There are some great movies that end up winning Oscars. Then you have movies that make you wonder how did they get the funding for this. Here are the top 10 Worst Movies of all time.
I seen this movie with my cousin and aunt and boy this movie belonged in the back of the smelly sanitation garbage truck. Some scenes reminded me of PC game Phantasmagoria. Overall this is one dumpster juice that I will never waste my time watching again.
9. I know who killed me
Now speaking of dumpster juice. This movie is a dumpster smoothie. I never wanted to see this crap but my cousin was in love with Lindsay Lohan at the time so we decided to go. Well he decided and paid my ticket. The movie has no plot. Her character Aubrey who is a high school student ends up missing. Her body is found two weeks later but her identity is Dakota Moss a character Aubrey created in her writing. Dakota denies ever being Aubrey knowing that they look identical. Now, Dakota must try to unravel the mystery of how her and Aubrey co-exist and find out who abducted Aubrey that night. This would have been great if it made sense. It’s on Amazon Prime for rent but honestly its not worth the 3.99. See if Tubi TV has it.
8. The Last Airbender
I saw this film when it came out. I was on a date. The date got better after seeing this film. I was so for this film. I never saw the cartoon at that time. However, I could relate to the fans of how this movie was a disaster. This could have been pulled off way better. This isn’t even a guilty pleasure for me. If you haven’t seen it. It’s on Netflix. That’s only if you already saw Cobra Kai and Bridgerton.
When this movie was announced. I was all for it. I wanted that Eartha Kitt vibes! Over editing, Terrible CGI, this won a handful of Razzie Awards. Including Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Actress for lead Halle Berry. This scored a 9% on Rotten Tomatoes.
6. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
Mortal Kombat was a part of my childhood. From the video games to the horrendous second film, this failed on an epic scale. Poor Charactes, bad effects, and tedious fighting scenes. Perhaps this is due to its then-inexperienced director. The movie was filmmaker John R. Leonetti’s directorial debut. Martial arts film performer Robin Shou and action movie actor Talisa Soto star in the movie that only managed a Freshness score of 2% among Rotten Tomatoes critics.
This was the beginning of the downfall of Bennifer. I actually never cared but you know how the media is. Despite their offscreen romance, the two were criticized for lacking chemistry in the movie, which has a 6% Freshness score among Rotten Tomatoes critics and an IMDb user rating of 2.5 out of 10. Tim Robey of The Daily Telegraph said “Gigli” is “every bit as atrocious as you may have heard. Nay, worse.” I couldn’t agree more.
4. Battlefield Earth
What in the flying sorcerer is this? Based on part of a novel by L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology. The movie stars John Travolta, who is a prominent member of the church. This Box office bomb only made 21.5 million domestically on a 73 million budget. On Rotten Tomatoes, only 3% of critics and 12% of viewers liked the movie.
3. Birdemic: Shock and Terror
The first time I ever heard of this film is when I was interning in Troma. They gave me an interview to edit with the director of this film. Just watching the clips I have seen, I knew was going to be a great film. However I believe it was intended to be a terrible film. It was giving the the B Movie vibes. Filmmaker James Nguyen’s movie about mutated birds who begin attacking humans as the result of global warming is one of the lowest-rated feature films on IMDb with a rating of 1.8 out of 10. I believe the director was paying tribute to Alfred Hitchcock’s Birds.
Pop diva Mariah Carey blamed the financial failure of “Glitter” — a story about a singer trying to overcome a tumultuous childhood — on the timing of its release close to the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Critics didn’t buy that excuse, with the Critics Consensus on Rotten Tomatoes calling the film a “hodgepodge of movie clichés and bad acting.” Carey “won” the Razzie Award for Worst Actress, and the movie was nominated as one of the worst musicals of the past 25 years in 2005. Only 6% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes liked the movie. Audiences were kinder, with 48% approving it.
1. The Room
Written, Directed, and Actor Tommy Wiseau made the biggest flop that became an instant cult classic. The Room uses the same exact footage from one love scene over and over instead of shooting additional scenes. It wasn’t a budget issue; Wiseau simply thought people wouldn’t notice. The film was so terrible it only grossed 1,800. The budget was 6 million.