Ishtar (I have a theory, watching this film turns people to stone...)
Return of Jafar (Made me want to smash my VCR with a Mallet)
Waterworld (I am still trying to get my money back from the box office...)
Treasure of the Matacumbe (Disney's anti-classic)
Quest for the Delta Knights (MST3K classic)
Willow (I want to like this one, but can't do it...)
I heard that Plan 9 from Outer Space was voted as the worst film ever made... I don't know, if I could say that, really... Yes, Ed Wood made bad films... But they actually are kinda fun, and have developed their own style of film over time... And it has the last known footage of Bela Lagosi, who still had an unmatched performance power despite being so hooped up on morphene that he didn't know what he was saying... "Pull the strings! Pull the strings! Pull the strings!"
2. Legally Blonde 2
5.The Perfect Score
6.Love Don't Cost A Thing
7. A Cinderella Story
8.The Spice Girls Movie
9.Bring It On
10. Bring It On Again
there in noo paticular order but i could go on and on
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omg, jazzman, how could you hate the royal tenenbaums? that's one of the most original films made in a long long time. it's got everything, great cast, great acting, great story, great comedy, great drama, great style. the only reason i could see why you wouldnt like it is if u were expecting a wilson/stiller type comedy when you first looked at the box. i know that's what i first thought and im glad i was wrong.
I know it's always going to be a personal thing, but IMHO I'd stand-up for these films others have nominated -
Napoleon Dynamite, Royal Tennenbaums and Moulin Rouge (sorry Jazzman), Drop Dead Fred (although I haven't seen it in a while), Alien: Resurrection, Bring It On and Unbreakable.
There's a lot of sequels on these lists and captveg has a point - bad sequels are dissapointing; they squander your good-will to the first film.
The Matrix sequels are top of that list for me, Highlanders next and pratically any Disney straight-to-video sequel.
I just didn't find anything even remotely amusing in Tennenbaums. It was just slow, plodding and boooorrrrriiiinnnng. I knew it wasn't a typical Stiller joke fest, but I assumed that it would at least be witty, or charming, or something. But instead, all I found was cinematic novocaine. To its fans, I'm sorry, but I just found it dried out, over cooked and way too serious about itself, as if the audience was expected to laugh and sit in awe out of obligation to how high brow and refined it supposedly was. Thatís just my take though.
But Moulin Rouge? Words cannot begin to describe the abysmal depths of repugnance which that film sends me to. Blech....