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Mr. Potter

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« on: 05-02-2002 21:52 »

I would like to know what is in your opinion the worst movie of all time(at least that you can remember).
Chump

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« Reply #1 on: 05-02-2002 21:58 »

This one performance of Romeo and Juliet. It was aweful. The actors were all like 40 years old.
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #2 on: 05-02-2002 22:02 »

I believe the worst movie in recent years is Britney Spears' Crossroads
Nixorbo

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« Reply #3 on: 05-02-2002 22:04 »

The worst movie I've ever seen is without a doubt Battlefield: Earth
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #4 on: 05-02-2002 22:08 »

That was bad, too. John Travolta sucks.
Delta-V

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« Reply #5 on: 05-02-2002 22:09 »

Hmmm...It'd be a tough decision between "Starship Troopers" and "Nothing But Trouble".
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« Reply #6 on: 05-02-2002 22:15 »

scary movie 2
american pie 2
dude, where's my car
seriously dude, where's my car
freddy got fingered
any video game movie
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #7 on: 05-02-2002 22:19 »

I don't believe American Pie 2 was so bad. But you're right with Scary movie(I hate the both of them).
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« Reply #8 on: 05-02-2002 22:20 »

lord of the rings
Kryten

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« Reply #9 on: 05-02-2002 22:26 »

Glitter.
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #10 on: 05-02-2002 22:27 »

What the hell you're talking about? Hmm.. Wait a second(relax,relax). Okay, I believe Lord Of The Rings is the BEST movie of all time.
Ben

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« Reply #11 on: 05-02-2002 22:31 »

The only movie I've ever actually fallen asleep in while watching is 'In Love & War', so that gets my vote.
Mr. Potter

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« Reply #12 on: 05-02-2002 22:38 »

Another movie I hate is Original Sin
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #13 on: 05-02-2002 22:38 »

Dude,Wheres My Car?
Star wars episode one
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House one
Air bud
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2010: we make contact
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Antz

FishyJoe

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« Reply #14 on: 05-03-2002 02:01 »

Kryten, did you actually see Glitter? If so, you are my hero.

I can't answer this thread....it seems like every other movie I see qualifies as the worst of all time. I couldn't possibly narrow it down here. But I will say that Notting Hill and Wild Wild West are the only two movies that I've walked out of so far.
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #15 on: 05-03-2002 04:57 »

Fishy, if I smacked my balls with a hammer, would I be your hero too?  big grin
wiggles

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« Reply #16 on: 05-03-2002 06:42 »

C'mon... all these suggestions are oscar winners compared to:

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Kryten

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« Reply #17 on: 05-03-2002 13:51 »

 
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Originally posted by FishyJoe:
Kryten, did you actually see Glitter? If so, you are my hero.


I didn't have to, on opening day, the theter was sucked into the pits of Hell. Satan was then seen crawling out of the smoking crater, his ears bleeding, sobbing and moaning "That voice... that hideous voice..."

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« Reply #18 on: 05-03-2002 14:10 »

Why, why did they think a Tom Green movie would work. It wasn't funny it was really dull. Damn you Freddy got Fingered.
Impossible

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« Reply #19 on: 05-03-2002 14:22 »

i cannot answer this. i cant think of any. I wasnt keen on LOTR but it was good. I can't stand Mars Attacks, but i wouldnt know cos i have never seen it.
Tzlk
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« Reply #20 on: 05-03-2002 15:00 »

Mars attacks was funny!!!  Anyawy Delta Force 5 is the worst excuse for a movie that i EVER saw! absouluty Pathetic!
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #21 on: 05-03-2002 15:33 »

You are all Bad Movie amatuers. I have seen things that would make your eyes bleed and send you screaming from the theater. Here's a little research for you, if you're into that kind of self-abuse (*=very highly recommended):

*BadMovies.Org
*Mr. Cranky
Bad Movie Report
*Jabootu
B-Notes
Unknown Movies
Oh The Humanity!
Stinkers!
Toyzilla's Cult Movies
*Cold Fusion
Stomp Tokyo
Bad Movie Night
Adventures of the Bad Movie Club
Bad Cinema Diary!
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #22 on: 05-03-2002 15:41 »

For some reason, I never really like The Rock, infact I couldn't stand it.
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #23 on: 05-03-2002 15:50 »
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My favorite bad movie, by the way, is the extended version of Irwin Allen's The Swarm--the hour-and-a-half-long version is bad enough, why did they choose to add MORE bad?--followed closely by Viva Knievel!, starring Evel Knievel as Evel Knievel in a movie about how Christlike Evel Knievel is. (I'm not kidding. In the opening sequence, he creeps into an orphanage after hours to deliver toys to the kids. The toys are Evel Knievel action figures. This immediately inspires the Crippled Orphan to walk again. Shameless.)
cellery

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« Reply #24 on: 05-03-2002 15:50 »

Plan 9 From Outer Space
Any Woody Allen movie
Universal Soldier: The Return
ZombieJesus

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« Reply #25 on: 05-03-2002 16:51 »

I don't like the Rock, the movie. (And also the wrestler that goes by the same name.) I don't like face/off.  I can't stand John Travolta and Nicholas Cage anymore.

Another movie that sucked was Independance Day.  I can't stand Will Smith. It was all special effects.  No story.
How come a laptop and a 1,44 Mb floppy disk are compatible with an alien computer, and thus also with the computer virus.  And how come some hicks with flying experience from Cessnas can suddenly fly F 18 jetfighters?
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« Reply #26 on: 05-03-2002 20:49 »

 
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How come a laptop and a 1,44 Mb floppy disk are compatible with an alien computer, and thus also with the computer virus.  And how come some hicks with flying experience from Cessnas can suddenly fly F 18 jetfighters?

On the laptop - only explanation I could think of is that they had the alien ship and managed to decode it, for lack of a better term, with all the most technologically advanced computer gizmos.

And as for the planes - the crop duster did actually fly jets "back in 'Nam," I'm going to assume the basic controls of a plane haven't changed all that much.

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« Reply #27 on: 05-03-2002 20:56 »

 
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but, according to him, every movie sucks.
Zed 85

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« Reply #28 on: 05-04-2002 02:27 »

There are films I don't like that much but I wouldn't classify them as "the worst ever". I don't like Broken Arrow, with Christian Slater and John Travolta (Its that man again!). I dunno why but it just wasn't very enjoyable or had many other things going for it.
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« Reply #29 on: 05-04-2002 03:21 »

 
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Originally posted by Nixorbo:
 And as for the planes - the crop duster did actually fly jets "back in 'Nam," I'm going to assume the basic controls of a plane haven't changed all that much.

I think it is safe to say that the crop dusters who flew jets in Vietnam had extensive training on those aircraft before going into combat.

BrainSluggo

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« Reply #30 on: 05-04-2002 04:44 »
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*Mr. Cranky
but, according to him, every movie sucks.

...Yes? What is being your point please.

No, seriously...not only is Mr. Cranky's blanket hatred of everything ever released on film, funny--especially when he has to stretch to find something patently offensive in the most innocent of stuff--but it's also giggleworthy to read messages from people who just don't get it. ("How could you hate...?!? You are mean!!") Mr. Cranky is a fictional Devil's Advocate, finding the cloud around any silver lining. Knowing he's not serious about it, one can enjoy his bitchy ravings. (And when he IS serious about it, so much the better!!)

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« Reply #31 on: 05-04-2002 05:13 »
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Originally posted by BrainSluggo:
My favorite bad movie, by the way, is the extended version of Irwin Allen's The Swarm--the hour-and-a-half-long version is bad enough, why did they choose to add MORE bad

LOL... Mixie Caine's finest hour.

While were on the subject of giant insects I remember watching a film called 'Mosquito' at 2am in the morning once after coming back from the bar in a drunken stupor. It was soooooo bad we were ended laughing our heads off.

Basically a group of tourists were being chased by giant mozzies. When the (comic rubber) mozzies bit them they turned to Zombies.

Basically think 'Tremors'... But far more cheezy.
Impossible

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« Reply #32 on: 05-04-2002 05:36 »

Here's another site www.movie-mistakes.com  - lots and lots of mistakes from films. Very funny. Eg. In "Titanic", one passenger is wearing a digital watch. Now they wern't around when it sunk, were they?
Ricky

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« Reply #33 on: 05-04-2002 09:00 »

Million Dollar Hotel is the single worst movie I have ever seen (if we except the Norwegian movies made by director Vibeke Løkkeberg in the 70's and 80's). It wasn't a movie about mentally ill people, it was rather made by mentally ill people to make the audience mentally ill as well.
Teral

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« Reply #34 on: 05-04-2002 17:59 »

Movies known to most: I'll go with the good ol' choice "Battlefield: Earth".  puke

Movies known only to a unfortunate few: "Stjerner Uden Hjerner" (Star without Brains), and yes it's exactly as sucky as the title indicates. Made with 2 of the most popular comedians in Denmark, you'd think it would be at least a small succes, but no. After production was finsihed the stars refused to be associated with the movie in any way, the hated it soo much. The total numbers of tickets sold was approx. 800. I saw it on TV a while ago, just to see what all the fuss was, I manged to sit through 25 minutes before changing channel.

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« Reply #35 on: 05-04-2002 22:44 »

 
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"Stjerner Uden Hjerner" (Star without Brains)

The Carrot Top Story.
Ben

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« Reply #36 on: 05-04-2002 23:05 »

 
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Originally posted by cellery:
Any Woody Allen movie

Heathen! Philistine!

Just Chris

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« Reply #37 on: 05-05-2002 01:24 »

 
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How come a laptop and a 1,44 Mb floppy disk are compatible with an alien computer, and thus also with the computer virus.  And how come some hicks with flying experience from Cessnas can suddenly fly F 18 jetfighters?

 laff I talked about that in this thread about movie cliches. Yes, they are thousands of years ahead of our technology, but they are baffled by morse code! Plus, that lady (played by Vivica Fox) seems to drive a heavy equipment truck pretty well and...find her way to El Toro from a decimated Los Angeles!

Wild Wild West was a pretty bad movie, cuz it was too farfetched. Scary Movie 2 was too cheesy if I remember right.

Just out of curiosity, I wanna see Glitter to see just how bad it sucks. Oh, I can't wait till they start with Glitter 2!  big grin
yes, that was only a joke. Glitter 2 is not being considered for production. You can relax now.
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #38 on: 05-05-2002 02:50 »
« Last Edit on: 05-05-2002 02:50 »

A sure-fire way to know the movie is a turd:
Wait, wait , wait...a killer WHAT?

Sharks, bats, spiders, maybe--though there are plenty of bad movies about them--but when cute n'cuddly tries to pass for maneatin' monstrosity, it never, ever works. Well, almost never.

Case in point: Night of the Lepus. Scientists trying to curb the population of wild jackrabbits somehow create a race of enormous superbunnies that enjoy human flesh. That's right, wabbits! I don't know which is worse: the crappy matte work using real bunnies, or the guy in the rabbit suit. Worked better in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Starring DeForrest Kelley and the most annoying little girl in the whole wide world.

Case Number Two: a no-budget "artsy" flick called Godmonster of Indian Flats. The title creature is...a mutant sheep. No, really. In the ultimate bad movie scene, a woman who knows the mutant is "just misunderstood" gets it to halt its ramage of frightening picnickers by...dancing with it. Then her boyfriend shows up, and, while trying to "protect" her, clobbers her in the skull with a huge rock. The monster's just as shocked as we are. Yes, it's a man in a suit--and it must be seen to be believed. Yikes.

Number Three: Who among you has witnessed the awesome power of King Kong Lives? Linda Hamilton stars in this little-known 1987 sequel to the 1976 Kong. Kong has survived his fall from the World Trade Center--ugh, that scene's even more painful now--and with an artificial heart in his chest (!), he's running around the backwoods with his giant-ape girlfriend (!!), eatin' gators and rednecks, and...well, once you have this basic, ludicrous plot set up, you can write the rest of the script yourself. Kong and Lady Kong's "courtship" is vomit-inducing, and played as straight as it can be.

Recommendation: Rebirth of Mothra 2 is a campy little giant-monster romp. I mention it here because a giant moth turned out to be a fairly effective monster after all, and the fun RoM2 features an odd little critter called Golgo who looks like a cross between a Tribble and a wizened wise man, and has magic pee.

I couldn't make this crap up if I tried.

 
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« Reply #39 on: 05-05-2002 06:49 »

star wars
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