10 Worst Movie Scenes
With so many of them out there, how can you pick the 10 worst movie scenes ever? For a movie scene considered to be one of the worst, it has to have bad acting, not fit into the overall scope of the movie, terrible camera angles, or a combination of all of these. Yeah, there are lots of movie scenes that suck just like that. So, many people may not agree with this list of "the ten worst movie scenes ever", but you will all agree that these particular movie scenes do suck.
"Scarface" (1983). Yeah, yeah, this movie is revered by many. And for good reason. It rocks. But, check out the scene when Tony Montana guns down the fleeing Columbian drug dealer in the middle of the street. Talk about overacting. He reaches for the sky like one of those folks stricken with the holy ghost in church. boo.
"Showgirls" (1995). You know a movie is bad when booty and breasts can't save it. The worst of the worst movie scenes in this flick is the sex scene in the pool. Elizabeth Berkeley looks like a fish gasping for air as she attempts to work the guy out in the pool. Poor Jessie Spano. What would Zack and A.C Slater think of you now?
"Commando" (1985). Can somebody explain how a team of Columbian gorillas couldn't gun down the Governator? What's worse, he pulled the trigger three times and fifteen gorillas hit the ground. Talk about a magic bullet. Even worse, Arnold Swarzenegger's rolling around with the ever sexy Rae Dawn Chong and get's no action.
"The Chronicles of Riddick" (2004). Not only did this movie have some of the worst movie scenes ever, the story line was incredibly hard to follow. Pick a scene, any scene. They all suck.
"Clash of the Titans" (2010). It should have been named "Ass of the Titans". How, in the world can the Kraken destroy a city for over a half hour (movie time) only to be slain in five minutes? Come on Perseus! At least make in interesting.
"Ghost Rider" (2007). If sucking was worth a dollar, then this crappy rendition of one of the coolest comic books ever is worth billions. The worst scene in this movie is when the demons first emerge to wreak havoc. Who thought that it would be a good idea to make demons, DEMONS, look like a bunch of pretty boys?
"Diary of a Mad Black Woman" (2005). Tyler Perry's theatrical creations are suspect anyway, but this one took the cake. How many times does the audience have to watch Charles (Steve Harris) slap his woman around too realize that he's a major league jerk? Really, Tyler Perry, she's got to get swept across the floor by her hair?
"Boyz N the Hood" (1991). Cuba Gooding Jr. is a great actor. No question about it. But what's up with that tearful tirade after the cops harassed him? It was more comedic than a tear jerker. They should've called "cut" on that one.
"Training Day" (2001). Jake Hoyt, played by Ethan Hawke was a great character. Yes he was green by detective standards, but no cop would be stupid enough to walk up to a known drug dealer and ask for "crack". Again, great movie, but dumb scene.
"Purple Rain" (1984). Overacting everywhere. Check out when Prince runs home to confront his abusive father. He bursts into the dining room and does a 720 degree spin while looking for his dad. Hilarious! Oh, and in case you didn't know, it wasn't suppose to be a comedic scene.