#101 Posted by CornBREDX (5285 posts) -
@emem: ya I agree, that was a really good movie. 
 
I loved the bollywood (sp?) dance number at the end- after everything that happens in the movie it's just fantastic. Dude who turned it off after 40 minutes in is missing out.
#102 Posted by PatchRowcester (215 posts) -

Umm...probabaly slumdog millionaire. It was one of the most boring movies I've seen. I might look at it a little bit more charitably as time goes on. I tend to do that with movies.

#103 Posted by p00rdevil (158 posts) -

As a fan of Conan I have to say the reboot of Conan the Barbarian was pretty dismal. I was kind of looking forward to the movie too. Followed it during the filming stage on the movie's blog. Wasn't expecting anything earth shattering, just a decent Conan flick. Nope, it was terrible.

#104 Posted by Wipeout (261 posts) -

I'm going to have to say the second Resident Evil movie. It was so bad I couldn't get through it. Most awful movies at least I can finish, but that one was unbearable.

#105 Posted by TheHumanDove (2523 posts) -

Some people in this thread have no idea what 'worst movie you've ever seen' means. But edgy. They got edgy.

#106 Edited by frankfartmouth (1018 posts) -

It's not technically the worst film I've ever seen in terms of pure filmmaking incompetence, but Firecracker from Steve Balderson is probably the most pissed off I've ever been after sitting through a full movie. I watched it primarily because it was Mike Patton's film debut as an actor, and so I was curious, but boy what a piece of dogshit. Overwrought, over-acted, noisy, annoying, self-consciously artsy with no real narrative at all. Mike Patton's dual role was physically painful to watch. He needs to just stick to music. Again, I've seen slightly worse films, like maybe some of Arnie's shit from the 80s, but those weren't meant to be taken seriously; this was. And that pisses me off when some self-absorbed, no better than marginally skilled director starts acting like he's David Lynch. Urrgh.

#107 Posted by Hemmelight (164 posts) -

That live-action Dragonball Z movie.

With the whitest guy ever as Goku.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo4t8PeqJ6E

#108 Posted by MikeGosot (3227 posts) -

Hm, i don't know what to answer. I enjoy even SyFy movies, and i thought Gamer was pure dumb fun and totally worth watching for a laugh or two. Oh wait, i remember a movie, but not it's name. It was on Disney or Boomerang, it was about a girl who was a fan of a singer, and she goes to another city and finds a fangirl just like her, and they hate the popular girls. It would be your usual shitty teenager movie, but they added special effects to this movie, when the girl dreams about her love and shit like that. THE EFFECTS ARE HORRIBLE. It's like somebody is messing with a green screen for the first time. When she thinks about her marriage, the band behind her has TWO frames of animation. Two. Changing every 5 seconds. What the fuck.

#109 Posted by Landon (4143 posts) -

Saw Date Movie in theaters. The guys who direct those movies need to be shot.

#110 Posted by Landon (4143 posts) -

@Labman said:

The film adaptation of Stephen King's short story "The Mist." I loved the short story, in fact it's one of my favorite Stephen King stories (right up there with the Dark Tower series and Salem's Lot), but I hated the shitty ending they added to the film version. I was very disappointed in that movie!

Fuck you! That ending was ballsy and amazing!

#111 Posted by Barrock (3533 posts) -

Every time this thread comes up I get irrationally mad. Really? Inception is the worst film you've ever seen? Ever? You've never seen anything worse than Inception? Well congratulations. I envy you.

Also The Mist's ending was brilliant.

My answer is The Spirit.

#112 Posted by Intro (1207 posts) -

Buried.

#113 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

@Barrock said:

Every time this thread comes up I get irrationally mad. Really? Inception is the worst film you've ever seen? Ever? You've never seen anything worse than Inception? Well congratulations. I envy you.

Also The Mist's ending was brilliant.

My answer is The Spirit.

Yeah, it's like they just pick a movie that plenty of people liked, but they thought was overrated and are just saying it's the worst movie they've ever seen to seem edgy or something. I don't really understand how anybody could think that some of these movies are the worst they've ever seen. Honestly, I've seen so many bad movies that it's impossible to pick the worst one, so I don't really participate in these topics much anymore.

#114 Posted by iam3green (14390 posts) -

i can't think of any. i would say sequels in general. one thing is horror movies. when they kill the monster thing. sequel it some how comes back to life.

i'm watching some movie on netflix, nazis at the center of earth. i'm only 10 minutes in. it seems kind of stupid.

#115 Posted by Labman (288 posts) -

@Landon said:

@Labman said:

The film adaptation of Stephen King's short story "The Mist." I loved the short story, in fact it's one of my favorite Stephen King stories (right up there with the Dark Tower series and Salem's Lot), but I hated the shitty ending they added to the film version. I was very disappointed in that movie!

Fuck you! That ending was ballsy and amazing!

CC:

You're both wrong...the ending was stupid as fuck!

Actually, I'm just being an asshole! I have posted my hate for "The Mist" (especially the ending) on other forums and have gotten a similar response...along with tonnes of supporting "evidence" to try and prove me wrong. So, I get where you're coming from and I respect your opinion, but I THINK the ending was shit and it ruined the entire movie FOR ME.

#116 Posted by Barrock (3533 posts) -

@Labman said:

@Landon said:

@Labman said:

The film adaptation of Stephen King's short story "The Mist." I loved the short story, in fact it's one of my favorite Stephen King stories (right up there with the Dark Tower series and Salem's Lot), but I hated the shitty ending they added to the film version. I was very disappointed in that movie!

Fuck you! That ending was ballsy and amazing!

CC:

You're both wrong...the ending was stupid as fuck!

Actually, I'm just being an asshole! I have posted my hate for "The Mist" (especially the ending) on other forums and have gotten a similar response...along with tonnes of supporting "evidence" to try and prove me wrong. So, I get where you're coming from and I respect your opinion, but I THINK the ending was shit and it ruined the entire movie FOR ME.

I don't see what else he could've done. The stories ending wouldn't work in film form.

#117 Posted by Labman (288 posts) -

@Barrock: Really? I think the original short story ending would have been awesome. It could have spawned a totally original sequel movie.

#118 Posted by JakeLogan (221 posts) -

Die Another Day, when he para-surfed the massive wave, caused by the giant ice chunk, that fell into the ocean because the orbital sun laser laser'd it off. I actually started screaming "WHat??! WHAAAAT?!?!?" in the crowded movie theatre.

Toxic Avenger was So-Bad-It's-Hilarious, but I tried to watch the sequel and only got 10 minutes in.

Wizards; I remember watching it as a kid and picked it up at a yard sale a decade and a half later to watch with my wife. I profusely apologised on during the entire viewing.

#119 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7096 posts) -
@Hailinel

The worst big-budget movie with big name talent behind it that I've ever seen was Pearl Harbor. Just so. Fucking. Stupid.

Worst low-budget movie? Manos: The Hands of Fate. It also happens to be one of the best episodes of MST3K ever made.

But dude! What's a better addition to the horror of The Pearl Harbor attacks than a half-assed shoehorned love triangle?! I love you Michael Bay!

I'm gonna have to say House of the Dead is the worst movie I've ever seen. Bad movies, I can still get enjoyment out of them. Not this one.
#120 Posted by TheBluthCompany (387 posts) -

Pathfinder is the worst 6 bucks I've ever spent.

#121 Posted by TheSouthernDandy (3869 posts) -

@g00ber said:

@J12088 said:

Most recently? Inception. Absolute load of old shit. No idea why anyone likes that film. Complete trash.

Going in to this thread, my first thought was Inception... but didn't have the balls to post it because everyone I know loves that pile of trash. Thank you. I am not alone...

I'm sorry but...I understand not liking that movie, or even hating. But worst movie you've ever seen? You need to see more movies cause that answer sounds crazy.

Batman and Robin springs to mind. Also, I wouldn't say it's the worst but there's few movies I hated watching as much as Rules of Attraction. Unlikable people doing crappy things. Just all around ugh.

#122 Posted by bananaz (256 posts) -

The Master of Disguise with Dana Carvey. The only movie I could not finish watching.

My Boss's Daughter was beyond horrid.

#123 Posted by g00ber (91 posts) -

@TheSouthernDandy said:

@g00ber said:

@J12088 said:

Most recently? Inception. Absolute load of old shit. No idea why anyone likes that film. Complete trash.

Going in to this thread, my first thought was Inception... but didn't have the balls to post it because everyone I know loves that pile of trash. Thank you. I am not alone...

I'm sorry but...I understand not liking that movie, or even hating. But worst movie you've ever seen? You need to see more movies cause that answer sounds crazy.

Batman and Robin springs to mind. Also, I wouldn't say it's the worst but there's few movies I hated watching as much as Rules of Attraction. Unlikable people doing crappy things. Just all around ugh.

Based on my expectations going in to that movie, plus the hype surrounding it and the reviews, I can safely say I've never been more disappointed by a movie. No, it's not the worst I've ever seen, but I legitimately think its a terrible movie. I wanted to like it so bad too. Love Christopher Nolan and DiCaprio.

#124 Posted by illmatic19 (964 posts) -

Dragonball Evolutions. I still can't believe that movie actually came out.

#125 Posted by TeflonBilly (4713 posts) -

@TheBluthCompany said:

Pathfinder is the worst 6 bucks I've ever spent.

C'mon, Pathfinder had that absolutely hilarious scene of the tribesmen accidentally running into the main dude's hidden pit trap. I was worried I was onna get a hernia from laughing so hard at that.

#126 Posted by TheVeteran13 (1209 posts) -

Barely Legal, while technically not a porn it was shot, written and acted like one and tells a cumming of age tale of three burgeoning whores on their 18th birthday.

So basically imagine the worst American Pie franchise movie taking a tumble from the ugly tree and hitting every branch on the way down and landing face first in a pile of dog shit.

#127 Posted by kristov_romanov (459 posts) -

That J A Steele one

#128 Posted by AgnosticJesus (544 posts) -

Bulletproof with Gary Busey and Danny Trejo. I was fortunate enough to catch this gem on TV one night at 3 am. It is both the worst movie and best movie I've ever seen.

#129 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -

Why's everyone hating on The Spirit? It's one of the best bad movies I've seen! Sam Jackson in blackface is amazing.

#130 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

The Happening. Fucking made me hate Mark Wahlberg forever.

#131 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

@Labman said:

The film adaptation of Stephen King's short story "The Mist." I loved the short story, in fact it's one of my favourite Stephen King stories (right up there with the Dark Tower series and Salem's Lot), but I hated the shitty ending they added to the film version. I was very disappointed in that movie!

Pfftt, that was one of the greatest endings of all time.

#132 Posted by MisterWaingro (66 posts) -

Branded.

You guys have no idea.

#133 Posted by BisonHero (6526 posts) -

Boondock Saints was pretty sad in how cool and clever it thought it was, when it was quite boring and seemed to miss all of the things that were good about the other movies it was aping.

#134 Posted by JasonR86 (9707 posts) -

I've seen really bad movies and I've been disappointed by movies. But when those two things strike that movie is usually what I think of when I think of a 'worst movie' category. The one that came to mind pretty quickly was Inland Empire. It was written and directed by David Lynch. I'm usually hit or miss with David Lynch. For the most part I really like what he makes but even the things he's made that I don't like I still can find something about the film to like.

The only good thing about Inland Empire is Laura Dern. She puts on an incredible performance over her several roles. Inland Empire looks awful. It was filmed on digital cameras and leads to this washed out, ugly film. It is incredibly slow paced but that can be ok given certain circumstances. The film is confusing as hell but that can be ok given certain circumstances. The problem I have with the film is that, even keeping in mind that the narrative is nonlinear and the intentionally vague, the movie has no primary story. Rather, it is a mix of several somewhat boring stories that are haphazardly thrown together by a last ditch, poor tie at the end of the film that doesn't hold up to any scrutiny. So the end result is a film that is boring, slow, ugly, largely poorly acted besides the main character, and has a poor story.

What makes it so disappointing is that this film was David Lynch's follow up to Mulholland Drive which is one of his best films. So it was a bad film mixed with the fact that it was disappointing. There are films that are worse then Inland Empire. There are films that are more disappointing then Inland Empire. But Inland Empire does both of those things really well.

#135 Posted by Sploder (917 posts) -

Ong Bak 3. I mean the second was pretty bad but 3 was a fucking two hour training montage of him sitting in a tree being all spiritual and shit, with a terrible fight scene at the end.

#136 Posted by Little_Socrates (5677 posts) -

@jakob187: Ah, come on, Troll 2 isn't nearly that bad! It's got moments that are enjoyable for the reasons the director intended. "No more popcorn" obviously included.

@Turtlebird95: I've seen it three or four myself. I adore the film, but man, it is the absolute worst.

#137 Posted by John1912 (1885 posts) -

I thought Prometheus was just awful. Guess I hoped it might be a new start with the Aliens franchise. There was nothing done well in that movie. Characters were all completely unlikable, and fucking MORONIC. Story was bad, everything was just bad....

#138 Posted by benpicko (2008 posts) -

@kristov_romanov said:

That J A Steele one

Think you read the title wrong. He wants the worst movie you've ever seen, not best.

#139 Posted by sungahymn (1009 posts) -

I said it once, and I'll say it again: Mulan II is horrendous.

#140 Edited by TheUnsavedHero (1255 posts) -

Off the top of my head, What Dreams May Come. Man, that movie was such a damn slog to get through. Also, Rocky Horror. I have friends who just love that movie, but I just wanted to take a ballpeen hammer to my head when I watched it.

#141 Posted by Akeldama (4247 posts) -

@AltonBrown said:

Trash Humpers comes to mind.

As it often does...

#142 Posted by bunnymud (717 posts) -

Ninja Assassin

so horrible

#143 Posted by Demoskinos (14830 posts) -
@dcgc

Ready to Rumble. As a former big Wrestling fan, that movie was horrible.

EDIT: But I'm thinking of watching Postal so, I don't know...

EDIT2: Ok, I just remembered. 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain is the worst movie I've seen.

What's even worse is the fact David Arquette actually became WCW champion because of that fucking movie.
#144 Posted by Skyfire543 (690 posts) -

2 Headed Shark Attack or Bear. Both were watched in the same night while sober. Not a good idea.

#145 Posted by Leptok (942 posts) -

Xmen 3 I almost walked out, like I lurched forward to get out of my chair, but I stuck it out. Never done that before or since.

#146 Posted by King_of_Winter (12 posts) -

I can come up with a few: The Room, Manos the Hands of Fate, the Twilight movies in general and X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

#147 Posted by ripelivejam (3964 posts) -

@StrikeALight said:

Its probably a toss up between either Manos: Hands of Fate, or the Beast of Yukka Flats.

#148 Posted by BoG (5190 posts) -

My brother and I rented Kung Pow!: Enter the Fist once. I don't think we watched it for more than 15 minutes, it was just plain awful.

#149 Posted by ShockD (2401 posts) -
Grotesque. Seriously. Don't with it. Most disgusting thing I've ever seen.
#150 Posted by theguy (796 posts) -

In the cinema? Vantage Point.

Outside?... not sure