For what the title declared it to be, and what you actually got, I hated "Love Story" . . . I love love stories, but you have to 'get' why the protagonist has fallen in love. I see why Zhivago loved Lara, I see why Ben loved Elaine, I see why Smithy loved Paula (and if you don't know that one you've not seen the best love story ever filmed), etc - but I don't at all see how Oliver could fall for Jennifer . . . it was all very lame and passionless.
I mostly watch pakistani and indian movies.Worst Movie i ever watched is Krrish whose genre is science fiction.Director of the movie tried to copy english science fiction but failed....movie has 90 percent look of cartoon...Director made movie a romantic and for adults but children enjoyed that a lot...
Probably nobody's even heard of this movie. I saw it when I was a kid and it was so awful I never forgot it. "Plan 9 From Outer Space" which stared Bela Lugosi. I don't know who else was in it, I only remember Lugosi, lots of fog, and a very skinny woman who looked like a vampire.
It was Bela Lugosi's last movie. Actually he died while filming it, and was replaced by (I think) the barber or hairdresser, so all you ever saw was the muffled face of a too-tall actor skulking through the fog trying desperately to look like Mr. Lugosi.
My favorite bits are 1. the garbage-can-lid flying saucer, on really easy-to-see wires, and the wind it kicked up as it "whooshed" by (as shown in jump-cuts between peoples being blown about in a high wind and the "saucer" wobbling by) 2. the appalling, stilted dialogue outside the crypt just after the funeral
This stinko has become a cult classic BECAUSE it is so terrible. They were sincerely trying to make a scary film.
Someone tried to make a film just as bad, but it failed because they were TRYING to make a bad film, and it shows. "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" It's trying too hard and is just crummy, not TRULY AWESOMELY AWEFUL, like Plan 9
LOL, no way... are they really showing that stupid movie in a film class? Is it an example of how NOT to make a movie? It's just so goofy. I thought it stunk when I saw it as a kid, but years later I saw it on TV and OMG, it was even worse than I remembered.
Hahah LOL! You're like the only one who agrees with me! All my friends were like, OMG, what a movie, most of theM were kids, yeah! And I was like, ya'll serious? I fell asleep sometime just after that "Paris Hilton" scene! It was just so stupid!
I didn't really care for the movie Obsessed with Idris Elba and Beyonce Knowles. The acting by her wasn't really good at all. It seemed to gimmicky or similar to Fatal Attraction. Although Ali Larter was very good in this role and could act. I like movies that are not so easy to follow and the storyline is unpredictable.
These two may not be in the league with some of the ones mentioned, but I couldn't (still can't) make myself get through Dream Girls or Nanny Diaries. Dream Girls wasn't at all what I was expecting (and I think it's awful). Nanny Diaries is just horrendously unlikable and uninteresting, in my opinion.
What a horrific movie. A total downer. I have never seen a movie with such unlikeable characters and with such negative energy in theme, setting, plot, acting, music and just overall tone. What a disaster they made out of that very entertaining kids' book. Worst movie of all time.
I don't doubt it. I watched with my kids (all teenagers), and at the end of it, my daughter (17 at the time) looked at me and said, "I don't think I have ever felt so drained and depressed at the end of a movie, ever." All I could do was agree.
That movie sucked the life out of a whole evening. LOL. Terribad.
I didn't think about it much. But I did come away feeling like I shouldn't of had my daughter (7yrs old at the time) watch it. It was very violent. I loved the way the characters looked though. I thought they did a great job in that area.
Marley and Me. Terrible. Not funny at all, totally predictable, I would have been happy to see that dog die if I could make it to the end but my daughter and I were bored to tears and shut it off after an hour. I never cared about the characters because they were all horrible.
I was up late the other night and happened to catch a completely awful movie called "Village of the Giants" on TCM. OMG, it was just horrible given that it has some pretty good actors in it. Most of you younger guys probably won't even know who most of these actors are, but if you were around back in the 60s you will recognize Beau Bridges, Tommy Kirk, Ron Howard, Johnny Crawford, Tisha Sterling, Joy Harmon, and a band called The Beau Brummels. Nothing modern, no matter how bad, can rival this trashy movie. It's about some "wild" teens who eat an experiment made by Ronny Howard, boy genius, and grow into 30 ft. tall giants.
Daddy want some sausage? Or maybe lets crawl inside some roadkill for desert? It was the era of Me, myself, and Irene and Waterboy Man!!! And now that I've totally dated myself, it was watchable... barely
I am actually still haunted by the images of that guy trying to jump off the back of the subway into the knee-deep lava, expecting to be able to clear it on his one painful second hop. Lame movie, yes. But that stuck with me. lol.
LOL, just goes to show that people are all over the place. I liked the Book of Eli. Not like in my favorites of all time or anything, but the story was really cool and realistic, and it was cool for people who like action movies.
And, lol, you'll laugh, but I LOVE year one. We bought it. To me, it's hilarious. Granted, the range of my humor is pretty wide, so I can be amused by guys trying to track things by tasting their poop. But hey. LOL. And come on, when Michael Cera's character had to rub oil into that disgusting mat of bear fur on Oliver Platt's character's chest? How were you not on the floor laughing?
Taste is such a funny thing. I can see why people wouldn't like it based on certain sensibilities, but, man, for me, that's funny stuff.
Just remembered this one. Rumble in Hong Kong. Rented it once and asked myself, "Supposedly inspired the title Rumble in the Bronx and Jackie Chan is billed first so it must be better than a total piece of crap and Jackie must be in it for more than 12 seconds, yes?"
Thin red line by Clint Eastwood. The story was very lagging and at often very boring to watch. This is one of my worst movie viewing experience. I don't know if I should walk out before finishing the movie. I think I wasted my money on time watching that
The Family Guy episode where peter goes blind says it all about Blair witch.
He brings Brian along to tell him what's going on since he cant' see the screen, and Brian says:
“They’re in the woods. The camera keeps moving around. I guess they’re looking for some witch, I don’t know, I wasn’t listening. Nothing’s happening…nothing’s happening…something about a map. Nothing’s happening…it’s over. A lot of people in the audience look pissed.”
This is so true! I avoided it because I had been warned....but surprised that no one mentioned. I'm sure the low budget makers are laughing all the way to the bank. BTW I'm going to include WooHoo and BooHoo as tags in my next hub in tribute to you
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3. Even when I was a kid and a fan, I couldn't stand that one. Catwoman, Speed 2: Cruise Control, Batman and Robin... Billy Blanks movies. Also, let's not get started on most of the movies based on video games (even though some might be guilty pleasures).
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