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What is the Worst Film You Have Ever Seen?

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Just a bit of fun as I saw it on tv this morning. What film have you watched and either walked out of at the cinema or not completed when at home as its utterly terrible .

stuartsmith544
a week ago
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Leannexxx
Leannexxxa week ago

Black sheep went to the cinema to watch it and I wanted my money back 🤣🤣

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MelissaLee1963
MelissaLee1963a week ago

Can't remember what it was called but it was a really badly dubbed spaghetti western.No one spoke they just kept looking sideways at each other with attitude .They had ponchos and mexican hats on.So bad it was good lol.

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Howmuch
Howmucha week ago

The worst films for me are the ones you expect to be good, The Perfect Storm would be my choice. I did watch it to the end, that just made the experience more disappointing.

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jwhitaker537
jwhitaker537a week ago

The human centipede it traumatised me

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MelissaLee1963
MelissaLee1963a week ago

jwhitaker537 all them legs lol

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ACR
ACRa week ago

I've never walked out during a cinema screening. I'll still watch to the end even if I don't like a film. There are a lot of really terrible obscure low or no budget horror films, especially in the anthology category, such as Tales of the Supernatural (2014). For big budget Hollywood films I really hated Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi. Followed closely by the other Star Wars sequels, The Wolverine (2013) and Aquaman (2018).

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Pfs
Pfsa week ago

Freewilly

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Lynibis
Lynibisa week ago

The Grand Budapest Hotel I started but didn't finish, life's too short! The only film I have ever walked out on was Annie Hall, directed by the very weird Woody Allen.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca week ago

Lynibis that movie is a masterpiece. I've seen it about 2-3 times because of how artistically beautiful it is.

Wes Anderson movies truly are a work of art.

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Xenophon
Xenophon6 days ago

PhilipMarc Yes I really liked it but I think it is very quirky so an acquired taste.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca week ago

Terminator Genisys

It wasn't the absolute worst, but it was pretty bad. However, Terminator Dark Fate was even worse.

Ghostbusters 2016 was horrible, too.

I'm not even going to bother watch Lightyear as I can't stand the big chunky face, the big chin, and he wasn't voiced by Tim Allen.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBananaa week ago

Requiem for a dream and Trainspotting were pretty dire films with zero enjoyment watching them yet are highly rated by many. I'm not really into arty films or films that show the suffering of life. I look for more light-hearted entertainment and enjoy scifi movies. I saw Ad Astra with Brad Pitt and god that was an awful film to say the least, I really couldn't see why they made it, nothing original about it and no real story to tell. Donnie Darko is another dire trash movie. I like films that tell the story well rather than just throw weird ideas at the screen as something a bit different. However some films are just totally uninspired and boring with no ideas at all. Most french movies I've seen are pretty terrible, typical mother has an affair with her son's friend or other sexual tension type scenario, its mostly the same rubbish that seems to get repeatedly made. Even as a teenager desperate to see some film nudity etc I had to switch it off before I slipped into a coma watching them.

However I must admit I like very cheesy scifi movies which most people think are pretty bad and often unwatchable to them.

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Pjran
Pjrana week ago

We went to see Bullet Train yesterday, my husband would say that’s the worst film but I found it entertaining.

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stuartsmith544
stuartsmith544a week ago

Pjran Please apologise to your husband but I watched it today and me and my lad loved it . Hilarious and pretty brutal at the same time .

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Leesha86
Leesha86a week ago

Sharknado! It was so unbelievably bad that I couldn’t stop watching! 🤣

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MrsCraig
MrsCraiga week ago

Fight Club. I couldn't walk out as I was watching it with some friends at my house, but I have never been more bored in all my life.

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Kam217x
Kam217xa week ago

Batman v superman

Don't no why i ever agreed to watching it

It's like REALLY

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aliciamx09
aliciamx09a week ago

Cats is a good answer. A movie which simply shouldn’t have been made.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap6 days ago

Blur witch project. I was frightened by the fact I'd wasted all that time and money going the cinema to see it

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Xenophon
Xenophon6 days ago

The Hateful Eight. I like Westerns and I like Tarantino's early films, but that was as dull as ditch water, a group of people waffling on in a hut, often telling each to shut the door (like a cowboy version of Larry Grayson) for 2hr 45mins before anything happened!

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HellStrachan
HellStrachan6 days ago

It was called *Rubber* and it was about a Serial Killer tyre 🤣

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin5 days ago
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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold5 days ago

The only film iv ever walked out on is From Hell (Johnny Depp film about the ripper) so so dull & boring even Depp couldn't save it.

I enjoy all the Bond films except Quantum of Solace, I have never seen it till the end. I find it dull compared to the others.

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Xenophon
Xenophon4 days ago

Agree on both.

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SaveMeSunday
SaveMeSunday4 days ago

Gosh there are too many to mention here but iv waisted hours

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