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My vote(s) would be the "Police Academy" movies, starting at "Police Academy 3" and ending at "Police Academy 50" or however the hell many they did.

As for "Bounce" ... I saw it with a girl I was dating a year or so ago, and I didn't think it was all that bad. It was mediocre and forgettable, but I've seen at least 50 movies worse than "Bounce".



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#42 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.22

    Originally posted by DMC
    Did anyone mention The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai?


I'll mention it - The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension is a great movie. Admittedly, it lacks the production qualities of most mainstream movies, and the script can be - well - esoteric in places. But it's worth it just to see John Lithgow overact ("Sealed with a curse as sharp as a knife. Doomed is your soul and damned is your life!").

Manos: Hands Of Fate may win the all-time bad movie vote, but - for films made in my lifetime (1980 on) - the ultimate piece of crap is Freddy Got Fingered. Both movies are haplessly bad - and Tom Green can't even blame it on a limited budget.

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#43 Posted on
Wow, I must be the only person who paid money to see "Men In Black II", huh? (Yeah, it was a piece of shit. The first one wasn't that great, and this was just a long agonizing retread of the first. Deal with it.)

Of course, the worst movie I was ever suckered into paying money for: "Scary Movie 2". The least funny movie ever made. A movie that was so horrible, it made Andy Richter, David Cross and Chris Elliott unfunny. Every joke was either mindnumbingly obvious or so fucking stupid it made we want to get a shotgun and shoot every braindead motherfucker who was rolling in aisles with laughter. (If you don't have a joke, just make someone fart. Or have the stupid annoying parrot say "fuck" again.) I hope both Shawn and Marlon Wayans get inoperable tumors on the base of their spines. If you liked this movie, you're a fucking idiot and I hope to christ you don't breed.

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Then we accidenly killed the Cat In The Hat when an unmanned drone mistook him for the Grinch. Frustrated in our hunt, we then threatened to invade the Jungle of Newell unless Horton the Elephant agreed to an UN Arms Inspection.

Then we figured out that Sam I Am was funneling profits from his Green Eggs and Ham business into secret Grinch accounts - and we arrested One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish and Blue Fish who were running a sleeper cell in Buffalo! And still no clue about the Grinch, even though the CIA suspects that he masterminded the recent bombings on the street where the grickle grass grows that killed The Lorax and a group of Fiffer-Feffer-Feffs! And then...

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#44 Posted on
    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    Wow, I must be the only person who paid money to see "Men In Black II", huh?


MIIB sucked ass. however, i wouldn't call it the worst movie ever (not that you are). I think "In and Out" with Kevin Cline and Tom Sellec (sp?) was pretty bad.

Freddy got Fingered even looked bad from the commercials. I stayed away from this one, as I usually do with Tom Greene's work.

Edit: i also really detested AI:Artificial Intelligence.

(edited by gargs on 21.12.02 1705)


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#45 Posted on
You all owe it to yourselves to rent "Backyard Dogs" as wrestling fans. Words cannot do that movie justice to show just how horribly awful it is. $10 says you'll end up loving it for that fact :)






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#46 Posted on
Cinderella 2. I think that needs no explanation.
I'm glad someone else agrees that Scary Movie 2 was complete trash. Unfortunately a 3rd is in the works right now, so something tells me they won't learn from their mistakes.



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#47 Posted on
I'll chime in with Manos as well. Without Joel and the bots, this movie would melt your mind. Red Zone Cuba comes really close though...

I am a fan of "bad" movies (I own much loved copies of Plan Nine from Outer Space and Barbarella), but some movies are so bad that you gotta wonder why they were put together.

For example:
Millenium (Kris Kristofferson and Cheryl Ladd in a flick about a future civilization that steals humans from doomed airplanes)
Flesh Gordon (cult classic soft-core romp loosely based on Flash Gordon)
Megaforce (over the top Road Warrior retreat)
Godzilla (the one with Matthew Broderick. When is the sequel coming out? There was one left over dammit! ONE!)

That being said, watch these good bad movies: Repo Man, Plan Nine from Outer Space, Any Godzilla/Gamera movie (I recommend Gamera vs. Zigra) , From Beyond, Barbarella.



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#48 Posted on
Sleepaway Camp is the best "bad" movie ever made. Absolutely ridiculous killing scenes are interspersed with random camping footage and you HAVE to see the ending. It is surreal: terrible and wonderful and the same time.

Worst movies I ever paid to see--
Joe vs The Volcano - So bad that Tom Hanks should have chyron running under him at all times to remind everyone who drools over his talent that he was in this.

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within - I was very pumped to see this movie as I am a FF nerd. The animation was great, but pissing on a blank sheet of paper would have yielded a better script.

Gone With the Wind - Everyone else is shooting down classics here, why can't I. To quote Roger Ebert, "I hate, hate, hate, hated this movie." It seems to be only famous because it was big and expensive. I hated Scarlet O'Haire as a protagonist. I hated that the only likable character in the movie was inexplicably in love with her. I had to watch this for school and had violent thoughts towards my likable teacher for the rest of the year because of it.

While You Were Sleeping - It could have to do with the fact that I wanted to sneak into the R-rated Pulp Fiction, got busted and had to go into the movie I actually bought a ticket for, but this is the only movie I have EVER walked out of, and I watch a lot of fucking movies. Not only did I not laugh once, but I was actually repulsed by the filthy sea of humanity who DID find this inane crap amusing.

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer - They should send out a survey with two questions.
1). Have you seen I Still Know What You Did Last Summer?
2). If "yes" to #1, did you enjoy it?

Anyone who answers "yes" to both would then be sterilized. Like the principal in Billy Madison, I feel dumber for having seen this movie.



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#49 Posted on
I think A.I. is only mentioned here because of the last 45 minutes. If Spielberg had stopped that puppy after 2 hours, easily one of the greatest ever made. But we just have to have a happy ending in all of his films, so he just added the stuff with the cloned mom, making Stanley Kubrick spin so fast in his grave he could power a small mid-western town if his grave were hooked up to a turbine.



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#50 Posted on
To those who would defend Pootie Tang: The final cut was really pretty harmless.

The rough cut was a trainwreck of misery and prayer for appendicitis.

No lie, some of the others who'd been in the theater with my lady and myself opened a makeshift support group on the Downtown N Train.

The rough cut was so mind bendingly awful I'm amazed my fiancee didn't dump me on the spot. In fact, I'm amazed she didn't bend whatever was holding her hair back that night into a shiv, and slice me from ear to ear for making her go to this thing. This was worse than "Screwed". This was worse than any Sandler flick I'd ever sat through. It had all the charm of an ingrown toenail.

The version the world saw was much, much better. And I didn't think it was all that great.

Louis CK, the *auteur*, whose standup I've long enjoyed, hurt me deeply. I will find a way to make his pay for the two and a half hours he stole from me (we had to stand in line for an hour before this abomination).



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#51 Posted on
The very existence of Juwanna Mann, The Hot Chick, Like Mike, The Animal, and Rob Schneider (post-SNL) should qualify for any list of this type.



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#52 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.65
Speaking of the pile of shit that Final Fantasy: The Spirts Within is, do you know what the last line in that movie is?

"Ah, it's warm."

OUCH



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#53 Posted on
"I think "In and Out" with Kevin Cline and Tom Sellec (sp?) was pretty bad."

Hey now, you leave In And Out alone! As for bad movies? Miss Congeniality was an absolutely worthless pile of shit, House On Haunted Hill sucked the meat missile, Scooby Doo was a waste of everyone's time, MiBII was a great disappointment, Gone With The Wind was only made famous for being technicolor in 1939, Eyes Wide Shut was a pretentious farrago of piffle that didn't deserve to be Kubrick's last flick, but for the real king of all bad movies, you can't go wrong with...

Friday 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. Not even valuable on a corny scale like the rest of the series.

Surprisingly GOOD films:

Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo
Repo Man
Loser
Clue
Weekend At Bernie's (Oh Hell yeah)
Best In Show
Jason X
The Santa Clause II
Jurassic Park III
Hannibal
And many more that I can't recall now.
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#54 Posted on

    Originally posted by StampedeFan23
    I'll chime in with Manos as well. Without Joel and the bots, this movie would melt your mind. Red Zone Cuba comes really close though...



No movie that features a musical number from John Carradine ever deserves a mention in "worst of".

I still nominate the three I picked when this was a thread back in the spring.

1. Snowboard Academy, starring Jim Varney & Brigitte Nielsen.
2. The Wizard, starring Fred Savage & Christian Slater.
3. Walk Like a Man, starring Howie Mandel & Christopher Lloyd.

I think it's just wrong to have MST3K movies in the mix. If I can though, I think the worst they did on that show was Monster A Go-Go. I'd rather watch Manos.




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#55 Posted on
"Robin Hood: Men in Tights" I didn't mind so much - I have to throw out "Life Stinks" instead as the *worst* Mel Brooks movie I've seen, as well as the "rental most regretted." Second place in that category goes to "Return of the Killer Tomatoes," which we watched back when we had no idea who George Clooney was...so who knows if it'd be better now that we DO know...?



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#56 Posted on
You can also add any movie called "Jack Frost" to the list. I've seen three (the Michael Keaton gets reincarnated as a snowman one, the evil serial killer snowman one and the Russian one from MST3K where the guy gets turned into a bear.). Although, the latter was a great episode of MST3K...

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"Every Who down in Who-Ville liked Christmas a lot, but the Grinch who lived in a cave just north of Who-Ville did not. So, the US sent B-2s to take him out - but, to our suprise, the Whos, who we thought we our allies, snuck the Grinch out inside a hollow Roast Beast. So, all we nabbed were low-level operatives, like the Zizzer Zazzer-Zuzz, who we shipped to Guantanamo Bay (and we have solid leads on the whereabouts of David Donald Doo and his Duck Dog too).

Then we accidenly killed the Cat In The Hat when an unmanned drone mistook him for the Grinch. Frustrated in our hunt, we then threatened to invade the Jungle of Newell unless Horton the Elephant agreed to an UN Arms Inspection.

Then we figured out that Sam I Am was funneling profits from his Green Eggs and Ham business into secret Grinch accounts - and we arrested One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish and Blue Fish who were running a sleeper cell in Buffalo! And still no clue about the Grinch, even though the CIA suspects that he masterminded the recent bombings on the street where the grickle grass grows that killed The Lorax and a group of Fiffer-Feffer-Feffs! And then...

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#57 Posted on

    Originally posted by Teppan-Yaki
    You'll all balk at this, but I walked out of Dumb and Dumber. Just didn't find it funny at all. Not even could Todd Rundgren's score save me from walking from it.

    Some people think Hudson Hawk blows chunks... but I LUV that movie. All I wanted was a cappucino!



FINALLY! I've been searching forever for somoene who agrees that Dumb and Dumber wasn't good. There wasn't a single part of that movie that made me laugh or even crack a smile. And what's even worse is what my circle of friends think it's the best movie ever. They watch like once a week! And there is a sequel coming out called Dumb and Dumberer. OY!

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within was definitely bad, not quite the worst movie ever but probably the most disappointing for me since i'm a Final Fantasy fan.

Most movies i wait to come out on video and then rent or wait for my friends to rent or buy then watch it with them cause i'm cheap like that, but the worst movie I actually paid to go see at a theater was Mission to Mars.

But i still think The Country Bears is the worst, followed by Little Women....I mean...NO! I didn't see little woman...i swear...i just uh...heard it wasn't good...yeah....gotta go!



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#58 Posted on

    Originally posted by CRZ
    "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" I didn't mind so much - I have to throw out "Life Stinks" instead as the *worst* Mel Brooks movie I've seen, as well as the "rental most regretted." Second place in that category goes to "Return of the Killer Tomatoes," which we watched back when we had no idea who George Clooney was...so who knows if it'd be better now that we DO know...?


Trust me, "Life Stinks" is pretty bad, but it has NOTHING on "Dracula: Dead and Loving It" as the worst Mel Brooks movie...

Other than that, there is nothing I can contribute to this conversation because too much of it comes down to people's personal opinons and not the actual quality of the movie...



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#59 Posted on

    Originally posted by HomerJFong

      Originally posted by StampedeFan23
      I'll chime in with Manos as well. Without Joel and the bots, this movie would melt your mind. Red Zone Cuba comes really close though...



    No movie that features a musical number from John Carradine ever deserves a mention in "worst of".

    I still nominate the three I picked when this was a thread back in the spring.

    1. Snowboard Academy, starring Jim Varney & Brigitte Nielsen.
    2. The Wizard, starring Fred Savage & Christian Slater.
    3. Walk Like a Man, starring Howie Mandel & Christopher Lloyd.

    I think it's just wrong to have MST3K movies in the mix. If I can though, I think the worst they did on that show was Monster A Go-Go. I'd rather watch Manos.



Isn't "Wizard" the Nintendo-product-placement-a-thon? That movie *did* blow.





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#60 Posted on
I can't believe I saw Dumb and Dumber and What about Bob? on this thread. I love those movies! Although, you do have to be a Carrey and Murray fan to enjoy them, I guess. My vote goes to a movie called Meet the Applegates, where a family of spiders dressed as humans moves into a town, and of course, the Broderick Godzilla movie. Another vote goes to the only movie I ever walked out of, Any Given Sunday. Jamie Foxx, LT, and LL Cool J made this one just horrible.



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