The WORST movie you have EVER seen

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  1. MandyMarie

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    My Dad and I caught this in Denver on opening day...the theater was packed and we were the only ones looking at each other like, "this is horrible!" We're both huge horror geeks and hated it. I think its the only movie I've ever walked out on.
     
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    Proof that Highlander 2 is not Sean Connery's worst movie.
     
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    There are so many candidates. And there are so many bad movies that I love to watch! But how about Red Sonia?
     
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    One thing that comes to mind is "A Dirty Shame" from 2004. Sitting through that piece of **%&* was tough.

    Furthermore I'd rather have root canal work done than sit through any Pedro Almodóvar movie. "Todo sombre mi madre" is a good example.

    The worst ever was a film made here in Luxembourg called "Räuberinnen". I wasted some very precious time of my life watching that one.
     
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    So many. Hannah K was execrable. The last Die Hard was utterly ridiculous.
     
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    Not the worst I've seen, but apparently the worst I've subjected others to:

    Santa And The Ice Cream Bunny

    So bad our guests threatened to leave if I didn't shut it off.

    A movie made in Florida by a guy who normally shot soft-core, about Santa getting his sleigh stuck in sand. There's the director's entire previous movie version (including credits) of Thumbelina stuck in the middle for no reason. And you only see the bunny at the end.

    This year, my christmas movie is The Christmas Martian.
     
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    If the line you are refering to involves eating kitty cats, I have heard it. The wife and I were watching this terrible movie one Saturday afternoon when " the line " came out. We both looked at each other and had to use the cable box to rewind it to make sure the actor had actually said it. :eek:

    This is the link to the youtube clip of " the line." If you are not an adult above the age of 17,do not click on this link. If you are easily offended, do not click on this link. If you are looking for a pick - up line, do not click on this link. I am not embedding this so no one will accidentally click on this and be scarred for life.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1XOfHax6Q8
     
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    When Women Had Tails, and the sequel, When Women Lost Their Tails.

    Really.
     
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    If I know a film will be bad I will avoid it, so I haven't seen many of these. I've never walked out of a theater although I've turned off DVD rentals.

    However:

    Battlefield Earth. Holy crap what the hell was that?

    Eraserhead. I know it's suppose to be art and edgy and whatever, but I just thought it was stupid.

    A movie who's name I can't even remember: A paper making plant is dumping mercury into the watershed and it's causing the local bears to turn into monsters. I didn't walk out but I did warn people in line to save their money.

    Broken Arrow with Travolta. When it finished I found myself thinking "Why did I do that to myself?"

    The worse movie EVER is one which I'm actually afraid to watch. It's called "Human Centipede" and it's basically torture porn masquerading as a horror film. An insane doctor kidnaps people and for some reason which I really don't want to know surgically connects their bodies a-hole to mouth creating a human centipede.

    I've heard about it, I feel damaged by the fact that I even know it exist.
     
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    Avatar.....not even a good kids movie.....and how many humans drank it up ...yukkk!!
     
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    Titanic
    Pineapple Express
    Land of The Lost

    And pretty much any movie with Will Ferrel or Seth Rogan. Those two are completely overrated.
     
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    What a great movie that was.

    I hated Tron, and I hated Pretty Woman. It's really not fair to mention crap like The Legend of Boggy Creek, since movies like that were never inteded to be any good.
     
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    "Lady in the Water," M. Night Shyamalan.

    So bad it made me want to break something. And I am a man of long patience. But not that long.
     
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    Last year a girlfriend and I had this thing where we would search for a crappy movie, just so we could make fun of it. I found the perfect movie for that. Me, her and her son stayed up late and watched "Sharks In Venice". Now it's not THE worst movie you'll ever see and it might even be one of those so-bad-it's-good...nah, it sucks. But it's a great movie to pick a part.

    One scene had Baldwin (yes, there's a Baldwin brother in this movie) and his hotel room had been trashed and I shouted out "There was a shark in here". Girl and kid just about died when I did that.
     
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    Grown Ups.

    contest over.
     
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    Good calls, both. John Woo's US movies have all been so disappointing. Torture porn? No thanks, I love horror movies, but that's a different category.
     
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    If a film is bad I switch it off, so I've seen very few that I'd consider bad enough to mention..

    The worst I've seen through would probably be Battlefield Earth. And even that isn't so bad as to be unwatchable. (It's still pretty awful though.)
     
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