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  • The worst movie that I have ever seen is brokeback mountian
  • The worst movie that I have ever seen is brokeback mountian
  • rent - that movie was seriously retarded and i couldnt watch it anymore.
  • Scary movie. That was the stupidest thing i've ever seen.
  • The Killer Tomatoes...it defines stupidity.
  • vanilla sky, imho
  • Bounce Sweet November
  • Revenge Of The Killer Grannie or something like that.
  • Miami Vice
  • Adventures of pluto Nash The crow 2: city of angels Bloodrayne- ugh really bad.. do NOT watch Heres something interesting when I first saw napoleon dynamite I thought it was the worst. I watched it by myself and was expecting something totally different. Idk I guess I warmed up to it since so many other people enjoyed it. I DEFINITELY will NOT watch it again though.
  • The worst movie I have seen is Barnyard. I fell asleep in the movie theater. My dad and sister dragged me to go see it.
  • "Blair Witch"
  • Alone in the dark. It seemed like it was trying to be some sort of horror-action fusion, but it was trying so hard at that, it forgot to try to be any good.
  • Return to the bountiful. I had to watch it for one of my college classes. I then demanded that my prof give me my 2 hours back.
  • Ultraviolet
  • Signs, i didnt want to see that movie anyway, and it was bad until the little man in a green lycra suit walked across the screen, then it was painful!
  • Attack of the Killer Clowns STUPID!!!!!!!!!!
  • SLEVEN There are more, but I made the mistake of watching it recently.
  • Face/Off and Mr & Mrs Smith for their ridiculous gunfights (how many bullets does it take to kill someone?) ...oh yeah, and Moulin Rouge.
  • The Seventh Seal (B/W) 1957 Dir: Ingmar Bergman. The biggest waste of a roll of physical film in the history of film making. It was hailed as "one of the finest acts ever to be committed to celluloid". The director should have been committed alright. A pointless waste of 1.5 hours of your life.
  • Love don't cost a thing.Probably Nick Cannons worst performance.
  • Leonard Part 6. Bill Cosby's worst decision.
  • It was a German film in 3-D called the haunted house. And it was as crappy as the name. My teacher explained the plot after watching some of the most random rubbish in the world. A guys mum had him adopted, but then wanted him to become a rock star (?!). He got a 'feeling' that he should go to this large haunted house. Well, it turns out the devil lives in the floor (of course) and has a contract for this guy to be a successful rock n roll star if he can survive (eugh). So blah blah blah, eventually he signs contract and must play this guitar to accept. He plays, throws it in the fire and rejects it all, but winds up being a rock n roll star anyway! That has to be the WORST plot I have ever bore witness to
  • lmao. well first off: Any film made by Hallmark. But other than that I think these would fall in to this category Baby Geniuses-- really stupid. like no. its like... really really stupid. like these sentences. that stupid. yeah. Shark Boy & Lava Girl-- watched it with my little cousins. It was so horrible. It litterally made me angry. Grease 2-- Why does it suck? Because it's A. Not the Original Grease, and B. No john travolta. I mean, I'll admit (and I mean no offence to anyone who likes him) I don't really like him at all, but in Grease I was in love. Grease 2= horrid. Mars Attacks-- lmao. I died watching it. it was so horrible but so funny. how bad it was made it good. You Got Served-- another movie that made me angry. Don't get me started. Olive the Other Reindeer... I'll probably think of more, but these are the worst on my mind right now.
  • Bubble. It was only 73 minutes long, but it felt like 3 hours. It was so bad, even the MURDER was boring. Not a single person in the movie could act to save their lives. I've seen quite a few stupid, or boring, or completely inane movies, but this one tops them all. It was worse than Kuffs. It was worse than Blast From The Past (which was #1 on my list of worst movies before I saw Bubble).
  • navy Seals. It was my 1st MA movie and it was a waste of time. The actors sucked the whole movie sucked
  • Deck The Halls
  • Spanglish... I didn't even finish it, I couldn't stay awake.
  • The Cable Guy. It was SO BAD that I swore off Jim Carey until Lemmony Snicket's. I was at a multi-screen drive-in, so I started up my car and drove to a different movie.
  • First Place: The Slaughterhouse Massacre (UK title Sickle), a film that tried to be horror and soft porn and failed totally at both. I think the budget for the entire film was probably about $10 (£5), the camera work looked like my 8 year old daughter could have done better. Second place: To Die For starring Nicole Kidman, I just really hated that one! Third place: Blair Witch, I love horror films and was looking forward to it, but it was a load of garbage!
  • Blair Witch Black Dalia
  • i did not like the chucky trilogies that was so dumb.
  • Silent Hill - very gorey and bloody...scary as hell. after all it is hell.
  • THE VIRGIN OF JUAREZ It started out based on a true ongoing events in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, (across the border from El Paso, Texas). It turned into a religious movie about a woman with stigmata, (and that never happened in this case). The movie's plot took the scene to LA! WTH??? www.thevirginofjuarez.com
  • 1. Punch Drunk Love (Adam Sandler) I didn't understand it. 2. RV (Robin Williams) I love Robin Williams as an actor, but seriously I think this plot has already been used too many times. 3. Signs (Mel Gibson) Again, love the actor but COME ON...those aliens! It would have been better if they had never shown us what the "creatures" were.
  • i forgot the title, but its about a guy and a girl lived in an apartment together for awhile. then, they broke up but they both wanted to keep the apartment for themselves. so they do things to make each other jealous and stuff like that. all they do is fight in that movie, i just-plain hated it.
  • The Grudge. Probably one of the reasons the friends I went to see it with are no longer my friends.
  • Ok, well there are many, as the worst comes in many eras, and moments with-in one's movie viewing life. And the list goes something like this; The Lonely Lady for nothing but Pia Zadora alone. Rocky & Bullwinkle for being the only movie I walked out on in my life, and it had only been 15 minutes or so from the start, including trailers! Ishtar, for those that remember it, nuff said.. Christmas with the Krumps, My god, Tim Allen is usually so tolerable, and even an old Jamie was lookin pretty good, but he never even looked at her slightly lower but still there, um, trademarks! Just not funny, and zero chemistry. Yes, and as if not mentioned, as it is above, there's the list topper of all time: Ataaaaaaak of the killer Tooomaaaaaaatoes, yep, and as I go off now, I will do so singing yet another stupid song, no doubt lodged for days, there stuck in my head! Why do I do it! LOL, great question, and fantastic replies, Peace!
  • Napoleon Dynamite. I kept waiting for it to tickle my funny bone and it never did.
  • Love Actually. Although to be fair I didn't actually make it to the end. I hated that film on so many levels its untrue, from the cringe-worthy never-existed British cliches, to the cutesy "family friendly" humour, to the concentrated and obvious effort to be as harmless and "old fashione Britcom" as possible. But most of all I hated that horrible, horrible, horrible little piece at the beginning about 9/11. I just wanted to scream "It wasn't about love it was about F**KING HATE IT WAS HORRIFIC you smug middle class A-HOLE.." I just don't think anyone has the right to take something like terrorism and use it to make some silly cutesy cliched little point about how wouldn't the world be so much better if we all gave each other a group hug.
  • Any Steven Seagal film. Shite.
  • Theodore Rex” , made in 1995, “starring” Whoopi Goldberg. She plays a cyborg cop who teams with a dinosaur to fight crime. That is the plot. It is kind of a cyberpunk Barney adventure. This movie is so bad that it made me want to puke. A good gag would be to rent it and sit through it with your friends. That would be a true endurance test.
  • Car Pool
  • V for vendetta.
  • Sin City
  • "Labyrinth" the only reason it was made was so David Bowie had an excuse to wear tights
  • March of the Penguins, informative, but a movie? com'on!
  • Pride and predudice. I didn't care about the characters, at all.
  • The Medallion (Jackie Chan)
  • Jaws 2, 3 and 4. 4 sucked like there was no tomorrow Worst movie I *ALMOST* saw: Borat. I walked out less than 30 minutes into it, it was all I could take.
  • Saturn 3 (1980)
  • Robot Jox
  • House of the Dead
  • Grease it sucked,,
  • Well recently, it has to be "Snakes on a Plane." Samuel L. Jackson is a fine actor many times, but he must have had to have been paid ALOT of money to star in this "piece of junk, makes no sense, stupid plot" film that came out this year! I am always curious when a grade A actor or actress takes a grade C or D (or F) movie that does poorly from the start and then goes right to the rental stores, WHY in the world they compromised their good name. Money I suppose, since clearly if they read the script, they could tell the movie was junk or beneath what they are used to doing.
  • Gotta be 'Lifeforce' a 1985 sci-fi about Space Vampires who are brought back to Earth when Halley's Comet goes by Earth... It was sooooo bad we were laughing at the serious parts in the theatre. I will never forget this movie. That bad!!
  • willow a god the paon the forced us to watch it at school and we couldnt even try and sleep
  • First Place: X-Men 3. You can't make a good movie by killing off a TON of main characters! And by not giving others enough screen time to film a ...(insert fast object) meaning Angel mostly, but others too. Second Place: Eragon. The most important thing about making a book-to-screen movie is keeping the book's fans happy. If they like it, you already got a ton of money and hordes of good reviews. NO true fan should've liked Eragon. It was complete butchery.
  • deuce bigalow 2
  • joe somebody
  • monster house. it sucked. my friend and i went to see it and we were so bored. much love. peace out. xoxo rachel
  • Young Einstein starring Yahoo Serious.
  • Talladaga Nights, story of Ricky Bobby... uhhh yeah.. stupid doesn't cover it
  • In the following order: 1.Rubberface! The ironic thing is, it's so bad I would actually recommend it. I think it's like Jim Carrey's first film ever, and definitely his worst. 2. Three Wishes - Flying children, disappearing dogs, strange old men. Extremely random, no discernable plot. But funny to watch 3.Also, Lords of Dogtown was hilariously bad.
  • Rofl, the worst movie I've EVER seen would have to be Open Water. So to all those people who actually found this garbage entertaining, I found it utterly distasteful and pointless. This movie is a wanabe to Jaws.
  • Cabin Fever and Signs definitely take the cake for me.
  • Casablanca
  • Steve Martin's "Pennies From Heaven." He's been in other movies I do like, but that one I didn't.
  • Shanghai Surprise, with Sean Penn and Madonna[pu] and any of those stupid Billy Jack movies, actually walked out on the one that I paid to see.
  • Eyes Wide Shut (waaaay too much hype)
  • Toys. There was no point to that film. Just nonsense!
  • Eyes Wide Shut. That's the only movie I've ever refused to finish watching in the theater.
  • Glen Gary Glen Ross (i think) and Pearl Harbor. Also Attack of the Killer Tomato's
  • An American Haunting...definitely. http://imdb.com/title/tt0429573/
  • My Super Ex-Girlfriend
  • Well i'm not that keen about Jane Doe.
  • Soapdish, i absolutely hated that movie!
  • It was called "The White of the Eye" and had David Keith playing a leading role. I wanted a refund on that 2 hours of my life.
  • Wild Wild West II. And they want to give Will Smith an Oscar for acting this year?
  • 1) Neighbors and 2) My Dinner With Andre. The second, at least, is supposed to be intellectual. I think the first is supposed to be higher-browed humor. All's I can think is: then I must be a moron.
  • Mr and Mrs Smith, no doubt about it. Grossly overrated, there was no plot whatsoever to it. i ended up falling asleep halfway through
  • Recently, I watched the Black Dahlia. That was pretty repulsive. It sucked from the get-go, and it sucked so much that even Scarlett Johansson's pretty face couldn't save it. Hillary Swank was AWFUL as a "fake lesbian" - she looked like an absolute tramp. The Mexican was pretty horrid too. Every time I thought the movie was over, some other tragedy would befall the main characters and it would drag on for another few minutes. This went on for about an hour and a half. Plus, the on-screen chemistry of Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt left a lot to be desired...
  • "The Wicker Man" with Nicholas Cage. I love Cage, but this was an absolutely horrible movie.
  • im going to have to say date movie.
  • I'm sure i've seen worse but the latest bad movie was Eragon, my god it sucked!
  • Robot Jox
  • That would have to be " Behind enemy lines" 2 hours of a guy running!
  • THE total worst movie I have ever seen in my entire lifespan thus far was pushed on me by a friend of mine that will never hear the end of it. The movie was a entitled Pink Flamingos. There is none that I have seen since that even come close to being that bad. Not even Boreback Mountain.
  • Pink Flamingo I guarantee if you put this in you'll never be able to finish it...the most repulsive movie I've ever seen.
  • Narnia!
  • a quaint foreign film by the name Bejing Bicycle, i think that movie was utter trash
  • How about Napoleon Dynamite?
  • Days of Thunder or anything with Nicole Kidman or Tom Cruise in it!
  • Hostel!! Let me say it is the gayist movie ever. Bravo (the channel) had the nerve to put it as #1 horror movie or something of the such. While I'm at it The Grudge is stupid and not scary at all. WOW! A sound coming from your throat is the scarist thing ever (sarcasm).
  • Ulli Lommel's version of "The Black Dahlia" It was just stupidly horrible all around.
  • for me phenomenon with john travolta >.<
  • The Passion of the Christ
  • It's a tie between: The Cook, The Thief, His Wife And Her Lover (shockingly awful) and Moulin Rouge (loathed it)
  • 1. Waiting to Exhale starring Whitney Houston..... Bad, Boring and Bloody long!!! 2. Pokemon 2000... saw it with my gf and kids. I had a hangover and the bright colours did nothing to ease my headache... nor did the constant purs clicks buzzes and unintelligible noises coming from the characters. Kids enjoyed it but damn I still had to pay!

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