There are some movies that we started watching with admiration, and yet we either fell asleep during the movie or just realized we were wasting our precious time. What are these 10 movies that are so bad that we just couldn’t even finish them?
BALLISTIC: ECKS VS. SEVER (2002)
This is true, according to reviews and reviews, one of the worst films ever made. The plot of the film features rival agents joining forces to defeat a common adversary.
ONE MISSED CALL (2008)
In second place is our 2008 film called One Missed Call. A terrifying phone call foretells people their death. However, this topic has already been seen and this is one of the worst movies. Honesty.
A THOUSAND WORDS (2012)
Jack McCall (Eddie Murphy) is a selfish literary agent whose fast-talking ways allow him to close any deal. One tree and he are connected, and in the end, it turns out that as he says, the leaves fall from the tree.
This is a biographical drama about John Gotti (Travolta), the Italian-American leader of the Gambino crime family from the second half of the last century. This film carries the title of very uninteresting and bad.
BATMAN AND ROBIN (1997)
From the neon design to the overblown script to the infamous Batnipples, it’s becoming a byword for bad movie-making. George Clooney is Batman and he is facing the biggest challenge so far. Certainly, the criticism directed at this film is countless.
THE LOVE GURU (2008)
Pitka was left in India, where he was taken care of by gurus. This is a comedy that is very bad and not drinkable at all. When shagging elephants are your comedy centerpiece, something is seriously off.
Matteo Garrone, an Italian director, decided to make the film “Pinocchio” based on the eponymous and one of the most famous fairy tales in the world. The comments made to this film are that it is a really bad version and a failed attempt to present the popular Disney movie.
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S GOLD DIGGERS (2004)
American independent filmmaker Gary Preisler makes his film debut as a writer/director with the black comedy National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers. This is a black comedy about two losers in their twenties, who are out to get the good life without working for it.
SUPERBABIES: BABY GENIUSES (2004)
A startling lack of taste pervades Superbabies, a sequel offering further proof that bad jokes are still not funny when coming from the mouths of babies. Critics say the film is “disturbing” and “excruciating.”
RAISE THE TITANIC (1980)
The story of the Cold War games played by Americans and Russians. If we are wondering who is responsible for the poor review of this film, it is Director Jerry Jameson, screenwriter Adam Kennedy. Many said that the film was very limp and tethered.