10 Worst Movies All Time

Tuesday, December 7 by Gibson Destro

Many movies get made every year, and sadly the majority of them aren't very good, but what are the 10 worst movies of all time? There are a lot to choose from, so any list of worst movies is going to be quite subjective. Either way, there aren't going to be many people who defend any of these movies as being good, hopefully.

  1. "Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot" (1992). When a movie is so bad that Sylvester Stallone readily admits that it is the worst movie he has ever made, that is quite the indictment of its quality. He was Judge Dredd, after all.
  2. "It's Pat" (1994). For those readers who are too young to remember the SNL skit of the same name, consider yourself lucky. Pat is a person of indeterminate gender, and that is the entire joke. Imagine how bad that would be for less than five minutes. Now imagine how much worse that would have to be for an hour and a half.
  3. "Inchon" (1982). Filed under the 'what were they thinking' folder, Inchon was so bad that Laurence Olivier actually won a Golden Raspberry for his performance as Douglas MacArthur.
  4. "The Postman" (1997). Kevin Costner apparently didn't learn his costly (get it) mistake in making poor post apocalyptic films with "Waterworld"; he wanted another taste of the terrible apple. In "The Postman," Costner ruins a great book by meandering across the wasteland as a symbol of humanity and on atrocious Shakespearean dialogue.
  5. "The Room" (2003).  Oh hai terrible movie. It is kind of hard to include a movie like "The Room" on the list, as it has become such a huge cult hit that one can make the argument that it isn't the worst around. Still, as funny as the movie is, it is an unintentional humor that comes from Tommy Wiseau not being able to direct, write, act or edit his way out of a wet paper bag full of decorative spoons.
  6. "The Beast of Yucca Flats" (1961). Coleman Francis wasn't exactly the best director, he wasn't even a good one. Mystery Science Theater lampooned the vast majority of his films, and this Tor Johnson star vehicle is no exception.
  7. "Hobgoblins" (1987). If you ever saw "Gremlins" and thought to yourself "hey, I like this movie but I really wish it was awful and had special effects on par with an art school kids first project instead of being good and interesting" than Rick Sloan's magnum opus is just for you.
  8. "From Justin to Kelly" (2003). The odds of yo knowing what Justin and Kelly this terrible musical refers to get slimmer and slimmer every month, so hopefully whoever thought that basing an entire movie around the fifteen minutes of post "American Idol" stardom is as unemployed as the rest of us now.
  9. "I Know Who Killed Me" (2007). Lindsay Lohan. What else does somebody need to say to explain how bad a movie is? At this point, Lohan has been box office poison for longer than she wasn't.
  10. "Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever" (2002). Notorious for being a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, which means not a single critic said this was a good movie, not even just to be ironic, is one of the worst critically released movies ever made. It starred Lucy Liu and Antonio Banderas and might be the reason you don't see them in many movies anymore.
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