What’s the worst movie you’ve ever seen?

Posted on July 01, 2014 by admin
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11 to “What’s the worst movie you’ve ever seen?”

  1. Alicia says:

    Dead Ringers is disgustingly anti-woman, made me sick. I walked out in the middle of the film, it was the only time I’ve ever asked for a refund at a movie theater.

  2. Melissa says:

    Exit to Eden. It was so bad, folks were leaving so quickly, homeless people were sleeping in the theatre. 2 hr undisturbed nap away from the crowds or elements so I guess it did have some folks who liked it

  3. Jack says:

    My daughter asked this very question last night, and I told her what I’ll tell you: That I’ve been to too many film festivals, and have seen too many horrendous stinkers that never saw a theatrical release — for which we should all be grateful. One that still sticks out in my mind was a 1997 Sundance entry called “Rhinoceros Hunting in Budapest,” about depressed models walking around Paris and contemplating suicide. By the end of the film, I certainly was.

  4. Deb Ranson says:

    Anything with Kevin Costner.

  5. Jewell says:

    Years ago, when we lived relatively sheltered lives -in some respects- overseas, we walked out of “Rocky Horror Picture Show”. Didn’t know what to make of it. Didn’t stay long enough to figure it out, either.

  6. Christine says:

    Machete…absolute worst…waste of time & money!

  7. Jan says:

    Revenge of the Nerds, Part 2. Only saw it because we were taking my wife’s son and his little buddy. We walked out and met them later. Bleh.

  8. Cheryl Jeska says:

    Wayne’s World (oh. does it count if I couldn’t get through it?)

  9. Nancy Endler says:

    The English Patient. I’ll never understand how it one the Academy Award.

  10. Cathy says:

    OMG a couple years ago I searched far and wide to find the movie DONDI because I remembered watching it during the holidays when I was young. I finally got a copy and it is so bad My sister and I could not even get through it.

  11. Jay Kay says:

    Claire of the moon-no doubt. They were trying very hard to build a good sexual tension between these two characters before the actually act, but by the time they arrived I was saying ” please don’t.” Oh, also anything Holloywood produces these days.

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