Thread: The Worst Movie of All Time
01-10-2008 08:34 PM #1
The Worst Movie of All Time
One Missed Call has 0% on RottenTomatoes.com, I have never seen a movie score that low...
Worst movie of all time?
I think so.
01-10-2008 08:36 PM #2
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01-10-2008 10:02 PM #11
01-10-2008 10:18 PM #12
I have no idea what the worst movie of all time is but here are some votes from me
Gone in 60 Seconds ( remake)
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01-10-2008 10:19 PM #13
I've got two nominations....
Granted, they were direct to video (or DVD) but.... Actually, one was a direct to video sequel of a direct to video original.... but, nonetheless, I have actually watched both of them. Yes, from beginning to end.
Dracula 3000 - Rating of 1.9 on IMDb. Also,Scarecrow Gone Wild - Rating of (a surprisingly high) 2.8 on IMDb, direct to video sequel of a direct to video. I saw this on Encore. It was just so bad I had to keep watching.
both of the aforementioned films get this message on Rotten Tomatoes: Currently, there are not enough Tomatometer critic reviews to receive a rating.
and one more for honorable mention.....
A Sound of Thunder - Rating of 4.0 on IMDb and an 8% rotten on Rottentomatoes. Originally scheduled for a 2003 release, the film had an estimated budget of $52,000,000 but the company finacing the film went bankrupt during produciton. This caused the CGI (something used heavily in this film) to suffer greatly and for the release date to be pushed back until 2005. A Sound of Thunder, starring Ben Kingsley, Edward Burns and Catherine McCormack, was based off of a short story by Ray Bradbury of the same name..... surprisingly this film was actually released into theaters.
So sad. Almost as sad as the fact that I actually sat through all three of these. Luckily, I didn't pay any money to see them....Steve Zissou: Anne-Marie, do all the interns get Glocks?
Anne-Marie Sakowitz: No, they all share one.
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01-10-2008 10:36 PM #15