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What's your most hated film?

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Drunken Master, Aug 27, 2002.

  1. Drunken Master

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    For me it's a toss up between Popeye (Robin Williams) and The Blair Witch Project.

    The only good thing about Blair watch was the last seen that woman really annoyed me to the point where I was cheering when she dies
     
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    Traffic, Moulin Rouge, Monsters Ball, The Musketeer & The Time Machine. All completely crap.:devil:
     
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    Titanic, The Postman and most of Mel Gibsons films.
     
  4. Bert Coules

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    "Hated" is surely a bit over-the-top for anything as innocuous as a film.

    I will nominate the worst-made movie I've ever seen: Thomas and the Magic Railroad.

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    Inspector Gadget:mad: :mad:

    - Tom -
     
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    Nearly all of the films mentioned are for young people or kids. If you are neither of these does it surprise you you think they're last?

    I thought blair witch was excellent. Although I can't comment on the rest 'cos I thought they were for young 'uns, so didn't go to see them. Gibson films are for a bit of light entertainment thats all.(even maybe mad max, although I don't suppose they were meant to be at the time (except 3)). I am going to watch "signs" even though he acts the same in every part he plays.

    A particularly bad film is "reign of fire" showing now at your local cinema. Although the worst films I've seen at the pictures is "waterboy" or the "halloween" film a while ago, which were frankly attrocious :(
     
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    Has anyone ever walked out of the cinema because a film is so bad?

    I feel asleep during Ali

    Bert, I mean films that make you want to smash the TV becasue they wind you up so much, that you want to do a Douglas in Falling Down and go mental
     
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    Being tight fisted, I always stay to the end to get my moneys worth. No matter how awful it is;)

    I did nearly walk out of Made in America though. That was a stinker.
     
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    Whoopi Goldberg + anything = Crap
     
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    Ghosts of Mars springs to mind as complete waste of an hour and a half.
    I rememeber seeing a film with Liz Hurley and Craig Fairbrass,i think was called "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"(which is fitting;) ).It was embarrassing...(@rse clenchingly embarrassing:eek: )
     
  11. Bert Coules

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    Has anyone ever walked out of the cinema because a film is so bad?

    Many times. Life is infinitely too short to waste time on rubbish.

    Since moving to the country I don't go to the cinema as often as I used to, so I haven't walked out of any particularly recent movies; I think the last one was Event Horizon, which I abandoned after about five minutes.

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    I remember seeing a Liz Hurley film called Beyond Bedlam on laserdisc. It was very poor.

    I thought Whoopi Goldberd was okay in The Color Purple:)
     
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    A Room for Romeo Brass,

    Quills,

    Nurse Betty,

    Summer of Sam,
     
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    Resident Evil.
     
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    Close run thing between:


    The Glimmer Man

    Who's Harry Crumb?

    The Avengers

    Spy Hard


    Mmm, I'll go for Spy Hard

    today, that is.
     
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    Deep Blue Sea insulting rubbish, Halloween H2O, I have flushed the toilet on better things than this movie.
     
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    'Batman Forever', 'Batman & Robin', 'Beaches', 'Gone With The Wind', '2001: A Space Odyssey' - actually everything Kubrick was ever involved with, except 'The Shining' and 'Full Metal Jacket' - Scary Movie, American Pie 1&2.... God I've got loads.
     
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    series 7 the contenders absolute S**TE
     
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    Is that because they have French writing on the cases:confused:
     
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    I quite liked Series 7. Not as bad as Missing in Action
     
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    Quills,

    Nurse Betty,

    Summer of Sam,
     
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    The worst of all movies has got to be The Matrix, I didn't like the revolutionary camera sequences and of course the Kick ass action.
     
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    :D
     
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    quite frankly i am amazed at some of the nominations for most HATED! film i must stick up for a few

    Blair Witch Project was a very good film, just a little bit different

    Moulin Rouge is a fantastic film

    Quills, Nurse Betty, monsters ball all very good films

    If you honestly hate these films more than any over film you've seen all i can say is you must have seen some excellent films


    I don't like to use the word hate but some films i paid money to watch and were very poor are

    Dracula 2001
    Urban Legends 2
    Man in the iron mask
    Scary movie 2
     
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    I really liked 'Deep Blue Sea' but then, Luc and Jean can do no wrong!

    Worst big films: Sound Of Music, Great Escape

    B movies are a different matter. One mans meat etc.
     
  26. Bert Coules

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    The boring truth, of course, is that there's no such thing as a good movie or a bad movie; there are only movies which strike people, as individuals, as wonderful or dreadful.

    No doubt every single one of the titles which crop up on those occasional "best movies of all time" lists has caused someone, somewhere to walk out in quite genuine disgust. And vice versa.

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    The Tailor Of Panama - though 8 Legged Freaks does come a close second.
     
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    HI,

    I've never walked out of a cinema, no matter how bad the film was. I guess, I just like to not be too harsh on something, and see it right through to the bitter end, before I commit a view on it.

    However, one film that a friend and I had free Preview Tiuckets for, was the diabolically s-h-i-t-e "Love, Honour And Obey", with Jude Law, Ray Winstone and Johnny Lee MIller.

    This has quite possibly been the worst film I've ever sat through. Hammering nails through my genitals would be more fun than watching this film again! One of the most applalling wastes of celluloid and British Lottery money in all my cinema-going life!

    Pooch
     
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    If we're talking that level of hatred, then I have to vote for Game of Death. After 10 mins of watching huge bitmaps of Bruce Lee's head floating about on top of a "look-a-like" (a job I could do better myself in PhotoShop I might add), I hit the Forward Scan button and only hit Play again when it got to the final fight scenes in the pagoda - the only good bits of the movie and the only bits of the movie that star Bruce himself :rolleyes: (apart from the initial fight sequence which is just a re-hash of the final fight scene from Way of the Dragon).
     
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    O brother where art thou

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