What are the worst movies you have ever seen?

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  1. waynet profile image71
    waynetposted 6 years ago

    What are the worst movies you have ever seen?

    Everyone has a movie or two in mind that simply drips with cack!

  2. Goody5 profile image64
    Goody5posted 6 years ago

    "Weekend at Bernies two" was the worst movie ever made. The guy died in the first movie, and they were still dragging his lifeless body around in a second movie. At some point Bernie had to start smelling!

  3. tom hellert profile image58
    tom hellertposted 6 years ago

    Ok i know this will tick some folks off but i dont know why people like tese movies-
    Meet the Parents.
    A Christmas Story
    i know they are popular but i HATE these movies.
    I'm sure I'll get a ton of "-"
    but please realize, anything with justin bieber is not a movie.
    TH

  4. profile image0
    lisa.bomposted 6 years ago

    "Telephone" with Woppi Goldberg. It was her talking on the phone the entire movie and not leaving her apartment. What a waste of money.

  5. rlaha profile image69
    rlahaposted 6 years ago

    There was this Hindi movie I went to last month called Agneepath.  It is a remake of the older one from the 70's.  Let me tell you something. I never complain about a movie until after I have seen the whole thing. I was complaining from about a quarter of the way into it.  The older version was just as bad, but it had a bigger star in it then and he at least had some dialogues to make up for a badly directed movie.  This new version was a waste of the $17.00 me and my husband paid to see it.

  6. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    Anaconda with John Voight.  He is a talented actor but cannot do a Spanish accent for anything. The entire movie was so bad it was funny when it wasn't supposed to be.

    And as Tom Hellert says - A Christmas Story. I do not get the popularity of that movie.

  7. rockrweasle profile image68
    rockrweasleposted 6 years ago

    Battlefield Earth is definitely one the worst movies I've ever seen, if not the worst. It's laughable and wasn't meant to be.. which just makes me cringe. The Room is another terrible movie as well. Although the two movies I've mentioned are great cult movies to watch with a group of friends. So in that respect, they're fantastic.

  8. TurtleDog profile image88
    TurtleDogposted 6 years ago

    I forgot all about Battlefield Earth until Rockerweasle mentioned it (nice job bringing this one up rocker). Horrible film. I still remember how stupid Travolta's costume looked.

    I'm not sure if my selection is the worst film ever, but it definitely ranks as the worst war film ever... "La France"  La France was so bad I did a post on it about a year ago.  http://turtledog.hubpages.com/hub/Worst … France-DVD

  9. MystMoonstruck profile image78
    MystMoonstruckposted 6 years ago

    The Creeping Terror (1964) From IMDb: A newlywed sheriff tries to stop a shambling monster that has emerged from a spaceship to eat people. / The monster is a shag carpet with people crawling underneath it. Grenades appear to be rocks thrown at the ground to kick up dust. They lost the soundtrack, so someone narrates it.

    Our Very Own (2005) They're waiting for actress Sondra Locke to show up in her hometown, but we never see her. It tries to be folksy and charming but is deadly dull.

    remake of "The Omen", "Psycho" and "The Andromeda Strain" (horrid miniseries!)

    Signs and The Village and The Happening AND Lady in the Water!

    anything with Adam Sandler and practically everything with Will Ferrell (I like "Zoolander") and practically everything with Will Smith (I don't mind him in "Made in America") ~~ "Wild Wild West" stands out as particularly rancid because of what it did to an enjoyable TV series. Kevin Kline looked as if he wanted to escape! And, Kenneth Branagh just hid under makeup and contraptions.

    Catwoman ={

    There are so many others I could list! "The Giant Claw" almost makes it except it is truly so bad it's honestly laughable, with lots of quotable lines. I can imagine the horror when the actors saw the creature (sort of a rubber chicken-looking puppet on strings) they were supposed to have been reacting to! Poor people...

  10. Hypersapien profile image48
    Hypersapienposted 6 years ago

    This hub discusses some of the worst movies the author has ever seen, such as Mars Attacks! and Surf Nazis Must Die. read more

  11. larcaustin46 profile image82
    larcaustin46posted 6 years ago

    "Kazaam".  Shaquille O'Neal as a genie.  Two hours of my life that I'll never get back.

  12. sam3m profile image61
    sam3mposted 6 years ago

    anything directed by ed wood and farewell my concubine, a movie which should end, then doesn't, then doesn't, then doesn't...

  13. sandus profile image65
    sandusposted 6 years ago

    room in rome is the worst movie that i had ever seen in my life

  14. Ben Graves profile image80
    Ben Gravesposted 6 years ago

    There are so many terrible movies out there it's hard to list even half of them. Not only are there so many bad films, but many of them are not bad enough to be considered objectively horrid; they have good points to them such as editing, sound,... read more

  15. profile image55
    cyberstarposted 6 years ago

    The WORST movie in the world has to be BUG, absolute crap.

  16. urgurl_bri profile image83
    urgurl_briposted 6 years ago

    I don't like the kind that are movies making fun of other movies. (spoofs/parodies) Examples, Epic Movie, Vampires suck, Date movie, Disaster Movie.     I personally think these try way too hard to be funny and then end up just being completely stupid.

  17. BayAreaLawyer profile image55
    BayAreaLawyerposted 6 years ago

    Just saw the Adam Sandler one, Jack and Jill. Adam Sandler's pretty bad in general, but this one was just embarassingly bad.

    And Shymalamadingdong made Signs and Sixth Sense which were AMAZING. How come the rest of his movies are so freaking awful?

  18. wiserworld profile image91
    wiserworldposted 6 years ago

    Airplane takes the cake. For some reason I thought this movie was hilarious when I was younger, then I watched it again 20 years later and turned it off after 10 minutes.

  19. profile image0
    summerberrieposted 6 years ago

    The Crying Game- 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes- 76 percent audience.....but wasnt for me.....

  20. KristaJevons profile image60
    KristaJevonsposted 6 years ago

    Burn After Reading. I spent way too much time watching this. It was horrible. I didn't see the end but I was embarrassed and sad I watched so much of it thinking it would get better, it never did.

  21. Ironman1992 profile image60
    Ironman1992posted 6 years ago

    Troll 2 and Howard the Duck are the worst movies I've ever seen.

  22. meow48 profile image72
    meow48posted 6 years ago

    ishtar.... what else can i say.....how dustin hoffman and warren beatty ever agreed to make it is beyond me.....

  23. rainnie526 profile image59
    rainnie526posted 6 years ago

    Sin City. My foreign teacher play this movie in class. Too much blood and violence, and those are all it has. Everyone in the class was shocked, but the teacher seemed to be very happy.

  24. Tom Meitei profile image57
    Tom Meiteiposted 6 years ago

    An Hindi Movie "Ghost". That was a horror movie but none of the spectators were scared, Instead all of them started laughing with a round of applause as if it is a comedy movie. LOL

  25. profile image0
    skymasterposted 6 years ago

    The worst of all in my opinion was Spiderman 3.

  26. Nare Anthony profile image70
    Nare Anthonyposted 6 years ago

    It was SO bad that I don't even remember the name!!! It was a polish black and white movie about war and exile, there was me and an old woman in the whole movie hall, she left at half and the movie became even worse for me...

  27. Y2G profile image60
    Y2Gposted 6 years ago

    Hamlet 2 and Black swan are the two worst I have ever seen in theaters.

  28. Gemini Fox profile image91
    Gemini Foxposted 6 years ago

    Pi - it was an "artistic mistake" yet somehow won awards . . .

  29. ChaninDesiree profile image76
    ChaninDesireeposted 6 years ago

    The worst movie I have ever seen was Paranormal Activity only made better by the prequel of Paranormal Activity 2.  I truly enjoy a good horror movie and I waited for 90+ minutes to be scared and it never happened.  I felt that the storyline could have been really good, but the actual play out of the movie was a waste of time.

  30. TheHeavyReview profile image69
    TheHeavyReviewposted 6 years ago

    So I don't watch that many movies but the absolute worst I've seen is "Shark Boy and Lava Girl".  I'm not even sure how I saw it, but it was awful.

    "Breaking Dawn" wasn't very good, so I guess that's a recent movie that I disliked.

  31. Ciel Clark profile image80
    Ciel Clarkposted 6 years ago

    Some of the worst movies I've seen recently have too much CGI and not enough story.

    One of the best worst movies:  "Morons From Outer Space"

  32. ULinder profile image61
    ULinderposted 6 years ago

    I think the worst movie by far is Motor Home Massacre!  I do believe once the college kids got to their camp site it looked like an obvious movie set.  When "night" falls the fog machines turn on and you can see the smoke blowing in from both sides.  The movie REALLY goes downhill when the ninjas come for whatever reason with their Sam Fisher looking red night vision goggles and start killing the barely dressed students.  I couldn't stop laughing.....

  33. JKenny profile image95
    JKennyposted 6 years ago

    Where do I start:

    1. Star Wars Prequel Trilogy
    2. Reign of Fire
    3. Planet of the Apes (the 2001 version)
    4. Starship Troopers 2 and 3
    5. Anything with Steven Seagal in it
    6. Most of Jean Claude Van Damme's movies
    7. Indiana Jones 4

    That's all I can think of right now, bet I'll think of more later.

    1. LoisRyan13903 profile image80
      LoisRyan13903posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Star Wars Prequel and the three newer ones?  I agree the first three the ones from the 1970s 1980s were great.

  34. cookies4breakfast profile image58
    cookies4breakfastposted 6 years ago

    Poor little Debbie Gibson was in this dog of a movie, "Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus."  She used "Deborah" in the credits--I imagine to hide that she actually stooped to participating in this project.  Now, I LOVE awful movies--especially awful horror movies, but this dreck was too much for me to watch all the way through.  I kid you not--the shark jumps out of the water and eats the Golden Gate Bridge AND a plane.  I'll still watch a few minutes of it if it's on SyFy Channel just for giggles, but oh man, please don't make me sit through the whole thing.  The worst part is the supposed romance between Debbie--excuse me, Deborah--and the scientist.  It's so awkward--truly uncomfortable to watch.  It's a riot, though, to see him lapse in and out of his accent.  The poor guy (obviously from LA) keeps forgetting he's supposed to be Japanese.  There's so much more, but you really should watch it yourself.  There's actually another movie on SyFy with Debbie Gibson AND Tiffany with yet another sea beast fight, but I couldn't watch ten minutes of that one, so someone else will have to take the bullet for us.

  35. Piper Bennett profile image61
    Piper Bennettposted 6 years ago

    Leap Year, with Amy Adams. Worst. Movie. Ever. It's only redeeming value was the Irish accents. Actually, scratch that. Not even that could save this movie.

  36. Chris Neal profile image75
    Chris Nealposted 6 years ago

    I don't watch many movies. The worst one I've ever seen was so awful that it actually started being played in theatres as "one of the worst movies ever made."

    Yes! IT IS.......

    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

    And yet, there was a sequel and a Saturday morning cartoon!

    How can I get that lucky?

    1. Ciel Clark profile image80
      Ciel Clarkposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Ohhh, that was a good bad one only possible to watch at a drive-in.  I remember a scene where tomatoes are obviously just being thrown from off screen to roll menacingly at the victim.

  37. LoisRyan13903 profile image80
    LoisRyan13903posted 5 years ago

    Santa Claus Conquers the martians even doing it with Mystery Science 3000 it was still bad

  38. Ross Tanenbaum profile image93
    Ross Tanenbaumposted 10 months ago

    It's a tough choice. The Room is probably the worst movie I've ever seen. However, in some ways it is also one of the best movies i've ever seen. It's hard for me to categorize it.

 
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