Worst Movie Ever

Updated on March 31, 2015 in Movies
30 on January 28, 2015

I have to go with The Invention of Lying. It is one of two movies (the other being Year One), that I simply couldn’t finish watching. Ricky Gervais is dreadful. Jennifer Garner couldn’t act her way out of a sack, and Robb Lowe turns in his most criminal performance since the kiddie porn tape.

Even the addition of Nate Corddry, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill, Louis C.K., and Jeffrey Tambor to the cast were unable to make this watchable. It is an affront to movies.

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1 on January 28, 2015

“Even Cowgirls Get the Blues.”    The only movie I’ve ever written a complaint letter about.

on February 10, 2015

Never had the misfortune to ever see it. And believe me I won’t

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1 on February 9, 2015

Tyler Perry’s anything. The moment I see red text over a white-background I already know it’s going to be bad.

on February 10, 2015

Tyler Perry is pretty damn annoying with his plastering his name over the opening credits of all his crap films. Christ, the guy has a bigger ego than Shatner.

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5 on February 10, 2015

With deference to Click and August Rush, the clear winner is:
Mac and Me 
This ET knockoff was sponsored by McDonalds. That should be bad enough, but in a crucial scene a boy in a wheelchair flies off a cliff. The aliens bring him back to life… and he’s back in his wheelchair. Apparently, they figured out the whole resurrection thing, but not how legs work.
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mac_and_Me

on February 10, 2015

You mean you weren’t sold on the birthday party at McDonald’s scene?

on February 10, 2015

Oh wow, Mac and Me was truly horrific.  ZenPop, did you ever see the Paul Rudd/Conan montage on that?  http://youtu.be/6bNzAgJMYVE

on February 10, 2015

Link: YES!!! He plays it every time he gets to Conan… Never gets old for me! lol!

on February 10, 2015
You mean you weren’t sold on the birthday party at McDonald’s scene?From Matt M.

 
That was pretty special, Matt. ha ha

on February 11, 2015

Paula Abdul choreographed.

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2 on February 10, 2015

For total shit movies, any movie that has either beady-eyed Ben Affleck, or a member of the cast of FRIENDS, is almost guaranteed to be rotten.

on February 13, 2015

To be fair, We Are The Millers was pretty good, and it featured Aniston doing a striptease. Although, I still can’t figure out why she was wearing two pair of underwear.

on February 13, 2015

I have to be honest I never found Aniston all that attractive, and never understood the big fuss that was made over her when FRIENDS first premiered. From certain angles she almost looks like she could be Barbra Streisand’s little sister.

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0 on February 10, 2015

EEGAH (1962) might be the worst movie ever. Anytime the best acting performance is given by Richard Kiel, you know you’re in trouble.

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3 on February 11, 2015

Is no really going to bring up Plan 9 From Outer Space?   I/m not sure it’d be my op pic but I think it deserves to be included in this thread.

And for that matter almost anything by Ed Wood…

on February 12, 2015

Plan 9 is so bad it actually improves with each viewing. Just glad he never made a Plan 10.

on February 13, 2015

Plan 9 From Outer Space is (no exaggeration) one of my favorite movies ever. I can practically quote it from memory. A really bad movie is unwatchable. You’d never say that about Plan 9.

on February 13, 2015

Agreed PJ. Any movie with Bela Lugosi can’t be all bad.

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0 on February 11, 2015

Oh give me a break. It’s not like The Third Day starring the magnificent George Peppard in what might be called just the slightest misstep in his career doesn’t take the crown hands down. A double feature with the atrocity known as Gumshoe might be a complete waste of a few hours, I must say.

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1 on February 12, 2015

Titanic. To people of taste, it is a cinematic calamity on the order of the disaster itself.

on February 12, 2015

Myra Breckenridge 1970. Anytime you have Rex Reed as your leading man you’re just asking for trouble.

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0 on February 13, 2015

Do we really need to go through this again? Because it’s not The Invention of Lying.

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0 on February 14, 2015

Wiener Dog Nationals had promise but it was sooooooo unrealistic. As the parent of a champion wiener the movie shed a completely false and unrealistic light on real amateur Doxie racing. Plus some of the acting and script could have been much better. That said I have hope for the sequel, Wiener Dog Internationals, which I hope to watch soon with more positive responses.

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