Monday, September 19, 2011

Top 10 Worst Movies Ever!

Hello everybody, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Today is Alex J. Cavanaugh's Worst Movies Ever Blogfest which you can enter here! So once you're done with this, go over to his site and check out what other people have to say!

So, what are my top ten worst movies ever?

1. Sweeney Todd

I apologize to the people who loved this movie, but it was just too gross to me. I actually kinda liked the story line to it, but did there really have to be so much blood and grossness? I mean, come on!


2. Kick Ass

Once again, too bloody! Did it have to be so gross?

3. Igor

I really didn't like the story line. The only reason I kept watching it was because I couldn't tear myself away from the awfulness of the story. I couldn't tell who the audience was supposed to be! It sounded like it would be for younger kids at first but there were so many references to things that younger children wouldn't understand so that made it really confusing. And then, even though the point of the story was that being 'good' was a really good thing, the way they conveyed it at the beginning just made it sound like it was a good thing to be 'bad'!

4. Alpha and Omega

Okay this movie was just plain bad. I didn't even feel bad for the main characters when they were in trouble. It wasn't well thought out and not deep at all!

5. Across the Universe

This one was just confusing! I'm not even sure how to start describing this! Maybe I'm just a little too young to understand it but I really didn't get the point.

6. House Of Flying Daggers

I seriously thought this one was going to be good. Unfortunately, what I thought would be a movie mostly about revolution against leaders with a subplot of a romantic love story, turned out to be a love story and not much else.

7. The Lovely Bones

Once again, I think my high expectations for this movie ended up making me not like it. The girl spends her whole time between heaven and earth and doesn't even try to get revenge on the man that killed her. And yeah the bad guy ends up dying but it wasn't a very satisfying ending.

8. Alice in Wonderland

I'm talking about the newer version here. But I just didn't feel much emotion in this story. I did watch the whole thing and I thought it was kind of interesting, but I would never watch it again.

9. The Heartbreak Kid

I know this isn't a kids movie, but I still think I can give my opinion about this one. It was gross. It was inappropriate and I found myself rolling my eyes at the main character every few minutes. It made me frustrated because the MC wouldn't learn from his mistakes! I'm getting annoyed just thinking about it!

10. The Time Travelers Wife

I decided to put this one last (as my least worst movie ever) because the idea was intriguing. I'll give it that. But the movie itself was average.

There! Those are my top ten Worst Movies Ever! What are yours?

To the people who liked any of these movies, please forgive me! This is all my opinion and don't take things personally!


Chantele Sedgwick said...

The only one I've seen is Alice in Wonderland. It was okay. Not my fave. The other ones I haven't seen and probably never will! Fun blogfest! :D

Talli Roland said...

Good choice on 'The Lovely Bones'. SO disappointing!

Happy Monday, Jess!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I have never figured out the appeal of Alice in Wonderland. Can't believe that movie made over a billion dollars. I did like Flying Daggers though, mostly for the incredible visuals.
Thanks for participating in the blogfest!

Lydia Kang said...

I just saw "Across the Universe" on sale at Target. I did not buy it. Yay me!

Gretchen said...

Yeah I agree with those movies. Though I do enjoy Sweeny Todd--it's the theater kid in me, plus the science nerd who says, you can't get that kind of reaction from blood by cutting at that point in the neck....but that's just me. It's all about the anatomical inaccuracies.

Budd said...

wow, of the movies I saw, I liked them all except that Across the Universe was way to strange and Sweeney Todd is horrible but not because of the blood.

Anonymous said...

Regretfully, I've seen most of these films. Yeah, their all Cinematic Stinkers of the worst kind. What was Johnny Depp thinking? I thought he would have learned his lesson with Cry Baby.

iZombie [2vs8] said...

you have a great list, i liked almost all of them even the time traveler's wife... i felt so bad for their lives. i weep'd a little...
i love bad/worst movies, these lists are tough!

Wendy Tyler Ryan said...

The only one I am on the other side of the fince with is, House of Flying Daggers. I like it. I agree with the rest though.

Isis Rushdan said...

I loved House of Flying Daggers, but I didn't think it was going to be about revolutionaries. Totally understand your disappoint if you expect one thing and receive another.

Have you read The Time Traveler's Wife? The book was excellent. The movie was a pale, pathetic adaptation.

The Golden Eagle said...

I love Alice in Wonderland! Especially compared to the animated version. :P

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Hi I haven't seen any of these films but you wrote a good post.

Thanks for the visit and comment, much appreciated.


Jennifer Hillier said...

I forgot about Sweeney Todd! Good call.

I liked Across the Universe, I kind of thought it was like one long music video. But it definitely wasn't for everyone!

Great list.

M Pax said...

The only one i saw was Alice in Wonderland, which should have been better. Now I know to avoid these others. Thanks for the heads up. :)

baygirl32 said...

Alice should never haven been in 3D, Lovely Bones did not do justice to the novel

Lynda R Young said...

As a retired animator, Alpha and Omega was terrible for the art as well. I couldn't finish watching it.

julie fedderson said...

Great list! Sweeney Todd was so gory, and I usually don't mind horror. Bummed about the Alpha/Omega--haven't seen it but thought it looked good for the kids! Thanks for the warning!

Jennie Bailey said...

I love three of these - Alice in Wonderland, the Heartbreak Kid and Kick Ass. I couldn't make it through Lovely Bones. I have a hard time with most movie adaptations.

Tara Tyler said...

igor was terrible!
and ben stiller can go too far...and often does.
i wanted to see kick ass, thanks for the gore heads up!

Laila Knight said...

Hi Jess, I'm still making my way around. I agree with you on so many of these movies. The Space Travelers Wife just left me with a sad feeling after he vanised. :)

Shiraz Akhtar said...

Hey, Jess... this list is confusing to me, for the very fact that you have mentioned some movies that I really liked. The Time Traveler's Wife was ok. I liked The Heartbreak Kid, thought it was hilarious, inappropriate yes, but funny. I mean Ben Stiller was good. I also liked Alice in Wonderland, The Lovely Bones (Peter Jackson's vision), Across The Universe (because of the amazing Beatles' music) & Sweeney Todd (because of Johnny Depp & the gruesomeness). I always wanted to see The House of Flying Daggers, but never got an opportunity. I agree on Kickass though.

Pk Hrezo said...

I love The Lovely Bones. I thought it rocked and I haven't read the book yet, but I love anything Peter Jackson does. He's brilliant.
Never had a desire to see Sweeney Todd. Across the Universe was okay... you gotta like Beatles music and think psychehelic. I did like Time Traveler's Wife but I'm sure the book is way better...

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