Thread: What is the Worst Movie You Love?

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    Quote by PirateNinja6
    Be Kind Rewind


    This film is very creative but the narrative is horrible and almost non-existant.
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    To Grandma's House We Go with the Olsen twins


    Oh god!! My sister and I used to watch this movie every Christmas.
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    I love Josie and the Pussycats movie, don't care what anyone says, , love that movie.

    Plus I really enjoyed Death to Smoochy, even though it seems like 90% of the whole world hates it.
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    Congo
    Doom
    Dragonheart
    TMNT
    Batman The Movie
    Mortal Kombat Annihilation
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    Most of Chris Farley's movies. Bad because that's what the critics say all because they hated him. Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Beverly Hills Ninja, and Almost Heroes. RIP Chris.
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    Quote by BenJamin
    Most of Chris Farley's movies. Bad because that's what the critics say all because they hated him. Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Beverly Hills Ninja, and Almost Heroes. RIP Chris.


    Sadly the only decent Chris Farley movie was Tommy Boy. But what a legacy he left behind for us twentysomethings.
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    CLUELESS lol hate the movie but always find my eyes glued to the screen
    a dream is just a dream, until you make it reality
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    Super Mario Bros. The Movie
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    I think Tommy Boy is a great comedy and Black Sheep is underrated, I love the use of the band Mudhoney to parody Rock the Vote in the second half. I'm not about to defend Beverly Hills Ninja, it's pretty dumb and I don't really like it, although I'll admit the scene where Chris uses the fishes is pretty funny and there's a few other funny slapstick bits.
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    Troll 2. Definitley
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    "The Brain that Wouldn't Die". So bad, it's good material.
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    Quote by Funky_Guy
    I think Tommy Boy is a great comedy and Black Sheep is underrated, I love the use of the band Mudhoney to parody Rock the Vote in the second half. I'm not about to defend Beverly Hills Ninja, it's pretty dumb and I don't really like it, although I'll admit the scene where Chris uses the fishes is pretty funny and there's a few other funny slapstick bits.


    Black Sheep is almost as good as Tommy Boy but in a way I feel as if the filmmakers were trying too hard to make the same movie considering Chris Farley and David Spade were paired together again. The funniest scene is still the part where the cabin falls apart while Mike and Steve are trying to sleep.
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    My fiance loves Killer Clowns From Outer Space
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    Star Trek 5
    Transformers (the recent ones)
    Larry The Cable Guy Health Inspector
    Delta Farce

    I don't really like too many movies that suck, so that's all I can really think of off the top of my head.
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    I'd probably say the Dolph Lundgren version of "The Punisher"
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    A Nightmare On Elm Street 6: Freddy's Dead.
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    "Frank N Furter, It's all over
    Your mission is a failure,
    your lifestyles too extreme,
    I'm your new commander,
    You now are my prisoner,
    We return to Transylvania,
    Prepare the
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    ummm hello, twister, independence day, legend, spiceworld, and thats all i can think of!
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    lol, i just thought of another 1. how about Ishtar w/ Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman. i've been looking for this movie on DVD for a long time and the only thing i can find are releases from other countries that are all in the PAL format. it was never released onto DVD here in the US. i do have a region free DVD player that i just realized supports PAL so i may have to buy a copy off ebay.
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    Most of the B-movies that are listed on my profile like The Brain From Planet Arous, The Horror Of Beach Party, Night Of The Lepus, those kind.
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    -killer clowns from outer space ( in space no one can eat ice-cream )
    -the village
    -water world
    -jonny 5
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