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I'm curious. What are the 2 worst movies you'e seen in theater?

For me, worst is Transformers: last Knight by Michael Bay. Next is Transformers 4.

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The Planet of the Apes Tim Burton remake

1 hour ago, Storm Button said:

I'm curious. What are the 2 worst movies you'e seen in theater?

For me, worst is Transformers: last Knight by Michael Bay. Next is Transformers 4.

It amazes me they were able to make something worse than Revenge of the Fallen, twice

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Just now, This Whomps said:

The Planet of the Apes Tim Burton reboot

It amazes me they were able to make something worse than Revenge of the Fallen

Yeah...

Michael Bay's entire Transformers trilogy sucks lol.

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@Storm Button

Because this thread is discussing movies, I will be moving it to Media Discussion with the appropriate tag.

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I'm usually pretty good at steering clear of bad movies. There is one I had to sit through with my cousin though: the lego movie. I have no words for that atrocity.

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  • Belle’s Magical World
  • Hunchback of Notre Dame 2
  • Batman & Robin (massive guilty pleasure)
  • Attack of the Clones
  • Scooby Doo (2002 love-action)
  • Equestria Girls
  • House Arrest
  • Life Is Beautiful
  • Drawn Together: The Movie (or as many clips as I can stomach)
1 hour ago, This Whomps said:

The Planet of the Apes Tim Burton remake

Watched it once in theaters. I don’t remember it well, but I found it boring, and the cliffhanger at the end didn’t help.

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A few movies come to mind:

 

Dune- If the books were nearly half as good as my dad says, this movie is a total insult to them. The movie was a total bore at the beginning as it started at a crawl, and it ended in a storm of utter confusion as the latter half was obscenely rushed to the point that it was totally impossible to understand what was even happening. Plus, this movie had no characters I found compelling and I would rather tune out most of what they were saying than listen to the fluff they do say that is neither interesting nor important to the story.

Star Trek V: Final Frontier- YIKES. Just... Yikes. This is what happens when Bill Shatner, the chronically overrated actor that he is, gets to have a role in directing a Star Trek Film. you get the crew singing "Row Row Your Boat", a horrific plot that promotes creationism, and... This mess of a movie. The book was a travesty too, but the movie was worse. They missed out on the actually interesting parts of the original book. I mean yeah, there's a memorable line in this film that Shatner delivered quite well, but other than that, it's AWFUL.

Chicken Little- I think we can all agree this film was absolutely horrific. The movie is literally torture porn. It glorifies the hateful environment it's set in where the main character is actually bullied constantly by everyone including HIS OWN FATHER, and the quality of the animation was pretty poor for the time as well. Let's just say this film looks like Butt Ugly Martians compared to most of the great movies of that time like Madagascar. Madagascar's style does an amazing job of capturing the feel of the film, while this film just looks like it was done by very much a rookie animator who has no idea how to complement a movie such as Chicken Little with it's own style of animation, that looks crisp and clean (like Madagascar did).

 

 

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Greta (2018)

What a shit movie. It's a thriller that tries to scare the viewer by making every character dumb as a rock. Not a single person in it is able to act normally.

Spoiler

Why did Frances' dad call a private investigator instead of the police?

Why did the private investigator not try to neutralise Greta before trying to free Frances?

Why didn't Erica think that perhaps Greta kidnapped Frances until the very end?

Why didn't Frances try to overpower an old lady?

Why did Frances run down into the basement when she was trying to escape? And why did she even attempt to climb through that impossibly small window?

Don't watch Greta. It'll make your brain hurt.

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The Marine, the film debut of John Cena. Very paint by the numbers action with weird comedy choices, nonsensical twists and bland characters. 

The latter would be The Last Jedi. That film failed on so many levels, from the contrivances to the failures in basic storytelling to the most forced of romantic sub-plots to even the nonsensical battles. 

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Too many to list....but I would say most of the half-assed comedy movies.

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I have seen bits of Zootopia on TV, I really hated it so much. I mean, the Nostalgia Critic should have just do a review on it just like Cats Don’t Dance

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Hellboy, this year was worst flim I seen, too many gores, did had my popcorn cos wouldn't eat it much as many gore in the flim.

There many, but that all I can think of.

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Here's another one:

 

Madea Family Funeral- By and far, the single worst excuse even for a BAD comedy film I and anyone else has ever seen. It is beyond unfunny, it's belligerent and even offensive. One positive I can note about this film is that it's the end of a saga of absolutely TERRIBLE films. None of the sex jokes are remotely funny, because they are so immature that I feel like it can't be funny by any metric whatsoever and they are so overdone and idiotically constructed that even somebody who's somehow never heard a sex joke once in their LIFE would agree with me.

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Batman & Robin - Very campy, makes no sense, Chris O'Donnell plays a whiny baby and George Clooney plays George Clooney (not Batman/Bruce Wayne). Only real entertainment is Arnold and his ice puns.

After Earth - The script and acting are garbage. Will Smith is completely to blame for this bombing.

Lost in Space - Before Gary Oldman played Commissioner Gordon, he played hammy villains. Horrible acting from everyone.

Battlefield Earth - Scientology BS that makes no sense, brain dead villains, and horrible acting from John Travolta

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The Super Mario Bros. movie from the early 90s. Does no justice to the franchise whatsoever.

However, I still love it. It's so bad but I love it. A true guilty pleasure.

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Master of Disguise. It's one of those movies you look back at and think "Why did I like that movie?"

Sorry. can't think of a second movie I dislike.

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Napoleon Dynamite was my absolute hated film. I get what it was and I get its dry, some what dark humor, but it wasn't funny nor was it good to not be able to tell what decade it was. It drove me crazy and the dryness of it was gag worthy. I also hated  the new Power Ranger movie. It was not good at all.

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Who hates Zootopia so much? Anyone?

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You said two worst films you've seen IN THEATERS.

  1. Deadpool
  2. The Lego Movie / The Lego Ninjago Movie

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Chicago. I hate everyone in that movie, every single person. I don't care if that's the point, they succeeded far too well.

Movie 43. Just...everything about it is bad. So many big name actors, but the writing is so godawful and cringeworthy that it becomes almost physically painful to watch.

Wanderlust. It's boring. Dreadfully boring. As in, nobody is likeable and nothing happens.

Brimstone. This is actually the only one I saw in the theater, and I had to stop myself from walking out. The sets were good, the actors were good, the camerawork was good...but the writing was stupid. Everyone behaved like they'd been lobotomized. Seriously, the entire conflict in the movie could have ended almost immediately, but because of massive idiocy on the part of the characters it just kept dragging on. Absolutely horrible movie, and a waste of very good actors, set builders and film crew.

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