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Worst Movies Ever!

TornadoAdvisory

The Imminent Storm
I got a few.

Sand Serpents was one that I recall watching a long time ago as a rental. The premise itself was pretty bizarre, with American forces battling the Taliban when the titular monsters show up and start terrorizing the two former factions. It was more weird than outright bad, but I still recall not caring for it too much.

Grizzly Rage was another one of those 'rental watches' from the distant past; it was essentially about a bear killing a bunch of teenagers. From what little I recall of it they didn't even show any on-screen kills, instead opting for cheesy blood effects that covered the screen. Needless to say, even my younger self wasn't impressed.

Like I said before, it's been a long time since I watched both of these, so I'm not sure if I could find any enjoyment out of them now that I have gained a certain appreciation for 'So Bad, It's Good' films over the years. However, even with that taken into account there is still one more film that I can't in good conscious defend: Grown Ups 2. When I first watched it, I was like, "Okay, it's not too bad.". On a later re-watch however, I couldn't take the juvenile humor and just how cringe-worthy it was in general.
 

EmberFireTrainer

"This is Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!"
Might add in a few later if I think of them, but off the top of my head, Killer Clowns from Outer Space. I know it's a popular movie, but I just don't get it. I'm not really into horror unless it's paranormal, but this movie isn't even scary. I don't even know if it's supposed to be. I found it to be more humorous if anything.
 

TornadoAdvisory

The Imminent Storm
Might add in a few later if I think of them, but off the top of my head, Killer Clowns from Outer Space. I know it's a popular movie, but I just don't get it. I'm not really into horror unless it's paranormal, but this movie isn't even scary. I don't even know if it's supposed to be. I found it to be more humorous if anything.
IIRC, I'm pretty sure it was meant to be humorous. I think it falls straight into that 'So Bad, It's Good' category that I mentioned earlier, where people get a kick out of it because the sheer concept of mutant clowns from outer space coming to earth and killing people with acidic cream pies and the like is too ridiculous for people to take seriously.

With that said, I didn't care for it too much either but I know people who really did enjoy it.
 

jaden767

Amphetamine
Xtro is one of the worst movies I've seen. The cinematography was amateurish and there was a lot of gore and what I found the most distressing was the cynicism in that movie.

I know that not all movies have to have happy endings but Xtro is just on a whole other level of negativity.
 

Leonhart

Imagineer
jaden767 said:
Xtro is one of the worst movies I've seen. The cinematography was amateurish and there was a lot of gore and what I found the most distressing was the cynicism in that movie.

I know that not all movies have to have happy endings but Xtro is just on a whole other level of negativity.
I vaguely remember some of the details of that movie, and some parts were more humorous to me than scary due to how bizarre and random the movie was in general. The scene with the eggs at the end of the movie still creeps me out, however.
 

Joycap

The Smogonites' personal George Orwell
Last Jedi....
No explanation needed.
Much like Han, Luke died an unnecessary death and the writing was even worse than the Synderverse of DC!

To me Star Wars ends with Mandalorian, there is nothing afterwards
Yeah Last Jedi was kinda doodoo in retrospect, between the amounts of wokeness in the acting staff etc.
I know of good reviews and commentators that have pointed this out in exhaustive detail.

That said... Rise of Skywalker.
I'm not even a fan of Star Wars in any sense of the word, and yet as a general form of popcorn fodder, RoS managed to legitimately offend me. First was the blatant plotholes big enough to drive a Double Decker through, one of which was that whole thing about the dagger giving instructions to this 'sith wayfinder', which Ray went back for even after she didn't need it for... some reason? Honey, you're dining on double mary sues with cheese, and you brainfart that hard? C'mon...

Oh yeah and Kylo Ren. For a moment I sort of liked the anti-hero route they were taking him on, and it made me think "huh, let's hope they're going to do something w-"
Nope, he's dead, because we went to the Adam Taurus school of running away from things...

People seem to think of RoS as a guilty pleasure, simply because it's "J.J Abrams getting his own back on that soyboy Rian Johnson". Breaking news at 10, tosspots - you're both sh*t.

The memory of RoS is fuzzy in my mind beyond that, but let's just say I'm not going to watch it again.



 

Missingno.Fan

Well-Known Member
I’ve been watching the Disney DTV sequels lately, and Belle’s Magical World is easily the worst so far that I’ve seen. I heard it was made out of splicing together episodes of a canceled tv series. Even if they were individual episodes, it would still suck to be blunt. The animation was horrid and nothing of interest happens.
 

Auraninja

Try to understand.
Maybe not the worst movie ever, but this one movie I saw as a kid has such a nonsensical plot, that I think it would be so much fun to watch in its own strange way.

Read the synopsis on the following wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_as_F.R.O.7

Edit: Here is a trailer:
 

TokoyamiTheDark

The Purple Karakasa
Ugh. Sorry to say this, but a pal of mine has the Japanese Blu-ray of "Digimon Adventure - Last Evolution KIZUNA", and the movie was totally rubbish. It completely scrapped the original canon ending of ZERO TWO with the DigiDestined and their kids having Digimon known all around the world, replacing everything with this sh*t: when you reach adulthood, the bond with your Digimon will break. Then what? Your Digimon DIES FOR GOOD. JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE GROWN-UP. It makes NO sense whatsoever... There were no subs or something on the Blu-ray (screw you Japan), but my friend understood almost everything. He's the one who told me what was going on. So, just like Digimon Adventure TRI, I'll pass on that one. The movie was so much trash, I didn't even fully watched it...
 

Captain Jigglypuff

Leader of Jigglypuff Army
The recent live action Disney version of Mulan might be the worst movie I've seen in 10 years.
I saw this video a woman of Chinese heritage made about what was wrong with the movie and the ways that these errors could have been prevented. She was mainly talking about big inaccuracies to the original story and cultural representation but let a few things slide slightly since it was supposed to be a fantasy film to begin with. The main issue was that all of the writers were white and barely did any research to make things as accurate to the time period the movie takes place or how certain things should be presented. Chi being described incorrectly was one of her biggest gripes. The only thing that Asians took part in is being actors and extras in the movie which was another complaint of hers. She did have valid points and she said that the movie didn’t have to become a disaster if the writers had asked Chinese scholars and historians for input during the production period. And the fact that Disney made people pay $30 on top of a monthly fee for Disney+ just to watch the movie just added insult to injury when they let subscribers watch Onward for no additional cost when it was out in theaters and then the virus hit.
 

TokoyamiTheDark

The Purple Karakasa
The recent live action Disney version of Mulan might be the worst movie I've seen in 10 years.
I saw the #BoycottMulan quotes on social networks, but is it true that the actress doing Mulan supports child abuse, police brutality, torturing the Muslims/Jews and other stuff people DON'T wanna talk about...? If so, then Disney would have made a HUGE mistake of doing this movie...
 

Captain Jigglypuff

Leader of Jigglypuff Army
I saw the #BoycottMulan quotes on social networks, but is it true that the actress doing Mulan supports child abuse, police brutality, torturing the Muslims/Jews and other stuff people DON'T wanna talk about...? If so, then Disney would have made a HUGE mistake of doing this movie...
Honestly Disney made several huge mistakes in doing a remake that is even less faithful to the original version of Mulan including having apples appear on screen when the fruit wouldn’t reach China until several centuries after a Mulan took place and giving her absolutely no character growth or development at all.
 

Nyter

Island Challenger
Speaking of Disney... What the heck did I just watch in "Secret Society of Second-Born Royals?" They made that movie look so dope in the trailers and then I come to find it being too gimmicky. So many loose ends were left, some acting was atrocious, etc.

This made Artemis Fowl look like it should have been rated higher on the rotten tomatoes score.
 

pacman000

Well-Known Member
UFO: Target Earth

One of those 70's indie sci-fi films which took itself too seriously. Very slow, & it didn't even have a model space ship; the aliens were energy beings.
 
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