Bad Movie Thread!

Bad Movie Thread!

This is a discussion on Bad Movie Thread! within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Armycop just started a thread about Zohan and how bad it was. That started me thinking about some of the stinkers I've seen. What's the ...

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    Talking Bad Movie Thread!

    Armycop just started a thread about Zohan and how bad it was. That started me thinking about some of the stinkers I've seen.

    What's the worst movie you've ever seen? It can be a new release or an oldie.

    One of the worst I ever saw was a movie called "Ghosts Can't Do It" starring Bo Derek.

    Here is the review from Amazon.........

    "Released a decade after 10 made Bo Derek a dubious celebrity, Ghosts Can't Do It was Bo's husband John Derek's final film as a director, and it's surely one of the worst movies ever made. Watching it will induce howls from even the most lobotomized audience, making it a top choice for bad movie parties... but are you sure you want to subject anyone to the horrors on display? Bo gets in the buff for a few minutes, but no amount of nudity can compensate for John Derek's unbelievably wretched dialogue, most of which is delivered by Bo with such blank, vacuous blandness that all you can do is sit, stunned into silence by the sheer stupidity of this vanity production.

    After exploiting his trophy bride in similarly noxious movies like Tarzan, the Ape Man and Bolero, John Derek died in 1998 (at age 71), and this supernatural tripe suggests that true love reaches beyond the grave. The conceit here is that Bo's rich, much-older husband Scott (the ultra-hammy Anthony Quinn) still lusts after the hilariously distraught Katie (Bo's character) long after his suicide with a 12-gauge shotgun. But he's a ghost in need of a body to possess, so Bo embarks on a global journey to find a choice hunk of man-meat, kill him, and let Scott's spirit reap the benefits. Locations in Wyoming, Sri Lanka, the Maldive Islands, and Hong Kong do nothing to save this jaw-dropping clunker. It's a home movie made by brain-dead narcissists and should come with a disclaimer about the hazards of watching it. --Jeff Shannon"

    The movie is visually stunning filmed on location in the Rockies, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka and the Maldives and is best watched with the volume off.
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    Till I ponder this more,I must say 'BARBRAELLA'
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    Or "The Neverending Story"
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    Napoleon Dynamite

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    "Frontier Hellcat" with Stewart Granger and Elke Sommer. Trusted indian friend shoots a flintlock like a machine gun. Granger caught by indians, tied to a stake, and must shoot arrows out of the air to survive (why didn't he shoot the indians?). House full of dynamite, bad guys, and one good guy. Shoot into the house and guess which is the only one to walk out?
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    Only movie I've ever walked out of was "Rainman."
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    Mall Cop. Without a doubt the worst I've ever seen. In my 55 years, it is the only flick where I've ever walked out of the theater.

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    Well, there are tons of really, really bad movies out there, so I'll throw out two that were relatively big budget, with Name casts, and in a rational world wouldn't have been the steaming piles of dreck that they were/are:

    88 Minutes. Terrible. TERRIBLE. You have to work pretty hard to make a movie THIS bad when you have Al Pacino as a star, but they succeeded in spades.

    The Spirit was also TERRIBLE - a horrible movie in its own right, but made so much more so when you compare it to Sin City and/or 300. Even Eva Mendes and Scarlett Johansson (two of the most beautiful women in the world) can't make this thing even the least bit watchable.
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    I had to leave the theater after only watching about 20 mins of the transformers movie. But my all time most hated movie is The Thin Red line.
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    I once saw a film whose name I cannot recall, in which Earth was invaded by "space vampires." By far, it was the strangest film I had ever seen. The most amazing thing was that I stayed for the whole thing. (My friends had the car keys, which is my only explanation.)
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    Hands down: Sleepless in Seattle.

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    Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

    Retarded movie.

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    I have heard from others that it is “the room” unfortunately I missed it again this year. One of these days. Probably the worst one I have seen ever would be “daredevil”. “Jesus Christ vampire hunter” was bad to but in a better way. Ie no budget and it went with the film and had some memorable quotes.

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