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post #21 of 470
Oh, yes, The Thin Red Line.
Hands down.
post #22 of 470
Brain Candy...
What a crazy, awful movie.


Other ones would be -
Riding In Cars With Boys
Daredevil ( :Puke ) Soooo bad
post #23 of 470
Mystic River was dreadful for me personally (the point of the movie I mean) but I thought the acting was decent. I like Sean Penn's acting. What else? The Ace Ventura movies were painful lol, Fern Gully 2 (and this ticked me off because Fern Gully is one of my faves of all time), Every Land Before Time after the first one was icky, Battlefield Earth. I didn't much care for Cold Mountain other than Renee's role.
post #24 of 470
Glen Gary Glenross

The Cable Guy
post #25 of 470
The only movie I ever walked out of is...
Heat.

It has Deniro and Pacino, so it's supposed to be good. But holy cow, talk about boring -- it's like the director didn't cut ANYthing.

Unfortunately I had to wait in the lobby b/c DH didn't leave with me! :LOL
post #26 of 470
The ones that quickly come to mind are:

Leaving Las Vegas

Sleepy Hollow, which I was prepared to love.....costumes and Johnny Depp! But, alas, it was awful!

Paycheck

Almost all Disney movies, especially Hercules

The Postman

Fairy Tale

The Four Feathers- I turned it off after an hour



Kristi
post #27 of 470
Battlefield Earth was so gruesomely terrible. It's the only movie I've ever heard people laughing out loud and never seen so many leaving! We were laughing too LOL.

And tragically for me, "Mists of Avalon" which as a book I adore desperately. The movie was so appalling I didn't even finish watching it sob sob.
post #28 of 470
The Beach, with Leo Dicapprio. Awful and I couldn't stop watching the train wreck. I want my 2.5 hours back.
post #29 of 470
I have seen a lot of movies that I did not like, but the one which really sticks out in my mind was one I went to the theater to see.


I was about 19 and I went to see Hocapontus ( yes, I DID spell it Hocapontus, don't give me a hard tiem about that if you know what is good for you ! ) and it was so bad that i started to CRY ! I guess I was naieve enough to ASSume that it would be a good movie along the lines of Beauty and the Beast, one of my favorite disney movies.


I was in shick through out the rest of the movie. It as awful and nothing but lies and then more lies on top of htose lies. It had a horid plot and ton of...UGH. Just thinking about it now gets me angry.




I refuse to say the title of that piece of trash correctly ever. I still want to cry when I think about it. I mean..what the HECK where they thinking , making that ? And what was I thinking, going to see it and actually paying money and standing in line for it ?



Also, I don't get Woody Allen Movies, and since he married his step daughter I am too icked out to watch them now and even try to get one.
post #30 of 470
Woody Allen and Bette Midlers movie

"Scenes from a mall"

That is the absolute WORST movie ever. It's gotta be. And I love Bette
post #31 of 470
There have been so many but I've walked out on my fair share of movies and can never remember what they were because I cared so little about them!

8MM with Nicholas Cage was very disturbing and I don't think I'll ever forget it. I'd like to erase that one from my memory - although suprisingly enough no one else was scarred by it!

Pirates of the Carribean was pretty aweful but struck me as funny if you can believe that! So everytime I think of that movie I want to laugh!

More bad movies are slowly coming back to me now but only scenes from them and not their names so I'll leave it at those two!
post #32 of 470
Wow. Home Fries was truly wretched. I didn't think anyone else saw it!

I usually manage to avoid seeing movies that I think I'm gonna hate, ie Battlefield Earth, Hope Floats - but a couple always sneak through!

Runaway Bride made me want to puke.
post #33 of 470
Eyes Wide Shut with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Horrible movie!
post #34 of 470
Dances with Wolves is my old-standby, and has been the movie that I've HATED since I saw it at 10 or 11 years old.

However, closely (& I mean very close) edging up on the above tripe is 8 ½ Women. So boring, so offensive. I will never get that $7 or 2 hours back.
post #35 of 470
Let's see, I have watched many a bad movie, even Reefer Madness.

I would say that off the top of my head, House of 1000 Corpses was the worst movie I have ever seen all the way through. I don't mind vast amounts of gore. Vast pointless amounts of gore bother me. It played for 1 week here, and when we went to see it, everyone walked out of the theatre but me and my friends. We got free passes for sticking it out.
DH would tell you that Blade Trinity may win now, though. He saw it yesterday.
post #36 of 470
re: home fries, the worst part is that i paid to see it in a theater.

I know i'm alone in that i really liked waterworld and the postman [what can i say: i like that kind of post-apocalyptic fantasy], but i didn't like ...oh shoot what was the name of it? the one about the slave ship? to clarify, i know it's not in the same genre as the other two, but what i mean is that it's a movie that received high acclaim, but i didn't like.
post #37 of 470
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Originally Posted by UUCCMom
I know i'm alone in that i really liked waterworld and the postman [what can i say: i like that kind of post-apocalyptic fantasy], but i didn't like ...oh shoot what was the name of it? the one about the slave ship? to clarify, i know it's not in the same genre as the other two, but what i mean is that it's a movie that received high acclaim, but i didn't like.
Amistad?
post #38 of 470
Cube or 3000 Miles to Graceland.

Just. Awful.

I think Battlefield Earth is hilarious. I mean, it's about an dreadlocked alien from the planet Psyclo. What's not to love?
post #39 of 470
Tin Men or Life of Brian.
post #40 of 470
amistad, yes, that was it. ok maybe not the worst movie ever. i thought the storyline was good but god they just dragged it out for ever!!!
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