Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Wednesday Weekly

What's the worst movie you've ever seen? (now, don't get insulted if someone names your favorite!)

12 comments:

The Schacher Family said...

Rocky 1. I can't believe people like that movie! It is so slow and I can't stand the way Rocky talks like he is stupid. But of course I had to watch the movie because my husband loves it! Also and chinese fighting movies. (AWFUL) By the way it isn't the boxing that I don't like because I have seen boxing movies I like.

Chantel said...

In the Hands of the Enemy. We got this movie with a dvd player from my husband's siblings for a wedding gift. They later admitted they picked it out from a dollar bin. The movie was so horribly filmed that they kept changing scenes when it didn't make sense, and the move was so shaky, like someone filmed it with a cheap video camera that doesn't stablize.

Claire said...

Dude Wheres My Car... I went to see it on a date, and I ended up walking out, it was so awful. But my date stayed and finished watching it!! I sat in his car for almost an hour and a half in the cold and dark waiting for him, but he didn't want to "look stupid" in front of his friends that we were with. Real nice guy...

Megan said...

Into the Badlands was/is/will continue to be by far the worst movie ever. I rented it with my sister when we were on a western kick, and we like Helen Hunt so we figured we couldn't go wrong with it. WRONG. It has no plot, it doesn't catch your attention, it refuses to end. It was even worse than Napolean Dynamite. We finished it just because we thought it had to get better. It never did.

Tiffany said...

Stuck on You. I saw it on a date with my then boyfriend/current husband. We realized how horrible the movie was within like the first 2 minutes...but it was the first time we held hands. So...we sat through the whole movie...but didn't really pay attention. Mostly we just smiled at each other. ;)

Lindsey said...

Bride and Prejudice. It was so ridiculous that I would probably watch it again just to laugh hysterically. It was the story of Pride and Prejudice turned into an Indian musical. Thank goodness I watched it with my girls who could appreciate the humor! I could never get my husband to sit through the whole thing!

Liz&Meg said...

Ruben and Ed. My brother loves the movie and it has a few good lines, but not enough to redeem it.
Star Trek 1. I found it at the library once and brought it home to educate my hubby about my trekkie upbringing. I was so embarrassed. It was so dumb and long and completely pointless!! I think they kept making movies after that to try and prove they could make a movie with an actual plot!

Bamamoma said...

The Matrix (flix version). I figure either it really is just stupid or in making it suitable for me Flix had to take so much out that only the really stupid stuff was left. My roommate and I just laughed all the way through it.

Linz said...

Hmmmm...maybe Jack Frost? I remember being a little bummed out that I spent some of my Christmas Eve on that movie years ago.

Joni said...

Full length Barney-

Excruciating.

Aubreydoll said...

The New World with Christian Bale was the worst! I rented it a couple months ago thinking, "You can't go wrong with a movie about Pocahontas!" Apparently, you can.
All I can say is thank goodness for subtitles. I just watched it in fast-forward because half of the movie was people just standing around staring at each other! No joke! I kept waiting for it to get better but it never did.

Stephanie said...

lol Lindsey!!! I have to agree with the Bride and Prejudice. But I'm willing to bet we're the only ones who have ever seen it, maybe in the whole world...