Worst film you have ever had the misfortune of seeing.

peoffrey

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Donkey Punch. It's an erotic horror. The only good scene was when two of the girls stripped eachother naked and started snogging.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6kxswnHn3c[/youtube]

It's All Gone Pete Tong. Film starring Dennis Pennis as a deaf DJ.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5K6pIez5P4[/youtube]
 

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Godfather said:
This is going to be a shit thread.

Sorry OP, but people will name films it's cool to dislike, like the fucking matrix FFS???

Try watching some REALLY shit films.

I'll go for the godfather.

Well after reading all of this thread i have to say you got it spot on. Considering the myriad of shit films that have been made nearly all the ones mentioned in this thread are a fucking joke.
 

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Some silly nominations in this thread.
For a genuinely awful film, check out Bullseye, starring Michael Caine and Roger Moore, both playing two roles. 'Directed by Michael Winner' should have been a clue.
Here is a brilliantly withering review by a Caine biographer. He seems to get more and more angry as he remembers just how bad it was...

<a class="postlink" href="http://viciousimagery.blogspot.com/2008/06/replace-eye-with-hit-to-rate-film.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://viciousimagery.blogspot.com/2008 ... -film.html</a>

King Ralph with John Goodman was, like any film set in England but aimed at an American audience, as depressingly cliched as it gets (everyone in England is either a Lord or else lives in a cobbled street with a coal mine at the end)
 

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LongsightM13 said:
Some silly nominations in this thread.
For a genuinely awful film, check out Bullseye, starring Michael Caine and Roger Moore, both playing two roles. 'Directed by Michael Winner' should have been a clue.
Here is a brilliantly withering review by a Caine biographer. He seems to get more and more angry as he remembers just how bad it was...

<a class="postlink" href="http://viciousimagery.blogspot.com/2008/06/replace-eye-with-hit-to-rate-film.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://viciousimagery.blogspot.com/2008 ... -film.html</a>

King Ralph with John Goodman was, like any film set in England but aimed at an American audience, as depressingly cliched as it gets (everyone in England is either a Lord or else lives in a cobbled street with a coal mine at the end)

That's really weird because I saw King Ralph on the listings the other day and was thinking what a terrible film it was. There was some pretty heavyweight British acting talent in it too IIRC. Selling their soul for 30 pieces of silver. The Harry Potter gravy train had yet to arrive at the station I guess.

As for Michael Winner he is a **** of the first order but he directed a film called The Jokers with Oliver Reid and Michael Crawford which was great fun. He is a **** though.
 

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Although probably not the worst film I've ever seen (I really can't think of one), The Phantom Menace. The number of plot holes, and inconsistencies that film has is just shocking. Its as if George Lucas completetly rushed it, without reading it through, and they just accepted, without anyone saying it made no sense, and was a sloppy mess.
 

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