Sticking with Sci-fi, 2012 is the most recent one to spring to mind. I felt as if a portion of my life had been ripped away from me after watching that. Battlefield Earth is a film I just couldn't sit through until the end, and that rarely happens to me. Lastly, Highlander II was a bitter disappointment considering how good the first film was and luckily the 3rd fared much better.
Outside of Sci-fi, Disaster Movie or any one of the more recent 'spoof' movies could well be considered too terrible to watch.
I had to turn Shoot Em Up off after about 30 minutes, it was dreadful.
I want to see that movie. It looked pretty good.
+1 Waynes World was great.
Watched Due Date the other night,it was basically a pretty poor remake of Planes,Trains & Automobiles.Not really in the worst films of all time category but I couldn't be bothered to switch threads.
I watched a movie from Smash Cuts a long time ago called The Super Sci-Fi Shorts Fest. It was one of those movies that I liked and hated at the same time.
The Blair Witch Project is without a doubt the worst film I've ever seen.
On the subject of bad films, I've seen some terrible movies. If you've ever watched Mystery Science Theatre 3000, you've probably seen a fair few. Away from those, I've actually sat through Glitter. That's the one starring Mariah Carey. That's one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
If you are then fine,everyone's entitled to their opinions.There are quite a few things many people have loved that I didn't care for.Avatar is one that springs to mind.Personally I found it far too long,very predictable and couldn't find an original idea in the damn thing.I would sum up Avatar as little more than Pocahontas,Dances With Wolves & Brother Bear, mixed together and set it in space.That's my opinion and yet it got nominated for a best picture Oscar and most people seemed to love it ?.I didn't think it was a terrible film,merely a very average one.
Avatar scored 8.3 on IMDB,so perhaps the site does suck after all ! :)
It's Ferngully: The Last Rainforest with improved visuals and inferior writing.
Its very rare for me to even critercise a movie as long as it entertained me, but my god, that was an awful movie.
If the book was like that, i would have missed out on nothing. The problem was that the story was completely rushed, the plot was crap and the main character (robert langdon?) came out as some sort of annoying know it all, solving puzzles that eluded everyone for centuries in less then 5 minutes staring at a damn wall.
Christ on a stick, the acting was hamfisted and it was one big expensive failure in my eyes.
Alone in the dark had to come close to one of the worst. The nostalgia critic summed it up very, very well. It was poorly made and the plot was just terrible. strange that there was a sequel that went straight to dvd/video.
I would put avatar on here, but its not that bad. IF YOU WERE A 12 YEAR OLD.