Whats the worse film you have seen ?
spring breakers. or skyline
I think you mean "worst".
Meet Joe Black, appalling film
The Matrix. I hated it.
and the new Dredd film is pretty shit as well
The Royal Tenenbaums. Dire.
Agree about the Royal Tenembaums but some people seem to love it. I'm not a Wes Anderson fan at all. Did he make any decent films?
This is a slightly odd subject in as much as that, surely if you watch a bad film you turn it off(I did with the above). The worst film that was so car crash bad that I actually watched most of it was Woody Allen's Match Point. Can't even rember why it was so bad !!
Well I was in the cinema and had paid to watch it - it's painful to admit. I will say though, it was my OH's choice of film, not mine.
Second worst was probably the Starsky & Hutch remake. That I had paid for on box office but actually did turn off.
I suppose you can guess though, that, after those experiences, I harbour a deep and murderous hatred for Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller.
Did you give up on it, Baby?
I certainly did!
Paul Glaser and David Soul were like Olivier and Gielgud by comparison.
So many people I know have this down as one of their must-see films, but I just don't get it.
Only two films have I tried to watch (as they are termed 'popular') and have always switched off after dying of boredom within the first hour: Gladiator & Schindlers List
Lost in Translation. awful, tedious film.
And, the Langoliers. Good Stephen King book, but dreadful film.
I once had to watch piranha 3D as part of a stag weekend it was the worse place of sh*t I have ever seen. Make worse by all the good actor’s in it. When Elizabeth Shoe and the Doc from back to the future can’t save a film you know it’s bad.
Watched scary movie 5 last night and that was dire. I'd rather stick a fork in my eye than watch it again. I will never get that 75 minutes of my life back
Eyes Wide Shut
Screamapillar wrote (see)
I walked out of the cinema with this one.
Also The Notebook - biggest load of clap trap every (I wanted to throw things at the tv)
Mamma Mia (walked out of that one too)
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