Mastergreen posted for the best movies and it looks the same group pops up 90% of the time. How about the other way? Or are there too many to list?
Tied for #1 - The English Patient/The Constant Gardener
I tend to enjoy many so-called "bad" movies, so for me to say something out-and-out sucks, it must exist on a whole 'nother level of awfulness. In other words, these films were so bad that they even made me - a battle scarred survivor of countless bad movies - wish that the sweet release of Death would rescue me from my torment. Treat the following films like explosive devices. Avoid at all costs!!
Meet Joe Black
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
Batman & Robin
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers
I could go on 'n' on but I'll let someone else have a turn now
Many Horror films come to mind.
FatFreddysCat, I didn't mind Halloween 5 at the time, but if you thought that one was bad, don't watch Part 6. That was an abomination of a film, even to my teenage, horror-loving mind.
A few that I remember being particularly bad...
Blair Witch 2 (I love the first one)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Jeepers Creepers 2
I've seen *all* of the Halloween movies at one time or another - probably out of some weird sense of duty - and yeah, "6" was pretty bad. But then so was "8" ("Resurrection") and the two "reboots" by Rob Zombie were no great shakes either.
I've never seen Resurrection, mostly because of how bad I've read it is. I did see the two reboots and, although the first one was pretty weak, I thought the second one had a few interesting things in it.
In my book the "good" Halloween movies are the first two, the 4th and the 7th (aka "H20")... and even though it's terrible I even kinda like the totally unrelated "Halloween III: Season of the Witch," haha.
To be honest though, I've seen most of the series so many times now that I don't really need to re-visit any of them again anytime soon!
I haven't seen Parts 2 and 3 in more than a decade, but if you ask me, the first one is the only really good film. I did have a thing for the road they were going through on Parts 4 and 5, but they aren't really "good" films... and I thought H20 was a nice return to form, but at the end of the day, that's it.
I'm pretty easy to please, so the first and only movie that comes to mind is Skyline.
by Wayne Tully 13 months ago
What are the worst movies you have ever seen?Everyone has a movie or two in mind that simply drips with cack!
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What do you think is the worst movie ever?
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I need y'all to post in movies that you think really sucked. I mean the truly horrible ones. One movie per post - rules is rules. High School Musical
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