The only movie I wanted to walk out of was the Jackass movie, and the only reason I didn't was that I went with a buddy of mine. I know I'll probably catch some flak over this, but it was just an excuse for the guys to flop their dicks around on the big screen.
Still Waiting 2 is also on my list. I believe I stopped watching it about thirty minutes in. It's a shame because I really liked the first one.
While Super Mario Bros. wasn't a terrible movie in itself, it was still a massive kick to the teeth. I was a big fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender and the live-action movie just made me cringe for every moment.
Their is a foreign movie called Visitor Q. The most disgusting, brutal thing on all levels I have ever seen on celluoid. Unwatchable. Shock to drop.com refused to write a review for this movie and if they refused...........
The new Nightmare On Elmstreet movie, a complete pile of @#$%& Made me want to literally tear out my eyes, a pathetic rip-off of the original movies. It didn't even have Robert Englund in it, you hear that Hollywood? NO ROBERT ENGLUND!!!!!!!!!!
Batman and Robin. Just... why Schumacher? What was the point in destroying Bane's character?
Also, I wasn't a big fan of the Avatar show when it came out, but since my little brother was an avid fan of it, I watched a few episodes, and gave it some of the respect it deserved. It helps that the first episode I watched had a moment that immobilized my entire family (who also didn't care for Avatar) and I with laughter. The episode where everyone goes to the play about Aang's adventures, the actor portraying Taff (probably misspelled it) was quite entertaining. Anyway, I digress, I haven't seen the movie, as I knew it would be a disappointment to fans and non-fans alike.
Dragon Ball: Evolution.
Birdemic (Phelous's review of it was enough for me)
Five Across the Eyes (Again, haven't seen it, Phelous reviewed it)
useless bit of info Uwe Boll is funded partly by the german arts council so he will always be able to make films some how. He frequently claims he is never given enough direction by the games companies into what to do with the film as he refuses to play the games to learn anything first. He once claimed he was glad he wasn't a terrible film maker Like Michael Bay and claimed his own films had a subtle artistry that the mainstream producers would never understand. this was put to Michael bay who said back "thats the greatest compliment I could ever be paid to be told Uwe Boll hates my work as it proves I'm doing something right there". Final bits of useless info During the film postal the boxing match is actually Uwe Boll himself in a real match facing his harshest critics in the ring, that's right he invited his worst critics to face him in a boxing match, beat them down and then put the resulting footage into one of his films. He was also after a co director to take over on one of his films while he directed another, the offer was $27 and expenses for the whole film.
Pod People. It was done by the Spanish equivalent of Ed Wood, and it had nothing to do with pods. Or people. It was truly awful. Don't watch it without a barf bag. They had a whole scene devoted to a shitty piece of product placement. The worst part was, not only was it dubbed horribly, but the person who gave the little son's English voice was clearly an adult woman's.
I was very disappointed in the Eragon movie, very disappointed. =( It totally sucked!
Oh and I bet none of you have ever heard this one but this is like Super Awful Movie.....EVER.... of all time! the Zombie Diaries. It was just plain awful and a waste of time to watch. I felt robbed of my life just by watching it. It says it's the greatest movie on the back but those reviews are extremely wrong. So go ahead check it out for yourself but I'm warning you, it will waste your time.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - The story is a kids dad dies in 9/11. Ok. Before the dad died he and the son used to solve puzzles kinda like CSI. Fine. Some thing about the kid, he is the wierdest person I have ever seen. He has a tambourine that "calms" him, and he acts like he has aspergers. After the dad dies the kid finds a key with the name "Black" on it. Thinking it was a puzzle left from his dad he looks for everyone named Black that he can find. By the way most of the people named Black are black. So he goes on an adventure and has a couple freakouts that I won't go into. And near the end the kid finds out that it wasn't a puzzle and that his dad didn't know about the key. I left the theater at this point. It was the most retarded thing I have seen ever, of all time. And even though I got in for free, I wanted my money back.
One of my least favorite movies in Hot Tub Time Machine. I snickered (not even laughed, snickered) one time in a 90 minute period. I did not laugh at 99.1% of that movie (provided my math is correct and there's a distinct chance it isn't).