|15th Dec 1999, 11:18 AM||#1|
What is the the worst movie(s) of all time.
My Vote (in no piticular order):
<LI>All J.C. Van Damne movies
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|15th Dec 1999, 10:12 PM||#4|
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Here are mine
<LI>Gymkata (a no doubter)
<LI>License to Drive
Those are just a few.
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|15th Dec 1999, 11:35 PM||#5|
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NO doubt at all
B/W no soundtrack, a scene in which this family are waiting to cut this turkey(size of a sparrow)Eraserhead cuts it and it starts moving and squacking.
Bad, Bad ,Bad
|16th Dec 1999, 12:01 AM||#6|
Any Jim Carrey comedy film, but perhaps especially the Ace Ventura films. The jokes are weak and this Jim Carrey fellow really acts like a bloody f***ing &$%#*& idiot who needs someone to shove his dick up his @$$.
I'm tempted to nominate all James Bond movies, too. This Bond fella's just a sexist-cum-old-timer-British-imperialist who serves that good-ol' Her Majesty squatting on that throne. I hope they'll eventually make a Bond film in which he falls into some big puddle of mud and his oh-so-immaculate three-piece-suit becomes all filthy and he gets surrounded by a crowd of young kids laughing away at him. That ought to make him learn a bit of humility.
|12th May 2001, 06:56 PM||#8|
the mummy.. horrible piece of crap. no storyline, ultra predictable, weak acting, booooooring.. bad. very bad.
Just another blockbuster.. ha.
compare a piece of crap like that to schlinders' list for example
i saw this alien rip-off once.. made my blood boil.
REALLY they had copied the exact same scene, were john hurt is convulsing and the alien protrudes his chest, looking around, and makes his move for the "airvents"...
how about that eh? Trying to copy one of the best sf-horror movies ever.. incredible
titanic why yes afcourse
godzilla.. my god(zilla)..
that 1996 sf movie, with will smith and jeff golblum, you know with the space invaders, those big ships..
jeff g. hacking an alien mainframe with his.. laptop..
and the alien ships, hey check it out, the seats were "human-sized". Yeah, mostly common in an alien vessel..
.. independence day..
i hate blockbusters
|12th May 2001, 07:01 PM||#9|
Hey, I forgot that one! ID was definitely one of the worse movies of all time. I like Sci-Fi as a genre, but I don't like a lot of sci-fi. Or put another way: I like Sci-Fi a lot, but I don't like a lot of Sci-Fi "
Among those things that NeoNite mentioned was the fact that: The aliens were about to destroy this city right? The beam was all charged up, ready to go, last minute (typical huh?) some one kills it, but the thing MISSES the WHOLE city that it was right on top of when it crashes!?
|12th May 2001, 07:19 PM||#10|
Learning how to pilot an alien vessel, in 2 minutes...
They enter that vessel, sit down, take the steering wheel, eh... destroy a control room(?) and amazingly enough, pilot the ship and take off.. wow.. wow.. wow..
i'd say, that dog got lucky too right?
|12th May 2001, 08:31 PM||#11|
|12th May 2001, 08:59 PM||#12|
Plan Nine from Outer Space is often considered to be bad because it was slopily made.
The Rapture (the one about Judgement Day with Mimi Rogers) is the most depressing movie ever made. Although it was very skillfully made, almost nobody sees movies to become depressed. Therefore, maybe, this qualifies as the worst movie ever made.
|12th May 2001, 09:04 PM||#13|
let me pull out my VR gear and hack microsoft and we'll see if it works
"I leave Sisyphus at the foot of the mountain. One always finds one's burden again. But Sisyphus teaches the higher fidelity that negates the gods and raises rocks. He too concludes that all is well. This universe henceforth without a master seems to him neither sterile nor futile. Each atom of that stone, each mineral flake of that night-filled mountain, in itself, forms a world. The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy."
|13th May 2001, 12:36 AM||#14|
All your hidden faces, Your seven veils unfold. Give me forbidden places, All your tales untold.
Give me ever and always, Ever and always, Body and soul
|13th May 2001, 01:06 AM||#15|
Probably not the worst movie, but the first one I thought of...
Ernest Goes to Africa
Good Lord does this movie suck. I'd swear the budget for this movie consisted of $3.50. It makes Ernest Goes to Jail seem like it had a $400 million budget in comparison.
|13th May 2001, 02:47 AM||#16|
I love the Bond films.
Here is my list of $hit movies in no order:
Wild Wild West (never saw it but I am sure it sucked)
Battlefield Earth (never saw it....)
Pretty Woman (I hope she gave Richard Gere's character V.D.)
Any thing that Disney has done except for Tron and maybe Pear Harbor. We will have to see about that one.
Titanic (most unrealistic scenerio for a relationship I have ever seen.)
Steel Magnolias (the most painfully boring chick flick I have ever seen)
Any Rat Pack Movie
Mission To Mars (total rip off of 2001)
Anything John Travolita has done except for Pulp Fiction and Saturday Night Fever.
Any Madonna Movie
Flowers In The Attic (I have never seen a more depressing film)
All of the Teenie Horror movies such as Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, etc.
Any film that takes place far in the past but has current pop culture slang and values in it.
Interview With The Vampire (vampires are so cheesy)
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|13th May 2001, 03:02 AM||#17|
Wow, somebody's digging in the old sh!t.
But now that I think about it...
Mission Impossible 2
Any movie with Tom Green
|13th May 2001, 03:13 AM||#18|
Worst Movie Ever that officially received a reward for sucking deep:
Plan 9 from Outer Space, made by the Worst Film Maker Ever.
(The main actor (blonde hair, tall and thin) died during production, so they replaced him ... with a small and fat brown-haired guy) (the "saucers" actually were saucers, like those you put under a tea-cup , with a strongly visible string to maintain them in the air) (this movie actually lacked scenario too, but it's too long to explain )
Other movies that suck:
Asterix and Obelix (French movie, the scenarist hadn't even read a tome of the comics, i really regretted paying $0.5 for watching this one. And i had a hard time staying until the end.)
Independance Day and his Super-US-President that goes fighting Aliens in an airjet (along with some local farmers, who were taught in a few days how to pilot ), where J.Goldblum hacks into the Alien MotherComputer with a virus he made on his PowerBook. Why, it is a known fact Aliens use Windows98 I consider "Mars attacks" to be a parody of Independance Day, and a funny one.
BeoWulf: someone has to tell Christophe Lambert that scribbling on the film with some black crayon is NOT a cool "special effect". And that a movie needs some credibility too.
Any "Pokemon" film. Add any reason here.
Any film that stars Steven Seagal as the main character. Mr. GoodGuy is here. Terrorists attack. He kills them one by one. Mr. GoodGuy wins. The End.
Actually i liked Titanic and Gattaca.
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|13th May 2001, 03:27 AM||#19|
Not because it's the worst film, but it's the most disappointing. Scream1 rocked, Scream2 was so-so, but 3??? Plotless, characterless, no twists.
Hercules and Disney's latest cartoons.
Fce it guys, since the original 101 dalmations (which rocks), you've produced nothing but cheesy schmaltz. Yuk. Firebomb the lot.
|13th May 2001, 03:49 AM||#20|
gah! Stop the bears!
The Avengers. My GOD! Sean Connery must really have needed the money, to be in that load of dross...
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