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What's the worst movie you ever saw?

Posted on 2007.03.19 at 15:22
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Here is a list of the 100 worst-reviewed movies ever, as measured by percentage of positive vs. negative reviews. Catwoman is only #100, so you know there are some bad ones here.


yafah at 2007-03-19 19:52 (UTC) (Link)
i want to make a meme out of this lol... how many of the worst movies of all time have you seen?
theservant at 2007-03-19 19:56 (UTC) (Link)
except I don't think it should be of all time; '40s and '50s b-movies shouldn't count, because they weren't really supposed to be all that good, and in some cases it wasn't their fault that all they had to make a flying saucer was a pie-pan on a string. I am more interested in present day movies that had big budgets and the like, and that someone thought would be a good idea, but turned out to be incredibly bad, Catwoman being a prime example.
yafah at 2007-03-19 20:02 (UTC) (Link)
I actually started working on the list but stopped when I realized what was going on. It's worst reviewed but the problem is that there are a few movies that either haven't come out yet (except sneak previews) or JUST came out like 3 days ago and they only have a few reviews. The Number 23 is a new movie, so the reading isn't accurate, but Catwoman has been around a while so it can count. etc.
theservant at 2007-03-19 20:04 (UTC) (Link)
This is true. But Norbit was on the list, so it is reasonably current.
yafah at 2007-03-19 20:18 (UTC) (Link)
It's current but what I'm saying is that just picking a snapshot of Rotten Tomatoes would show something like this, where newer movies seem to have worse ratings than movies that are older (due to a larger response, supposedly). I mean, I am sure Catwoman and Elektra are worse than The Number 23.
Release the Kraken!
delerium69 at 2007-03-19 22:15 (UTC) (Link)
Hm, you mean besides "Ishtar?" I think "Give My Regards to Broadstreet" starring Sir Paul and Co. would qualify. Ditto for "Jaws 3-D." I can't believe I *paid* money to watch those uh 'movies.'

Oh and lets not forget "Maximum Overdrive." Proof positive Stephen King should NOT direct his own films. Yeesh.
mrfares at 2007-03-20 02:24 (UTC) (Link)

200 Motels is safe. So is Look Who's Talking Now

So I'm pretty safe picking movies released in 2000 or earlier. Only 5 of these were made between the beginning of time and then. After that come the worst shit of all time, a significant amount of it in the last five months. Wow. Bush really does suck.
metalclarinet at 2007-03-20 04:05 (UTC) (Link)
No time to look through a slide show. Is there a simple list?

My wife is related to Kent Taylor (Gangbusters, Boston Blacky, and even a bit part in a Mae West film.) However, a lot of his movies belong on the list. We saw "Monster of 10,000 Leagues". Presumably the producers though a league was a tenth of an inch because the monster hung out about 90 feet down. The worst plot hole is that a Navy battleship gets destroyed right off the coast and nobody every shows up to investigate. Of course, it did look like a two dollar plastic model ship.

Kent Taylor trivia: He is the source of the "Kent" in Clark Kent. Clark Gable was the source of "Clark".
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