler movie
- Any Pauly Shore movie
- Raising Cain - This just might be the worst movie I have ever seen that wasn't a low-budget crapper. Even worse than Freddie Got Fingered, which is saying a lot.
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Old 11-07-2017, 08:41 PM
 
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Little Shop of Horrors - giant flower eats customers in a flower shop (so bad it's good).
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Old 11-08-2017, 01:54 AM
 
Location: Springfield, Ohio
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You haven't lived until you've seen "Glen or Glenda" on a big screen, with all the audience members looking at each other when the lights come on, half laughing half amazed they actually sat through the whole thing.
For modern movies, probably the worst I remember paying to see was "Color of Night" with Bruce Willis and Jane Marsh. Marsh's body could only help you ignore the terrible script and plot for about 15 minutes.
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Old 11-08-2017, 09:05 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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I can only talk about bad movies I have seen all the way through. I'd like to think there are worse movies but I was just fortunate not to see them:

1. Paycheck - I think they made it up (the plot and dialogue) as they went along. Really, it's the worst movie I ever saw and I only saw it because the movie we wanted to see was sold out.

2. Spanglish - If I wanted to hear neurotics of all ages whine loudly through an entire movie I'd watch a Woody Allen movie. And the maid was no Saint.

3. Mission Impossible 2 - I hate dance fighting in non-musicals. For this one you could have gone to the restroom when it started, stopped off at the concession stand on the way back, checked your voicemails in the lobby and when you got back to your seat they would still be dance fighting. UGH! I liked all of the other Mission Impossibles.

4. Swing Vote - You know it's bad when you keep trying to look at your watch in the dark. I hate mouthy obnoxious kid characters that they are trying to sell you on as being cute.

5. The Contender - Wanted to take a shower after it was over. Most politically biased movie I ever was unfortunate enough to see.

6. Shakespeare In Love - And I was stupid enough to see it after it won the Oscar. Shoot me now.

7. The Men Who Stare at Goats - Big names. Big crappola. The book it's based on was actually a decent read.

8. Godzilla (the one with Matthew Broderick). Worst cast movie ever. But, you know what? This movie had the absolutely best most memorable TV ads...maybe because the actors weren't in them.
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Old 11-08-2017, 09:57 PM
 
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I can only talk about bad movies I have seen all the way through. I'd like to think there are worse movies but I was just fortunate not to see them:

1. Paycheck - I think they made it up (the plot and dialogue) as they went along. Really, it's the worst movie I ever saw and I only saw it because the movie we wanted to see was sold out.

2. Spanglish - If I wanted to hear neurotics of all ages whine loudly through an entire movie I'd watch a Woody Allen movie. And the maid was no Saint.

3. Mission Impossible 2 - I hate dance fighting in non-musicals. For this one you could have gone to the restroom when it started, stopped off at the concession stand on the way back, checked your voicemails in the lobby and when you got back to your seat they would still be dance fighting. UGH! I liked all of the other Mission Impossibles.

4. Swing Vote - You know it's bad when you keep trying to look at your watch in the dark. I hate mouthy obnoxious kid characters that they are trying to sell you on as being cute.

5. The Contender - Wanted to take a shower after it was over. Most politically biased movie I ever was unfortunate enough to see.

6. Shakespeare In Love - And I was stupid enough to see it after it won the Oscar. Shoot me now.

7. The Men Who Stare at Goats - Big names. Big crappola. The book it's based on was actually a decent read.

8. Godzilla (the one with Matthew Broderick). Worst cast movie ever. But, you know what? This movie had the absolutely best most memorable TV ads...maybe because the actors weren't in them.
I liked Spanglish and I’m not a Sandler fan by any means. The rest of those movies I don’t like.

Worst movie: Star Wars Christmas Special. Unbelievably awful and considering the other movies it’s related to make its failure even more spectacular.
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