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ozoneocean at 8:31AM, March 1, 2006
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another movie that sucks is “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” god that movie is gay…. i mean it is so gay!
You mean like your avatar? ^^
Looks like Kain is based on Frankenfurter to me.
 
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ccs1989 at 11:16AM, March 1, 2006
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Kain, denying your true self isn't good.
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Puff at 1:51PM, March 1, 2006
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Yes, but the deciding factor for me as to which Willy Wonk and the Chocolate Factory was the best was the fact that Willy had a fro in the first movie, therefore making it better than the other.
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ozoneocean at 1:57PM, March 1, 2006
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I have another contender:
Titan AE

I even bought the video before I watched it for some reason… It was just plain stupid, it didn't even make sense! It probably would have made more sense if they didn't cut all those bits out that you see in the left over bits afterwards, but that's usually always the way.
The re-released version of Lynch's Dune was pretty shitty too.
 
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Mimarin at 3:55PM, March 1, 2006
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Solaris.

if you have seen it you WILL agree.

if you dont have seen it and dont Agree you are a very ill person.
Of course you will. All intelligent beings dream. Nobody knows why.

Also, tell random people they are awsome! it helps!
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ozoneocean at 10:50AM, March 5, 2006
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Solaris.

if you have seen it you WILL agree.

if you dont have seen it and dont Agree you are a very ill person.
Which one?

Vidiot with Weird Al Yankovich. It just didn't work.
 
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Crazy Dutchman at 2:05PM, March 5, 2006
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Am I floating in a river of bad taste here or something? In my opinion the new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Solaris were very good movies!
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magickmaker at 4:17PM, March 5, 2006
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Hanging Up and the Tim Allen movie, Joe Somebody.
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jalford at 10:30PM, March 5, 2006
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Pretty much any Tim Allen movie should be on this list. I'll give you Galaxy Quest though.
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Mazoo at 3:27PM, March 6, 2006
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Ah, Ozone, Titan AE is like a Disaster Movie in cartoon version.
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Ian Jay at 6:26PM, March 6, 2006
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I liked Titan A.E. I thought it was a nice change from most Disney musical-type animated feature films. But then, of course, Disney had to go and totally rip it off with Treasure Planet.

Is that so wrong?

~IJ
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Terminal at 10:34PM, March 6, 2006
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The Fast And The Furious was pretty bad. Hey, let`s race around our suped-up cars and steal electronics. Let`s show people to add spoliers and all sorts of shit to your cars, let`s introduce NOS as the main company for nitrous dioxide.

Let`s destroy one good car and bulid a better one, let`s sterotype asians, hispanics and blacks. God. The only good thing about that movie was the races, and even then. They weren`t that special.

.: Myxomatosis :.
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Thevampire_kain01 at 7:56AM, March 7, 2006
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oh god i hate that movie,
heres one for you…..
“The triplets from Belvue”
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Tyrapendragon at 9:49AM, March 7, 2006
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I enjoyed “The Triplets of Belleville,” but I can see how it might not be for everyone. It is an odd movie; a little surreal and there's hardly any dialog.
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jgib99 at 5:53PM, March 7, 2006
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The three worst movies I ever saw were films that I couldn't walk out on because I was on a plane all three times.

She-Devil - This film was so bad on so many levels. Roseanne Barr is the WORST actress ever.

Joe vs. The Volcano- Whenever someone starts a conversation about Tom Hanks never being in a bad movie. I immediately bring this borefest up.

and without a doubt, the worst film ever created…

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier- William Shatner should never be allowed to direct anything. The scene with a middle-aged Uhura doing a fan dance (supposedly naked **shudder**) is painfully wretched and can leave emotional scars to any Trekker.
Karen's Edge- The beginning of the wildest road trip ever!!
How Unfortunate- Coming back in mid-July!
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ozoneocean at 2:14PM, March 8, 2006
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Wow, I dissagree on Joe VS the Volcanoe and She devil. I liked those ^^
I liked Tom Hanks a LOT better back when he was doing those sorts of weird silly films and not pretending be a serious actor. She Devil was a fun little flick.
The Star Treck though was PURE wank. Shatner really Shat all over it. Very true to his name that guy.
 
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sandy at 10:46AM, March 10, 2006
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Ohh boy, the worst one I've ever seen, and I dont' say this very often about movies… I would probably have to say Peewees big adventure. UGHHH!!! And a big let down was Mr. Bean's movie, which I thought could've had potential if they had stuck to his original slap stick comedy, which they didn't. Mr. bean is better when he doesn't talk. Another bad flick… Special effects were great but the story sucked. That would be Godzilla, which looked like a giant iguanna rather than the original godzilla I grew up with. Those are the only movies I can think of that earn this title… I'll put up more when I find them.
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simonitro at 9:55AM, March 11, 2006
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The Shitrix: Retardation I meant The Matrix: Revolution it's pure grabage

All Dr. Doolittle

Stwart Little

Million Dollar Baby

Very Bad Things

50 Crap's Movie


Enjoy… Las Vegas-y
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Crazy Dutchman at 4:49AM, March 13, 2006
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I saw Daddy Day Care yesterday, MY GOD that movie sucked.

I believe I'm the only person in the universe who really liked Godzilla…too bad. And very bad things was pretty freakin' funny! Great ending in my opinion…
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Inkmonkey at 5:16AM, March 13, 2006
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The thing about Godzilla was it was decently written and acted; maybe even well acted (haven't seen it in a while; can't say for certain). Anyway, the point is, in and of itself, it wasn't terrible. But it was so far away from Godzilla it was distracting. The original Big G films weren't exactly brilliant to begin with, but there was a certain atmosphere about them; a bit of grandiose energy that the American film, not only failed to capture, but didn't seem to be attempting to grab.
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ozoneocean at 5:29AM, March 13, 2006
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Ink makes a good point about the granduer.
But there were also shitty little details that spoiled it: the HUGE lantern jaw on the monster, the fact that it ran around like the Road Runner, and those silly Apache helicopters hunting it. That was probably the worst bit (appart from Puff Daddy sodomising Kashmir), those dumb helicopters knocking buildings over with punny little anti-tank missles… That was truly a movie for 10 year old boys.
 
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sandy at 6:18PM, March 13, 2006
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The thing about Godzilla was it was decently written and acted; maybe even well acted (haven't seen it in a while; can't say for certain). Anyway, the point is, in and of itself, it wasn't terrible. But it was so far away from Godzilla it was distracting. The original Big G films weren't exactly brilliant to begin with, but there was a certain atmosphere about them; a bit of grandiose energy that the American film, not only failed to capture, but didn't seem to be attempting to grab.


Ahhh how right you are. I thought the effects were great but the story wasn't quite there. You're right it did lack the original big G feeling, which I remember growing up with. They weren't oscar films but they were fun to watch. I miss those old godzilla movies. My favorite has to be Godzilla versus Mechalon. I dunno if you remember that one but it is one of my favorites.
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magickmaker at 6:49PM, March 13, 2006
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No, no, no, you guys are thinking of stuff that could be mistaken for bad. Here's some hardcore suck.

Napolean Dynamite. Why did ANYONE like this? The movie has absolutely no plot, at least until the last 30 minutes! The jokes were lame, Napolean was a wholly unlovable character, and I got so bored during the movie that I let it continue to play while I blew it off. I didn't have enough respect for that movie to stop it, only ignore it. Dear God, and SIMON PEGG liked it! Et tu, Simon?! Anyways, the movie was blown out of proportions by the other children in my school insessently ranting about how much they love the actor with the white-man's fro and how he got in a car accident and they all wanted to nurse him back to health. Then someone had the odacity to buy a pen that talked like him every time you wrote, AND MY TEACHER MADE THE GIRL USE THE PEN FOR FIFTEEN MINUTES STRAIGHT! RAAAARGH! But ND is only slightly above two other movies that never should have existed.
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Okay, I totally agree with this. There were three reasons why I really, really disliked this movie.

1.Super high expectations. Everyone I knew had proclaimed NPD the funniest movie ever.
2. I was seeing it with friends who enjoyed it, so I couldn't leave.
3. Everyone else in the theater was laughing their asses off, and I was just sitting there. For the whole movie. It seemed like all these people saw something hilarious in it that I didn't.


Oh, and I don't think it would make worst movie ever, but they cut all of the funny jokes out the movie version of the musical version of the Producers.
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Mazoo at 6:59PM, March 13, 2006
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Napoleon Dynamite was exactly like Seinfeld

it was about absolutely nothing.
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mechanical_lullaby at 1:38PM, March 14, 2006
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I'll tell you what would be kind of funny. A Godzilla movie in which the guy in the rubber suit beats the hell out of the digital American Godzilla.

I'm almost sure I've heard that there was a movie like that… or something else… that the japanese Godzilla travels to New York, beats the hell out of the american Godzilla and goes back to Japan… this is only what I heard a friend talking about though… I would watch it every week religiously if it does exist though.

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Inkmonkey at 4:27PM, March 14, 2006
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In Godzilla: Final Wars, the Big G travels around the globe fighting just about every monster he's ever faced before; including a throwdown with the American Godzilla (now officially dubbed “Zilla” by Toho because, as they put it, the American version, "Took the ‘God’ out of Godzilla). Oddly enough, the fight with Zilla takes place in Sydney Australia, while Rodan is actually the one terrorizing New York.
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ccs1989 at 6:45PM, March 14, 2006
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I like the use of the tail slap to hit him into the Opera house. XD
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