Skip to comments.Freep a poll! (Which of these 5 is worst movie this year?)
Posted on 11/27/2006 3:44:22 PM PST by dynachrome
So many awful movies, so little time. We cant list them all, so which of these five films was the biggest stinker of the year?
Basic Instinct 2
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I didn't see any of them. Sorry!
I was trapped on a long plane flight with NACHO LIBRE and THE DA VINCI CODE. Nacho was bad, but Code was worse. Really one of the worst movies I've ever seen, bar none.
Didn't see any of them, but the wife says that Little Man and RV both sucked.
They all look just awful to me. I wouldn't waste my time with any of them. And that's coming from someone that used to see EVERY (and yes, I do mean every) movie that came out. Good, bad, straight to video, I used to watch them all. Now, the dreck has taken over. All the good writing has moved to television.
When you have shows like 24, Prison Break, Heroes, Day Break, and Dexter, who the hell needs movies anyway? They look silly by comparision.
The only one I saw was Ultraviolet. Terrible.
One of those movies where the trailer showed the only funny scenes in the movie?
Code was worse. Really one of the worst movies I've ever seen, bar none.
I saw it, I thought it was great. Lots of twists and turns, surprises, double crosses - why did you find it so awful?
The ONLY funny scenes.
Saw III (or whatever number it was) was one of the worst movies I have ever seen.
After sitting thru the first Basic Instinct, no way would I see a sequel made so long after the first bad one.
RV was funny.
But I haven't see the rest of 'em.
DaVinci Code was decent fiction.
I have a VERY low tolerance for "feel good" movies in general and that's what Nacho Libre turned out to be. I thought it would be in the same, bizarre vein of humor as Napoleon Dynamite - and it was, but only slightly. The rest was just feel good crap all around. That said, I loved that damned movie. I thought it was cute, sweet, and easy to watch. And I almost (almost) cried at the end. I have no idea what's wrong with me these days.
I watched "Taxi Driver" to get me back on track and purge the schmaltz from my brain.
I was dragged to Nacho Libre and didn't enjoy it at all.
RV was a great movie.
OK, it wasn't a GREAT movie, but it certainly doesn't belong in a "worst 5" list. Not when Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" is wandering around.
You left off the absolute best show on tv ever. The Wire. I really like Dexter but I can't even attempt to watch it after The Wire because it just flat out can't compete. I have to get some distance from it before I can watch anything else.
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