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    This Movie Stinks!

    Thread to be abandoned later. Anyways I've got a top 100 list of the worst movies I've ever seen. I could have kept going, too-man I've watched too much crap. Someone said that I like too many movies, so back in 2020 I made a list of awful films I watched. Can't remember if I posted the list, so here we are and I'll probably update it later when I finally give in and become less selective at going to the movie theater just to satisfy someone online I never met. Let's goooo!
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    100. The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961, Coleman Francis)



    I actually have seen this turkey I mean movie twice. Once on my local community college cable channel, the second via MSTK3 on Netflix when they still had the rights. Poor Tor Johnson never had much of a film career but he still gave 100% in every B movie he was ever in. He's good in this film as a scientist turned into a raging monster. In fact he's probably one of the few good things about this crappy low budget movie.

    Sometimes a picture actually needs money. I don't know if money would have fixed this movie. Probably not. If I recall the MST3K jokes for this flick were pretty good, though. If someone wanted to remake this movie as a warning against nuclear power or as a gore filled slasher movie, go for it I guess. The material is pretty thin.
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    Good lord that movie stinks!

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    Anything Coleman Francis touched turned to crap.
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    I had to Google who he was ha ha.
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    99. Men In Black II (2002, Barry Sonnenfeld)



    I liked this movie's cast. I like Sonnenfeld as a director. I actually enjoy the series-yes even the last one, which was kind of disappointing yet still enjoyable enough. So the second film is a huge and puzzling misfire amongst a pretty good/solid franchise. I'm not sure what went wrong here yet MIBII sucks. It's a good example of how Hollywood often fucks up sequels and forgers what made the first movie so good in the beginning.

    Perhaps it can be linked to Barry having a creative slump that began with Wild Wild West. More on that later. Looking at his career he started to do more TV by this point so perhaps he was distracted a lot. I forgive him for this movie though since MIB 3 was good and he gave us Pushing Daisies. I'm really glad I didn't make my dad take me to see this. Woof.
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    98. Troll 2 (1990, Claudio Fragasso)



    I have a found memory of watching this movie in the Yahoo GD chat room with people riffing on how bad the movie was. The jokes literally write themselves for Troll 2. I mean this film has some of the dumbest lines I've ever heard in my entire life. I still can't believe this movie exists-sometimes I think it was made up as a fake movie that someone else watches in a horror movie. I should probably move this higher up the list and yet I'm still laughing at some of the scenes that happened.

    The creepy ghost grandpa is my favorite thing about Troll 2. If you ever want to make a movie and you're not sure you can or should, remember this movie exists and go for your dreams. It can't be worse than Troll 2.

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    99: stink
    98: obviously stinks, but was impossible for me to not laugh hysterically the entire time

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    Grampaw!!


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    Troll 2 is the standard by which all other so-bad-they're-good movies are judged. You can't piss on hospitality.
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    Quote Quoting Skitch (view post)
    99: stink
    98: obviously stinks, but was impossible for me to not laugh hysterically the entire time
    That is true. I actually haven't gotten to the ones I truly loathe yet, that comes much later.
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    Quote Quoting Mysterious Dude (view post)
    Grampaw!!

    That is one of the funniest things I've ever seen.
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    Quote Quoting Spun Lepton (view post)
    Troll 2 is the standard by which all other so-bad-they're-good movies are judged. You can't piss on hospitality.
    Facts ha ha.

    BTW there are a few movies I've seen since 2020 that would qualify for the list. I can always update years later. One of them is Things, which I gave a 1/100 only because the soundtrack wasn't half bad. I sat through it for Joe Bob Briggs.
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    Oh there's a number 1

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    Things isn't low budget. It's more like zero budget filmmaking ha ha.
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    97. Pocahontas (1995, Eric Goldberg, Mike Gabriel)



    My family dragged me to Pocahontas because my younger sister who's now the middle child wanted to see it. I don't really care for musicals a whole lot so that was strike one. Even as a kid I had a feeling the whole movie was bullshit, so that was strike two. Strike three was having a movie based on a real person include cute lame animals so strike three. You're out, movie. I don't loathe this film but it's pretty depressing that it doesn't even try to stay true to her actual story.

    Look I know you shouldn't get any history lessons from Hollywood or kids movies yet one can still expect them to at least try. This movie doesn't do that very much although the songs were good at least. I'd rather just view Mulan again instead.
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    Even ignoring all history, that movie sucks.

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    At least we have The New World which on reflection is a great flick and I should probably bump up my rating for that one.
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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    At least we have The New World which on reflection is a great flick and I should probably bump up my rating for that one.
    Oh don't make me watch that again

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    98. Troll 2 (1990, Claudio Fragasso)



    I have a found memory of watching this movie in the Yahoo GD chat room with people riffing on how bad the movie was.
    Heh, I remember being there; during the scene with all the roaming close-ups of the troll-people's faces, one guy said that it was "like a Sergio Leone movie with less Mexicans"; aw, memories...

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    Quote Quoting Skitch (view post)
    Oh don't make me watch that again
    Well I've only seen it once since it's almost 3 hours.
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    Quote Quoting StuSmallz (view post)
    Heh, I remember being there; during the scene with all the roaming close-ups of the troll-people's faces, one guy said that it was "like a Sergio Leone movie with less Mexicans"; aw, memories...
    That's pretty funny.
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    I respect Pocahontas craft, but yeah, the story and tone just don't work that much. It's probably the least rewatchable 90's Disney movie.
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    Men (A. Garland, 2022) ☆
    The Devils (K. Russell, 1971) ☆
    My Father's Dragon (N. Twomey, 2022) ☆
    Inside Job, S1, Pt. 2 (S. Takeuchi, 2022) ☆
    Patton (F. Schaffner, 1970) ☆
    Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (E. Radomski/B. Timm, 1993)
    Tuca & Bertie, S3 (L. Hanawalt, 2022) ☆
    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (R. Coogler, 2022) ☆
    The Dragon Prince: The Mystery of Aaravos, Book 4: Earth (A. Ehasz/J. Richmond, 2022) ☆
    All Quiet on the Western Front (E. Berger, 2022) ☆

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    I'm not a big fan of Aladdin or Hercules when it comes to 90s Disney. Some of their stuff just doesn't work for me.
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    Quote Quoting DFA1979 (view post)
    ... I sat through it for Joe Bob Briggs.

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