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Some people have mentioned Bond I actually hate the Daniel Craig Bond its Connery all the way for me <3

 

Thunderbirds (2004) - So awful that I can't even put it into words.

 

Alien: Resurrection - Again no words for just how awful this movie is, its only saving grace was that it had Sigourney Weaver in it.

 

The Time Machine (2002) - Sorry but compared to the 1960 version this one was terrible.

 

Planet of the Apes (2001) - After watching this I think I died a little inside because it was so bad. The original 1968 version is one of my all time favorite movies and this new version just butchered it completely.

 

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I think I said it before in an old version of this thread, but the worst movie I've seen is Slaughtered Vomit Dolls. Do NOT go looking for it unless you enjoy gory/sick movies. In fact don't even go looking for it if you do like those kinds of movies.

 

It is absolutely putrid, but not even because of all the vomit and torture (and yes, it is real vomit.) It's completely nonsensical and is one of the only movies that made me feel like I really threw away part of my life by taking the time to watch it. Even Murder-Set-Pieces, horrible though it may be, had a plot. Even Battlefield Earth has a PURPOSE to its existence. All you need to know about Slaughtered Vomit Dolls is its title, because that's all that happens in the movie. There is no explanation other than that.

 

Runner-ups are the ^two aforementioned movies. Bonus awfulness: the director of Murder-Set-Pieces gets the special distinction of being so incredibly desperate for attention that he posts on the IMDb board for his own movie in order to pi'mp it out.

Edited by Koroshiya-Ichi

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Krull... My gods, it's horrific.

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The live-acton DBZ movie. Oh god make the images go away.

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Any Carry on movie I think there a waste of Film! that and the early Bond films

 

Thank god for Danial Craig wub.gif

I'm sorry, but I have to disagree with you there.

 

Daniel Craig is an action movie star, not Bond.

 

I'm not saying that I didn't like Casino Royale or Quantum of Solance, because I did, but he just couldn't carry off the Bond persona. He had no charm, no finesse and no manners. He was cocky and smug throughout both movies.

 

He makes a good action star, but Sean Connery is the best (and sexiest) Bond to date.

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IT.

 

>.> It, to me, was HORRIBLE.

LOL. AND (don`t ask me about it, but) my friends put in part 1 before part 2.. >.> So..

 

Maybe that`s why it sucked? xd.png LOL.

 

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Alvin and the Chipmunks; the squeakquel.

 

Err.. It stretched out what should have been the very beginning of a movie. Seriously, not a movie. More like an episode. dry.gif

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Jonathan Livingston Seagull. The movie.

It was soooooo boring. It's like:

"I'm a seagull. I was born in the spring. I liked flying differently from the other seagulls. The other seagulls sent me into exile for it. I died in the winter. I kept on narrating for like another 30 minutes even though I was dead. By the way, my entire life is a metaphor. The end."

For like an our and a half, in a monotone voice.

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Worst movie: Bloodrayne. Don't watch it. Really.

it had ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the game it was based after.

the game is great and i would recomend it. but the movie sucked. end of story.

 

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Trust me, guys, I've seen about every video game movie going and I've never seen one I found as tedious and pointless as Crysis. Sometimes bad movies can be enjoyable, in a weird was, but I've yet to find anything redeeming in something this generic and mediocre.

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Meet the Spartans - I couldn't finish it >_<

I loved meet the spartans. It was so bad that it was good. "He looks like a Ken doll." - "Shut up, it's cold!"

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Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

 

It was a beautiful film, shame about the plot.

I loved that movie D:

 

Twilight movies and Eragon are the first ones to pop in my head as stuff I wish I hadn't watched sleep.gif

 

Mind you, I know there's a lot of equally bad or worse movies around there, but I've read their reviews in many cases and often know what I'd avoid.

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Hercules...and Disney's Robin Hood. *sob* Candy Candido, why do you do this to me?

 

Avatar is pretty bad, too. And I'd say Ferngully if it didn't have Batty.

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The worst movies I have personally seen were Electra and Cat Woman...*shivers*

And pretty much 90% of everything made by Dreamworks animation.

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Lies and Illusions... end of Christian Slater's and Cuba Gooding Jr.'s acting careers, nuff said

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Twilight, mainly because I enjoyed the books until the movie stuff began and spoiled all of it.

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Meet the Spartans - I couldn't finish it >_<

+1

 

Simply horrendous. Only redeeming factor? 'I'm gonna go Hercules on your ass.'

 

As for the Bond comment, I thought Bond was generally supposed to be a grim character in the original Fleming novels, and it was really the movies that made him the dashing and charismatic Bond we know.

Edited by Kestra15

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Twilight. Ugh. It's disgusting.

^ agreed.

I read all the books and LOVED them. But I was very disappointed at the movie tongue.gif

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My Baby's Daddy or something like that, closely followed by Forty-Year Old Virgin. Neither of which I wanted to see but the first, I was supervising my youngest sister and her friends on her birthday party, and the latter, I was overruled. :\

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Team America.

 

Within the first ten minutes I wanted to kill myself rather than watch another second of it. Unfortunately my parents didn't want to leave. I settled for trying to read my book by the light of the screen and trying not to listen. >_< Worst..... how long WAS that anyway? it felt like eternity..... of my life.

 

When I saw the Golden Compass movie I died inside, but that cannot compare to how sickened I was by Team America. Not even having to sit through Enchanted and Eragon can compare. I never saw the Twilight movies (hated the books) so I cannot compare those. But this is, to date, the only movie in which I seriously started contemplating killing myself to get away, and the only (intended comedy/political pride) movie I have walked out of then promptly thrown up.

Edited by Layn

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