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I think for me it has to be the Human Centipede. Bad acting, stupid plot, and downright disgusting at times.
Goal in life is to make the Huskers Illustrated Hall Of Fame
however there was 1 line that I laughed at:
Senior, you have tequila?
Tequila? What's that like?
It's like beer.
Black Swan minus the Portman-Kunis scene
dude Titanic is awful
No denying that, but it's not the worst
Would say Batman And Robin but as a Batman fan I've eraised it from my memory
I really liked "Black Swan". I know it's probably not very "bro" to like that movie, but it kind of reminded me of a modern Shakespearian tragedy. Very dark and stylish.
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Yes really. Almost left the theater. To each his own
I'll have to add "Waterworld", the Kevin Costner huge budget mega flop. Just turrible.
Also, "The Day After Tomorrow", about the new ice age, is just awful.
I'm with you I liked it also
Showgirls or Little Nicky come to mind.
Gladly can say I have never watched Titanic, but The Black Dahlia by the director of Boogeyman and Boogeyman are the worst I have ever seen and it is not even close, I am sure anything else that guy directed is horrible as well
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
Showgirls at least had enough T & A to keep me interested. Much like Striptease. Neither show could be mistaken for Oscar material, but I liked the T & A enough to keep watching.
I liked the Black Swan, too, FWIW.
I tried to watch something the other day called "The Watch." I couldn't finish it. I walked out of the theater during the Pocahontas flick, "The New World."
Life is hard. It's really hard if you're stupid.
Anything with Paul Walker is unwatchable (save Varsity Blues, which he almost ruined)
I am sure you meant "other than Sling Blade."
And 8 below.
Also tried to watch Immortals on Netflix one time, couldn't make it through very long, just awful.
Tried watching Project X on HBO the other day, made it 30 minutes.
Far and away the worst movie I ever paid money to torment myself with was "The Piano" staring Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel and some kid. The only saving grace was that Holly got nekkid. At the end of the movie when the piano falls out of the boat and nearly takes Holly to the bottom (got herself tangled up in the rope) I was verbally rooting for the piano to take her out. Would that the thing had taken the entire cast and the director with it. A truly, truly sick movie.
Joy Ride was awesome. But Steve Zahn kills in almost everything he does.
Now tell me honestly that any of those movies are worse than this...
A mad scientist kidnaps and mutilates a trio of tourists in order to reassemble them into a new "pet"-- a human centipede, created by stitching their mouths to each others' rectum s.
Directed by: Tom Six.
©The Human Centipede - 2009.
the cable guy ainec
"Ace Ventura ranks right up there with "The Piano" as sucky movie I have seen.
You shut your mouf about Ace Ventura movies. Bumblebeetuna.
With that said, The Mist was the worst movie I have ever seen in my life.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
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