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Live action of Cat in the Hat, it was crude and disguisting to watch.

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortant Event and Beowulf: I wanted to rip out my eyeballs and ears when I was watching them.

You insult me!!! A Series Of Unfortunate Events was ok! The books are AMAZING! The movie was a tad of a downer! The first three books squished into one! The first has the marriage at the end of teh first book! In movie its at the end of everything!

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Son of The Mask! Terrible plot! Bad acting and... erg bad overall

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Sticking with one genre here: thrillers and/or horror.

 

One of the worst movies I have seen is Swimfan.

 

Generally awful. Bad acting, tepid script.

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0283026/

 

This movie sounds good but was a snoozefest: Hostel

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450278/

 

As an alternative to Hostel, I recommend 1408:

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450385/

 

It is also a B horror movie, involving travelers, but more watchable.

 

 

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Iron Skies

 

Brief summary: In 1945, Nazis escaped to the dark side of the moon and are now coming back to take over the world. And no, it's not as bad as it sounds. It's worse.

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There are a tone of movies which are enerally awful but I'll stay with three

1)The dogtooth: A film of raw violence with no point. Challenging only for challenging. Idon't have a problem with raw scenes when it's for a purpose (eg Trier, Cubrick, Arnowski), but in this movie it was for nothing.

2)The attack of giant Musaka: Awful script (I think the title speaks on its own) and an awful casting full of untalented models. The case: Aliens come to earth and accidentally throw a laser beam at a musaka which gets enormous and alive and begins hunt people. The comments are yours...

3) Rambo: The clishe script of the good American saving his country from "bad terrorists" (How are you saving your country by fighting people who never attacked you so many miles away?). Violence with no point and millitaristic content (and then people wonder why there is war).

 

P.S. I know that a lot of American will get offended with what I said for Rambo so I'm telling this: I don't have problem with you guys, but with your goverment who does wars (and mine of course who supports them). War at Vietnam was another war who costed many innocent lives, as war at Yugoslavia, war at Palestine or like the war which is going to be at Syria. Saying there is "terrorism" and invading in one country and killing people is not awful.

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Sorry for double posting but I forgot a number 4 category

4)Troy: Everyone is taking an ancient greek myth and abusing it violently. We used to read the translated poems of Homer as a lesson when I was at school. What we were reading according to this, was completely different and off course much better. That movie was humiliating.

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I'm a huge fan of B movies (particularly SyFy brand things like Sharktopus) that are more or less made to be bad- the're just so easy to laugh at if you don't take them seriously. That being said, there are a few things that even I have not been able to find the hilarity in:

 

The Last Airbender. This should have never happened, period. There is no way to condense so much amazing show into so little movie, and I'll not even get into the problems with the casting.

The Day The Earth Stood Still: the remake with Keanu Reeves. The original was so simple, so eloquent- this tried WAY TOO FREAKING HARD and they cut out the phrase that the original movie was best known for- "Klaatu barada nikto" was never once uttered.

The live action Super Mario Brothers Movie - I have a soft spot for this one, because I love Mario and this is a nostalgia trip for me, but admittedly, it IS pretty damn terrible. I'll write this one off as a guilty pleasure.

 

Star Wars episodes 1-3. Give me 4-6 any day.

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Snow White and the Huntsman. Also Twilight.

 

Kristen Stewart is THE WORST actress. In Snow White and the Huntsman, she was crowned queen. You'd expect her to be happy, right? Nope. Blank face. The plot moved too quickly. You never got any background on any of the characters. Also, the Evil Queen was prettier than Snow White! That's not supposed to happen. The only good thing was the special effects.

 

I absolutely loved the Twilight books, but the movies screwed it all up. So many important things were left out. Edward failed miserably at trying to be depressed.

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I've seen three listed in the last couple of pages here that I wholeheartedly agree with.

 

Lemony Snickets - why bother if you're not going to do it right?

 

Deathly Hallows - the earlier movies were a lot of fun, but Deathly was dead, and the 2nd half was just armed robbery. And does anyone else think Emma Watson's acting ability disappeared as the series progressed? When she has to "laugh," I cringe.

 

Titanic - well, I avoided it, just because I heard the soundtrack. I don't feel like I've missed anything.

 

And to add my own: I need to try watching it again, but I loved the original three Pirates of the Carribean movies, and could hardly stand to watch "Stranger Tides." What happened?

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Event Horizon. It's the only movie my friend and I walked out on.

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Snow White and the Huntsman. Also Twilight.

 

Kristen Stewart is THE WORST actress. In Snow White and the Huntsman, she was crowned queen. You'd expect her to be happy, right? Nope. Blank face. The plot moved too quickly. You never got any background on any of the characters. Also, the Evil Queen was prettier than Snow White! That's not supposed to happen. The only good thing was the special effects.

 

I absolutely loved the Twilight books, but the movies screwed it all up. So many important things were left out. Edward failed miserably at trying to be depressed.

I don't think either of those movies are 'bad' for what they're trying to do (basically, a teen romance novel but without substance or developed characters not too different from many WB shows). But, I completely agree that Kristen Stewart is one of the worst actresses and ruins these movies further than need be. I just can't understand why people love her so much as an actress. I've seen SyFy movies (you know the ones) who have better actors than her and THEY'RE not even trying. She can't express emotion to save her life. She deadpans every scene she's in. And when she TRIES to show some emotion it just comes out sounding like she has really bad constipation. I don't feel any warmth off of her performances in any movies i've seen her in, even when there's supposed to be some.

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Hostal3/Hostel 3

 

way too lame effects/anything to be considered a horror movie

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There was a movie I found on Netflix, so I'm not sure if it's a B movie or not. It's a "horror" movie, but it was flat out disgusting. And this is coming from a girl RAISED on horror movies!

 

(spoilers in yellow)

 

The movie was called 12/12/12. We watched the first 30 minutes before getting too uncomfortable and stopping it. First scene: birth of a child. No biggie, right? WRONG. You get close-ups of everything. It was like a twisted porn movie. And then the baby (who is supposedly the son of Satan) KILLS the doctors and the midwife. But the mom cuddles it and takes it home, completely ignoring the fact that her baby just killed two people. After being disturbed by that, we were treated to the husband performing "favors" for her. Again, awkward close-ups. Then the husband dies about 1/4 of the way through the movie, comes back, and RAPES her. Again, CLOSE-UPS.

 

I have a high tolerance for gore and whatnot, but this movie was so awful and tried way too hard. Disgusting.

 

EDIT:

 

Prometheus - hands down.

Actually, I enjoyed Prometheus. Being raised on the Alien series as a child, I thought it was a beautiful film. Sure it had kinks and down sides, but I loved seeing the connections with the first movie. And besides, with visuals like that, it's hard to call it a bad movie. I sat there in a *figurative* puddle of nostalgia. I loved it.

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Twilight, regretfully, all of them

 

so alucard from hellsing walks into a stephanie meyer convention....

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This Means War.

 

I don't know if that was aimed at action fans or romcom fans or both, but the mix did not work.

 

It really wasn't funny enough to either make the absurd bits work, and it wasn't action enough to forget about the absurd bits. And the whole world complains how Bella can be okay with being stalked by Edward - in the light of this, I have no idea who thought it would be a good idea to have the girl stalked by two guys and she's okay with it.

 

The acting isn't even bad, it's just the movie that's bad. The story, the pacing, the dialogue, the jokes... I feel it never decided what it wanted to be and ended up a mess.

 

I still watched it whole because Tom Hardy looks great in it xd.png

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Percy Jackson, they get EVERYTHING wrong!

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The Factory.

Not the WORST movie i've seen, i'm sure, but definitely one of the most disappointing waste of times i've seen in a long time. The story is obviously trying to be Crime Noir, but it fails by having all these character inconsistencies, plot holes and weird tonal changes with even stranger visual tones. And on top of that, they stuck every Crime Drama cliché you could possibly find, tossing in some cuss words and some stereotyped "dark" characters to make it more 'gritty' (which I found just to be a really bad attempt). The only redeeming factor was the villain who was screwed up and really disturbing and I wanted him to get caught ASAP. And it was turning out to be 'meh' for the most part until the ending. THAT ENDING. I seen it coming from a mile away but I didn't want it to happen and yet it did. Basically, the main character's partner ended up being the villain's wife which makes absolutely NO sense despite their attempt to shoehorn in scenes to show the viewer that this was indeed something they planned from the beginning. It was just the most headache inducing ending i've seen in a long time.

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Oh, of course "God Bless America" was annoyingly self-righteous. I really hate that "nobody's smart but me" mentality and this movie was pretty much just patting its own back the whole way through. And I actually like some dark comedies!

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I tried to watch Twilight, because people kept telling me it was wonderful. Ten minutes in, I was screaming inside, 'No, no, no! This is beyond boring. It's catatonia-inducing.'

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I find it weird that so many people dislike the Twilight movies. Yes, the story is insane and the acting very bad, but I actually thought that they were beautifully photographed and the scripts did a good job of conveying what little story there is.

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The Last Airbender... I wanted to die the whole time I was watching.

 

If anyone wants to hear me rant about it, just let me know ;3

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Sharknado.

 

 

It was so bad, soooo bad.

 

 

It was so bad that I couldn't stop watching it. There were tears streaming from my eyes over it. My stomach hurts from laughing.

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I find it weird that so many people dislike the Twilight movies. Yes, the story is insane and the acting very bad, but I actually thought that they were beautifully photographed and the scripts did a good job of conveying what little story there is.

 

I agree, blah. However, for me and a lot of other people, the negative just overwhelms the positive.

 

The cinematography was beautiful, and because it was filmed here in Vancouver, the scenery was gorgeous, too. And so, if the plot of the movie had been the beautiful scenery, that would have worked. Unfortunately, the plot of the movie was about those characters. The script may well have been brilliant, but that made no difference to me because it was acted so badly.

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