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    Stupidest Movie you ever saw?

    I saw this movie on Starz last night called "I am a sex addict". BOY, what a piece of shite that movie was!!
    Worst. movie. ever.

    What other movies have you seen that totally stank?
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    Who is Harvey Kellerman and why is he saying those things about me?

    You should expect better from Dustin Hoffman and Jack Warden.

    The Lady Killers
    (Cohen version)
    Was really bad too.

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    " Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy ".....nuff said

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    the blair witch project
    i needed a dramamine by the time that shit was over

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    So many to pick from and I can't think of the titles of any of them!
    The Melting Man-that is exactly what he did-the end.

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    How about You, Me and Dupree? I thought that was a pointless movie too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smellslikealmonds View Post
    the blair witch project
    i needed a dramamine by the time that shit was over

    LMAO.........I never did get why people thought it was cool....it stunk to high heaven.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by smellslikealmonds View Post
    the blair witch project
    i needed a dramamine by the time that shit was over
    I'll never understand the hype over that one. Never before have I needed an air sickness bag to watch a movie.

    I saw an early Rose McGowan movie called Doom Generation a while ago. I still want that hour and a half of my life back. Good lord, never get stoned then go to the video store.

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    To be honest whatever movie thats on the middle of the night
    when I cannot sleep.

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    I thought Blair Witch Project was fabulous because I thought it was real. Then I saw the chick on Good Morning America the next day....

    My vote is Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Worst of all time.
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    'The Exquisite Corpse'
    There is nothing exquisite about this thing. I am not even sure there is a corpse.
    I couldn't get past a few minutes of this stinker. It appears to be almost like an overblown melodrama/soap opera film full of meaningfull stares and scary 70's furniture.
    I think someone gets dosed with LSD and made to think there us a corpse(I could be wrong though)

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    Tie between a movie called "Body Parts" that came out in 1991, and a movie called "The Big Blue" that came out in 1988.

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    I actually put movies into a category I call the "Sleeping with the Enemy" Hall of Fame in honor of how predictable and horribly formula that film was.
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    Here are my picks!

    I heart huckabees (I now call it I fart suckabees)
    Idiocracy
    Anatomy of Hell (it's a French "erotic art" movie. Dumb *and* pretentious)
    Alphaville (French Sci-Fi, if you can imagine such a thing)
    Legally Blonde 2
    The Flinstones
    Elvira's Haunted Hills
    One False Move (violent and stupid)
    Xanadu (cheesily stupid)
    Two of a Kind (Travolta and Newton-John, dumb, dumb, dumb)
    Can't Stop the Music (the village people movie--it's unbelievable)
    The Apple (weirdly dumb)
    Toys
    Godzilla (with Matthew Broderick. All of the characters were idiots. I kept hoping the zillas would eat the actors)
    Matrix 2 and 3
    King Kong with Jessica Lange before she could act
    The Lonely Lady with Pia Zadora. Trashy and dumb
    The Bitch and the Stud, both starring Joan Collins. Both written by her sister Jackie. Trashy and dumb (both were filmed in the 70's; Joan looks good and you can see ALL of her, if that's your thing)

    and my personal pick for the dumbest movie I ever saw....
    Hudson Hawk. Soooo stupid.

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    For me it was RATBOY. OMG that was Z grade badly...

    Dont look at me weirdly cause I watched it... dont!
    Because one is enough, when it's you. Show where you're headed in the ultimate fashion climax.
    Fits so tight it shows all you've got... you're a walking turn-on. And treats your body as well as she does.
    Easy on, easy off, quick as the flick of her tongue. Sexy cool crinkle cloth for those hot nights to come. Designed with your desires in mind... she'll eat you alive in it..."
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    Napoleon Dynamite. Couldn't sit through the whole thing.

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    Showgirls..ugggh my lord what were any of them thinking?

    Howard the Duck...wtf?

    Strip Tease...Demi Moore what were YOU thinking?

    Glitter...enough said

    Crossroads...again enough said

    there are too many in my book to list..but these are about the worst of the worst...poor scripts...direction...wardrobe...lighting and OMG....the acting worst of all.

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    VANILLA SKY
    Most anything Tom Cruise acts in

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    Spice World
    Napolian Dynamite

    I loved The Blair Witch Project. The things I liked the most was that it was played off as real and you never saw the witch.

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    The Saint and mostly because I saw it 6 times flying to and from Australia.

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    THE HAPPY YEARS with Darryl Hickman and Dean Stockwell. Holy crap!!! It was sooo bad.

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    Three way tie between Napoleon Dynamite, Nacho Libre' and Eyes Wide Shut. All three were total and complete wastes of time.

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    ok I have three...

    Mac & Me ( nothing more than a very long commercial for McDonalds..but one does get to see a dancing Ronold McDonald ).

    Garfield ( the movie I felt was a long commerical for Petco )

    and the worse...
    The Chase !!!

    The Chase was about a Denver, Colorado high speed chase only to have a local TV station chopper get involved. Like the other two, I felt it was a long commercial, in this case for Denver's channel 4.

    Do people in say Pennsylvania or Florida care about Denver's channel 4? No they don't !!

    and looking at that station's ratings online the other day, it seems not many in Denver care that much for them either.
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    Herve Villechaize--The Forbidden Zone...wtf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_Zone

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    Gummo, Directed by Harmony Korine. I did a video about it on You Tube.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJBs_-YjYb8

    This movie was real strange.
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    The Lady in the Water was my most recent. Pure crap.

    Ditto on the forbidden zone yuk!
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    Hannibal Rising

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    Before Sunrise... absolute stinkburger of a movie.

    Garfield was also a terrible movie - thought it was an insult to those of us who grew up reading the comic strip and knew who Nermal and Arlene really were. Also, the vet was so into Jon - yeah, I know that's the case with the strip right now, but in the first 15 years, she could barely stand him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxxx View Post
    VANILLA SKY
    Most anything Tom Cruise acts in
    Oh wow, I LOVED Vanilla Sky.....it's in my top ten. There's just something weirdly appealing about it.....I would think it's a good deathhagmovie actually.

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    Oh, man....there are a few but the ones that stick in mind are these:

    Six Pack...remember that, with Kenny Rogers?
    The second Silence of the Lambs...just plain dumb.
    Napolean Dynamite...I know a lot of people loves this but, I couldn't get through it.
    Graffitti Bridge..I LOVE Prince but, oh, man
    peek-a-boo!!

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    Under the Cherry Moon. UGH!!!

    I love Napolean Dynamite - I'm retarded like that.

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    I like the Doom Generation-Gregg Akari(director's name I thnk) I am a fan of his films.
    Dumb movie- 'Can't Stop the Music' is very much a dumb film
    There was also a film with Anthony Michael Hall and he find a gnome,or a elf maybe? That was really bad.

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    Dumbest movie.......hmmmmmm......the first one that comes to mind

    Dude Where's My Car. Yep, thats it..........lame

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    Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. The only redeeming thing about that movie is that it spawned a gay porno this year called Davinci Load 2: Electric Twinkaloo.
    What do you mean, what do I mean?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8iGhqDHlWE

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    I once saw a soft-core comedy/musical film adaptation of Cinderella.
    The only good part of the was the guy who played the Fairy Godmother-that guy had to work on Broadway. He could sing and dance!
    Otherwise,it was stupid.
    Also, this film where Lady Godiva was sent into time and landed in the Old West.
    The bar set was made out of handpainted boards(like the sets for plays).
    WAIT!
    Forgot-
    'Jesse James meets Dracula'
    Stupid movie!

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    Dreamgirls....what A Piece Of Rehashed Crap!!!!!!! Jennifer Hudsons Head Is As Fat As Her Body.......dumb Bitch!!!!!

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    Navy Seals. And anything else that irritating entity is in...Charlie Sheen...ewwwww.

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    THX 1138. We were 10 and 9, and 8 in 1971 when our Mom dropped us off at the theater. She gave us money and we got in. I just remember people trying to have sex and getting zapped and we were WTF?

    All this before WTF was invented. Talk about a terrible movie, naked people and crap we could not understand!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by biguncfan View Post
    Dumbest movie.......hmmmmmm......the first one that comes to mind

    Dude Where's My Car. Yep, thats it..........lame
    Holy crap, I forgot about that one! That was beyond bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComputerGuy View Post
    THX 1138. We were 10 and 9, and 8 in 1971 when our Mom dropped us off at the theater. She gave us money and we got in. I just remember people trying to have sex and getting zapped and we were WTF?

    All this before WTF was invented. Talk about a terrible movie, naked people and crap we could not understand!!
    Have you tried seeing it after you became an adult? You might think differently about it. I thought it was a great movie. Robert Duval and Donald Pleasents were both really good. IMHO
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    I forgot "The story of us" willis and pfeiffer.

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    Bad Movies (Not In A Good Way)

    My picks are:

    !.) "Eyes Wide Shut": wish mine were in the theatre that night
    2.) Any movie with Steven Seagal/Pauly Shore/The Rock


    And, oh yeah, I liked the "Garfield" movie. Gonna go watch it right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johntrim040851 View Post
    Have you tried seeing it after you became an adult? You might think differently about it. I thought it was a great movie. Robert Duval and Donald Pleasents were both really good. IMHO

    Maybe I will. Thank You

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    Napoleon Dynamite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayou Voodoo View Post
    Three way tie between Napoleon Dynamite, Nacho Libre' and Eyes Wide Shut. All three were total and complete wastes of time.


    ITA about Nacho Libre....I want that time of my life back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoxharding View Post
    I once saw a soft-core comedy/musical film adaptation of Cinderella.
    The only good part of the was the guy who played the Fairy Godmother-that guy had to work on Broadway. He could sing and dance!
    Otherwise,it was stupid.
    Oh, God, I've tried to forget this movie. Was the first "porno" I ever rented. The acting was the most "wooden" thing.

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    Interview with a Vampire. That was some weak, overly-emotive shit.
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    Napoleon Dynamite--LOVE the Heder but hated that movie.

    I loved Six Pack!! For that time period it was a great movie.

    Remember Author! Author! w/ Pacino and all the kids?? I love that movie too.....a little schmaltz is good sometimes........
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    soft core Cinderella

    Quote Originally Posted by dailyvault View Post
    Oh, God, I've tried to forget this movie. Was the first "porno" I ever rented. The acting was the most "wooden" thing.
    I did a brief search of it-
    I will do more but it was made in 1977 and Sy Richardson played the Fairy Godmother.
    The director has gone on to make mainstream films and many tv shows.
    Sy is on the tv show 'Pushin Daisies' right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxxx View Post
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    Most anything Tom Cruise acts in
    I Agree.

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