Worst film you've seen.

Badonde

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Chubby Brown brought a film out.
Think it must have been a limited-release kind of thing.
Something to do with outer space.
Watched it at a local cinema......truly terrible.
(not a LIVE stand-up show, Royston actually tried his hand at acting)

Grown Ups 2
The Hangover Part 3
 

Angus

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Gothika. Despite having a scene with Halle Berry in the showers with Penelope Cruz, it was so bad I gave up long before the end.

Not the worst in the world but just bad.
 

Randy

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I can only assume none of you have seen Left Behind starring Nicholas Cage.

It’s in a class all of its own that film. The Flatley film sounds similar. So excruciatingly bad it is mesmerising. It was on Netflix, so try and watch it.
Another shout for Left Behind. Reading the blurb it sounded great. It turned out to be absolute dog eggs.
 

Teesside87

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Silence, by Scorsese of all people. Bored the pants off me.
Mother, whoever made that film is not right in the head.
Attack force, a lesser known Seagal film which has his voice poorly dubbed over throughout the film because they changed the plot after it was shot. One of the worst pieces of crap I have ever witnessed
 
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rkangel

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Silence, by Scorsese of all people. Bored the pants off me.
Mother, whoever made that film is not right in the head.
Attack force, a lesser known Seagal film which has his voice poorly dubbed over throughout the film because they changed to plot after it was shot. One of the worst pieces of crap I have ever witnessed
Odd you should mention Scorcese. One of the few films I've left part way through is his "Hugo". It's adapted from a good book. It has a cast of actors I rate very highly, but I've found it unwatchable both times I've tried it. I don't think I'm sufficiently masochistic to go for a third attempt.
 

goalscrounger

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Nativity.

Dreadful.

Not helped by the fact that we used to take the kids to the cinema on the last Friday evening of term each year before Christmas and it was usually a lovely, magical event with a great film and this definitely wasn't that (and by the fact that the cinema heating had broken down and it was F***ing freezing).
 

Nosmo-King

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84 Charing Cross Road.

My good lady worked for a publisher serving the film industry. She was working there in Leicester Square selling programmes that night. Never attended a film premiere I went - God it was a terrible film!
 

Jedi boro

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Nativity.

Dreadful.

Not helped by the fact that we used to take the kids to the cinema on the last Friday evening of term each year before Christmas and it was usually a lovely, magical event with a great film and this definitely wasn't that (and by the fact that the cinema heating had broken down and it was F***ing freezing).
What about

Nativity 2

And

nativity 3
 
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