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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by paintergirl on 5 February 2008 2:55am
 
I really really wanted to share my worst least list.
Bitter moon
Showgirls
Roadhouse
Alien vs Predator
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by canaveralgumby on 5 February 2008 6:50am
 
Oooooh! Showgirls! I forgot that one! Gosh that was horrible!
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by paintergirl on 5 February 2008 5:36pm
 
I remember seeing Showgirls at a $1 theatre. These creepy guys were there, and were unamused by my husband and I laughing.
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by elina on 5 February 2008 5:52pm
 
Caligula. Couldn't finish it, it was so terrible and poorly made. Total waste of Malcolm McDowell's talent.
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by mrsthing on 6 February 2008 1:52am
 
Sheena, Queen of the Jungle--just awful!

Mad Max--gave me nightmares and anxiety attacks for months!

Conan the Barbarian--couldn't stomach the first 20 minutes, got up and left.

One Dark Night--too awful for words! Apparently, Adam West used up all of his acting talent in Batman and didn't save anything for the rest of his career. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086050/plotsummary

Hocus Pocus--yecch!

Yellowbeard--nice try, guys, but just not my style. With a cast including Graham Chapman, Peter Cook, Eric Idle, James Mason, Marty Feldman (his last film, poor fellow; he died of a heart attack a day or two after they finished filming), Cheech and Chong, Peter Boyle, Spike Milligan, John Cleese, and Madeline Kahn, you'd think it would be a winner. But as far as I'm concerned, the only bright spots were Eric, John, and Madeline. The rest was a silly, predictable bore.

 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by sighthound on 6 February 2008 9:27am
 
The "Wizard of Oz" is bad???!!! It's scary but wonderfully archetypal! An absolutely great film!

 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by kazzzz on 6 February 2008 11:44am
 
My post on this thread from 15 months ago and I stand by it still!!!

Nothing But Trouble (Chevy Chase and Demi Moore aaargh the WORST!)

Happy Gilmore (Adam Sandler)

Everything with Adam Sandler in fact, apart from The Wedding Singer

Titanic (sorry but it was awful)

Crocodile Dundee in New York (cringe cringe cringe)
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by Blasi on 6 February 2008 12:07pm
 
Jaws 3
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
Austin Powers (any of them)
Alexander
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by Blasi on 6 February 2008 12:22pm
 
Oops, double post!
 
Re: WORST LEAST Favorite Movies! by mrsthing on 6 February 2008 3:25pm
 
Which Willy Wonka movie? They both had their awful moments. I started off liking the second one better, despite the nearly universal agreement in the audience that Johnny Depp's dippy kindergarten teacher approach was just wrong, wrong, wrong. The newer movie stuck to the book more closely--until the end, with that lame bit about his evil orthodontist father.

Loved the music and the Oompa Loompas in the second one.
 
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