What's the worst movie you've ever seen?
Bonus points for "so bad it's good" movies.
The one that comes to mind is a very obscure Italian, English-dubbed atrocity called "Dirty War" from the late 80's. It seems to be about a hitman who's trying to retire but is dragged back in for one last assignment by shadowy forces, but the thing is so incredibly badly edited and dubbed that you can't always be sure. But its saving grace is that it's one of those bad movies that's so bad it's entertaining in its own strange, twisted way... absolutely hilarious at times, even though it's not supposed to be a comedy.
"S. Darko", the supposed sequel to "Donnie Darko". It's like they had purposely set out to make a movie so bad that it would taint the very name "Darko" for all ages to come. Whoever is responsible for that move really should never have been allowed to do anything but scrub toilets for a living.
The Day Of The Dolphin - the only film i saw where the entire audience walked out - and we saw it for free
The Go Between, what a heaving pile of cow faeces, I had to read the book and see the film as part of my English Literature course, film and book both absolute rubbish.
For a 'so bad it's good' film: Plan 9 from Outer Space.
I would have to say, Police Academy 2 mainly because I quickly lost interest after the first. Really? Do we have to suffer another installment of cops and robbers? Not to mention the bleeps, the sweeps and the creeps.
Dead and Breakfast... It really isn't very good, yet it is so bad, it is good.
The worst movie I ever seen was Disater Movie. The whole movie was just pop culture jokes and the whole time I only laugh at ONE joke.
A walk to remember, the last song, friday the 13th, the wrong turn 3, and almost anything shown on cable TV.
It is a tie for me:
An old black and white French movie shot mostly in the dark, almost no conversation, with occasional cigarettes being lit. I don't remember the name, but I remember sitting in the theater thinking, "Something must be about to happen...". Nothing ever happened.
A documentary called "Green" that was about things growing somewhere in South America. Lots of long shots of green leaves.
So bad they were good:
Morons From Outer Space
It Came From Outer Space 3D
by Will English 5 years ago
What's the worst movie you've ever seen?Just curious, but what's the worst movie you've ever seen? For me off the top of my head, its Battlefield Earth, E.T., The Room, and Network.
by gsurvivor 7 years ago
Worst movie you've ever seen?What's the biggest film flop you've had the displeasure of watching?
by manofmystery24 6 years ago
What movie couldn't you stand?
by Wayne Tully 3 years ago
What are the worst movies you have ever seen?Everyone has a movie or two in mind that simply drips with cack!
by mikielikie 7 years ago
If you could make a sequel to any movie you've ever seen, which would it be?
by TheHoleStory 7 years ago
Are these the biggest peaches that you've ever seen?That's an autographed regulation baseball sitting in between these two peaches.
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