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#41 Posted on 22.7.08 2326.03
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Butcher's Wife, Date Movie, and Devil's Rejects by far. All three sucked really, really bad.
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#42 Posted on 25.7.08 2101.47
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The Company of Wolves....utter garbage

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087075/

and Platoon.
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#43 Posted on 27.7.08 1529.55
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WTF? Platoon was the worst movie you have ever seen in a theater? That is blasphemy!!
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#44 Posted on 2.8.08 0406.38
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It was hard coming up with one because I put them out of my mind. After a Batman discussion with friends, I forgot the crapfest that was Batman & Robin.

Ice skates in their boots? Diamond powered suits? Batgirl is Alfred's niece? Nipples on the costumes? Ug.
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#45 Posted on 3.8.08 0223.01
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    Originally posted by Wpob


    WTF? Platoon was the worst movie you have ever seen in a theater? That is blasphemy!!


Hated it so bad I wanted to leave halfway through. Couldn't stomach the anti-American garbage.
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#46 Posted on 6.8.08 0825.08
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    Originally posted by Zeruel
    It was hard coming up with one because I put them out of my mind. After a Batman discussion with friends, I forgot the crapfest that was Batman & Robin.

    Ice skates in their boots? Diamond powered suits? Batgirl is Alfred's niece? Nipples on the costumes? Ug.


I just rewatched all the Batman movies (it's for my dissertation). Looking at them objectively, Batman and Robin was actually a lot better than Batman Forever. Of course, they're both pretty much shit compared to the Burton films, but the thing you have to realize is that Schumacher was trying to make comedies like the '66 tv show. The first twenty minutes of Batman and Robin (which includes the impromptu hockey match) are pretty bad, but after that the film is actually kind of funny. Batman Forever, on the other hand, has this weird mix of funny and serious, like Schumacher's trying to do his own thing and ape the Burton films at the same time. Neither the funny stuff nor the serious stuff winds up working real well. And both Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey mug so bad that the film is basically unwatchable any time they're on screen. I'm not sure I'd go so far as to recommend that you watch them both again, but if you did I think you'd see what I'm talking about.
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#47 Posted on 7.8.08 0745.01
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I think the only movie I've walked out on was Any Given Sunday. Probably be willing to give it another chance but at the time, it was just dragging on and on and I couldn't handle it anymore.
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#48 Posted on 7.8.08 1042.21
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It's a tie between Mr. Wrong and Wing Commander.

Mr. Wrong features an infatuated Bill Pullman romantically obsessed with a pre-closet Ellen Degeneres. There was nothing redeemable about that movie, except maybe a Mexican children's choir singing an 80s song at their wedding.

Then there is Wing Commander. It has no value whatsoever unless you knew about the PC game, which I did not. Also it had the one-two punch of Freddie Prinze Jr. and his best friend who has been in every movie starring Freddie Prinze Jr. It was a huge turd on a stick and I still won't forgive my friend for making me see that movie.
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#49 Posted on 21.8.08 0006.44
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    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    Clue. The ONLY movie I've ever walked out on. Tim Curry can kiss my ass!


I know it has been a month, but I am still compelled to tell you about how wrong you are. I can recite almost all the dialogue in this movie.

As per the question, when I was at college we had a dollar theater, so I saw a lot of movies (and a lot of shit). I have never walked out of a film, but I wanted to walk out of Mars Attacks! It was the most unfunny film I have ever seen.

Honorable mention goes to Batman and Robin. I went to a sneak preview of the movie Contact, and Batman and Robin was shown for free after it. Therefore, I didn't feel quite as bad as I would have if I had to actually pay money to see B and R.
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#50 Posted on 22.8.08 0954.30
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The Gift. I was seriously considering demanding my money back, but the woman behind the counter looked an older, angrier, more wrinkled version of the actress who played Mrs Landingham in The West Wing, so I thought better of it.

The Hollow Man. I actually fell asleep. My friend was more entertained by my snoring than the actual film.

A (dis)honourable mention has to go to Judge Dredd. Usually, I get an abnormal kick out of watching awful movies, but even this was too much for me. And they didn't even use "I Am The Law" by Anthrax on the soundtrack. What a jip...
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#51 Posted on 28.8.08 2250.36
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    Originally posted by Spank E
    The Gift. I was seriously considering demanding my money back, but the woman behind the counter looked an older, angrier, more wrinkled version of the actress who played Mrs Landingham in The West Wing, so I thought better of it.


The Gift was a really good movie. I remember going to see this movie in the theater only for one reason (okay, two reasons). I ended up really liking the film. For someone who has gone to movies based on the women in the movie (Teaching Mrs. Tingle, Cruel Intentions), I was pleasantly surprised.

Oh, and another terrible movie I saw in the theater was The Cutting Edge. The group I was with at the time pretty much enjoyed it, but I was depressed by how boring and predictable it was.
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#52 Posted on 3.9.08 1502.09
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Encino Man. Ugh, such a bad movie. Fortunately, I was with a friend and we were seeing it at a drive-thru as a doubleheader along with Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, which I enjoyed.

For my part, I turned my head towards the back window of the car and just watched Batman Returns for the second time; it was playing on the screen behind us.

Honorable mention: Batman and Robin.
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#53 Posted on 4.9.08 0717.58
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Superman III or IV. Take your pick. They both were just awful.
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#54 Posted on 4.9.08 0931.07
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    Originally posted by RecklessEric
    Superman III or IV. Take your pick. They both were just awful.


Oh brother, you called it. I just recently got a twinge of nostalgia for Superman III (first I was old enough to see in the theatre) and watched it again. Dear lord, the only good thing was Chris Reeve flexing his acting chops during the evil-Superman scenes.
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#55 Posted on 11.9.08 0716.54
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BioDome- my GAWD that was bad.

So I married an axe murderer-I died a little inside that day.
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#56 Posted on 16.9.08 1242.00
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Wing Commander and Batman & Robin both immediately spring to mind. Wing Commander probably gets a pass because I knew it was bad going in. My friend literally called me and said "Let's go see the worst possible movie at the theater"...and, boy, did we pick right.

I'd give an honorable mention to The Crow: City of Angels. The first one is one of my favorite movies ever, by far. I knew it wouldn't be the same without Brandon Lee, but just...wow. Wow. Wow.

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#57 Posted on 1.7.14 2333.47
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Transformers: Age of Extinction was absolute garbage.
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#58 Posted on 2.7.14 0705.22
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Can't believe I haven't answered this one before

LEGEND with Tom Cruise, Mia Sara & Tim Curry (imdb.com)
Only movie I have ever walked out of and at that point in my life I was usually too drunk to be able to walk.
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#59 Posted on 2.7.14 0726.07
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I am going with Star Trek V as the first time, I realized I was watching a bad movie. Then again, I thought III was bad as well til I got older and realized its an excellent epilogue to Khan. Nemesis was bad until the pretty good space fight. Lost in Space and Sphere come damn close.

Clue is amazing and my wife's favorite movie. Platoon is one of the best war movies, because war is not black and white.
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#60 Posted on 2.7.14 1240.35
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Heartbeeps.

I was 14 years old when that came out. I loved both Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters and of course, Taxi, so I figured t had to be good.

Wrong. It was awful. Mind numbingly awful. So bad that I have never seen it played on basic cable ONCE!
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