Twilight and The New Moon because that peach tree under my window could act better then Kirsten Stewart and my moms old Yugo could write less cheesy lines. Eclipse is bad, but I find it better than the first two. Also, I'm a ex twihard (all better now), so I have arguments why both movies and books suck.
Break up with Jennifer Aniston and that other guy. I think that my problem with that movie was the fact that Oprah Winfrey said that it is really, really funny and when I saw it I didn't even giggle once.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.
The robot was a paint cardboard box, and you could see the neckline in the polar bear as well as backdrop rippling in the wind at one point. I could not watch more than five in minutes. Oh, and the dialogue and plot were about as coherent and logical as Charlie Sheen's thoughts.
I had a friend who just made me watch Repo! The Genetic Opera. yes almost every single line is sung and there for the movie makes no sense if you don't listen to every line of song (and then it only makes slightly more sense). every characters back story is told thru a comic book like scene complete with speech bubbles and sound words (exactly what makes a thmoop sound during a fist fight?) The movie takes place in the future and is about how people start getting all sorts of surgeries from a company who seems to control the world called GeneCo who replaces various parts of your body with their own products because it's fashionable and when the patients can't pay a repo man comes and rips it from your body. this movie's only redeeming quality is that you get to see Paris Hilton's face fall off. And then the movie gets really bad when about half way thru you find yourself enjoying some of the songs and then wanting to shoot yourself directly in the eardrum because you realise something is seriously wrong with yourself. yeah yeah it was a vary painful couple of hours
i didn't expect this rant to be as long as it was. lol
I'm gonna have to go with Birdemic: Shock and Terror seen here:http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1316037/
you can watch it on nexflix if you dare. It's actually strangely entertaining considering how impossibly awful it is.
Adam and Paul is a complete trainwreck of a movie. I finished it and sat in silence for another five minutes wondering why on earth I put myself through the whole of it. Funnily enough, it's one of those film that seem funny and interesting in retrospect but dear lord in heaven above, it's not. It's terrible. Don't ever do it to yourself.
The worst movie ever made was Plan 9 from Outer Space, but it's so bad it's good. It was supposed to be serious and kind of creepy, but it ended up really funny.
High school musical is the worst idea...ever!
Birdemic, The Room, Leprechauns in the Hood, Thankskilling, Satyrcon, The Notebook, Twilight, Frozen, Jun-oh, errrrmmmmmm yesyesyes!
I agree with you on The Notebook and Twilight.
hahahahhaaa. My family LOVES them & I think that they're crap.
As for others I think, I'd have to say Avatar: The Last Air Bender, & Insidious.. have to be two of the worst ones made. hahahahaa... awful..
I would either say the room, high school musical (although that should be under crimes against humanity), twilight and Napoleon Dynamite.