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Old 05-12-2007, 12:53 PM   #46
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The worst film i think i've seen is Eyes Wide Shut
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Old 05-12-2007, 01:08 PM   #47
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What about Owen Wilson in the other Wes Anderson movies?
I just hate Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller aren't too far behind. They just get on my nerves the same way Jim Carrey and Robin Williams bug other people. I don't find them to be funny. But then again, I love Monty Python which many don't find funny and subtle humour like the Office as opposed to over the top buffoonery.

I can't defend that, it's just my taste.
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Manos: The Hands Of Fate.




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That movie where Demi Moore played the stripper.

And agreed on Owen Wilson Also the resident retard role man aka Adam Sandler.
(actually decent in Anger management though.)
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I just hate Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller aren't too far behind. They just get on my nerves the same way Jim Carrey and Robin Williams bug other people. I don't find them to be funny. But then again, I love Monty Python which many don't find funny and subtle humour like the Office as opposed to over the top buffoonery.

I can't defend that, it's just my taste.
That's totally cool, I like all of the guys you mentioned except Jim Carrey and Ben Stiller gets a little too grating for me sometimes.
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I've seen quite a few dreadful movies, but these are probably the worst.

1. Mallrats- I never detested a lead worse than I did Jason Lee's character in this film.

2. Summer Catch- a miserably banal romantic comedy.

3. Saw- I could not believe the extent to which this film ripped off "Seven"
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Old 05-13-2007, 08:30 AM   #52
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Ya it (Saw) kinda did, but it still kicked total ass. In an era where horror films almost universally suck (that reminds me, Pulse definitely belongs on this list - even Christinia Milian's hotness couldn't save that pile of crap), Saw is as good as it gets.
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Many people don't like Monty Python??? Almost everyone I know loves Monty Python.

Casablanca is mentioned in this thread, so, not sure how to respond to that, so I guess I'll let it go and say "to each their own".

For me, sometimes movies are bad because I expected more. Sometimes they're just bad. I'll take a crack at it.

Tarzan the Legend of Greystoke is high on the list. It's directed by the same man that did Chariots of Fire (Which a lot of people I know find to be tedious, but, I love it to death) with many of the same cast members. Ugh, just horrid. Was it mentioned that the director used Glenn Close's voice to dub over all of Andie Mcdowell's lines???? Bad stuff.

Battlefield Earth I had no expectations for, watched it on cable, but, was blown away by just how bad it was. Wow.

The 3rd Austin Powers movie really sucked, though, I bet some people will come to its defense, since I seem to be in the minority with this one. I loved the first one, the spoofing of the spy movie genre, etc. By the time he got to the 3rd one, it just felt like an extended fart joke to me. Fart jokes are funny, but not for 2 hours.

Rhinestone, with Sly Stallone, is painful to watch in many ways. To be fair, that's the only Stallone film I'll put on the list, cos I could add a few more.

Hoffa was fucking disappointing.

Catwoman. Watched the whole thing, though (Thank you Halle Bery)

Master of Disguise with Dana Carvey. Omg.

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, just for the title.

Leonard Part VI

Ishtar (It really is as bad as the legendary hype about it being bad would indicate)

Staying Alive, the sequel to Saturday Night Fever. The last scene of that movie "I'm gonna strut" legitimately makes me feel uncomfortable, it's so bad.

Anything with Jamie Kennedy in it.

My ex made me watch Glitter. Glad we're broken up.

There is a movie called "THe 4th protocol", adapted from a good book of the same title. Horrid.

The New World bitterly disappointed me, since I love Malick's films. As usual, it was shot beautifully, but really was slow, and it takes a lot for me to feel that a film is slow.

I'll stop with Captain America, which few people know even exist. It really, truly, is the worst film I've ever watched. Supposedly, they're making another one in 2009.
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The 3rd Austin Powers movie really sucked, though, I bet some people will come to its defense, since I seem to be in the minority with this one. I loved the first one, the spoofing of the spy movie genre, etc. By the time he got to the 3rd one, it just felt like an extended fart joke to me. Fart jokes are funny, but not for 2 hours.
Funny you should say that because the Austin Powers series, in a hilarious twist of irony, ends up going from Sean Connery era sharpness to Pierce Brosman era ridiculousness much like the films it mocks.
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Has nobody here seen MST3K? I'm surprised nobody agreed with me on Manos!
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I just hate Owen Wilson
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Has nobody here seen MST3K? I'm surprised nobody agreed with me on Manos!
Manos the Hands of Fate is AWESOME ... but only with the MST3K guys.

If I had to watch it without the commentary by them, I'd probably cry.
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Not necessarily the worst movie I've ever seen, but my most hated movie of all time is Daredevil. I can't explain how much I despise that film.
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Pearl Harbor was supremely awful.
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I'm surprised no one's mentioned one of my favorite hilariously awful movies:

The Adventures of Pluto Nash
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