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post #41 of 470
I loved Tin Men, Irishmommy! (Are you talking about Danny Devito as an aluminum siding salesman?)

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The Portrait of a Lady was a snooze fest IMO
That was another one I couldn't sit through. There are a lot of Nicole Kidman movies on this list.
post #42 of 470
there are very few movies that i dont say "that was the worst movie i have ever seen" they just seem to get progressivly worse in my opinion..

i like reading better!
post #43 of 470
anyways, i think one of the worst movies i have ever seen was bi-centenial man with robin williams..it was so creepy! i could hardly watch it.
post #44 of 470
Daylily, yes I am. The only movie I ever walked out of at a movie theatre.
post #45 of 470
every Kevin Costner film I've ever seen, especially the Postman. He destroyed the book. I avoid him at all costs now.
post #46 of 470
: i've seen so many horrible movies. here are some that come to mind:

* ghost ship- never see this!
* darkness falls- never see this, either! it is so horrible.
* matrix revolutions :yawning: :Puke
* envy- we got this on netflix last week. it was just... weird. we never finished watching it.
* anchorman- okay, it was kinda funny in a lame way but definitely not worth using our night-out pass (my mom babysat and we went to a movie at the cheap theatre and we picked this one! ick!)
* bad santa- we got the unrated version on netflix. i'm not easily bothered or disturbed but this movie was just awful! so gross!

i really am a lot more cultured than this, i swear! i'm willing to watch pretty much any movie once, though.
post #47 of 470
Wow - I see so many movies listed as bad that I liked

the last one I couldn't sit through was " Bad Santa" which was a shame - it looked like a funny idea.
post #48 of 470
The Cube

Anything with Kevin Costner in it, particularly Dances with Wolves. The title always makes me want to say "Runs With Scissors".

Any movie with Richard Gere. I really hated the movie where he plays Lancelot, Sean Connery is King Arthur. What a stinker.

Most movies with Mel Gobson, except The Mutiny.

The movie with Brad Pitt and he plays Death incarnate and woos Claire Fourlani. Anthiny Perkins was in it too.
post #49 of 470
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Originally Posted by Parthenia
The movie with Brad Pitt and he plays Death incarnate and woos Claire Fourlani. Anthiny Perkins was in it too.

Meet Joe Black.

I rented that back when it first came out on video, and my roommates and I had a blast repeatedly rewinding and playing through the part where he gets hit by a bus. Poor Brad looked like a ping pong ball after a while.
post #50 of 470
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Originally Posted by Parthenia
The movie with Brad Pitt and he plays Death incarnate and woos Claire Fourlani. Anthiny Perkins was in it too.
Meet Joe Black, I believe
post #51 of 470
Thread Starter 
This list is funny. Some of my favorite movies are on here like American Beauty. I couldn't leave the theater for 10 minutes because I was crying so hard.

Pirates of the Carribbean was another favorite. Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow was the funniest, sexiest thing I have seen in a long time.
post #52 of 470
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Originally Posted by yeah yeah yeah
Meet Joe Black.

I rented that back when it first came out on video, and my roommates and I had a blast repeatedly rewinding and playing through the part where he gets hit by a bus. Poor Brad looked like a ping pong ball after a while.

Count to 10, breathe in, breathe out..............repeat. China finds her center....

I remember seeing that in the theatres ~ every single person laughed hysterically, while I think I was scarred for life..............

(You and your roomates were rewinding the wrong part ~ you should have rewound the scene where Death is doing Susan by the pool........)
post #53 of 470
Yeah, Meet Joe Black. DH and I saw that movie the day after we got married. He knew I wanted to see it because Brad Pitt was in it. I could tell he thought it would be a turkey, but because he's a sweet DH and he knew the movie would make me happy, he agreed.

After the movie I tried to point out the good points. I tried to accentuate the positive. But the fact is, the movie sucked. I felt bad for Brad Pitt.

And since then, DH rents the worst movies on the planet, and always wants me to watch them with him. Our marriage started with a bad movie, and I pay for it every time dh's Netflix choice arrives in the mail.
post #54 of 470
I have seen a lot of bad movies, this is my short list.

Breakfast of Champions with Bruce Willis
Torque I liked the motorcycles hate the actual story
Postman - it was like watching every movie cliche there is
Earthquake- it is an old 70s movie starring Charlton Heston
Eyes Wide Shut- legs wide open...
The Fighting Temptations- Beyonce was in that one
With the exception of Selena...any movie with Jennifer Lopez in it
Falling Down - I think this was it, with the Rock in it.

There are a lot more, but these are movies that make cringe.
post #55 of 470
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Originally Posted by yeah yeah yeah
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?
Did you know they made a sequel to the Cube...for the humanity!
post #56 of 470
I have to agree ~ the movie did suck, as did "The Mexican" , with Pitt & Julia Roberts. That movie was painful to sit through ~ had it not been for him, I would have walked out.........I could not get the hang of James Gandolfini being gay ~ I don't have a problem with actors cast in gay parts, but in my mind, he'll always be Tony Soprano, you know?
post #57 of 470
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Originally Posted by Rhonwyn
This list is funny. Some of my favorite movies are on here like American Beauty. I couldn't leave the theater for 10 minutes because I was crying so hard.

Pirates of the Carribbean was another favorite. Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow was the funniest, sexiest thing I have seen in a long time.
Where is American Beauty on this list? I didn't see it. After seeing it, I felt that it was the most perfect film ever made. In fact I said that it wasn't so much made as it was born. I may have been exaggerating a bit. But I was blown away (no pun intended).
post #58 of 470
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Originally Posted by UnschoolnMa
The Ace Ventura movies were painful
Oh, yes. I once had a boyfriend whose favorite movie of all time was "Ace Ventura, Pet Detective." He'd watch it over and over again and crack up through the entire thing every time. How it took me more than a year to realize our relationship was doomed, I will never completely comprehend. :LOL
post #59 of 470
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Originally Posted by JennInSeattle
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!
I was... temporarily, anyway. It haunted me for weeks. I kept going over it again and again. And then I got kind of angry because, really, I thought it was crap, overall. It pissed me off that I was being haunted by a crap film. So.. in with the good air, out with the bad air... and it was gone.
post #60 of 470
Don't know if it's been mentioned here, but Beloved HAS to be the worst movie I have ever seen!!!! With Oprah Winfrey
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