Gotta agree with you there. Wax On!
here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
Gotta agree with you there. Wax On!
I'd have to scroll to find the Tron fans. It was a good movie for its time. Was it the first video game adaptation? And it's not approaching one of the worst movies of all time
Alexander with Colin Farrell is a much better candidate
We can agree on!! SHOWER SCENE!!!!!
Denise Richards cans, though...? Movie FAIL.
I mean, she was Barbara Gordon, in Birds of Prey. But if you're only going on "can exposure"...one paid for a lot more than the other.
And for those Dina Meyer fans out there...can be seen next in Piranha 3-D!
I thought it was great what didn't you like about it?
it was supposed to be campy and militaristic. It mocked itself but you couldn't help rooting for the characters despite it. Great movie
You do know it wasn't supposed to be a serious film right? This reminds me of when I was leaving the theater after Snakes on a Plane and some guy was complaining that it was unrealistic and cheesy.
Cop and a 1/2 -Starring Burt Reynolds, directed by the Fonz!
Devon Butler is an eight-year old who dreams of being a cop. He watches police TV shows, knows police procedures, and plays cops and robbers with his friend Ray. One day, while snooping around in a warehouse, he witnesses a murder. He goes to the police, who want the information, but won't get it until they make Devon a cop. The police then team him with veteran cop (and child hater) Nick McKenna, and the two team up in comic series of events to find the killer.
How could that NOT be funny?
Tron was not that bad if you take it in the context of the early 80's. To view it from today's perspective will not do it justice. It also should be noted that it took a arcade game and made a movie from it. It tied in the movie theater in the mall with the Aladins Castle. It was big back in the day.
the game arose from the movie. I can't quote timing, but I was alive and skipping college to play video games when it came out originally. It wasn't like Pirates of the Carribean (I know it's a disney ride but stay with me) where they took an existing amusement, created a story out of it and then made a movie.
Maybe not the worst movie ever, but probably the most overrated-Beowulf. It got great reviews but everyone I know thought it sucked.
Beowulf was great but I think that people expected a bloody action flick but what they got was basically a medieval political drama.
Agree about the movie, but the video game was a trip.
Blues Brother 2000.
To bring shame to one of the all time classic is a fucking crime.
I can't remember every stupid movie I've seen, but I do remember the stupidest movies I've seen in the theatre.
Scorpion King w/ the Rock in his first movie, was one of the worst movies ever. Tied for second was Gigli and Punch, Drunk, Love.
Was bad. Real bad. Though it does have Walken talking about being a dog lapping ice cream off his forehead.
For having A-list talent (Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman), "The Book of Eli" was possibly the biggest hunk of shit movie I have ever suffered through.
Although, I rented "Reality Bites" may years ago (on my brother's recommendation) and it was SO bad, I ejected the tape from my VCR, drove BACK to the video rental store and demanded a refund because "this is the worst movie ever produced". Needless to say, they laughed at me.
This is still by far the worst movie I have ever seen. It took suck to places it never really thought it could go before...
It has a song dedicated to its shittiness.
I thought Tron sucked back in '82 so I guess you might say I was ahead of the curve.
Christmas Evil: The story of a man with psychological issues linked to watching his mom get it on with a man in a santa costume as a child. He grows up to work in a toy factory and eventually kills someone with a Christmas hatchet. The townspeople run him out of town with torches, but it's okay because at the end of the movie his creeper van drives off a cliff and then flies into the sky magically.
... the core. They accidentally stop the earth's core with an earthquake machine, than they use a laser cutting drill to go to the center of the earth and drop a nuclear bomb on it. the science is wrong on so many levels. If they don't disregard the laws of physics this movie lasts 5 minuets and everyone dies.
I disagree only because it spurned my favorite South Park episode, in which they built a drill to navigate through the massive crowd of hippies.
... those drills are real, they don't use lasers but the idea came from the drills the russians used during chernobyl. other than that it's all really bad science in that movie
But I've seen just about every bad dinosaur/monster movie...and this one just hurt to watch.
And on the "supposed to be good" category:
I mean, anytime you even cringe at the ugliness of the gratuitous nudity....
Plan 9 from Outer Space is popularly considered the worst movie ever made....but it's in the so bad it's good category.
So, yeah...there are a lot of worse movies than Tron.
Without a Paddle was the most cliche' piece of shit attempt at comedy that I've ever witnessed.
Ok, now it's Game. Blouses.
Tron is one of the better things to come out of the 80's!
During this time in the 80's America and more specifically, in corporate America, the computer was becoming a more widespread and important necessity to doing business. The technology was rapidly growing and expanding beyond its original intents. During this time some believed that technology would overrun mankind and humans would become obsolete. Terminator is a great example of this kind of ideaology. Tron explored this fear in a unique way, by actually creating a world inside the computer that was attempting to gain total control. Its not the most believable story in the world but when is fiction ever meant to be completely realistic? Tron is a sort of Western almost, a standard good vs. bad kind of story with a 21st century setting. The effects were unique and sleek for the time, the light cycles and tanks looked like something from far in the future and attracted the attention of children across the country. I dont hold any illusions about Tron being a great movie but it is in no way the worst movie ever and should never even be considered in the conversation.
I have only walked out of one movie in my life...
You haven't seen many movies.
I hope you are doing something productive with your free time.
Worst: Every Kevin Costner movie since Dances with Wolves.
The guy is Bizzaro-Clint Eastwood
Mr. Brooks was a pretty solid thriller film. Agreed for the most part besides.
Gerry (if you can watch this whole movie, kudos to you)
It's Pat (based on the SNL sketches)
Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
Bewitched (the Will Ferrell one)
A Low Down Dirty Shame
The Calcium Kid
There are too many terrible movies to annoint one as "worst ever".
As a connoisseur of bad flicks, it's hard for me to restrain myself here.
But allow me to proffer up one of the worst pieces of CRAP I've ever seen:
The Wicker Man (remake from 2006)
Nevermind that it doesn't hold a candle to the original film, Nicholas Cage is so full of stink that it would be on any "worst movie ever" list on its own.