Movies The worst film you ever saw.

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  1. FB

    FB Not my cup of cake Valued Member

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    Ed Wood made some classic B movies. Johnny Depp played him in a bio-pic which is well worth a watch.

    Ed Wood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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  3. Incubus

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    Yes I've seen oe or two of them FB but that one definitely wasn't one of them!
     
  4. KekeTheKing

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    You will be able to file this one under "Worst Film You Never Saw" for me, as there isn't a chance in hell I will witness it.

    Adam Sandler's new disaster - PIXELS

    Actually though the main reason I bring it up is this guys unabashed evisceration of the "film"

     
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    Batman v Superman. I'm not going to stop you from watching it, but you've been warned ...
     
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    Well it can't be as worst as the Lone Ranger or The Last Airbender
     
  7. ATL11

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    Miami Vice with Jamie Foxx & Colin Farrell.

    Which is the complete polar opposite to the TV show, which rocked.
     
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    Films I've given 1 star on imdb:
    Arthur & the great adventure (kids film.... the first Arthur & the invisibles film was mediocre, so they mashed up the two bad sequels for release in the UK to make one horrifically bad film)
    The Santa Clause 2 (Tim Allen christmas sequel, painfully bad)
    Ju-on 1 & 2(Japanese horrors that I just didn't find scary)

    Films I've given 2 stars to on imdb:
    Trafic & Playtime (Jacques Tati films, probably disappoint me so much because I love his other films: Mon Oncle, Les Vacances de M Hulot & Jour de Fete)
    Snow dogs (horrible Disney film)
    The Santa Clause 3 (another Tim Allen christmas sequel, you might well ask why I watched this after 1 starring the other one :facepalm:)
    The Simpsons movie (just one long subpar simpsons episode :ermmm:)
    Mr Bean's Holiday (maybe I hate it as it's a bad homage to Jacques Tati, I dunno)
    Deuce Bigalow 2 (unfunny Rob Shneider sequel)
    Ted 2 (Original was ok if you like Seth MacFarlane humour, sequel was dire)
    Mr & Mrs Smith (Brangelina shoot at each other lots)
    Showgirls (lots of nudity, not much else)
    Redeye (I have no memory of this :thinking:)
    Taken 2 (Liam Neeson is abducted, and figures out where he is by getting his daughter to lob some grenades in Istanbul to triangulate his position ROFL)
    Resident evil: extinction (I like zombie films, but Resident evil lost its connection to the genre early on, yet still keep cranking out more)
    Kickboxer (Jean-Claude van Damme cheesy martial art film)
    Raging Bull (supposed to be a classic boxing movie [#119 on imdb], but I just didn't get immersed in it)
    King Kong (1933 original, I was surprised by how bad I found this classic)
     
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  9. Greenlantern101

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    I watched Grand Prix (1966) earlier this week. the old cars were great, seeing the old tracks was even better, the rest of the film was dull as dishwater, which wasn't helped by the 3 hour run time or James Garners wooden acting.

    By all means watch it for the racing, just fast forward through the tedious back story.

    2 Stars.
     
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  10. cider_and_toast

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    You want to talk about wooden acting in Grand Prix then the prize cake must go to Graham Hill surely?

    :D
     
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    FB Not my cup of cake Valued Member

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    Heresy! If you want a motor racing film with no story whatsoever watch Le Mans. It's still fantastic though.
     
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  12. Il_leone

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    pob You have to understand Japanese horror is not about blood and guts but more mentally disturbing creepiness
     
  13. pob

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    I know, I like Japanese horror, but ju-on just didn't do it for me :p
     
  14. Il_leone

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    KekeTheKing What I have always avoided are Adam Sandler, Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller films

    They just appear in each other's films too often
     
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    In orrder of awefulness

    4. Ben Stiller
    3. Owen Wilson
    2. Vince Vaughn

    And the more aweful of them all ...

    1. Adam Sandler !!!
     
  16. ATL11

    ATL11 Podium Finisher

    Me & the kids love Adam Sandler films, each to their own tastes really!

    A saying in the Wedding Singer is something I use almost every day, & approproate for F1:

     
  17. Greenlantern101

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    Vince Vaughn - DodgeBall and Anchorman both brilliant films.
    Ben Stiller & Owen Wilson - Zoolander and Night at the Museum both great films.

    Not seen any Adam Sandler films.
     
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    To be fair, there are some Adam Sandler films that are Ok in my book:

    - Happy Gilmore
    - The Wedding Singer
    - Spanglish
    - Transylvania
     
  19. cider_and_toast

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    I actually quite like Billy Madison.
     
  20. Il_leone

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    Wedding Singer is okay to watch but if you get a film containing all 4 of them together it feels like you're watching the same film

    Before Owen Wilson went all goofy and nerdy he actually had a few action movies - Enemy of the State and his rather short lived appearance on Armageddon

    Vince Vaughn in case you were not aware was cast as Norman Bates in the reboot of Psycho !!!:sbefore he went all comedy
     
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    Wasn't Adam Sandler in Airheads? Great movie.
     

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