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What is your most HATED movie of all times? Or most boring?

Asked by 2late2be (2286points) June 1st, 2008 from iPhone

mine is 40 year old virgin, soo boring!

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babygalll's avatar

Edward Scissorhands.

wizard's avatar

Omg Series Of Unfortunate Events. It’s the most boring childs movie in the history of existence.

St.George's avatar

Platoon – There are plenty of good, important movies about the war in Vietnam, but not this one. I don’t think there are words to describe how much I hate this movie.

finkelitis's avatar

Meet Joe Black was not just bad but also long. It’s the movie that taught me to turn off movies. Patch Adams would be a close second.

Dog's avatar

The English Patient and Chariots of Fire

AstroChuck's avatar

I don’t know that this is my most hated but the film that comes to mind is Independence Day. I thought that the dialogue was so awful and the cast stunk. All that syrupy patriotism and bad science. Most of the people I talk to really liked it though. I thought it stunk, even though I love scifi.

judochop's avatar

3 Ninjas. Oh my God! If you’ve seen it you know.

wildflower's avatar

On Deadly Ground – What was Michael Caine thinking!?!

lovelyy's avatar

napoleon dynamite.

El_Cadejo's avatar

napoleon dynamite as well. wtf do people see in this movie?

AstroChuck's avatar

God, I loved ND!
Uncle Rico had me LOL!

wizard's avatar

I thought it was funny because of how some people came out of their shell towards the end, hooray! I love how they made you wait for it like that.

ebenezer's avatar

the chronicles of narnia was bordering on intolerable.

cschack's avatar

The Phantom Menace and The Matrix Reloaded. Never quite seen an audience leave a theater as deflated as we did after Phantom Menace. Then I saw the Matrix Reloaded and it happened all over again.

simone54's avatar

Muholand Dr., Spider-Man 3, the Sex and the City movie (even though I didn’t see it)

JonnyCeltics's avatar

@Judochop – 3 Ninjas? Are you kidding? That was a CLASSIC in the 90s for kids…!

JonnyCeltics's avatar

@AstroChuck – I’m sorry, man, but Independence Day was awesome. Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum – are you kidding me? Pure Gold. For a big-time blockbuster, it came through…

Alina1235's avatar

all of Indiana jones, back to the futures, and kill bills, oh and pulp fiction, and natural born killers.
I can almost appreciate clock work orange more than all those put together

seVen's avatar

the one with Jennifer Lopez called ‘Gilli’ or ‘Jilli’ , don’t know the exact spelling.

mcbealer's avatar

Phantom of the Opera and Dreamgirls

AstroChuck's avatar

seVen- Gigli

pattyb's avatar

@alina, what are your favorites, just curious, I find your picks interesting being a few of those would be on my top 10.

Bri_L's avatar

Jabberwaki – I paid a quarter to see it in college and felt like I got ripped off.

@ Simone 54 – I love it you pre-loathe movies. Hehe. I have those to. hehe.

simone54's avatar

Now it’s not really pre-loathing because I’ll never see it ever. That show isn’t allowed on in a two block radius of my house.

Bri_L's avatar

Hahaha you kill me. that’s great! I am trying to think of some of those for me. I know I have them.

GD_Kimble's avatar

Moulin Rouge
Candy colored overstuffed nonsense. Baz Lurhman is a hack and should be fired out of a canon into the sea.

pattyb's avatar

I always liked Tim Burton, but I kind of lost all respect when he butchered 2 incredible films: Planet of the Apes and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I also shake my head when a director claims “well I tried to make it more like the book” they usually say that when the film stinks.

St.George's avatar

@GD Kimble I agree re: Moulin Rouge but I thought Romeo and Juliet was excellent.

simone54's avatar

Willy Wanka and the Chocolate Factory!!! I HATE that movie.

Alina1235's avatar

ha ha!
well actually, I go in spurs. For a time period I would only go for chick flicks….. Then horror movies, but ones with real suspense in them like saw….... But then I can’t sleep LOL
then I’ll go for kid movies, like Santa clauses during Christmas season…..
Then I would be into cartoons, like nemo or the incredibles or the bee movie…....
I like movies with really great graphics and special effects, but realistic. I actually enjoyd cloverfield, even though it made me so mad at the end LOL
then I really am obsessed with show lost…....
sorry I’m on my iPhone and there are no punctuations….

skfinkel's avatar

Baby the Rain Must Fall.

skfinkel's avatar

Previous: A Steve McQueen beauty.

judochop's avatar

Harold & Kumar. Ugh

AstroChuck's avatar

Which one? I liked White Castle but heard Guantanamo sucked.

shrubbery's avatar

April Fools Day
Ice Queen
@Bri L, I wouldn’t say I hated it but I found Jabberwocki extremely boring. I think I had too high standards because I expected it to be as awesome as the Monty Pythons.
@Pattby, I agree with you about Tim Burton and Planet of the Apes and Willy Wonka. The original planet of the apes are awesome and the old Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of my childhood favourites. I didn’t see the need to re-do them.

Bri_L's avatar

@ shrubbery – that could very well be. I am far to weary to test the waters again. When you say April Fools Day, do you mean the origional one with the the vally girl? Because I would watch her bite her lip through an infomercial on floor cleaners anyday. I loved that movie.hehe

shrubbery's avatar

Um, I think so, 1986? I just hate the concept of the ending, although I probably should have guessed it from the title. I would feel the same if they had woken up and it had “all been a dream”.

Bri_L's avatar

The one I remember it was like the people were killed off one by one and in the end it was a test run for a vacation getaway. No one really died.

shrubbery's avatar

Yeah. exactly. No one really died. To go through all that thrill and fear and blood for them to come out at the end and say “April Fools Day” is really annoying, I think :P

Bri_L's avatar

Hehe. True. But man, the way she bit her lip.

shrubbery's avatar

Haha I don’t remember

melly6708's avatar

@mcbealer WHAT!! i love phantom of the opera!!

OMGWTF!! :)

mcbealer's avatar

@ melly6708 ~ welcome to fluther… The land of the diverse jellyfish :0)

Brome's avatar

The most boring movie I’ve ever seen is a 1992 french film called La Sentinelle.
Napoleon Dynamite and Rocket Science were amazingly boring too.

AstroChuck's avatar

There’s a terrible old movie with Shirley Temple called The Bluebird which I hated.

Bri_L's avatar

I really wanted to like The Aquatic Life of Steve Zizzue but just couldn’t. Despite the cast that movie was a chore.

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