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post Aug 2 2018, 10:39 AM
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There are any particular films that you have watched that have been so bad that you would see them again?

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post Aug 2 2018, 03:53 PM
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Evolution (2001)
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A fire-fighting cadet, two college professors, and a geeky but sexy government scientist work against an alien organism that has been rapidly evolving since its arrival on Earth inside a meteor.
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A comedy that follows the chaos that ensues when a meteor hits the Earth carrying alien life forms that give new meaning to the term "survival of the fittest." David Duchovny, Orlando Jones, Seann William Scott, and Julianne Moore


Despite being such a downright ridiculous film I have seen it multiple times and enjoy it all the same. Julianne Moore is one of my favourite actresses and even the other actors aren't half bad really. The CGI isn't terrible considering it was 2001 but looking back from the technology we have today it's hilarious :') I love this movie to bits but it is objectively bad



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post Aug 2 2018, 06:23 PM
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Baywatch (2017)





Found this to be quite cheesy when I first saw it, but grown to like this ever since.
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post Aug 6 2018, 11:06 PM
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Pretty much 90% of the horror movies out there laugh.gif

Sinister 2 is up there with the worst but itís definitely more entertaining picking apart the dumb writing, incessant plot holes and of course you canít have a bad film without bad acting and ghost children that you actually want dead by the end of the movie.
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QUOTE(Dexton @ Aug 2 2018, 04:53 PM) *
Evolution (2001)


I vaguely remember seeing some episodes of the animated series based on the film when I was younger. I liked the intro at the time.
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post Aug 24 2018, 09:06 AM
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I still love Evolution, it's great fun and was never meant to be anything other light-hearted fluff cheer.gif

Plan B From Outer Space is unintentionally the worst film of all-time, not letting minor things like the death of the star in real life bother it, and so bad they made a drama film about the making of the film which was fab. I wouldnt want to watch it again though, but I would watch the drama about it.

An excruciatingly bad film that I have sat through more than once is Toomorrow, from 1970, Olivia Newton-John's first film, about a pop band in London that gets involved with aliens and a space ship. So bad it was quickly withdrawn from release, found it's way onto RAF base cinemas and then was hidden from the world for decades, unreleased. I saw it as a kid, and it had Olivia, pop music, and space ships. How could I not buy the DVD when it finally came out? It's. Just. Awful!

See if you can get through 9 minutes laugh.gif



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Plan 9 is a classic laugh.gif When a film starts with the line ďWe are all interested in the future because we are all going thereĒ and then gets steadily worse it canít be anything but entertaining. That must be why I have actually seen it more than once. As you say, the death of the star, Bela Lugosi, didnít help - particularly as they didnít have the budget to reshoot his parts. Even so, replacing him with someone significantly taller and who had to hide his face wasnít the most subtle way of getting round the problem!

The biopic, Ed Wood, starring Johnny Depp, was a rather more accomplished piece of film-making.
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Maybe those Sharknado films.
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post Feb 5 2019, 05:31 PM
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Pearl Harbor and Titanic are both awful, overlong and poorly written drivel that happen to contain astonishingly excellent 30 minute action sequences in them.

To be honest though there's plenty -
Off the top of my head -

Godfather Part 3
The Hobbit trilogy
Flash Gordon is trash but fun
Dune is a glorious failure
Batman V Superman (although the Ultimate cut is ok)
Suicide Squad is a bit of a mess but Harley is perfect
Batman And Robin is hilarious if you have enough booze
Alien 3 is a great film spoiled by the studio
A lot of the Bond films
All of the Rocky films after 3 (Not Creed though)
Almost anything with a Predator in it
All of the Scream, Halloween, Elm Street sequels
The Star Wars prequels too. Episodes 1 & 2 are both pretty bad films by all standard measures
Almost every Godzilla film

I could go on for ages.

Even bad films have good qualities (except the Transformers films, they're irredeemable)


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The Happening
me and my friends watch this semi-regularly because it's our favourite "so bad it's good" movie. This scene always cracks me up because of just how bad the acting is here:



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post Mar 1 2019, 11:23 AM
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Jaws 3-D (1983)




This movie isn't perfect but it's a fun watch for me.

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post Mar 1 2019, 11:32 AM
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post Mar 1 2019, 03:31 PM
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QUOTE(cantthinkofaname @ Feb 6 2019, 05:29 PM) *
The Happening
me and my friends watch this semi-regularly because it's our favourite "so bad it's good" movie. This scene always cracks me up because of just how bad the acting is here:


I don't think it's bad acting, it's just character talking down to that old woman laugh.gif

QUOTE(jakewild @ Mar 1 2019, 02:32 PM) *
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You're lucky I remembered that Brie Larson's 'Room' doesn't have a definite article in front of it..
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