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  • Worst. Film. Ever.
  • Premier Icon julians
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    Black panther is terrible

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Agree, Black Panther is poor, but it’s extremely far from the thread title.

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    I may have been a bit premature judging Fatman

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    Helvellyn

    After sitting through all 2 hours 30 minutes

    Premier Icon dannymite1981
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    War of the worlds.Tom cruises massively annoying kids version!

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    Alien Covenant is just as bad

    I didn’t but this is the only film that made me want to walk out the cinema, let’s do away with any decent plot and creative writing and make everyone really stupid. “Oh it’s an alien egg I should probably take a look inside.”

    Buuuutttt, the answer to the big question is Polar, a soulless vacuous heap of dung with no redeeming qualities.

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    I watched the latest Robin Hood the other night. Don’t judge me! I couldn’t sleep and have pretty much seen everything that’s worth watching on Netflix. It was dire and pointless. I don’t understand why a good Robin Hood film can’t be made. All the elements are already in place, but we’ve never had a solid Hood movie.

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    Holmes and Watson. Yup I’ve read the reviews, but it popped up on Netflix yesterday. been out for a long ride, few beers on board and feeling like I fancied some brain out entertainment stuck it, after all how bad could it be?!

    Very. I lasted 10 minutes, and only because I was out the room for 5 of them

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    The watchmen. Worst comedy ever. Then someone told me it’s not a comedy which made me wonder what it was supposed to be.

    What comedies do you watch? I once got convinced to watch Man Bites Dog as a comedy, that was similarly uncomfortable.

    The 1989 Tim Burton Batman movie (and its sequels). Just, Plain. Terrible.

    Wash your mouth out! There was only one sequel (by Burton) as well, the other two were Joel Schumacher, both of which were utter pish and not much better than the effort by Zack Snyder for that matter.

    Cougars description of Highlander 2 could well be Alien 3, same sad story.

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    Harlem Nights – 20 minutes in I was in the pub round the corner.

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    Happy Feet

    Worst seasonal film by a country mile is Nativity 2.

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    Harlem Nights – 20 minutes in I was in the pub round the corner.

    Are you me? You’ve just triggered a long-erased memory of doing exactly the same thing. 🙂

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    Holmes and Watson. Yup I’ve read the reviews, but it popped up on Netflix yesterday. been out for a long ride, few beers on board and feeling like I fancied some brain out entertainment stuck it, after all how bad could it be?!

    Very. I lasted 10 minutes, and only because I was out the room for 5 of them

    Seconded. I like bad films. I enjoyed Talladega Nights. This was so dire I didn’t make it more than 10 minutes in.

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    Watched Hereditary for the 1st time tonight. That’s a strong candidate. Utter shit. What’s the point in a horror film that isn’t scary, creepy or unsettling

    I watched that on advice ofa work colleague.
    Not scary. Just odd. Silly odd.
    Like, why did the headless woman just float up into the tree house at the end?
    At no point did that move fit in or make sense.
    Odd.

    DrP

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    Yesterday I sat on the couch after consuming a massive roast dinner and put on “Mad Max – Beyond the Thunderdome”
    This was the first time I would of watched it since its original release when I was probably about 10. I remember a stylish, dark, edgy film set in a post apocalyptic world. What I actually got was a camp, silly dose of nonsense that was so dire I fell asleep after half an hour.

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    Harlem Nights – 20 minutes in I was in the pub round the corner.

    I won’t watch it again, but I remember watching it, probably too young when I was a young Teenager than I thought it was great. I’m sure it’s not.

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    When i was younger i always liked the Kickboxer film starring Jean Claude Van Dame

    Last night i was flicking through some films to watch and came across Kickboxer 4 The Agressor.

    Holy shit, this was the worst film i have ever seen in storyline, acting, fight scenes and makeup.

    Tong Po looked like his face had melted

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    The River Wild with Meryl Streep.
    Cliffhanger with Stallone as a climber – really?
    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Liked the book. Tried to watch film three times now and no matter how many awards it won, I can’t get past 30 mins before falling asleep!
    Anything with Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson. Total knucklehead, steroid mutant cheesy CGI drivel. Makes Statham seem classy!

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    Anything with Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson.

    He wouldn’t be my go to for quality acting but there’s nothing wrong with either Moana or Jumanji.

    Alien3

    Its kind of the poster child for “development hell” There is a good film in there somewhere, but definitely not up on the screen.

    I think the chances of a film being any good are inversely proportion to the number of writers involved raised to the power of the number of directors who have been linked to the “project”

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    Holmes and Watson.

    Third vote for this. I made it as far as the courtroom bit, so about eight minutes in. I’ll watch any old shite too.

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    Alien3

    Its kind of the poster child for “development hell” There is a good film in there somewhere, but definitely not up on the screen.

    I think the chances of a film being any good are inversely proportion to the number of writers involved raised to the power of the number of directors who have been linked to the “project”

    I’ve often thought that the Alien ‘character’ / formula is so good, it’s one of those thing it seems almost impossible to make a bad film from, but somehow it’s had a lot more misses than hits.

    Development Hell as you say certainly is a part of it, and ‘too many cooks’. I doubt that there will ever be another good Alien film. It’s actually a great franchise for a reboot as the ‘star’ is the Monster, not the Human characters per-se, as good as Ripley was.

    What it needs though is restraint, the Xenomorph is scariest when it’s shown in shadow, hidden in the sort organic/technology hybrid claustrophobic environment it builds, not when it’s running around in broad daylight.

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    Perhaps not the worst ever, but for highly over-rated schmaltzy thoroughly predictable pish, see Shawshank Redemption, or better still, don’t see it.

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