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Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 6:40 pm
by Twilight<3
pennybug84 wrote:Now I know I might be of the minority here & don't hate me but in my opinion Avatar was awful. I hated that movie. I don't get at all what the big deal about that was.

You are not alone. The only thing about this movie that made it so good were the amazing graphics. Other than that, the plotline was not original or unique whatsoever. Look at Poccahontis. They are essentially the same movie. It was an all right movie, sure, but for how much it was overplayed and overrated, it's just become an awful movie.

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:59 pm
by The Real Alice Cullen
Avatar was lame - who needs tails, anyway. The worst movie by far was a horrid thing called Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula. It made me ill, and that takes a lot!

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:08 pm
by BlueStarEgo
Zodiac. I believe it was the one released in 2007 with Robert Downey Jr. Its was 2 hours and 40-something minutes of "please-get-off-of-my-screen". I think the only reason I consider it bad is because it was overly drawn out. There was no reason that movie needed to be THAT long and THAT boring.

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:23 pm
by Jestak
BlueStarEgo wrote:Zodiac. I believe it was the one released in 2007 with Robert Downey Jr. Its was 2 hours and 40-something minutes of "please-get-off-of-my-screen". I think the only reason I consider it bad is because it was overly drawn out. There was no reason that movie needed to be THAT long and THAT boring.


I watched that one some time back. As I recall, it had some moments that were pretty good, but the story didn't flow well at all.

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:49 pm
by _Vurktoid_
I think the worst movie I've ever seen was X-men 3. What a terrible movie - it tore down everything the first two movies had built up, needlessly killed off major characters only to make room for new characters that were killed later in the film. Nightcrawler was not present at all, and worst of all, Wolverine cries. :banghead:

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 1:24 am
by SwanCullen
Cloverfeild. I watched it the other night and UGH! The ending was so abrupt and STUPID! All that and they die? SOMEONE could have lived for pete's sake!

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:03 pm
by Kiri
Just went to see Red Riding Hood and thought that was awful.
It reminded me of a high school play the way some of those actors were acting.
Which stunk because I was hoping it would be good.

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 11:10 pm
by Jeakat
Kiri wrote:Just went to see Red Riding Hood and thought that was awful.
It reminded me of a high school play the way some of those actors were acting.
Which stunk because I was hoping it would be good.


Yeah I've heard some really mixed reviews about it. Actually, thinking about it, most of the reviews have been bad, but I still really want it to be good!

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:49 pm
by Alphie
In college my friends and I would go to the video store - and they were videos back then - and purposefully look for the worst movie to rent. I do believe we found it when we discovered the movie C.H.U.D. It stands for Cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers. For real. It became our private inside joke. CHUD. It's a good family film. Take the kids. Or better yet, watch at home and order pizza.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087015/

Re: The Worst Movies Ever

Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 1:51 am
by VolturiGirl
OMG!! Ha Ha Ha!! I remember watching C.H.U.D. a long time ago. The scary thing was that I was thinking about that movie like a month ago and I couldn't remember the name to it. :rotfl:

The absolute worst movie in the world is What About Bob. The reason I hate it so much is that Bob doesn't get the hint that he is not wanted. It irritates me to no end. It makes my skin craw and bile rise in the back of my throat.