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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by stosh, Aug 23, 2005.
Sin City .......... nuff said...
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Supercross, without question.
starship troopers. its so bad its awesome
Freddy got Fingered
2 weeks notice
the only time i've caught myself staring at the movie theater cieling
Memento. Ugh, what a waste of my life.
the village, with out question.
2 Fast, 2 Furious
Imo, this movie is so bad, it has the potential to help all mankind. Think about it, if you're depressed and down on yourself, what options do you have? Take medication, seek therapy? I say, watch this movie. I guarantee you'll feel better about yourself. No matter how bad you think your life is, no matter how stupid you think you are, at least you know that you don't have it nearly as bad as the people who actually put time and effort into that movie.
WTF? Sin City wasn't that bad. How can you possibly rate it the worst movie ever with all the trash that comes out of Hollywood every year?
The Bottom 100
Santa With Muscles?!
i think 'you got served' was maybe the funniest movie ive seen in the last few years. because it was so bad.
what?! the disney channel movie one?
if so, that is hilarious. someone had me sit through it once.
None of these come close to 'Taxi' with Queen Latifa. That was so awful I lost braincells.
I'd lay the blame squarely on you for even *watching* a movie like that.
Fair enough. I should have known.
i would have expected better from luc besson producing taxi. i guess you do get some screen time of victoria's secret models not so much acting as just being there looking good.
It just sucked so bad compared to the original. Luc Besson really let me down there. 5th Element ****ing rules too.
You all have obviously never seen Eyes Wide Shut. I'd rather watch Gigli while having battery acid poured all over my shaved junk while at the same time listening to the Spice girls.
What didn't you like about Memento...?
speaking of which, Spice World was a pretty good movie.... by good i mean bad.
we were in the video store the other day and they were watching sin city and i could only hear the dialogue but i thought ot myself, "i don't think i could stand to listen to this guy's voice for 2 hours. think i'll skip out. however, i have too say that Showgirls is hands down, the worst movie ever.
went and saw wedding crashers yesterday and it was flippin hilarious.
Super Mario Brothers
WORST MOVE EVER!!!!!
Paging JustJames, to the white courtesy phone please..
OK, I have a new one for you - Not really 'bad', but I challenge any of you to watch the movie '4' (a Russian 'necrorealist' art house film) and not feel highly disturbed and sick by the end.
I kept on hearing everyone say that it was an absolutely amazing movie and everything. It just bored me though. I sat through and watched the whole thing, and yes, I did comprehend the story at the time, but it was just boring to me.
but boring doesnt exactly equal bad.
there is plenty that is boring, but also horribly made, horribly acted, shoddy shooting/editing, etc. at least momento had some good stuff going for it even if it didnt keep you enthralled the whole time.
Horrible, yes, but Giselle saved it.
I sat through the 2nd half of White Chicks. That was bad.
I can't say that I watched that, or it will be in dh girlie's sig. :
army of darkness. but its meant to be that way, and its friggin hilarious for that.
You're kidding right?
My vote goes for House Of Wax.
Yeah, I kind of figured that one would be really bad. The worst movie ever, which I caught on HBO, "Grynd." The 20 minutes I saw actually made me mad...
monster in law, and gigli were both quite ****tastic
My vote goes for -
"The Transporter" - I can't believe they're making a sequel!
"He was a bastard... *sniff* ... but he was still my father"
I walked out after 10 minutes and went to another movie. Told my friends I just could not watch the rest of that inane movie and would meet them later. I was REALLY glad I did this.
Worst movie ever (literally) = The Adventures of Pluto Nash with Eddie Murphy
"The Adventures of Pluto Nash" (2002, Warner Bros.)
Budget: $90 million to $100 million
U.S. Box Office: $4.4 million