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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    I thoght "Pump Up The Volume" was the most inane , boring , contrived piece of shit. First of all that Jack Nicholson wannabe starred in it, then it pandered to the most basic corporate wet dream of GenX $$$$$ in the early 90's. Oooh I'm a dork by day and an inspiring pirate dj/cultural guru by night. The dumbest scene is when the rich popular girl puts her crap in the microwave and almost blows her ass to oblivion. Then the parents are outraged by this mysterious svengali in thier midst. DUMB!
    WHAT? The smart/rich girl putting awards in a microwave oven didn't strike you as totally original and inspiring?
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    It was a stupid movie-It was lame.:P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    I thoght "Pump Up The Volume" was the most inane , boring , contrived piece of shit. First of all that Jack Nicholson wannabe starred in it, then it pandered to the most basic corporate wet dream of GenX $$$$$ in the early 90's. Oooh I'm a dork by day and an inspiring pirate dj/cultural guru by night. The dumbest scene is when the rich popular girl puts her crap in the microwave and almost blows her ass to oblivion. Then the parents are outraged by this mysterious svengali in thier midst. DUMB!
    I thought I was the only one who thought Slater was trying too hard to sound like Nicholson. I notice it first in Heathers.
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    "Without a Paddle" and "The Benchwarmers" are horrible. A waste of time to watch, to be honest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack-O-Lantern View Post
    "The Black Dahlia." What a stinking pile of excrement...a huge, HUGE disappointment.
    Being facinated with this case I bought the DVD as soon as it came out (didn't catch it in the theater). I too was hugely disappointed. It barely was about the case in itself at all. It could have been much better, I am hoping that someone makes a good movie about this subject someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scout987a View Post
    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.
    The latest "King Kong" is not very good either. A big budget pile of crap!
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    From Justin to Kelly...UUGGHH[/quote]

    Oh you poor thing. Haven't you been to enough.

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    Did anyone mention "The Dukes of Hazzard"? That was so bad it is unbelievable! Not to mention "Dukes of Hazzard 2". I haven't seen it and do not plan to but I am sure it was terrible! Why make a sequel to a movie that is terrible? As a tax-writeoff maybe?
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    Oh yeah, one more..."Man With No Country" is a huge disappointment. Hard to believe that this is recieving Oscar buzz! The ending is just...confusing!
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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!!
    Is THX 1138 the title of the movie? I have never heard of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curtis Radiohead View Post
    Is THX 1138 the title of the movie? I have never heard of it.
    It was George Lucus' first film I was made on a shoestring buget and released in 1971. Starred Robert Duvall and Donald Pleasence.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/THX_1138
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack-O-Lantern View Post
    "The Black Dahlia." What a stinking pile of excrement...a huge, HUGE disappointment.
    oh yeah! I'm gonna have to agree with you on that one...not the movie I expected at all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxxx View Post
    VANILLA SKY
    Most anything Tom Cruise acts in
    I second that!!

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    Zodiac and The Black Dahlia were disappointing...What was Samuel Jackson thinking agreeing to make "Black Snake Moan"...This is the WORST movie ever!

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    I totally hated The English Patiënt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linnythepooh View Post
    I totally hated The English Patiënt.
    If you hated the movie...NEVER read the book! This is one case where the book is worse than the movie.

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    Graffiti Bridge, Cool as Ice with Mr. Vanilla Ice

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    I agree with the consensus that tom cruise leaves much to be desired.
    Getting back to bad movies..............

    [SIZE=5]JESSICA[/SIZE] (1962)
    Wow ! They don't get much worse than this. ANGIE DICKINSON is JESSICA, a beautiful sexy American girl who sets up shop in Sicily being a "breath of fresh air, a joy to behold......" Huh ? MAURICE CHEVALIER is the local village priest. Holy Crap Batman !!! Oh, did I mention that he sings too ? His favorite song, by the way, or maybe I should say his most frequent ditty seems to be one called "JESSICA". Has a creepy similiarity to "DOMENICA DOMENICA" which coincidentally was also a hit for the clergy. Hhmmm. Anyway, all of the village women look like dark dark dreary peasants. Gypsy folk. The women hate JESSICA because they all fear that she's going to steal their husbands. JESSICA also rides around the village on a motorized scooter. Scandalous. Compared to the women of the town who all appear to be in mourning for an unseen corpse, DICKINSON indeed looks like a woman on the make. For one thing, she smiles. "Hello sailor............" Blond DICKINSON easily stands out in a village full of dreary peasant women and men who obviously need 'excitement' !

    DICKINSON scooters around the village ready to lend a helping hand wherever possible. Then CHEVALIER sings the hit tune "JESSICA" once again. Whatever he died from, it couldn't have been painful enough. How dare he ! Just dreadful. The movie sort of ends without reason too. Just stupid.
    I think that after they finished filming ROME ADVENTURE, they realized that they had some unused KODACHROME and since ANGIE was still there thought, "Shit, let's make another movie !"

    the honest to god tagline used for promoting this turkey :

    [SIZE=3]She's a Honeyhaired Dish of Dynamite - Who E[SIZE=4]X[/SIZE]plodes Joy On the Screen![/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3][/SIZE]

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    Earth Girls are easy I think it was the first movie that Jim Carrey was in. Gena Davis has a starring role in it.

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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
    What set it apart was that it was the first movie that pretty much did it's marketing on the net. Started as a word of mouth thing (well that is what they want you to believe) and was hyped as a semi documentary begging the question "Is it real?" This is the notoriety of the flick. However it stank to high heaven and then the studio's gave them a bunch more money and the second one was worse. By then the bubble had burst.
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    -- weekend at bernie's (walked out)
    -- a night at the museum (turned it off)
    -- black dahlia (turned it off)
    -- any jurassic park sequel

    stinky, you should see ashton kutcher in 'the butterfly effect'
    he really impressed me in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMKSouthie2001 View Post
    Tie between "Orange County" and "Taxi" (w/ Queen Latifa)
    See the original Taxi? The French one? Couple of good laughs in that one.
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    Frankenhooker! The Trailer!

    I love th<object width="425" height="355"><param name="movie" value="<A href="http://www.youtube.com/v/gjAs2knS2rw&rel=1"></param><param">http://www.youtube.com/v/gjAs2knS2rw&rel=1"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/gjAs2knS2rw&rel=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="355"></embed></object>is film- it is stupid yet I have watched it many times.

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    Sasquatch Mountain

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0486569/

    I am embarassed to admit that I stayed up for the whole thing last night.

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    Taxi and Fever Pitch. And I like Jimmy Fallon, but those movies,ugh

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    The Wiz. atrocious.
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    Just had to sit through Flubber with the kids. Some movies are just not worth remaking. It was God awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorbidMolly View Post
    " Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy ".....nuff said
    I didnt understand that boring piece of garbage. If I fall asleep duing a movie than chances are it was too hard to follow.

    Quote Originally Posted by hoxharding View Post
    An adaptation of the fairy tale, Cinderella traces the misadventures of our heroine, who, via the help of her "fairy" (i.e. gay) godmother, is granted heightened sexual prowess to win over Prince Charming. After a blindfolded orgy at the royal castle, the nerdy Prince must sleep with every willing woman in his kingdom until he finds that one, mysterious lover who so "stood out" on the night of the sex Ball. Written by Lammastide

    The guy who directed it is named Michael Pataki(think that is right)
    I was wrong, he is mainly an actor.
    Not only did he direct the 1977 soft porn version of Cinderella,but
    also episodes of 'The Nancy Drew Mysteries'
    Wow there was a dirty version of Cinderella? Yum. I will have to go rent that some day.

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    1) The Stupids
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    I can't remember the name of it-but this guy becomes tiny. First there is a scene where he supposedly is talking on the phone. Thing is,the director didn't notice the phone was not plugged into the jack. I don't think it was attached to the main phone part.
    Anyway, he gets tiny and falls down the blouse of his love interest which resulted in a scene I couldn't believe they didn't censor for tv.

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    GAME OVER

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Over_(2003_film)

    Bought this movie in the $3.00 bin at Wally World. Reading the Wiki - I had no idea Walter Koenig was in it...

    The whole movie they dropped lines where in the next instant you thought the movie would turn out to be porn...porn without nudity or sex.

    Yasmin would say something double entendre, and you thought she would rip off her top or drop to her knees for a bj or something. Worthless waste of $3.00 and 2 hours of my life I will never get back.

    I think we gave it away as a White Elephant gift.

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    Howard the Duck. OMG.
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    Bronco Billy with Clint Eastwood. It was late 1980. I can't remember if it was before after the Anyway but movies. It was not only stupid but I had a gallbladder attack during it and we had to leave. The kid with me loved it so I took her back the next night and ditto, but it got better before the move was over. The Orangutan movies were silly, but at least a notch above BB. I think one problem is I was spoiled by Dirty Harry and spaghetti westerns.

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    Any of the Michael Bay Transformers films.
    Didn't know that was a thing...

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    "Year One" with Jack Black and Michael Cera... I wanted to stick my finger up my nose, push out my eyeballs and then start thumping my brain for being so stupid as to watch this mess. I didn't get Vanilla Sky either, totally stupid. I'm surprised I didn't see "Ace Ventura" listed...
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    It's a tie between every movie ever shown on Mystery Science Theater 3000, yet like Mike and Joel, I cannot look away.
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    anything in the last 20-25 years with Robert De Niro

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    Howard the Duck. OMG.
    Staple right out of my childhood.

    I really wasn't supposed to be watching it because it's really an adult movie and Duck Boobs.

    They brought him to the modern Marvel Cinematic Universe now


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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    anything in the last 20-25 years with Robert De Niro
    Oooo, ooooo, did you Hide and Seek, where he was a psychologist and Dakota Fanning was his daughter, traumatized by the death of her mother.

    Dakota actually does a good job in the movie, she has to play a creepy kid, possibly with multiple personalities, and an imaginary friend.

    Spoiler alert: Turns out De Niro's character was actually a psycho killer who kills his wife and others. Unfortunately his split personality has a thick Southern Accent and murderously chases his daughter through the house yelling "Come out, come out, whurever, yew arrrrre!"

    During the movie, I thought the lights would come up and the Academy would withdraw his Oscar and any previous nominations, but now he has made Bad Grandpa, so I guess the Academy has no interest in saving either De Niro or the audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWrath of MadelineKahn View Post
    Oooo, ooooo, did you Hide and Seek, where he was a psychologist and Dakota Fanning was his daughter, traumatized by the death of her mother.

    Dakota actually does a good job in the movie, she has to play a creepy kid, possibly with multiple personalities, and an imaginary friend.

    Spoiler alert: Turns out De Niro's character was actually a psycho killer who kills his wife and others. Unfortunately his split personality has a thick Southern Accent and murderously chases his daughter through the house yelling "Come out, come out, whurever, yew arrrrre!"

    During the movie, I thought the lights would come up and the Academy would withdraw his Oscar and any previous nominations, but now he has made Bad Grandpa, so I guess the Academy has no interest in saving either De Niro or the audience.
    Godsend is another bad De Niro film.

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    I am a fan of several M. Knight Shyamalan but I almost died of sheer bordum and disappointment when I watched The Happening. A completely soulless and bizarre film.

    Another film that I LOLed in the theater was Hannibal Rising. The actor took a most intriguing character and turned him into a psychotic clown killer. Very disappointing. You can't give a roll like that to a B actor.
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    I can't remember what it was but it had Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke. I knew who the killer was in the first 10 minutes or so and it was just horrible. I hate movies you can figure out right away, except The Sixth Sense. Somehow I figured it out right away, I told my friend "OH my God I think I know the twist" and wrote it down on a piece of paper shortly after we started watching. I don't think anything gave it away, it was just a weird gut feeling I got, almost like a psychic moment. Speaking of twist endings, the best was The Others. That was a great movie and I never saw that coming. It's old now, but if you haven't seen it and you like suspense movies, check it out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicbettie View Post
    I can't remember what it was but it had Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke. I knew who the killer was in the first 10 minutes or so and it was just horrible. I hate movies you can figure out right away, except The Sixth Sense. Somehow I figured it out right away, I told my friend "OH my God I think I know the twist" and wrote it down on a piece of paper shortly after we started watching. I don't think anything gave it away, it was just a weird gut feeling I got, almost like a psychic moment. Speaking of twist endings, the best was The Others. That was a great movie and I never saw that coming. It's old now, but if you haven't seen it and you like suspense movies, check it out.
    Taking Lives from 2004 - it was terrible

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    Any thing with Adam Sandler or Pauly Shore. Makes me cringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangitbawb View Post
    "Year One" with Jack Black and Michael Cera... I wanted to stick my finger up my nose, push out my eyeballs and then start thumping my brain for being so stupid as to watch this mess.
    YES!!! There was a shocking 45 seconds that was hysterical and the rest sucked. The 45 seconds was Bill Hader's appearance as a body-painted medicine man with a bone through his nose. It was near the beginning of the film, so I had hope...for a little while...
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    R.I.P.D. my husband and I went to the movies to see this, we actually ended up walking out,
    Witch dumbest, depressing, WTF movie I ever saw,
    Sleep Away Camp
    I just watched Friday the 13th the first one, I used to love it when I was a kid and I was like what the hell was I thinking,
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    A fried of mine has a running bet with people who he knows that none of them will be able to watch Undercover Blues all the way through. Nobody has collected on it yet.

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    HATED IT!!! "I'm singing to my razor!!!!!", One of my all time worst movies I ever had to set through. The things we do for those we love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skiddledy Gumbo View Post
    A fried of mine has a running bet with people who he knows that none of them will be able to watch Undercover Blues all the way through. Nobody has collected on it yet.
    I found it on youtube I'll see if I can sit through it, it's the full movie.
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    The last movie I saw that I regret going to is "The Boss" with Melissa McCarthy... mind numbingly stupid!
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