What is the Worst Movie You’ve EVER Seen?

July 28, 2013 5 Comments

There are bad movies. And there are BAD movies. It’s subjective, of course, but what is the worst movie you’ve ever seen and what, in your opinion, made is sooooo bad?

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5 Comments to “What is the Worst Movie You’ve EVER Seen?”
  1. Robert MacDonell says:

    Melancholia is the worst movie I ever saw.
    Even worse than Borat.

  2. Oh my! Here’s a nod towards diversity. Melancholia is one of my MOST favorite movies. I thought it was by far the BEST movie of the year and still am enthralled by the opening montage. (And I have to admit that I also liked Borat, but for different reasons)

    The WORST movie I have ever seen is “The Patriot” with Mel Gibson. I wanted to tear up the screen, scream “you have to be kidding” and storm out in protest.

  3. MIchael Rosko says:

    Lots of options here. In thinking about this, I suppose candidates would have to be among films that greatly disappointed, that I paid to see, or was forced to watch, e.g. in class or on a family outing. Recent choice: Perfect Storm. Still angry at the whole idea behind the film and the ending.

    Other notable bad film: Xanadu. Only time I remember walking out of a theater.

  4. Have you ever been forced to see a film, dragged in kicking and screaming and end up really LIKING itn? Doesn’t happen very often, but, for example, I went to “Moneyball” to be a good sport (pun intended) and ended up loving the movie! I thought it was one of the best movies of the year! On the other hand, I went to see”Benjamin Button” to be a nice person and ended up hating it far more than I imagined I could!

  5. Brother Where Art Thou is one, The Little Mermaid is one, Bullets Over Broadway is one, and a Steve Allen film besides The Man with Two Brains called I think LA Story or something is one

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