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Wright said:
Zappykins said:

I also hated "The Fifth Element."  While it did have some good ideas, I just thought the premise and punch line were things even 5th grade boys would reject.

 

curl-6 said:

Thank you! I could never fathom why that cringeworthy film gets so much love.

 

You guys hatin' on one of my favourite movies ever. :(

Awe, it's ok, not everyone is going to like the same things.

Might want to not read what I say about it though.  I would hate to ruin a movie you love.



 

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Man of Steel, this movie pissed me off...



Sweeny Todd (or however you spell it). I swear I went to the theaters twice to see it, and fell asleep both times. True story.

Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 is the first movie I've ever paid theater admission to and walked out I was so bored.

So there you go.



Zappykins said:
SvennoJ said:

Aww, Fith element was one of my favorite movies for a while. Influenced a bit by the new fancy digital surround system in my local cinema (opera scene sounded like I never thought a cinema could sound like) but it was also a cheesy fun very French movie. I also enjoyed Lucy for what it was, silly fun. Luc Besson has made far better movies, yet also more boring ones like The messenger.
Anyway for me any Transformer movie ranks way below the 5th element. The hell is up with that.

Well it did have some good sound and special effects.

Chris Tuckers performance for me was a terrible punishment for something for which I don't know I've even done.  I was too embarred, but I wanted to crawl out of the theatre over people.  For years I would 'boo' him whenever he was in a trailer (I wasn't the only one either.) 

I was so mad that 2 hours of my life were taken by the movie.  It was kind of embarassing when I learned the people I saw it with liked it.  I didn't think that was  possible.

But like I said, had some great elements, like the guiding bullets and the delivery chineese food.

I for one loved the movie despite Ruby Rhod blowing up everyone's eardrum in a very particular scene. It's super cheesy, cliched, and predictable, but I really love the very subtle humorous parts. I didn't take this movie too seriously, which is why I think it's the reason why I really like it.



maxleresistant said:
Metal Man said:
The Talented Mr. Ripley

Glad I'm not the only one who HATED that movie. Really hated it. It's boring and cringing

 Haha yeah, it's the only movie I can remember disliking so much it made me feel nauseated.  Then at other times in the movie I had trouble staying awake.



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Weekend at Bernies 2 comes to mind



The Monuments Men



Whoah! Zombie-thread ressurection!

Anyway, a lot of those mentioned aren't very bad at all, you have NO idea how bad films can get =P

Plan 9 from Outer Space is one of the few legit bad films on here.

Here's an example of something significantly worse than almost everything here:



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Some Italian film where naked teens were forced to eat shit off a plate. Then a french film where people wore animal prosthetics. A dog talked to its penis and the penis talked and had sex with a wall and a bj from a cow woman. No, they were not porn. Just really strange films someone I knew watched. He liked odd films and I saw a couple of them with him as a kid. I think the first is Salo or something like that. Second is Marqui and is from the late 80s.
As a kid who loved gory horror films and even I was not prepared for those films. The first one disturbed me enough to go into a deep depression and the second was just weird.


There is a film I saw that is hilariously bad. Low budget. Religious. Bad acting. Writing. Camera. Sets. casting. Music. clothing. hair. Not one redeeming thing. I get religious films are often bad but not to the degree Saturday's Warrior is. 80s religious film.

I obviously cannot post the first 2 films I mentioned but thankfully the 3rd one is on Youtube. This is the film I love to hate. I really think it should be put in film school as every single solitary example of how NOT to make a film. Religious or not. This was sold in stories in the 80s and 90s. This is not a high school production tho it looks like one. This was intended as an actual film to be sold for American money in retail. I have seen this same religion put on some fairly well-done production films and some in the theatre even if I am not religious. So even they can do better than this. So this is just a special kind of bad.



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Leynos said:

Some Italian film where naked teens were forced to eat shit off a plate. Then a french film where people wore animal prosthetics. A dog talked to its penis and the penis talked and had sex with a wall and a bj from a cow woman. No, they were not porn. Just really strange films someone I knew watched. He liked odd films and I saw a couple of them with him as a kid. I think the first is Salo or something like that. Second is Marqui and is from the late 80s.
As a kid who loved gory horror films and even I was not prepared for those films. The first one disturbed me enough to go into a deep depression and the second was just weird.


There is a film I saw that is hilariously bad. Low budget. Religious. Bad acting. Writing. Camera. Sets. casting. Music. clothing. hair. Not one redeeming thing. I get religious films are often bad but not to the degree Saturday's Warrior is. 80s religious film.

I obviously cannot post the first 2 films I mentioned but thankfully the 3rd one is on Youtube. This is the film I love to hate. I really think it should be put in film school as every single solitary example of how NOT to make a film. Religious or not. This was sold in stories in the 80s and 90s. This is not a high school production tho it looks like one. This was intended as an actual film to be sold for American money in retail. I have seen this same religion put on some fairly well-done production films and some in the theatre even if I am not religious. So even they can do better than this. So this is just a special kind of bad.

Haha! Watched the first 7 minutes, now THIS is what I'm talking about! =P



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