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FoxiePanda

That Movie is AWFUL!!!

Just thought this up an was curious to see what responses I would get from it!

I want to a know a movie that you just absolutely hate and I want to know why you hate it so much. It can be a popular, something obscure, anything that you feel is just absolute garbage. Just please, no responses with just: I hate it because it's stupid. That's not a good enough reason. Tell me the particulars of why you hate it so much.

I think this will be fun...or rage-inducing. XD Either way, let's see what gets posted here.
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Added: 7 years, 6 months ago
 
SydneySnake
7 years, 6 months ago
Okay I thought 'Click' was pretty crappy. The first half of the movie was kinda funny, but I mean most of the humor was like. "oh shit the dog keeps "wrestling" with that stuffed animal", and then the second half of the movie was like insanely serious. It had an interesting message, but the movie just didn't have a very defined style. It was sort of like one person wrote the beginning and then another totally different person wrote the end. :/

Then you know Brokeback Mountain but that doesn't really need explaining XD;
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Yeah I just heard really bad things about that movie, so I avoided it at all costs when it came out. Adam Sandler tends to make a lot of crappy movies, so I wasn't upset about missing it. Good review though of it, Syd! Makes me want to see it even less now, which is very good. :)

And yeah...we know about that travesty. XD
LupineAssassin
7 years, 6 months ago
Men In Black II. One of the worst films I've ever seen. Now I hear there's gonna be a MIB3. *vomits* ><
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Don't remember it well enough to agree or disagree.
LupineAssassin
7 years, 6 months ago
Trust me, that fucking film sucked major ass.
CookieFritz
7 years, 6 months ago
OMG! FINALLY! I agree with you 100%
LupineAssassin
7 years, 6 months ago
HUGS!
CookieFritz
7 years, 6 months ago
HELL YESH
LupineAssassin
7 years, 6 months ago
Although there was a movie adaption of "Land Of The Lost" starring Will Farrell, nothing replaces the original Sid & Marty Krofft series. However, in the early 90's an absolutely ATROCIOUS reworking of the show left me wanting to destroy things. The remade series was THAT FUCKING AWFUL!! ><
gamepopper
7 years, 6 months ago
Two Movies, Anchorman and Rollerball.
I absolutley hate Anchorman mainly because I have a friend who wouldn't shut up about it being the best movie of all time, and that it's the funniest movie he's ever seen. The way I see it, the main character is the biggest and most unlikable asshole, yet we are meant to sympathise with him, the cameos are beyond rediculous, some of the jokes are really dull, and we are meant to sympathise with this jerk called Ron Burgundy?! The only reason I still own my DVD copy is because Brick Tamland is the only real funny thing in this movie.

The other movie, Rollerball, has nothing for me to enjoy. The main story is both confusing, some more interesting elements of the story or world of Rollerball is unexplained, the villains motivation are really confusing, and the most dissappointing thing is that they made the coolest kind of sport BORING. That and the music is dull.

I'm not the kind of guy to hate a movie, and it's hard for a movie to find a moment which pisses me off, but both these films do it.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Well damn. I actually wanted to see Anchorman, but maybe that's not such a good idea now. Thanks for your opinion on it! XD

And I remember Rollerball, though I never saw it. Glad to know it was a bad as it looks.
gamepopper
7 years, 6 months ago
" FoxietheWindragon wrote:
Well damn. I actually wanted to see Anchorman, but maybe that's not such a good idea now. Thanks for your opinion on it! XD
And I remember Rollerball, though I never saw it. Glad to know it was a bad as it looks.


Best not to take my word literally, everyone else I talk to about it say its funny in someway or another.
Also Glenn, I was referring to the 1975's Rollerball.
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
1975 or 2002 rollerball? i googled the title to see if it was the movie i was thinkin' of (it wasn't btw) and saw there were 2 of them.
RokukeShiba
7 years, 6 months ago
http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywit... the WORST EVER!!

Worse then the other titanic movie with the rapping dog!
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Wow XD That's all I can say about that.
CookieFritz
7 years, 6 months ago
I don't think I've laughed this much in my life.
FlynnRausch
7 years, 6 months ago
Gattica. I was so pissed off. Maybe in retrospect I wasn't old enough to understand what was going on, but I was so pissed off in the theatre. I've never walked out of a movie before, but Gattica was as close as it got for me. I guess it was billed as something that was going to be very much like the first Matrix movie, but was so far off from being anything remotely the same that I had no chance of enjoying it based on that premise. :/
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I've heard of Gattica, but I've never actually seen it. What's it about anyways?
AshtonHunter
7 years, 5 months ago
In a nutshell? Our society goes into gene mod tech really heavily and most births are 'custom built' affairs to make the kids as perfect as possible geneticly. It gets to a point not having enough genetic perfection ends up as a sort of a blackmark for you for anything you want to do. The story follows one guy in particular who wants to be an astronaut but you need a very very very pure genetic history to do that. The guy physicly doesn't fit the needs so he pulls an elaborate stunt to make himself apear to be, to the point where he's taping a fake fingerpint over his real one so when it's pricked for a bloodtest on his way into 'work' he can pass by without a thought and he's wearing tech to falsify his abilities, changing his heartrate count and things like that all to eventualy win his way onto a spaceship.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Well it sounds kind of neat. But I guess if it's not pulled off just right then it sucks.
AshtonHunter
7 years, 5 months ago
from what I remember of it it was good-shrugs- but it's been awhile so I could be wrong.
PsyChuan
7 years, 6 months ago
Tooth.
I have never seen a worse film in my life.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I know exactly what you're talking about, but I never saw it. XD I still kind of want to though, just to get a laugh or two.
PsyChuan
7 years, 6 months ago
No, don't. It's up there with The Star Wars Christmas Special in terms of so bad it goes past 'so bad it's funny' and plunges straight down into bad.
viviboi9
7 years, 6 months ago
I hate navol movies like fahrenheit 451 I read the book (I like it) but the movie >:( I wanted to burn that
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I still haven't read the book, but I really need to. But it's not uncommon for the book to be better than the movie. :)
CookieFritz
7 years, 6 months ago
Wolfman was pretty damn awful. Spiderman 3. The sequels to the Matrix. Terminator 4. The last 20 minutes of AI. Meet The Spartans. Battlefield Earth. Anything related to Big Momma.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I wanted to see Wolfman till I saw the reviews. Spider Man 3 was just...ugh. The Matrix sequels were really crappy. Terminator 4 I still haven't seen, but I haven't heard much about it, besides when Christian Bale flipped shit on the set. I watched AI when I was younger and didn't like it, but I was pretty young at the time, so maybe I should re-watch it. The people that do movies like Meet the Spartans just need to stop. They're not funny, they never were. Battlefield Earth is considered one of the biggest failures ever and I can see why after watching a review on it. As for Big Momma...stupid shit.
Joeyboy
7 years, 6 months ago
Johnny Mnemonic.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
The one with Keanu Reeves right? I've never seen it, but why didn't you like it?
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
Terrible acting... Dull story. Terrible but now that Ive had time to think about it...
Definately Shyamalan's "The Happening".
Awful. Truly awful.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Yeah...I just don't like Keanu Reeves. As for 'The Happening', I wanted it to be good, but I just knew it wouldn't. Not surprised to know it wasn't of course. XD
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
Unbreakable is like one of my top ten films of all time. I LOVE that movie.
I had no idea the depths to which The Happening would suck.
Ixyao
7 years, 6 months ago
Personally...any thing with Will Ferrel.... He just isn't funny! D:

Oh, and hostel. Not cause it was that bad of a film...just the change from soft-core porn to full detail slasher was jarring to say the least.
Wolfblade
7 years, 6 months ago
I despise Will Farrel in almost everything I've seen him in.

Except 'Stranger Than Fiction.'

Absolutely excellent film, and it shows how he actually has a great deal of talent when he's not being "Will Farrel." Which of course just makes me hate him all the more for being so damn retarded all the time now that I know he CAN be better than that. X3
Slimywolf
7 years, 6 months ago
Here, here!  (>:D)
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Couldn't agree with you more on this, Blade! 'Stranger than Fiction' was a very good movie that kept me intrigued and interested throughout. It really does show that he has acting potential, but as you said, it sucks knowing that he can act so well, but just picks these really shitty movies to act in.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I have to agree with Wolfblade on this. You should definitely check out 'Stranger than Fiction'. It's one of my favorite movies.
DOtter
7 years, 6 months ago
Event Horizon -- the movie that kept Sam Neill away from Jurrasic Park II

The GF wanted to see it because she knows I like science fiction, but I could tell from the trailers that it was horror, (which I don't like at all.) I admit, at first it was rather scary; the scene near the beginning where Dr Weir was shaving with a straight razor that panned back to reveal he was in a space station was eerily vertiginous. (But shaving with a straight razor in a space station? That's a waste of precious water!) As the rescue ship arrived at the exploratory vessel Event Horizon, things got scarier quickly... but then they just got more and more predictable! By the middle of the show I was thinking to myself, this is due to be next... there it is, that should follow... there it is, and they'll throw in a twist... a blood flood? How cliche...

Movie entrepreneur Sam Goldwyn once told an over-ambitious writer, "If you want to send a message, call Western Union!" He might have approved of this movie, but I didn't. It went much too far in being scary at the cost of meaning anything. "A Nightmare On Elm Street" was about guilty conscience, as personified by Freddy Krueger. Daybreakers was about our dependence on petroleum. Event Horizon was about 96 minutes; it was shock after dubious shock at ever increasing volume, (my ears hurt by the end), and in the end it signified nothing; a thrill ride that failed to thrill.

My recommendation; if you see it in the DVD racks or NetFlix cue, pass it by.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Funny, I actually have this movie on DVD. XD I bought it a while back cause I kept hearing good things about it. Ultimately, it was just really weird. Nothing really special.
TheThirdChild
7 years, 6 months ago
Swearing fit in...3...2...1...
I don't know if this is the worst film I've watch but it's the one that disappointed me the most; Alien versus Predator 2.
Unlike some, I enjoyed the first film. All right, there were some pretty bad characters to which I was grateful when they died to the point I was almost shouting out "kill the Bastard!" but I enjoyed the rest; it satisfied me. However AVP2 is a different story. It may have satisfied me if I could fucking see what was happening! Even in the middle of a sunny day it was dark! And then there's the characters. They had to do the Ripley thing! It was fine in the first film; she had a personality; this one however just had tits and a gun. And of course like in any cheap crappy horror film, you have the retarded teenagers! Seriously, if I was in that film I would have just thrown them at the aliens! They make genocide plausible! And I've saved the best bit till last...
You know what's worse than a dark film? A dark film with fucking shaky cam! Seriously! Who thinks this is a good idea? Can you see the slight shimmer of the alien head? Yes? oh dear... lets shake the camera around for pointless effect! Can you see it now? No? Good! (<< a pillock!)
*pants* Okay I think I'm fine now....
Probably just waisted my breath because everyone knows the film is terrible.......unless your into snuff I guess.... =/
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Very nicely put. XD AVP2 really did look pretty bad and after the first one did horribly, you think they would have got the idea and not made another one, but that's Hollywood for ya.
HimaChita
7 years, 6 months ago
I have three absolute hates

The Love Guru - One of the few Mike Myers movies that I don't find funny at all, the plot was just horrible and the end joke with the elephants just abhorred me and I'm not sensitive about fat jokes.

Kickin it old skool - I saw this one on TV and couldn't even bear to finish it. Everything is absolutely horrible about it, plot, music, dancing, everything. Jamie Kennedy should literally be shot for it, not anywhere to kill, just to teach him not to be in shit again.

Knocked Up - The only movie that has the distinction of me walking out on in theaters and I've seen well over 200 movies in theatre. Seth Rogan and Katherine Heigl both did not perform well and their chemistry was awful. I've tried to go back and watch it on TV but it still stunk.

FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
The Love Guru just looked stupid as hell. I saw the trailer and just knew that I would never ever want to see it. And sure enough, critics and people showed their hate for it.

Kickin' It Old Skool was bound to fail. Jamie Kennedy isn't really that good, so putting him in a stupid setting with a stupid idea is just...well...stupid.

As for Knocked Up, I kind of liked it. It definitely has flaws, the length could have been cut by half-an-hour, but it interested me. I think the chemistry between them was meant to be awkward and not 100% serious, but who knows?
Killjoy
7 years, 6 months ago
Star Ship Troopers part 2: Reason I hate it- it sucked (when compared to the first movie) and barely had any thing to do with the first movie, plus it had bad actors.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I really liked Starship Troopers, so when I saw that Starship Troopers 2 went straight to DVD, my first instinct was to pass it because it would be utter shit. Glad to know it was. XD
KennyKitsune
7 years, 6 months ago
Ok... Sucky movies and why:

Episode 1: JarJar Binks!
The Final Frontier: Kirk Directed!
Beowulf: after he tried to fight the demon queen, no battle was seen, and then it just dragged from there!
Pearl Harbor: the actual attack was 40 minutes. The rest was a f%#€¥ing love triangle story!
Vampires Suck: was only briefly funny. Not even Scary Movie caliber!
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Episode 1: That's the reason most people hate it. XD
The Final Frontier: I haven't seen it, so I can't really give an opinion on it.
Beowulf: I just thought it looked kind of dumb. On top of that, Robert Zemeckis' cg animations creep me out.
Pearl Harbor: Agreed. I don't remember much about that movie, but I do remember it being a love story. Just wasteful.
Vampires Suck: I wanted this movie to be funny, but I had the feeling it wouldn't be.
smatt3469
7 years, 6 months ago
the Godzilla movie that came out in 1998 it had Matthew Broderick, in it that's not way i hate it they raped Godzilla with a fucking SOLDERING iron for fuck's sake not even any lube that's just rough man and painful hope they don't screw up the new one or it'll be like off of South Park when they made fun of Indiana Jones they killed him with missiles i was so pissed
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I saw Godzilla only once, when it came out on DVD in 1998. Being that young, I don't remember a single thing about it, but I'm sure it was bad.
nekkofox
7 years, 6 months ago
First off, I hated The Green Hornet. Why? Because the only likable character in the bloody movie was the sidekick! The main character was a pedantic, self-centered rich brat with daddy issues, and the female protagonist was the most flat character (metaphorically speaking) in the movie. The villain was the semi-evil pissant who came off more as pretentious than devious, and the rest of the movie felt slap-dash. The ending could be seen from a mile away, and all in all , I have to say it's as if you took all the cool from Iron Man and threw it away and replaced the cast with a bunch of tools and douchebags fresh of out of acting college.

Second, the Twilight movies. Partially because of the trash people refer to as Twilight the book, partially because of the fans. The beginning will be set by the books. The movie did a good job interpreting the book (read: this is NOT A GOOD THING) and as such the entirety of its cast felt more like a bunch of precocious kids than blood sucking undead and vicious werewolves. Bella, especially, who has got to be the WORST character of ANY book EVER written, and she's portrayed as this pathetic piece of flesh that clings to Edward with the intensity of most parasitic life forms. Next up, the fans. Oh, sweet Gods, the fans...

Tell me, if a grown man looks at a high school girl and says "Man I would fuck that so hard", everyone looks at him with disgust in their eyes and their finger on the Pedophile Watch hotline. Neat, right? Problem here is the role is reversed. MOTHERS are eying the teenage heartthrobs (*snicker*) and no one gives it a passing glance. Double standard much? Also, these Twihard (twiTard?) fans, the girls who literally ATTACK people because they do not like the books and movies. There have been cases of these lunatics breaking peoples legs, firing flare guns at people, gang-beating people in school, and throwing acid in peoples faces during chemistry classes. Over what? A poorly written character in Stephenie Meyers' wet dream (if you'll notice, her character 'Bella' is an EXACT description of herself. Go figure).

Next, that movie Space Chimps. There was no plot. The imagery was alright, but the concept dragged so far behind the rest of the movie it was ridiculous. The characters were useless, and honestly, the movie would have been better without them, and maybe then it would have actually functioned in the way a story would, as in convey a plot with a goal without RAPING YOUR MIND WITH FAILURE.

Last, the G.I. Joe Movie. That was the biggest steaming pile of rejection I have ever seen. Seriously, it slammed a huge cock made out of failure into the rear end of my childhood and ejaculated ruination over everything. The ending was obvious, the special effects were so-so, the plot was terrible, the characters were pathetic, the story fell apart, AND THIS WAS MY CHILDHOOD THEY DESTROYED HERE. All in all, these movies sucked pretty hard.

Twilight wins though because it sucked HORRIBLY as both its cinematic adaptation AND as a book. Congrats Stephenie Meyer, you've set literature back thirty years and women's rights back even farther. Kudos.
BeckTiger
7 years, 6 months ago
Worst movies ever, hmm...I definitely have to agree with Space Chimps.  Usually movies can keep my interest, but I fell asleep with this one.  I thought it looked bad, but my ex b/f (b/f at the time) wanted to see it, and I was like "Ok, we'll make some snacks and watch..."...and I swear, i think i fell asleep in the popcorn.  Second worst movie (though just as bad), was Bruno.  Again, b/f wanted to see it.  I got -so- offended, I nearly dragged him out of the theater.  There was maybe one funny part, and you saw it in the trailer anyway.  Not to mention, there's a lot of X-rated imagery and such in it too...how odd.  But yeah, there was no point to it at all, and I felt very offended by all the gay stereotypes in it, regardless of exaggeration or not.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Thank you! Bruno was just a big pile of shit.
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
I know the ultimate goal of Bruno was to show America how bigoted it is. But it's kinda like shooting fish in a barrel.
If you go to the buckle of the bible belt and and you aren't a white southern christian with three teeth, you're bound to attract attention in a negative way.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Not even that, but it's just done stupidly. I mean, in his previous film, all of the reactions he got from everyone in the public setting seemed genuine and real. In this one, it just felt acted out almost entirely.
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
Illegal immigrant furniture? Gimme a break.
Who's gonna believe that shit?
nekkofox
7 years, 6 months ago
Bruno was that movie that we all see in a commercial, does nothing to set expectations, and then dies in a gutter covered in its own excrement.
BeckTiger
7 years, 6 months ago
Damn! o.o
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I actually liked The Green Hornet. Granted, it wasn't anything special, and yes it was a basic storyline with basic characters, but with all of that I still found it entertaining. I will agree that the main character was an asshole though. The sidekick was awesome.

Wow...I really like your explanation on Twilight. Very well done. I don't really have to add anything to it. XD  Though I do have to say the fan base is the creepiest ever. I have heard of them attacking people for not liking it, and I've also heard of fans wanting to stick sex toys in the freezer to make them cold in hopes of imitating getting fucked by a vampire! That just...fails me on so many levels.

Space Chimps I can sum up easily. Saw the trailer and it annoyed the piss out of me. It failed for a good reason.

As for G.I. Joe, the trailer looked cool, but that's about it. I've heard from others that it shit all over the original, so I'm not surprised to hear you have the same reaction to it as well. Good to know though.
TitusWolf
7 years, 6 months ago
A movie I thought sucked was Quarantine..

They pretty much just sealed of a building and everyone inside dies... If no one lives then I just wasted 2 hours thinking "how would they get there way out of this?" If someone woulda made it out then it would have been a little better..
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I kinda liked Quarantine, but I've heard the original movie, titled Rec, was a lot better. Same plot and ending, but people like it much more.
Sinaqui
7 years, 6 months ago
Few people will agree with me, but I hate Inception.
It was an incredibly well made movie, it had a great story, it was engrossing, but the last 40 seconds of the movie were the worst thing I could possibly imagine. The ending of the movie, the way it was done, I hated it. I hated it even more when I thought about it, because I couldn't think of any other way to end the movie without being honest to the story line.
So maybe I'm weird, but I hate something because it was good, but I'm not telling people to avoid it or anything, if anything I'd recommend seeing it... I guess I can just be weird, though.
Wolfblade
7 years, 6 months ago
The ending infuriates most people because of the ambiguity. They argue over which way it meant to end. I hated it when I first saw it because I thought this great movie pulled the cop-out ending. Then I thought more, and decided maybe the ending I thought it should have was the right one. Then I look into people analyzing it, and see that nobody can definitively say which it was.

But that was intentional. They were very careful to make it so that either of the two interpretations for what that last sequence signified COULD be entirely accurate and "correct." The message of the movie was that whichever way you take it, it absolutely doesn't matter.
Sinaqui
7 years, 6 months ago
And that final realization, oddly enough, is what solidified my dislike of the movie. It was like, "When you think about it, it would have been a cop out to end it in either favor... This is the only way to do it and have it make sense."
I'm more of a fan of definitive closure, I suppose. It's a silly thing to be upset about, either way, so as a form of entertainment it did a good job of making me think about it more than just zonking out and staring, haha.
Wolfblade
7 years, 6 months ago
*nodnods* I like definitive closure too. So when I saw that they intentionally designed the ending to be "correct" in either interpretation, I chose the ending that would make it a good movie to me, and so I was happy with it. :D
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I chose that ending as well. XD
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
i actually like ambiguous endings. i actually like shutter island for the exact same reason i like inception... at least in terms of endings.
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
It lost me when the guy pulled a bazooka out of his ass and said "You have to dream a little bigger" or something like that. Bullshit. Dream a fucking walkie-talkie to call in an air strike. Turn your enemies into bunnies. Dream yourself to point fuckin' B.
Garbage. I hate Inception.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Don't think I need to say more on this one. ^_^ Though I am a fan of Inception.
Wolfblade
7 years, 6 months ago
Twilight.

I know that's an easy one, but I just can't think of any movie I have hated as much as that one. It is an absolutely loathsome pile of shit, and it's inexplicable popularity makes NO SENSE AT ALL except from an incredibly sexist point of view. The girl has the choice between the nice guy she knew from childhood, or the creepy UGLY stalker rapist who nearly vomited the first time she saw him notice her. It'd be different if this was just a horribly written book that people only mention to ridicule, but that the books and movies strike such a cord with so many women just really does not make any positive general implications for those particular women at all.

It's one of those things where the character(s) are designed based on the most offensive and condescending stereotypes you can make about a particular group, and then that group which by all sense should be offended to see such a portrayal simply eats it up and asks for more.

I'd bet money that if a man wrote the exact same book, he'd be called a misogynist.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Very well put. Twilight just made me so uncomfortable while watching it that I would never want to put myself through it ever again.

And I have no doubt about that. If a man wrote it, he would get so much backlash from women's rights groups. But since a woman wrote the books, it's a-ok! ;D
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
twilight would be alot more awesome (though straight) if everything in it was the exact opposite. then it would be the story of a teenage boy trying to get with a "hot" vampire chick that wants to wait for marriage while avoiding the advances of the slutty werewolf girl next door!
DraculJOSHI
7 years, 6 months ago
Garbage pale kids...

look at it for 5 seconds in a "in 5 seconds" and you know why... *shuder*
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Garbage Pail Kids always freaked me out...enough said. xD
TheThirdChild
7 years, 6 months ago
Thought of another one! Tarnation.
A documentary about a retarded guy and his retarded life for 90 fucking retarded minutes! At milestones the screen fades out making you think it's going to end but noooo, 2 years later.... I literally screamed out "oh for fuck sake!" in my class and threatened to report the teacher for making us watch it! No one deserves to be punished by watching that!
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I shall keep this one in mind! XD
Slimywolf
7 years, 6 months ago
My pick for one of the most disliked movies I know of is Silent Hill.  It had such potential given the amount of resources the director could have pulled from the game.  Unfortunately, he decided to deviate from the story, changed the characters involved (seriously, why couldn't Harry Mason be the main protagonist and Dahlia Gillespie as a redeemable side character?  I call BFS!*), put in too many characters which ruined the otherwise desolate and eerily quite atmosphere, brought in pointless monster cameos (ie. Pyramid Head), and especially the plot exposition made by Alessa Gillespie towards the end of the movie!  (>:()
In other words, I personally feel the director made "too light" of what could have been a great horror film.  If there were to ever be a remake of this movie, I would like it to have been directed by an expert of Japanese horror movies/video games.  They know how to balance atmosphere, dark plots, and a haunting message in some of their movies!
*Bull-Fuc#&ng-Sh@t
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Silent Hill was so bad. And what made it worse was that I had a cold when I went and saw it, so imagine how I felt during it. XD
Slimywolf
7 years, 6 months ago
Oh, you poor wittle horror-loving dragon thing!  (;e;)  My heart goes out to you.  <3  <3  <3
Siraj
7 years, 6 months ago
Due Date. I have never gotten such a horrible headache from a movie ever. The fat, moronic character that Robert Downey Jr. was partnered with drove me absolutely insane @_@ I don't think I've eveeer hated a movie as much as I hate this one.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Thank you so much for this!!! <3 Due Date was the biggest, stupidest letdown ever. When I heard it was a pairing of Robert Downey, Jr. with Zack Galifianakis, I was really excited. I find both of them funny. This just wasn't. The script was what really made it a pile of shit. Worst time spent watching a movie ever.
Teko
7 years, 6 months ago
Both Tomb Raider films. I was dragged to both by friends who insisted that they were AWESOME, but I guess "awesome" for some guys is defined by Angelina Jolie's boobs. Ridiculously stupid.

Dr. Dolittle. Ugh, Eddie Murphy, what happened.

Titanic. Overwrought, silly, ridiculous movie.

FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Tomb Raider was a very stupid movie. I don't think I ever finished it and I never saw the second one.

Dr. Doolittle was horrible from what I remember, but it's been a while.

And I'm gonna say it, but I really like Titantic a lot. XD I saw it when it first came to theaters in 1997 and I've enjoyed it ever since. Sure it's silly and ridiculous, but it keeps me entertained and interested.
Teko
7 years, 6 months ago
In all fairness, I haven't seen Titanic since it came out, and my memories of it are dominated by sitting between two women who cried their eyes out from start to finish, flat-out bawling, so I'm sure that affected my opinion a bit. I should give it another look :)
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Definitely! :) It is flawed, but I still enjoy it a lot.
Furiursa
7 years, 6 months ago
Hrm... what a tinder-box of a question:

Worst movie I've ever had the (dis)pleasure of actually seeing in the theater: Definitely HARDWARE, possibly one of the most absolutely awful attempts at cyberpunk moviemaking.  Almost to the point it MIGHT be fun to watch with a bunch of friends (and lots of booze) to make fun of MST3K style.  Imagine trying (and failing) to mix Blade Runner, Mad Max, and Terminator, where most of the 'action' (and I say that loosely) takes place in one exceedingly dumb chick's apartment (with two-ton pneumatic doors, like every good cyberpunk apartment would have).  It's the ONLY movie I have EVER gotten up with every intention of leaving (cept my friends wouldn't let me leave them behind to suffer through the rest of the movie :P)

Followed closely by Mortal Combat: Annihilation - which is just full of some of the worst writing and CG effects ever (and recently I was forcibly made to recall the horror by io9.com which rightfully declared it a 'singularity of stupid'. :D http://io9.com/5803280/the-scenes-that-prove-mortal-ko...

Oh, and if you have netflix?  TRY... just TRY and watch Puffnstuff!  *shudder*

Oh and agree x1,000,000 with the person who said the American "Godzilla" (or GINO - Godzilla In Name Only)
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I have never heard of Hardware, but from your description, I think I'll avoid watching it ever. XD

And I've only seen a little bit of MK:A but it really is awful. "Too bad YOU...will die!"

What is Puffnstuff?
Furiursa
7 years, 6 months ago
Puffnstuff is a painful 1970s drug trip caught on video from the insane minds Sid & Marty Kroft (Banana Splits, Sigmund the Sea Monster, HR Puffnstuff, Lidsville, ElectraWoman & Dyna-Girl) Okay I LIVED through the 70s and watching it was both painful and hilarious. (laughing through my pain?).  If you have Netflix, try to watch it!  See if you can make it to the part where the evil witch has to break off her attack because her broom runs out of gas. :D
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
Oh my god... Hardware. I had buried that one!
HollandtheDingo
7 years, 6 months ago
The Last Airbender. It was a complete embarrassment for the TV series. Names pronounced wrong, bending was awful, and the storyline was so F!@#ED UP! It is probably the worst movie I have ever seen. RAGE!
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I never saw it, but I've heard all of those complaints and more, so I won't be seeing it. XD
ezalias
7 years, 6 months ago
Avatar. Not the Airbender one, the billion-dollar 3D boondoggle that proved James Cameron is in it for the money. It was too long and painfully predictable. All the moral ambiguity and interesting questions of identity from early drafts (dating back thirty years!) were excised to produce a perfect storm of cliche sci-fi nonsense. Saw it in theaters to support 3D filmmaking, haven't been able to sit through it again. Not even Rifftrax could save it... I got as far as "unobtanium" and gagged.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
As
Wolfblade
Wolfblade
put it before, it's a very beautiful looking pile of shit. That's all it really has going for it are the CG effects. XD
SenGrisane
7 years, 6 months ago
Tomb Raider 2. The only movie ever where I walked out of the cinema cause it was such crap.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I didn't like the first one, so I never saw the second one. XD
SenGrisane
7 years, 5 months ago
Good choice ^^
JakeSilverwing
7 years, 6 months ago
Avatar: the last air bender
Now if you're ever watched the cartoon series on television I think you'd agree with me on some key points
That actors weren't instructed right. They kept mispronouncing names/places. They smashed an entire year of the series into a few hours which took away a LOT of detail. not so much MAD at the movie.Just really disappointed v_v
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
100% agree with you there! M. Night shamalamadingdong ruined it.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
A lot of people have commented on this movie. Good to know it's so hated. XD
Jay1743
7 years, 6 months ago
The most overrated movie of all time - 2001 A Space Odyssey! It's so long and boring, with 20 minute acid-trip inspired color interludes in between actual plot points. The script for this film would fit comfortably on a 3x5 notecard (After the first scene, there's virtually no dialogue for the rest of the movie). The ending is incomprehensible.  It took me 5 tries to watch this film all the way through because the first four, I fell asleep during the color interludes. (On try #5, I watched it on fast forward). I have no idea why people claim this movie is so good.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
I actually like this movie. For its time, it was so advance in terms of CG that it still holds up today. Yes it is long and confusing, but it's just so intriguing to me to see how it plays out. But it is personal opinion. :)
ezalias
7 years, 6 months ago
It's a great film if you (1) read the book and (2) take drugs.
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
Eragon. why? As stuck up as it sounds, the book was just way better. I loved the book! The movie left out like 80% of the story, and half of what did get in was just wrong! The sword looked like a 5 year old painted it, they didn't even mention the giant jewl in the dwarf city, and Brom's character wasn't properly developed. And that last one is unforgivable! I saw the movie before I read the book (unfortunately), and I knew what was gonna happen... and when I got to that part of the book I actually STILL teared up. In the movie? no, just no. There was no since of connection in the movie! Not to mention that there was no feeling of how long the journy really was! just... UGH! Fuck you Eragon movie! FUCK YOU!
FoxiePanda
7 years, 6 months ago
Eragon was a horrible movie through and through. It took a good book, shit all over it, lit it on fire, and then threw it in a volcano. It hurts me knowing I actually spent 5 dollars to buy it on DVD because I was curious.
GlennWulf
7 years, 6 months ago
it hurts knowing i spent ONE dollar on it to rent it!
nekkofox
7 years, 6 months ago
I'm sorry I wasted the hard-drive space and memory pirating this movie. Quickest. Deletion. Evar.
samsondrave
7 years, 5 months ago
Actually, your seeing the movie first meant you could judge it without any bias, so people like me (who read the book) can take that insight and use it to stay away from the movie.  So, thank you for that.
kipFox
7 years, 5 months ago
Sky Line.. OMG.... The teasers made it look promising with some pretty cool model designs and effects. However, the characters, were horrible, the first 15 minutes tosses you right into the middle of the movie, only to have it flash back before the event, and then it catches up, and shows you the same 15 minutes... again. None of the characters were likable, and the movie itself made no sense as to why the baddies were here. But the worst part of it? The ending, it could have ended 10-15 minutes prior and I would have been okay with a sad ending, we lost, oh well type ordeal. no, that'd have been to easy of an out and make sense, so they went on and took it for a twist that made everyone in the theater actually "Booo!" and walk out.

I can't say I've ever been to a movie that actually got boo'd.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Wow XD That's pretty awesome to know that movie is that bad. Sorry you had to sit through it though.

And I can say I've never been to a movie that was boo'd either. But now I want to.
kipFox
7 years, 5 months ago
Well, its out on DVD, go rent it XD
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
I almost want to XD
GlennWulf
7 years, 5 months ago
*skims the plot on IMdB out of curiosity* damn... that is a cop out....
samsondrave
7 years, 5 months ago
If I had to choose a movie that I just couldn't watch all the way through, it would be Ferris Bueller's Day off.  Bueller just pissed me off so goddamn much.  He was just this manipulative, cocky, snarky, rich, preppy-assed mofo who took advantage of everyone and everything that the world allowed (which was, apparently, everyone and everything), and I just couldn't stand him for it.  I can understand why people might like it, I think.  It's escapism.  People want to put themselves in Bueller's shoes, to flip the bird to society and its rules, and just have a good time without any consequence.  But the thing of it is, I don't identify with the character!  I don't look up to the character.  I don't want to be anything like the character!  The guy nearly drove his best friend to suicide!  Why should I try and emulate him?

Now for a movie that I watched all the way through but hated afterwards, that would be Napoleon Dynamite.  I mean...how did this shit get popular?  What do people LIKE about this character!?  He's not one of those Peter Parker nerds who is really intelligent, has a good heart, and goes through a great character arc that turns him into the wonderful person we all know and love.  Napoleon Dynamite is completely self-centered, completely talentless, and as far as I can tell hasn't changed an iota, for better or worse, throughout the entirety of the film.  The only thing he learned was how to disco, and apparently that is enough to win the hearts of the entire school.  He's just...awkward.  And the film's just as awkward as he is.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Awww darn XD I actually liked both of these movies. All personal opinion of course.
samsondrave
7 years, 5 months ago
Well, of course.  You don't have to dislike the same movies I don't; in fact, a lot of people do like both movies.  Hell, I don't even care if there are people out there who like the Twilight movies/books or what-not.  Just so long as people don't go crazy over them and try to abuse any of the haters out there, it's all good (although if the stories are true, Twilight fangirls and, if there are any, fanboys need to seriously get their acts together).

Oh!  And I never watched or read anything Twilight; I'm just going by all the controversy surrounding it.  I saw a mug with Bella's face on it, though.  Does she always look stoned out of her mind in that movie?
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Yes...yes she does. XD
AshtonHunter
7 years, 5 months ago
I'm likely going to catch some flak for this but for me? Starship troopers.

There's so much wrong in the movie I could fill a book, there's numerous physics/bilological errors, the two most glaring are the drop ship sequence (which involved the troop ships being held out over a planet with their downward thrusters on full, and they 'drop' like there's gravity when there should be none in space) and how the one girl dizzy at the end gets the equivelent of about 20 steak knives though the chest and then manages to TALK on the trip up to their mothership. I'm sorry but her lungs should have been ground beef.

But even so, some folks have said to me "but it's a good action movie!". Maybe but the trick is it's not. It's starship troopers and they're riding the the name of the book. The original screen play wasn't even named starship toopers, they took the name because it shared blasting and bug alien baddies.

The original book? We had power suited troopers (which is the reason for them being called 'mobile' infantry and not just infantry damnit.) which were shot from cannons on ships in space to land on the planet below. They then broke out of these pods and went tromping out to conquer. And in the book the aliens were similarly equipped and strong so it was a fairly even fight. Our side still got slaughtered at the bug home world but it was due to bad tactics mostly.

There's other things too, like how the bugs would be chucking meteors at earth (if you know stellar distances this is a faceplantingly bad bit of physics) and how a battleship could miss one of these meteors traveling at such slow speeds by enough to not be able to dodge the thing.

I could go on for an hour about this but seriously the movie is craaaaap.
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Well it is a movie, so I'm pretty sure the correct way to handle physics or biological matters wasn't exactly on the top of the list. It just seemed to me like they knew the movie would be cheesy and dumb and just had fun with it. It's not a smart movie at all, but it can still be entertaining for how bad it is. But this is just personal opinion and I accept your opinion as well. I can definitely see where you're coming from. :)
AshtonHunter
7 years, 5 months ago
to be honest? I'd probably be a lot kinder if I hadn't read the book and known we had the potential to see mechs tromping about blowing the hell out of stuff (I'm a mecha fan so sue me) so I know it biases me a bit X3
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Well that's understandable! I probably would have felt the same way if I had read the book first.
AshtonHunter
7 years, 5 months ago
hilariously enough I didn't. I thought the movie was just 'meh' and my dad mentioned it was terrible and he liked the book and had it. so I read it then and then the rage began. Seriously I think most of my anger can be summed up in "you guys missed so much awesome stuff you could have put in this film AND you put an awesome song in the trailer that wasn't in the movie. Screw you guys!"
Furiursa
7 years, 5 months ago
Yeah let's not even start the nerd raging over that movie...  To this day I haven't watched all of it, mostly because I had read the book (cover to cover on a flight from VA to San Fran) and when I got a HINT of how utterly NOT like the book the movie was, I just refused to see it.  The way the suits are described I was expecting something more along the lines of power armor from Warhammer 40k or Starcraft (or even effing Master Chief even!)  not a bunch of squishy marines (who are all MALE in the book, no chicks in the 'main' cast even!)....

Nerd... rage... rising... must... stop... :P
Joeyboy
7 years, 5 months ago
The Cat in the Hat....
FoxiePanda
7 years, 5 months ago
Oh god XD I've only seen some of it, but it annoys me greatly.
SugarRush
7 years, 4 months ago
I'm going to get raged on for this, I know it...but I'm going to say Scott Pilgrim vs. the World...

And before you ask, yes I'm serious. Yes I watched it all the way through. I just...don't get it...I was utterly confused the entire movie, though from what I've heard, I was just over thinking the movies overly simple plot too much...Now I KNOW you're not soposed to take this movie seriously AT ALL but especially the characters were so far beyond the apparently intended 'goofyness' they were just cardboard standups with a stereotype attached, a unrelateable stereotype at that...literally the only thing that kept me going through the movie was the admittingly entertaining special effects.

Now I will say that I don't think it's the WORST movie I've ever seen...I only even mildly hated it to be honost...But I WILL say it was to me the most overrated movie I had ever seen. (Recommended to me by multiple friends and reviews to be 'the best movie of all time')
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