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Discussion in 'Audio/Video/Books' started by Babbage, 10 December 2012.
Alien vs predator 2, hands down.
Everything Michael Bay has made since Transformers.
Scott Pilgrim. Well ok, I may be able to thin of a worst one if I put my mind to it...but seriously, it's the worst one that springs to mind at this precise second.
something like dragon slayer or Dragons, something like that BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD movie
Need I say more?
Dead thread, I know, but eh.
Personally, a tie for me is Signs (Yes, the one by M Night) and Birdemic 1/2.
a tie between Saving Silverman and Samantha Darko.
Ohhhhohoho finally a thread to vend out my frustrations with two particular movies and there names are Batman and Robin and Bio-Dome! Batman and Robin should be a pretty obvious one cuz it almost killed the genre of Comic book films in general and Bio-Dome for not only being an extremely dumb movie but to have two of the most obnoxious actors I've had ever had the misfortune to see onscreen.
Aww come on, that film was hilarious!! Not intentionally, mind you, but I absolutely love that film! Everything is wrong in such a magnificent way, and Jeremy Irons is amazing in his hamminess!!
Batman and Robin is a dreadful film, but watching it nowadays gives this 'so-abysmal-it's-good' vibe, like The Room or Birdemic.
I mean, come on, just Arnie in general makes the film watchable, but by no means good.
If you want a good Batman movie, you obviously watch the Nolan ones, or Tim Burton's one.
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls
The worst movie I've been to see at the cinema will have to be A Good Day to Die Hard. It just took the idea that John McClane was just your normal cop, turned it completely on it's head and used completely ridiculous set pieces such as falling through at least 10 floors of scaffolding to land in a skip full of rubbish bins which were not full of hard objects apparently.
Worst movie I've seen away from the big screen is without a doubt The Room. No explanation required.
This award would have to go to Sharknado. I was roped into watching that terrible movie not too long ago. The fact that there is a Sharknado 2 astounds me.
Went to see Meet the Spartans back when it was still in cinemas. That may well be the worst mistake of my life thus far...
I will mention The Core too.
I seem to one of the only people on earth that like that film
I thought it was a brilliant film... Oops xD
Did I mention I hate Signs?
Ghost Rider, how and why did they make a second?