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Worst Movie You ever watched in your life?

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#1 by valerie » Sat Sep 03, 2016 20:26

That is a difficult question even if I did ask it. :lol:

There was one recently I started watching and I could only take a few minutes of it before
turning it off. I don't even really remember the name.....something like 'In Their Brain'.

I hate not to watch a movie to the end no matter how bad it is but in recent years, I'd
have to say that they sure make a lot of terrible movies. I guess since the internet and
streaming that a lot of low budget movie making and most of it is horrible.

What is the worst movie you ever watched?
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#2 by chelariusergiu » Sun Sep 04, 2016 10:33

Jack and Jill by far. :lol:
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#3 by Charez » Sun Sep 04, 2016 11:17

Snow White and the Huntsman, it was in 2012, a real scam
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#4 by Marcel-R6 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 06:52

Catwoman without any doubt.
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#5 by abhi_debsharma » Mon Sep 05, 2016 08:32

Riddick , worst movie ever.
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#6 by Marcel-R6 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 08:34

abhi_debsharma wrote: Riddick , worst movie ever.

Seriously Riddick?
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#7 by BouldRake » Mon Sep 05, 2016 08:47

That's a tough one...Pulp Fiction, The Godfather, Titanic, The Matrix. I can't choose between them. They all have the same problem - everyone went on and on about how good they were, but no matter how many times I try to watch them, I can't get more than a quarter of the way through before I want to eat my own brains.
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#8 by Marcel-R6 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 09:03

I do agree with the Matrix(Didn't make any sense to me) and Titanic yuk I fell asleep during it :lol:
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#9 by abhi_debsharma » Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:08

Marcel-R6 wrote:
abhi_debsharma wrote: Riddick , worst movie ever.

Seriously Riddick?

Hahahaha.. yup , everyone has their own taste in movies.. :D

as you mentioned , you hate matrix and titanic.. ;) but i love matrix series and titanic. :mrgreen: :lol:
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#10 by kwimy » Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:25

Undoubtedly Primer, many say it´s a cult film that makes you think and you have to see it several times to understand it,blah,blah,blah...but I saw once and never do it again, it's worst than a kick in the genital area.
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#11 by seaeagle » Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:28

The Mist.

Why? Because I had read the Stephen King novella many years earlier, and it was the only story of his that had ever given me nightmares, and I had been dying for it to be made into a movie, and it took 27 years for that movie to finally arrive, and the movie was fantastic for 99% of its length, and then the bloody director changed the ending & completely destroyed what made the story such a fantastic one!!! I have never felt so disappointed at the end of a movie as I did after viewing that one.

The worst movie just for being a really crappy movie? Has to be Sharknado. I know everyone watched it, but a movie where you tip a tankful of sharks into almost every scene (bedrooms, bathrooms, restaurants etc) I found to be a complete waste of my time & I switched it off after about 40 minutes.
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#12 by Sarah_Hill » Mon Sep 05, 2016 11:26

BouldRake wrote: That's a tough one...Pulp Fiction, The Godfather, Titanic, The Matrix. I can't choose between them. They all have the same problem - everyone went on and on about how good they were, but no matter how many times I try to watch them, I can't get more than a quarter of the way through before I want to eat my own brains.

Don't you follow Game of Thrones? I know, it's a series, but still. I'm just saying because virtually everyone went on about how good it was before I finally started watching it... and now I say the same. And I remember having read some post of yours where you commented about a couple of characters from that series. So perhaps the problem is not what others said, but that you simply found those movies of no interest at all.

Anyway, the worst movie I've seen so far is a Spanish one called El Asombroso Mundo de Borjamari y Pocholo. I think it's been the only time when I haven't been able to stand the entire movie, it was unbearable.

On the other hand, I do enjoy watching actual crappy movies once in a while, like the so called B movies, such as Sharknado for example. Mainly because I'm open to a wide range of movie genres, and these ones are often really good to unwind and laugh your head off. Of course, some of them are horrible and you soon find yourself wondering when the characters will get beheaded. :lol:
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#13 by tiagopedroso » Mon Sep 05, 2016 11:44

50 shades of grey
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#14 by BouldRake » Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:02

Sarah_Hill wrote: Don't you follow Game of Thrones? I know, it's a series, but still. I'm just saying because virtually everyone went on about how good it was before I finally started watching it... and now I say the same. And I remember having read some post of yours where you commented about a couple of characters from that series. So perhaps the problem is not what others said, but that you simply found those movies of no interest at all.

I have watched Game of Thrones, but that was more me trying to do a pop culture reference than me actually liking it. It's okay, but it's just okay.
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#15 by S_Abbott » Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:45

Sarah_Hill wrote:
BouldRake wrote: That's a tough one...Pulp Fiction, The Godfather, Titanic, The Matrix. I can't choose between them. They all have the same problem - everyone went on and on about how good they were, but no matter how many times I try to watch them, I can't get more than a quarter of the way through before I want to eat my own brains.

Don't you follow Game of Thrones? I know, it's a series, but still. I'm just saying because virtually everyone went on about how good it was before I finally started watching it... and now I say the same. And I remember having read some post of yours where you commented about a couple of characters from that series. So perhaps the problem is not what others said, but that you simply found those movies of no interest at all.

Anyway, the worst movie I've seen so far is a Spanish one called El Asombroso Mundo de Borjamari y Pocholo. I think it's been the only time when I haven't been able to stand the entire movie, it was unbearable.

On the other hand, I do enjoy watching actual crappy movies once in a while, like the so called B movies, such as Sharknado for example. Mainly because I'm open to a wide range of movie genres, and these ones are often really good to unwind and laugh your head off. Of course, some of them are horrible and you soon find yourself wondering when the characters will get beheaded. :lol:


Bolded by me: LMAO! My husband and I absolutely LOVE to hate and love Sharknado and its ilk! We're huge B movie fans, and pick out the characters we want eaten or beheaded or pulled apart. I know, it's awful, but they're so dang funny and stress relieving.

I think any movie made by M. Night Shyamalan just turns my stomach and I either walk out of the theater or turn the TV channel when one comes on.

And it really gauls me to see any of the old classics remade in this generation, so basically any of the newer remakes are on my YUK list. The actors are NOT anything like they used to be, there's so many metro sexual men now trying to act like "real" men, and the women are too "hooker-ish" to be believable.

There are so few really good movies now. :( And so few really good actors.
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#16 by BouldRake » Mon Sep 05, 2016 13:45

But films that are so bad they're good is cheating, otherwise the only answer anyone can give is Plan 9 from Outer Space
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#17 by Nikorj » Mon Sep 05, 2016 14:33

House of the dead or alone in the dark by Uwe Boll.

That guy makes some outstandingly bad horror flicks.
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#18 by valerie » Mon Sep 05, 2016 14:44

I think the day and age a movie is made/comes out, has a lot to do with a person enjoying it or not.

Take the movie 'Jaws' for example. That movie was great when it came out. We had never watched
anything like it before. However, today if a teenager was to watch it they'd probably yawn through it.
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#19 by evenublueg » Mon Sep 05, 2016 14:54

"The Millers" was one of the most stupidest movies ever made. Is this what Hollywood does just to make a paycheck? :o
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#20 by BouldRake » Mon Sep 05, 2016 14:56

valerie wrote: I think the day and age a movie is made/comes out, has a lot to do with a person enjoying it or not.

Take the movie 'Jaws' for example. That movie was great when it came out. We had never watched
anything like it before. However, today if a teenager was to watch it they'd probably yawn through it.

Yeah. My Nephew - fifteen years old- watched the Exorcist the other week, and told me how pathetic I was for thinking it was scary.
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