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Initial post: 24 Mar 2009 16:26:24 GMT
By a million miles,"Escape to victory" absolutely bloody awful film,Bobby Moore and Pele arse-kissing Sylvester Stallone,i should bloody coco!!!

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Posted on 24 Mar 2009 17:31:08 GMT
Henry James says:
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Posted on 24 Mar 2009 20:19:55 GMT
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I would say the worst film I have seen is "What Happens in Vegas". Went to the cinema to see this and we (my boyfriend & I) actually walked out about half way through. That alone is saying something as we NEVER go out and the cinema is SO expensive. The 2 lead roles are excrutiatingly annoying. Cameron looked like the Jokers daughter who'd been on a sunbed for about a month and Ashton - Well, don't even get me started on that muppet. I suppose I should tell you a bit about the story but to be honest its so crap its not worth the energy. Its basically full of arguments that are not real arguments just fake shouting. Then we're supposed to want these 2 clowns to get together. Who really cares. we didn't. If you haven't seen this already, I urge you not to bother. Stay in & do some ironing instead. You'll have more fun.

Posted on 24 Mar 2009 21:31:58 GMT
Flyboys. Because it is a very badly shot film. You just have to see the amount of cheesy shots where enemy pilots are snarling at one another when side by side, if it happened once or twice in the film I would've accepted it but no it happens in virtually every action sequence and looks really bad and there's also a scene where a pilot is less than a foot away from crashing his plane into the ground and, without a scratch on the plane or himself he flies back up! It's virtually almost impossible for that to happen. My dad also picked out endless Historical loopholes and other muck ups in the film, it's just terrible.

A close second is Batman & Robin when I see it as a third sequel to Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher's franchise.
However if you see it as a sequel to the sixties film then it's slightly better from what I recall.

Posted on 24 Mar 2009 22:46:00 GMT
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JONESY says:
4 weddings and a bl--dy funeral or Wimbledon. Both were choices made by the other half and were truly chronic. If 4 weddings was supposed to be the harbinger of new British comedy we might as well give up. Truly terrible.
I think i ruined Wimbledon for other cinema goers by various sarcastic comments.Sorry and all that, but this film is another example of crass, useless filmmaking and i couldnt let its inanities pass without comment. Hated it with a vengeance.

In reply to an earlier post on 24 Mar 2009 22:46:18 GMT
"Mojo" bloody awful film,like self harm but without the release.

Posted on 24 Mar 2009 23:10:47 GMT
The worst "film" I have ever seen is Helter Skelter, which is a 1949 film about a girl who can't stop hiccupping. It stars lots of well known comic actors from that era and was "directed" by Ralph Thomas. Helter Skelter is so bad that it does not deserve to be called a film. I think it was supposed to be a comedy.

The worst reasonably well known film I have seen is The Cassandra Crossing. I hate it.

Posted on 24 Mar 2009 23:37:29 GMT
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Posted on 25 Mar 2009 01:02:23 GMT
Jason X. its the ONLY film i have ever turned off. as soon as his head grew back i thought, naaahhhh.

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 01:07:28 GMT
P. Allan says:
You've Got Mail - it was shown on a plane I was on.

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 01:40:01 GMT
C. Damu says:
Funny Games- completely pointless.

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 07:18:51 GMT
NonModo says:
Pearl Harbour - went straight to my bin.

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 12:36:50 GMT
Dr Nick says:
Lost in Translation - zzzzzzzzz....

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 15:53:07 GMT
Last edited by the author on 25 Mar 2009 15:55:21 GMT
John Gammon says:
I've seen a lot of unwatchable films, but I'd unrecommend - if there isn't such a word there ought to be - The Angelic Conversation (1985), which consists of grainy stop motion images of two gay men slowly moving together while Judi Dench reads Shakespeare's sonnets. I saw it on a Derek Jarman double bill. The first film was reasonably well received, but this one emptied the cinema so that I became the only person watching to the final minutes. Film can be art, but it doesn't seem to be the right medium for artiness - this is why Andy Warhol's films are so boring and Len Lye's lively shorts aren't. Movies represent a drain on the time of busy people and audiences will become insulted and hostile if they feel their time is being wasted. Once the audience realised there was nothing in The Angelic Conversation that wasn't in the first five minutes, they left - hence the cleared cinema.

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 19:44:59 GMT
Ms. Ann W says:
"crossroads" with britney spears lol. it was awful. good comedy although it was not meant to be. there is this scene where she is about to sing in a bar for tips because they are out of money...
she goes "no, no i can't" and sings all shy then... surprise surprise!! she pulls out of the bag a rockfest of singing and dancing on the tables. people in the bar appear from no where and before you know it a small humdrum town has just handed over their life savings and britney and her pals have enough money to go globetrotting in style. hideous film!!

Posted on 25 Mar 2009 23:43:20 GMT
Has to be "Dark City". I sat down, popcorn in hand, then came the movie. Eager anticipation swept through my mind as this movie sounded superb. Boy, i was sooooo wrong. Floating individuals that never really touched the ground, and oh I nearly forgot, oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Its all they seemed to say while floating! Lol, What a load of pants.!!! Oh and "the Lakehouse" Whats that all about? Check out the lip syncing when they say the dates to one another. Lol. Something went on there!!

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Mar 2009 00:36:58 GMT
I agree it was pretty pants but defo not the worst film ever!

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 11:03:25 GMT
Stuart says:
The Stone Merchant. Hilariously awful.

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 15:16:38 GMT
M. Keast says:
Don't Mess With Zohan (or whatever it's full title was). Took my little brother to the cinema to see it as he loves Happy Gilmore etc - it was so bad it actually put me in a rage for several hours afterwards. Don't ever watch it - it's 2 hours of your life you will never get back. If I ever see Adam Sandler he owes me 2 cinema tickets (plus damages!).

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 18:14:02 GMT
L. Camuti says:
DePalma's The Black Dahlia...hands down.

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 19:01:53 GMT
the worst film ever made is titanic

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 20:15:07 GMT
Lynn Dickson says:
It has to be "A Summer Place". My God, what a drag! Or else "Blowing Wild". Talk about cliches! As for Summer Place, don't the women ever take their pearls and high heels off! And I swear nobody ever at or went to the loo in the movies back then. There's no sign anyone ever uses the kitchen EVER!

Posted on 26 Mar 2009 20:26:13 GMT
Lynn Dickson says:
Another one which really depresses the hell out of me has to be Jane "bloody" Seymour in "Jamaica Inn". I've never seen anything so dismal and bleak and boring. She irritates me on the best of days and she certainly doesn't improve my opinion of her in this rotten thing.

Posted on 27 Mar 2009 09:12:47 GMT
K. Walker says:
Hercules in New York - with a young Arnold Swartzenegger - absolute rubbish

Posted on 27 Mar 2009 11:02:44 GMT
Blair Witch. The only real horror was being forced to watch it round my mates. Amatuerish garbage badly made and acted. Doh!
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