Thread: Worst movie you've ever seen?

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    Quote by retroguy78
    For me, the worst movie I've ever seen is Master of Disguise from 2002. It looked great in the previews, but when I actually saw the movie, it was a really big let down. Dana Carvey was a lot better as Garth in Wayne's World, and apparently, he's not as good without his former counterpart Mike Myers, who obviously had the better movie that summer with Austin Powers in Goldmember.


    Geeze! Why do people hate this movie?


    Because it sucked dick.
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    High School Musical

    I was forced to watch this.
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    A little low budget movie called Blood Bound. A friend of mine was in it so she made me watch it.

    Don't waste your time with it.
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    Don't you mean BLOOD IN BLOOD OUT: BOUND BY HONOR?
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    Epic Movie (Along with other recent Seltzer & Friedberg films, such as Date Movie, Meet The Spartans and Disaster Movie.)
    Happily N'ever After (A disastrous CGI animated feature that tries to follow Shrek's footsteps, especially since it's from the creators of Shrek.)
    Shrek the Third (Big disappointed sequel to the first two Shrek movies. Justin Timberlake totally ruined it for me with his annoying voice as "Arnie". Another reason why I can't stand him!)
    Zoom (Tim Allen and Spencer Breslin's worst film along with "The Shaggy Dog" remake).
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    The Number 23 (Jim Carrey should stayed away from director Joel Schumacher, this film is even worse than "Batman & Robin".)
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    Quote by atticusfinch
    That one with Dakota Fanning trying to be a badass and they had mind powers... Jumper...?


    That was called "Push"
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    Phantasm.
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    Jennifer's body was horrible.
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    Quote by OfficerNice
    Phantasm.


    YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING!
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    Meet the Spartans, How dare they make a shitty unfunny parody of 300 the greatest action of this century!!! plus the Meet the Spartans was just pure garbage.
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    i'd have to say Shoot 'Em Up was the absolute worst movie i've ever seen, hands down! i found the blu-ray for like $9 at target or walmart and decided to buy it. now i know why it was so cheap. clive owen kills a guy w/ a carrot in like the 1st 5 mins of the film, COME ON! AN F'IN CARROT!!! somehow i made it all the way to the playground scene before i finally couldn't take anymore of it and shut it off. i think i gave the disc to my brother, i should have lit it on fire and threw it out.
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    Quote by TheWizard241
    i'd have to say Shoot 'Em Up was the absolute worst movie i've ever seen, hands down! i found the blu-ray for like $9 at target or walmart and decided to buy it. now i know why it was so cheap. clive owen kills a guy w/ a carrot in like the 1st 5 mins of the film, COME ON! AN F'IN CARROT!!! somehow i made it all the way to the playground scene before i finally couldn't take anymore of it and shut it off. i think i gave the disc to my brother, i should have lit it on fire and threw it out.


    haha that movie was awful, there are much MUCH more carrot related deaths as the movie continues
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    Shoot 'Em Up was one of the greatest movies of 2007. The movie was all out fun, with cartoon action and physics. Think about it, it was a live action Elmer Fudd vs Bugs Bunny. It was a very fun action film.
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    Quote by DebrisStorm
    Shoot 'Em Up was one of the greatest movies of 2007. The movie was all out fun, with cartoon action and physics. Think about it, it was a live action Elmer Fudd vs Bugs Bunny. It was a very fun action film.


    here's a bunch of movies that came out in 07, i'd have to say every 1 of these is 10x better than Shoot 'Em Up.

    Smokin Aces, Wild Hogs, 300, Shooter, Hot Fuzz, Next, Spider-Man 3, Knocked Up, Evan Almighty, Live Free or Die Hard, Ratatouille, Transformers, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Simpsons Movie, Bourne Ultimatum, Superbad, War, 3:10 to Yuma, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Kingdom, We Own the Night, Rendition, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, I am Legend, National Treasure: The Book of Secrets, The Bucket List. i'm sure there are others but this is just a list of movies from that year that i've seen.
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    Quote by TheWizard241
    Quote by DebrisStorm
    Shoot 'Em Up was one of the greatest movies of 2007. The movie was all out fun, with cartoon action and physics. Think about it, it was a live action Elmer Fudd vs Bugs Bunny. It was a very fun action film.


    here's a bunch of movies that came out in 07, i'd have to say every 1 of these is 10x better than Shoot 'Em Up.

    Smokin Aces, Wild Hogs, 300, Shooter, Hot Fuzz, Next, Spider-Man 3, Knocked Up, Evan Almighty, Live Free or Die Hard, Ratatouille, Transformers, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Simpsons Movie, Bourne Ultimatum, Superbad, War, 3:10 to Yuma, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Kingdom, We Own the Night, Rendition, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, I am Legend, National Treasure: The Book of Secrets, The Bucket List. i'm sure there are others but this is just a list of movies from that year that i've seen.


    The Simpsons Movie
    Resident Evil: Extinction

    Are fucking trash.

    Simpsons movie is so overrated. Shitty half ass jokes, gay ass look cgi animation, and basically a fucking hour long "special" pass off as a pathetic excuse for a "feature film" that was asking you to pay to see it. Garbage. I hate that movie.
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    Quote by 80sJersey
    I just have to say, if a film does not feature one or more of the following: Sid Haig, Clint Howard, Michael Berryman, Bruce Campbell... In my opinion, it's probably not worth watching.

    Just one man's humble opinion. (Mr. Campbell is widely recognized as the finest reverse actor in the world.)


    With Gary Busey or Michael Ironside as a villain.

    Worse all time action film IMO, And this is coming from a guy who has some cheaply made films in his library would have to be "Dead men dont dance". I rented this and the gratitude that I feel for not owning it is offset by knowing at I'll never get that 90 minutes of my life back.

    Picture a low grade rip-off of GI Jane with no research done as to the US military or North Korea with the only noticeable actor being Highlander's Adrian Paul.
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    How did I not think of this before?!?! Miami Vice...Terrible, terrible movie.
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    Return of the living dead 4 and 5. In 4 they have these zombies that have weapons built into them only they never get used and these "special" zombies pretty much get one-shotted. And in 5 people are getting high off "trioxin" (the gas that makes the dead come to life) and participate in one of the lamest raves imaginable.
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    Forgive me if this is a cop-out, but I think it's pretty safe to say ANY movie with Freddie Prinze, Jr., Colin Farrell, or Jessica Biel in it.
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    It's Pat the Movie!!! >:0
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