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Benning Boy 08-27-2009 02:25 PM

Worst Movie Ever Made???
So with the movie threads lately, it occurs to me that the glass is sometimes half empty.

First, I don't mean fun-bad. I love corny, bad B-movies. Sometimes they're more fun than a well made movie. Sometimes they become classics in their own right.

I'm talking about the movie you would opt for surgery over seeing again.

Name the film, and state your reason. You may just save a fellow mwmber from a horrible fate.

orangello 08-27-2009 02:46 PM

"Fresh Horses" reason it sucked, i am not a woman. (goneGF wanted to see it :rolleyes: )

976-EVIL was an excruciatingly lame Horror film back-in-the-day. I think that was one of maybe three movies i've walked out on.

Benning Boy 08-27-2009 02:50 PM

Never Surrender, the MMA movie, has to be close to the top for me, and I love MMA. Lame acting, lame fights, lame story, lame everything. I don't know what a key-grip is, but I'm sure that was even lame.

dunerunner 08-27-2009 03:00 PM

Recent...The Day the World Stood Still....Just another environmental poke at Global Weather change caused by humans!

spittinfire 08-27-2009 03:05 PM

Fahrenheit 911 or anything by Michael Moore.

dunerunner 08-27-2009 03:11 PM

Forgot about those Spitty, cause I would never watch the damned things....but you are soooo right!!

spittinfire 08-27-2009 03:14 PM


Originally Posted by dunerunner (Post 151635)
Forgot about those Spitty, cause I would never watch the damned things....but you are soooo right!!

I watched that one, it did nothing but make my blood pressure go sky high and make me want to beat michael moore into a coma. Keep in mind I was at a very liberal college when that piece of crap came out and copies were everywhere.

Caliche 08-27-2009 03:19 PM

Solaris was pretty bad.

jeepcreep927 08-27-2009 03:21 PM

Absolutely hands down worst movie ever made: Tracks, starring Dennis Hopper. Painful to watch.
A movie about a Viet Nam vet returning his KIA buddy's ashes to California. I figured if Dennis Hopper was in it, it would be at least entertaining.

I bought it at the PX at Hickam AFB. That was 13 years ago and I still kick myself for not leaving it there. It made absolutely not one bit of sense at all. I still wake up at night thinking about how bad it was (that's no sh*t either).

Benning Boy 08-27-2009 03:36 PM

Remember now, you gotta tell us WHY it's bad.

I am a huge Seagal fan. After J.D., he's my primary driving force in my "Acquire a 1911" fund. He's done some admirable things in his personal life, and he's an old guy who still whoops @$$ and gets the girl.

That said...

Against the Dark, he's a proffesional post apocalyptic vampire hunter. Certainly in my top 10 baddies, mostly because the concept had some potential, and it wasn't executed.

Kill Switch, he's a southern cop (Memphis, New Orleans?) tracking serial killers. Okay. Film moves along, wraps up, and he disappears. To resurface. In Russia. Speaking Russian. To a hot Russian babe. At his Russian house, with his Russian kids. No explanation whatsoever, it's just there, and leaves you audibly saying "WTF???"

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