Duplicity, stars Julia Roberts & Clive Owen. This movie had good reviews, tho I can't imagine why anyone thought it so great, it was simply confusing & blah.
IKR! and redundant
Anything with Will Ferrell.
i hate you.
Princess bride and The Forgotten. I couldn't get past 10 minutes of Princess Bride. THe Forgotten was just.....weird
Mel Brooks, who has had great hits, really missed on his History of the World Part One. We left the theater because it was so lame. Late '70's.
Possibly The Room
My cousin actually helped work on the movie. He knows Tommy Wiseau the writer, director and star lol. Weird guy
Hands down "The Toolbox Murders" takes my vote. Shoddily filmed, bad lighting, bad acting, and predictable plot line.<br />
It happens in an partially-constructed building floor, where construction is underway so there's a lot of filmy clingy plastic sheets everywhere (that yes, the protagonist continues to trap herself in when pursued by the murderer).<br />
Of course there's the "janitor" who keeps his toolbox in the ba<x>sement. The couple in the room next to the protagonist argue a lot and the walls are as thin as paper. Suddenly, arguing is cut off and of course they go to investigate. So-and-so next door has been killed by using tools from a toolbox. DUN DUN DUNNNN.<br />
Anyway, predictable plot line ahead, she investigates and almost gets murdered, at the end they finally have the murderer hanging from the neck down the side of the building, strangling. The scene cuts back to the protagonist saying the usual sort of "that wraps everything up here" line - and when I first saw this movie I literally said as this was happening, "it's going to cut back to him and he's not going to be there, and there's gonna be dramatic music" - and that's EXACTLY what happened. <br />
NO TRACE of the guy so it remains a mystery and unfortunately open for a *shudder* more horrible sequel.<br />
I have never watched this movie again and never intend to. I suppose if Hell were to exist for me, it would be to watch this awful, predictable, and badly acted, portrayed and filmed movie for all eternity :(
Oh it's good for a laugh, but not for a good film at all. I'm glad I could warn you before you fell for the eye staring out from a toolbox on the front cover of the DVD, tempting you to watch it. LOL :)
Glitter. totally unwatchable. Its not even bad in the awesome way...just bad
Bowling for Colombine...Micheal Moore. Just trash.
bad teacher. in my opinion lmao
no Julia Roberts, and Clive Owen
Twilight. Tintin had a better love story.
Have fun. P.S. there isnt even a love story in it. Its acualy pretty sexist. Still awesome though!
"The Blair Witch Project." I may have seen worse, but thankfully, I can't remember.
Lady In The Water.....a total waste of time
Plan 9 from outer space.. You can literally see the wires holding the UFO's up... terrible movie
Waterworld with Kevin Costner - really really stupid
The ripoff 2012 movie that has a similar cover to the one with John Cusak in it. No one seems to really act, plot is almost unrecognizable to someone with now religious information, it almost looks like they sprinkle fake snow in front if the camera on a few scenes. Ends with some chick birthing a child in a temple in south america with some random people meeting up for it.
Yeah its cruel and unusual punishment in all 50 states.
Can't recall, left very quickly
Well, it was a movie I didn't actually see all the way through as I couldn't stand it, so I left. It was The Adventurers ba<x>sed on Harold Robbins novel of the same name. The worst I've seen that I did stay and watch, was Viva La Muerta. Spanish with English subtitles. It was so awful, I stayed because I was hypnotized by how horrible it was. I couldn't believe it could get any worse, but I was wrong. The further into the movie it got, the worse it got. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066530/plotsummary
Exactly. It was awful.
Jack and Jill Adam Sandler was too funny for that crap
The worst one lately is Extremly Long, and Encredably Crappy