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Your Least Favorite Flicks

Discussion in 'Other Movies' started by jacobtlong, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. jacobtlong

    jacobtlong The Nerdiest Member

    If I recall correctly I had an old thread about folks posting their ten least favorite movies ever. Well, this time I suppose we can just talk about films we don't like without setting a certain number to them.

    I admit that I will watch just about anything even if someone says it is terrible. Just because I am weird like that, I guess. I mean there are ones in the so bad they are good quality and sometimes those are the ones I like the most.

    But then there are just movies that bore me or just plain disagree with me like a bowl of bad chili.

    And I think most folks are the same way.

    So what are those films you don't like? And if you can provide an explanation why you dislike a specific film that would be great, too.

    My least favorite film of all time is probably Plan 9 from Outer Space. I went into it expecting a few chuckles, but I didn't even get that. I have seen much better terrible movies in my time.

    I will list a few others later, but for now I will let y'all have some fun.
  2. carrie's younger brother

    carrie's younger brother Well-Known Member

    I may be the only person on earth, but I DETEST The Sound of Music and ET. Both are sickeningly sweet and boooooring. I saw ET in the theater when it first came out and I can remember arguing with a friend in the parking lot over how predictable and treacly it was. I think I watched it one other time on TV and found it just as insipid as the first time. As for The Sound of Music, I wish Julie Andrews would fall off one of those mountains she's singing from and that all the kids would follow one after the other! :devilish:
  3. Sundrop

    Sundrop Sunny the Great & Wonderful

    The Blair Witch Project and The Grudge both made me feel like I had wasted my precious time and money
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  4. skimom2

    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    I absolutely, positively, and in all other ways with -ly adverbs, DESPISE A.I. There are other movies I dislike, but that one deserves a special place on my hate list.
  5. fushingfeef

    fushingfeef Uber-in-waiting

    The Blair Witch Project really ticked me off, I felt like I had been hoodwinked. Effective marketing campaign, though.

    I really hated "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", the "new" Star Wars movies, and walked out on "Robin Hood: Men In Tights".
  6. pegasus216

    pegasus216 Well-Known Member

    Anything with Will Ferrell in it! Can't stand the man. I don't find him funny at all.
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  7. carrie's younger brother

    carrie's younger brother Well-Known Member

    That's so funny, because my friends and I walked out of Spaceballs, another Mel brooks movie. And we absolutely loved his earlier movies. I just saw the second half of Robin Hood: Men In Tights on TV the other day and it was pretty bad. I think he lost his "groove" after High Anxiety. That was the last movie of his that I remember really liking, although Young Frankenstein is my all-time favorite.
  8. fljoe0

    fljoe0 Cantre Member

    The Last House On The Left (1972) - I was under the impression that this was some kind of cult classic. This was truly awful. It's more exploitation (rape and torture) than horror and poorly made. There are no redeeming qualities with this one.
  9. ghost19

    ghost19 "Have I run too far to get home?"

    Titanic...or "Turdtanic" as I immediately renamed it after walking out of the theater with my wife. I had to be restrained from jumping into oncoming traffic. Without a doubt the most boring, over-hyped movie I've been to. I'd rather spend an evening with Jar-Jar Binks.
  10. carrie's younger brother

    carrie's younger brother Well-Known Member

    Neesy, Autumn Gust and cat in a bag like this.
  11. ghost19

    ghost19 "Have I run too far to get home?"

    Me-sa no like big budget boring ship movie...no....me-sa no like big-big.
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  12. Haunted

    Haunted This is my favorite place

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  13. cat in a bag

    cat in a bag Well-Known Member

    All the Mad Max movies. BORRRING!!
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  14. doowopgirl

    doowopgirl very avid fan

    Thank God someone doesn't like The Sound of Music. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang goes on the category.
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  15. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Dirty Pirate Hooker Moderator


    Oh you pretty chitty bang bang pretty chitty bang bang we love you....

    I used to sing Hushabye mountain to my kids before bed.

    And the child catcher is one of the ALL TIME GREATEST creepy villians.
  16. fljoe0

    fljoe0 Cantre Member

    I have a hard time with musicals. I just can't seem to grasp why everything stops and people break into song. :)
  17. Cowboy

    Cowboy Lesser-Known Member

    Have you seen the Sean Connery movie, Zardoz? Started watching that late one night and couldn't stop. It was awful but I couldn't turn away or turn the channel.
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  18. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Dirty Pirate Hooker Moderator

    For some reason, I've just accepted that except for one.
    West Side Story.

    Good lord, all that dancing and singing and rumbling .... made me want to go all Cross and the Switchblade on them -- help them turn their lives around and just say no to gangs, singing and dancing.
    Last edited: Nov 6, 2013
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  19. jacobtlong

    jacobtlong The Nerdiest Member

    Well, it just wouldn't be realistic if they didn't. I mean, doesn't everyone else besides just me do that?

    Right? :m_whistle:
  20. AnnaRose

    AnnaRose Well-Known Member

    The only one I can stand is The Nightmare Before Christmas...and I have all the songs memorized!
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