BAD FILMS

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  1. Toto'sDad

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    The movie in second place is twenty hundred three light years behind this, the undisputed champion of bad movies of all time..

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    I went with some friends to watch Teen Wolf Too. It was so horrible, that after it was over, none of us said anything about it to each other. We left the theater talking about other stuff.
     
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    B4EE3E1F-7155-4637-A1C0-BBDB481C50FA.jpeg Bought this out of a supermarket basket
    Worst £1.00 i ever spent
     
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    I plan on checking this thread out for my “must watch” list in lockdown times. So good....
     
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    Food Fight. Playstation ( the original model ) graphics go to meet a script, but catch the wrong bus.
    The entire Twighlight series. My wife enjoys them, I leave the room. MDF levels of acting with dialogue pauses so long, they fracture time itself.
    Atomic Blonde. I have few words to describe it. Those words would be censored here anyway, so an attempt would be as futile and worthless as the film.
    Battlefield Earth. I could eat a can of alphabetti spaghetti and regurgitate something more coherent.
     
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    TEEN WOLF TOO!

    Classic.

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    3 pages and no one mentioned 10,000 years BC , really mamoths building the pyramids , a tiger doesnt eat a guy cuz he saved its life once, Yeah thats going to happen,

    independance day horrible movie

    any movie with adam sandler or pauly shore

    the hills have eyes only movie I ever walked out of , I lasted 10 minutes
     
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    Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny.
     
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    You could catch leprosy from that hat you're wearing :twisted:
     
  10. Dirty Dave

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    I don't care for many 'new' movies.
    New = anything made after 1989
    Carlito's Way was incredible, and Bubba HoTep is AWESOME :)
    Most of what I think is classic, somebody else would label 'bad'.
    Paul Naschy, Leon Klimovsky, Jose Larraz, Jorge Grau, Fulci etc.
    I grew up on movies from amazing genre filmmakers like John Carpenter, David Cronenberg, George Romero, Walter Hill ..

    Everybody likes different things.
     
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    I’ve sat through plenty of lame movies in my time. The only one that prompted me to leave the theater was called ENVY. Jack Black, who I like. Ben Stiller, who I don’t like. It was like watching paint dry.

    Love Dirty Dancing. Grease. Footloose.

    Hate 90% of modern cinema.
     
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    As a connoisseur of one star films, this is giving me lots of things to seek out!

    Thanks all!
     
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    Okay, that's it. The next time my wife bakes raisin cookies and I get all excited thinking they are chocolate chip... I'm sending the whole batch to you. I mean... John Boy! In space! George Peppard! In space!
    Sorry, as a child of the '80s, Roger Corman movies are baked into my DNA. Apologies in advance.

    My picks:
    Dr. Caligari - No not the classic from 1920, the weird one from 1989. Normally, I like weird movies, but this one was just... weird
    Up Close & Personal - Do not ask me how I saw that film. I really don't know. Yes, my future wife was with me at the time, but I don't think it was by her request. Her first comment after the movie was over? "Wow, that was sooo bad".
    976-EVIL - This one usually gets tossed in the "so bad, it's good" department, but I disagree. It's so bad, it's bad.
    Rock 'n Roll Nightmare - Don't. Just... don't. Trust me.
     
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    Anchorman is such a god awful movie in my opinion with terribly unfunny humor...it's painful to watch. Even more mind boggling is that it is hailed as a classic comedy...and I usually get Will Ferrels' humor and I like him. But this movie totally falls flat in every department for me....why is it so beloved? I just don't get it. I even know people who enjoy this movie and I don't understand why...
     
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    Lady Hawk.

    All movies in our house are rated against the 'Lady Hawk o meter' for naff-ness.
     
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    I dare someone to say any Steven Seagal movie from last 20 years...
     
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    I graduated high school in 1986.
    Right around that time “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure” arrived in theaters.
    A few folks there at the school went and came back laughing and quoting lines and it sounded good.

    I actually brought a date!
    We walked out before it ended.
    I was livid.
     
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    Donnie Darko left me feeling absolutely depressed. Not classic just a pos on every level.
     
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    M. Night Shyamalan's The Village. My wife and I saw it in a theatre. We didn't walk out but when it got to the end we wondered why we hadn't.
     
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    I actually liked that movie a lot. Then again, I'd seen The Pee Wee Herman Show as a risqué skit on HBO before that, so I knew what I was getting into.
     
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