Originally Posted by phinz
IMHO, though, there are very few truly bad movies. Even the bad ones can be quite fun.
I agree with you there Phinz, a lot of it can come down to the frame of mind that you are in, who you are with, when you are watching it, etc.
That said, I do have a few that I was far from crazy from (off the top of my head)...
-Only the Lonely (my least favourite Candy movie)
-The Most Fetile Man In Ireland (yes, it's really called that, and I implore you do not waste money on renting it!)
-The vast majority of Adam Sandler movies
-"The Never Ending Story" (more like the story that should never have begun
-Battlefield Earth (needs no comment)
-Just about all of Madonna's movie (I'll cut her some slack for her role in "A League of Their Own")
-Waterworld (sorry, but I gave up all hope on liking this flick the moment that Coster cut off their hair, that was so mean!)
-All of the "Tremors" movies
-Carrie (Not every Stephen King book needs to be turned into a movie)
-Any "b" movie where a clown was the villian
-Spice World (and for that matter just about every movie where a pop singer has tried to "act", from Brit to Vanilla Ice)
-Every J-Lo movie ("Selena" wasn't that bad)
-Baby Gebiues (Dear gads, I heard that they made a sequel in 2004, is this true?)
While I do truly see where this film was trying to go, the worst movie that I've seen this year was a 2003 Danish movie entitled, "De Gronne Slagtere". If anyone else has seen this film I'd be so curious to hear what you think about it. DH liked it, but I thought it was gory as can be, but more over the idea could have been carried out a lot better.
(A snippet of trivia, did you guys know that in 1971 there was a "b" movie put out called "Let's Scare Jessica to Death"