- So, what’s the worst film you’ve watched recently?
Moon. – Sam Rockwell is effing amazing in every film apart from this one. Incomprehensible
One of my favourite films 🙁Posted 2 months ago
The Favourite. It’s got Olivia Coleman in it! It won every award going!
But utter crap. Horrible distracting camera work and everyone chewing the furniture overacting.Posted 2 months ago
That thread on 6 Underground fooled me into thinking it would be fun to laugh at. Like being lobotomised through the eyeballs.Posted 2 months ago
MrsMC had a lazy sofa afternoon yesterday and found some straight to Channel Z dirge about William and Kate.
Proud to say I lasted about 45 seconds of itPosted 2 months ago
bloodshot was pretty crap, couldn’t understand why they need vin when they already had the psycho twins 😕Posted 2 months ago
You thought The Favourite was bad, try the director’s other films! 😂
(I liked The Favourite)
I didn’t make 15 minutes through Marriage Story.
Roma is beyond me. Just the dullest thing I have ever tried to sit through. And I love an arty foreign drama, me.
Single worst film I’ve tried to watch lately though is Rough Night. The cast is superb! The script is a bag of shit.Posted 2 months ago
Last straw for me, about 15-20 mins in, they’re in an airport, one of them pops a champagne bottle. Everyone in the airport dives for cover. The next line “er that sounded like a gun. And we’re in an airport”. wtf. If you want a “comedy” that exercises your frown muscles, give it a go.
Watched The Phantom Menace with the 6yr old forgot how crap it was, even the special effects were pretty rubbish, even the little one wanted it turned off and watched a 1952 Robin hood film instead!Posted 2 months ago
I was once lent a copy of Idiocracy by a well-meaning friend. It lasted all of 10 minutes.Posted 2 months ago
Been watching the Star Wars films with my eldest and come to the conclusion that they’re all a bit shit apart from Empire and Rogue One. Prequels and new ones especially so. The cartoons and The Mandalorian are better.
If you’ve got half an eye for old serialised westerns, Firefly or Shogun Assassin then I fail to see how you can dislike The Mandalorian.Posted 2 months ago
I watched The Rise Of Skywalker the other night, that was drivel and unforgivably long.
I must say though, a lot of people on this thread have certainly got their hate on for some perfectly reasonable films.Posted 2 months ago
Cats. I was coerced into seeing it. It really was spectacularly dreadful. I was physically in pain with the want for it to end.
A Quiet Place. Much as I like a bit of Emily Blunt, it was….a bit meh.
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Villain 1971. Crap film and Richard Burton was terriblePosted 2 months ago
A Quiet Place totally bored me. I put that up there with The Happening with Mark WahlbergPosted 2 months ago
I thought Foxcatcher, which was on the box the other night, was pretty terrible, but reviews suggest I’m in a minority.Posted 2 months ago
John Wick. How anyone stuck it out to John Wick 3 is beyond me.
Cos I’ve just watched Wonder Woman
Holy crap, absolutely dreadful. Like, awful.
You’re obviously not the target audience (eight-year old girls).Posted 2 months ago
The latest Charlie’s Angels. Wife wanted to watch it. What a load of rubbish!Posted 2 months ago
The latest Charlie’s Angels
Were the previous ones any better?Posted 2 months ago
The latest Charlie’s Angels. Wife wanted to watch it. What a load of rubbish!
Oh yeah, I forgot that one. I made it to about half way before binning it. Kirsten Stewart just looked embarrassed, and rightly so.Posted 2 months ago
I watched Wonder Woman. I’d watch Gal Gadot doing the ironing.Posted 2 months ago
Anything by Michael Bay doesn’t make any sense apart from Pain and Gain. Which was ace. I’ve yet to make any sense of any of the Transformer films.
There’s plenty of rubbish on Netflix but nothing compares to the ExpendablesPosted 2 months ago
I’ll second Once Apon A Time In Hollywood.Posted 2 months ago
I’ve never been so disappointed in a film in my life. Utter shite…and I love Tarantino films.
Mamma Mia. God awful. Especially Pierce Brosnan ‘singing’, they really should have overdubbed him
Robin Hood. No, not the Costner or Bergin films, a very recent (probably Netflix) remake. Starts with what you might expect a Gulf War firefight to feel like, other than the bullets replaced by arrows & crossbow bolts. And gets worsePosted 2 months ago
a lot of what has been mentioned plus Star Wars – all of them.Posted 2 months ago
The Grey. One film too many Liam.Posted 2 months ago
Citizen Kane is alomost invariably in the top 5 best films in lists compiled by film critics. I watched it waiting for the story to start or something af any interest to happen, it didn’t.Posted 2 months ago
The new Markie Mark offering on Netflix, whatever it was called. It really was crap but switching the old brain off for a couple of hours wasn’t a bad idea.Posted 2 months ago
Bad Boys for Life for me.
I’d switched off mentally after about 20 mins and the my wife woke me up towards the end.Posted 2 months ago
Sharknado is the biggest pile of poo I have ever seenPosted 2 months ago
I’ve yet to make any sense of any of the Transformer films.
The first one has a plot you can follow and Bumblebee is actually good. The rest I agree on though. Not a clue what’s happening on screen beyond robots smash!
Some of you clearly haven’t seen any really shit films. Shark ado is supposed to be a bad film. Wonder Woman and Black Panther both pretty much do what they intend to and do it relatively well. Try Justice League, now there’s a shit superhero film.Posted 2 months ago
Rocky VPosted 2 months ago
I was having a movie marathon earlier. Enjoyed I-IV but V put a stop to it. Balboa, Creed and Creed II will have to wait for another day.
Sharknado is the biggest pile of poo I have ever seen
What? That’s fantastic. And the sequels.Posted 2 months ago
Just realised I was a bit quick to mention guava island as did actuality stick it through to the end. Can’t say the same for “uncut gems” however. Awful music. Awful characters. Gave up after twenty minutes. And it came recommended from by a STWer.Posted 2 months ago
Once upon a time in Hollywood. What was Tarantino thinking? I can only assume it was a bet to see if he could get people to watch such garbage after all his other good films. There’s literally nothing to it, utter dross.
Nothing happens. It’s just awful. Emperor’s new clothes in cinema form.
Also, Black Panther. We’re all supposed to love it, like it’s some piece of cinematic magnificence. It’s an OK superhero popcorn film, to pass a few hours on a flight. Nothing more.
(Disclaimer- most of the films I watch on flights are utter poo. Hell, I even watched the Point Break remake once. Not even the aperitif, wine list and spirits list could save that one!)Posted 2 months ago
If Sharknado is in play I’m wheeling out Iron SkyPosted 2 months ago
**** Awful.Posted 2 months ago
Polar, could have been so good, was pretty poor.Posted 2 months ago
6 Underground, probably the worst I’ve seen in a good while. I love cars, lots of the ingredients should have worked but it just didn’t, in fact I found it mildly offensive.
Love films, have a fairly large collection of dvds I can’t part with but what is it about many of the latest ones? Or have lots always been like this? I’m probably too old and clearly not the target audience for most of the modern stuff.
Do not watch Coffee & Kareem on Netflix. Taraji P Henderson should be ashamed for taking part in such hateful dross.Posted 2 months ago
Boooo! I liked that.Posted 2 months ago
Is Netflix Funding/support/encouragement a film killer ? And while I rememberPosted 2 months ago
Mortal Engines, we all really enjoyed the books, great series with one of my all time favourite endings but BUT the film… oh dear it was sad…how could they? All that effort, expertise, expense and to produce that.
John Wick. How anyone stuck it out to John Wick 3 is beyond me.
The only cerebral element to John Wick are the bits he externalises with whatever weapon he has to hand. Its a Keanu Reeves film, temper your expectations. I actually enjoyed them all.
6 Underground was shit but enjoyably so, we watched it for that express purpose.
Never bothered with Hellboy after the previous sequel ruined it all. And Atomic Blonde was good!
Honestly, the worst film I think I’ve seen recently was Ready Player One. It was never going to be anything brilliant but they butchered what there was and turned it into a Nickelodeon special.Posted 2 months ago
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