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In reply to an earlier post on 6 Sep 2011 15:11:43 BDT
P. G. Croft says:
I so agree with you--truley pewk inducing. Especially the Prime minister part by Hugh Grant that was said to be based on Bliar. Jeeeeeeeeeeeez--were's that bucket again.

Posted on 6 Sep 2011 15:15:15 BDT
RachG says:
Any Nicholas Cage movie or Triangle.

Posted on 28 Oct 2011 13:35:54 BDT
Mr T says:
I cant remember the worst one
but "Tracks" with dennis hopper takes some beating

In reply to an earlier post on 28 Oct 2011 18:07:24 BDT
MarmiteMan says:
Actually, it was Erroll Flynn. Did you not know he liberated Burma single-handed ...?

Posted on 29 Oct 2011 00:14:14 BDT
american Psycho was the worst pile of crap I've ever had the misfortune to ever see. American Beauty also left a bad taste in the mouth and jaysus did i not then learn a harsh lesson the day i took all my nieces and nephews to see Elf. They cried to get out of the theatre!!

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Oct 2011 20:20:53 GMT
funny_wonder says:
Theres a hilarious scene in 'Hercules in New York' when he steals a horse drawn cab or something & uses it as a chariot. Hes supposed to be charging down the street with these galloping horses but the apparently ancient horses are just trotting & the film has been speeded up. I nearly wet myself laughing.

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Nov 2011 12:27:19 GMT
Garth Winter says:
I've sat through some appalling crap in my time, but Quintet (Robert Altman -- wtf was that all about?), Yentl (I'd rather eat my arm than see that again) and especially A Chorus Line are about the pits. I'd been watching A Chorus Line for about 20 minutes when the awful realisation dawned on me that it wasn't a joke.

Posted on 14 Nov 2011 11:02:03 GMT
Jaws 3, or it might have been Jaws 4 with Michael Caine, it was that bad i can't remember.

Posted on 16 Nov 2011 08:19:51 GMT
There are lots.
Pearl Harbour was pretty sh*t I agree

Most over-rated by a country mile is/was Avatar

Posted on 16 Nov 2011 09:14:41 GMT
Victor says:
Without a doubt the most tedious and bum numbing experience I have had the displeasure of ever sitting through at the cinema was the tree of life. What a pile of pretentious rubbish.

Posted on 27 Nov 2011 20:48:03 GMT
S. Kelly says:
The worst I've seen lately, Le Quattro Volte.

Posted on 4 Dec 2011 00:50:30 GMT
Green Street 2 & Disaster Movie.

Posted on 16 Dec 2011 12:44:27 GMT
The worst film I have ever seen is in fact relatively recent, it was Bad Teacher with Cameron Diaz. How on earth can she think it is going to do any good to her already fading career I cannot possibly imagine. The plot is absolute cr*p and the acting appalling. I do resent having paid for seeing this turd!

Posted on 16 Dec 2011 15:52:42 GMT
The Hills Have Eyes remake - the entire budget was spent on graphically burning a man to death in long torturous scenes. Also Salo:120 Days of Sodom, going by all the blurb and absolute hyperventiliating from critics and those supposedly in the know, this film was supposed to savagely and skillfully address all modern ills and be a real thought provoking experience but it seems half the screen time is taken up with two awful, ageing women dressed like Bette Davis in her Baby Jane role, grossly overacting, showing their sagging flesh and rattling off endless monotones (in loud ear grating machine gun voices) that make the words lose all impact because of the length, dullness and frequency these scenes happen. Every scene that could be shocking and thought provoking is ruined by yet more waffle and by being dragged out. I just detested it.

Posted on 19 Dec 2011 09:21:06 GMT
Ms J. Warner says:
Bridesmaids - Bridesmaids - Bridesmaids! It's the last time I let myself be talked into watching an American so-called comedy..... It was - Dire. Crass. Drivel. Un-funny!

I'd like to add Titanic but I still haven't seen it! I avoided it when it was first released - knew the story and couldn't stand the hype - and I then borrowed my Mum's VHS tape some years later thinking I must see if it is as bad as I imagine it to be. Mum died more than nine years ago and I still have the unwatched tape! I think I'm waiting for the Blu-Ray release so I can really hate it while knowing this is as good as it will ever get!

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Dec 2011 10:31:02 GMT
Eamon Veaney says:
I saw Titanic in Malaysia and they cut out the sex scene with Kate and Leonardo

In reply to an earlier post on 19 Dec 2011 15:50:21 GMT
Ms J. Warner says:
I didn't even know it had a sex scene! And I don't think I can even imagine it!?!

Posted on 20 Dec 2011 22:09:20 GMT
M. Owen says:
Magic Bubble, George Clooney in his first film. This film is probably THE worst film ever made, it had everything; boom mics in view, camera crew in mirrors, bad script, bad acting, ridiculous plot and never ending side boob from the old leading actress D:
If you're a fan of bad films (just so that you can laugh at and ridicule them) then here is the jackpot... The holy grail. This film had my friends and I crying with laughter at how bad it was but it will also fill you with a deep sense of shame.... It's THAT bad.The Magic Bubble [1992] [DVD]

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Dec 2011 17:57:07 GMT
are you kidding me??? , i never seen such a hot movie in my life ,

Posted on 23 Dec 2011 17:22:05 GMT
I watched a mates mum & dad have sex on video once, that was quite awful. Afraid of being caught by his parents, we viewed most of it on fast forward. Disturbing stuff.
As for a real film, much of what America has churned out in the last 20 years has been truly terrible. I've given up on American cinema, Americans make me feel nauseous.

My mates mum was ginger.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Dec 2011 23:19:46 GMT
M. connolly says:
i totally agree with you about 4 weddings it was trash of the lowest order, why it is si highly rated beats me. the most boring film i ever saw was pocket money with the late great paul newman, he must have been temporarily insane to have accepted the part.

Posted on 24 Dec 2011 01:27:38 GMT
Love, Actually, or anything with Hugh Grant in it. Some actors can riff well playing the same kind of role, Woody Allen, Robert De Niro. Not our Hugh as goofy upper class twit. Maximum toolage.

Posted on 24 Dec 2011 13:37:29 GMT

Posted on 25 Dec 2011 22:26:56 GMT
A 1960s disaster - Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines - truly awful - apart from playing "spot the star" with which it is stuffed with more plums than even Mrs Beeton could manage in a Christmas pud, it's a perfect insomnia cure

Posted on 28 Dec 2011 02:08:10 GMT
Honeysuckle Rose with Willie Nelson. A bloody stupid movie with lots of country music. I walked out as soon as I realized what it was. A different movie was advertised.
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