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worst film you've ever seen ?

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Posted on 7 May 2009 17:45:59 BDT
R. A. Caton says:
Carry On England
So bad it would disgrace LWT on a wet Sunday. All the cliches from TV desperately recreating those characters while Kenneth Connor suffers from constipation.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 May 2009 08:34:06 BDT
David Craig says:
Re Brick: you didn't.

Posted on 8 May 2009 13:46:07 BDT
matt 13 says:
Cold Mountain - So mind numbing it nearly gave me a stroke

Posted on 8 May 2009 17:06:39 BDT
freddietash says:
The Thin Red Line....A host of big-name stars in it, but I couldn't tell you what it was about. I felt as though I'd lost nearly 3 hours of my life!!

Posted on 9 May 2009 08:18:58 BDT
I am Legend..Will Smith and the Thin Red Line, both Awful.

Posted on 9 May 2009 16:08:32 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 9 May 2009 19:39:13 BDT
Tim.T says:
Bill Graham: you'll be pleased to know 'Swept Away' won at least 10 Razzies - Worst Film, Worst Director, Worst Actress...etc.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 May 2009 19:55:48 BDT
Tim.T says:
G.Peter: you may also be shocked to know John Travolta is actually proud of 'Battlefield Earth'; he considers it one of his better films. Enough said, really.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 May 2009 20:16:07 BDT
Tim.T says:
Mr B J Fitzgerald:

I'm not that keen on 'This is 'England', either, though maybe for different reasons to you. It was just endless white, working class self-loathing at its worse, where anyone of ethnic origin was portrayed as a saint (even the black kid who was a drug dealer), while white kids were portrayed as foul-mouthed no-nothings who had no culture of their own (and people wonder why so many are drawn to the BNP?). It culminated in the Thomas Turgoose character throwing the St George's flag in the sea with contempt. Well sorry, that wasn't the England I remember then, and it isn't the England I know now. Its apologists go on about its soundtrack and about how it simply explores the true nature of the 'skinhead', which may be true, but only up to a point. The truth is that the endless swearing and a retro Ska soundtrack do nothing but accentuate just how naff this film was. Some may find it fashionable, even obligatory to indulge in a bit of white self-flagellation, but I don't.

Posted on 11 May 2009 11:15:12 BDT
DoDo Fan says:
Any film (except the first one) involving anything to do with Crocodile Dundee !! Just pants!

Posted on 11 May 2009 12:46:34 BDT
Dah Da vinci Code... but watch this space... Angels and Demons might outdo it. Transparent pretentious anti-Cathoic diatribe. Actually Tom Hank's purposeful folly of trying to negate anything about God was present in Castaway (where he substituted a Wilson ball for God!)

Posted on 11 May 2009 20:05:04 BDT
Dr J says:
That would have to be 'Revolution' with Al Pacino and Donald Sutherland. Worst acting, filming, and script I've ever seen or heard.
Followed closely by "Goonies." I hate that film more than anything. I get angry just thinking of that movie.

(Now, this excludes such nonsense films like "The Three Stooges meet Godzilla in Outer Space")

Posted on 11 May 2009 23:57:14 BDT
Bulldog says:
Forrest 'bloody' Gump. People hate me for hating this film, but I truely can not stand it.

Posted on 12 May 2009 00:34:03 BDT
G. Beckett says:
Lawnmower Man 2 Beyond Cyberspace. You know a sequels going to be bad when the characters from the first film are played by different actors in the second but I can honestly say Its the worst film I've ever seen, the storys crap and very very boring. Total Garbage!!

Posted on 12 May 2009 00:40:15 BDT
This is supposed to be a list of worst films ever? Classified by the acting, the plot, camerawork? Titanic? Wimbledon? These people should get out more. That is just mindless prejudice. Flawed, yes. Worst ever? Hardly. Who else has seen 'The Earth Dies Screaming'?. The early films of David Jason?
These are truly diabolical.

Posted on 12 May 2009 21:36:18 BDT
JS says:
awake... the beginning was okay but as soon as he came out of his body everything went downhill
it was just not scary... just boring, unrealistic and just a waste of my least it was really short!

Posted on 12 May 2009 22:12:27 BDT
without a doubt matrix revolutions, what a bl--dy dissapointing end to the trilogy

Posted on 13 May 2009 21:58:47 BDT
It's a close thing, for me, between "Brokeback Mountain" ('coz that'd really happen, wouldn't it?) or "Cold Mountain" (For being long, pretentious and pointless.)
In fact, I'd steer clear of anything with Mountain in the title!

Posted on 13 May 2009 23:44:36 BDT
Forrest Gump. The biggest steaming pile of unmitigated...!!! (deep calming breath) Well, I loathe this film with a fiery passion

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Last edited by the author on 14 May 2009 00:33:38 BDT
A. Sophie says:
I found ''Dark City'' quite engrossing actually. It has an original plot and it was my favorite film when I was younger. I think it must appeal to my 'wishing I had supernatural powers' side... :)
'The magic door' has to be the most boring film I've ever watched with the most atrocious acting ever. It was so bad it felt like they were reading their script, and I have never wanted a film to end more quickly than this one nor gotten so frustrated I wanted to slap the 'actors'.

Posted on 14 May 2009 05:14:14 BDT
the ralph fiennes but that was a horrible movie! oh and that hideous thing with pamela anderson...cant remember the name...sooooooooooooooo bad!

Posted on 14 May 2009 08:41:17 BDT
N. Forbes says:
the worst is the 2006 'The Fog' remake. However 'Ray' and 'The Terminal' were the most dissapointing

Posted on 14 May 2009 10:51:43 BDT
Oh dear, I got loads of bad films I have seen of late but the real awful ones were:
W: It had Josh Brolin and Ioan Gruffudd in it, Gruffudd was in one damn scene and the ending made no sense at all!
The Ruins: Sick horror, had a ending again with no sense in it at all!
That's all I can think of at the moment!

In reply to an earlier post on 14 May 2009 18:08:36 BDT
Oh, I like 'The Earth Dies Screaming', it's a bit cliched, but quite eerie.
My own choice would be 'The Nightcomers', a ridiculous prequel to 'The Turn of the Screw' by Michael Winner. An amazingly hammy performance from Marlon Brando and laughable ''shocking'' sex scenes.
Another, more recent, contender: 'Red Planet'. The first thirty minutes or so were not too bad, but after that it was embarassing.

Posted on 14 May 2009 18:39:58 BDT
Queen Bee, the Pamela Anderson one is probably Barb Wire.
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