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Film The worst films you've ever seen? Page 2

Started by Enpatsu Shakugan May 26th, 2018 3:18 PM
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Spoiler:


Dragonball Evolution


Definitely one of the most painful viewing experiences I've ever had. It was bad, but not in a so-bad-it's-funny way. Just a bad way. About the only interesting thing I could say about it is that it'll give you a chance to guess in each scene what they'll do wrong. It's a kind of paint-by-numbers movie where they didn't have the right numbers and everything about it shows they made mistakes at every turning point. But exactly how they decide to mess up might keep you guessing and interested for a few moments.

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Hey guys did you know they actually made a third Shrek movie?

I only listen to high-quality video game rips.

Kai

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Hey guys did you know they actually made a third Shrek movie?
The third was plain as a standalone film. It was basically an extension of Shrek 2 with another conflict regarding the future of the throne and a promoted secondary antagonist who wasn't as charming the second time around. Shrek 4 was a rushed mess. The alternate world was filled with contradictions and raised questions that were never answered. There were good elements, such as the eccentric Rumpelstiltskin who was at the forefront of the movie's marketing campaign, so it wasn't all bad. Hopefully Shrek 5 will at least be as good as Shrek 2 which is arguably the best one to date.

Kai

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There was a Shrek 4?

Really? Or are you joking?
Yep, along with elaborate ads, a faux website, a telephone number, a Twitter page, etcetera.

http://www.rumpeldeals.com/



The fourth movie is called "Shrek Forever After" and a fifth movie should be out in 2019 or 2020.

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I'm not surprised someone mentioned The Last Airbender (awful.)
What I am surprised about is that nobody has mentioned Dragonball Evolution!
What's it with anime films and sucking! I mean in that "live action" kind of way. Films like Spirited Away are great.

I'd say the Garfield movie was pretty bad too, mostly because I was forced to watch it a few weeks ago and it's now stuck in my head.
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Happily Never After was a decent movie. It made me chuckle from time to time and I wouldn't even mind when it was replayed every couple months.
I mean it was definitely a bad film. It was just so bad that it made me actually laugh at times.

Happily Never After 2 is a completely different story..... It was a bad movie. Thats all I can really say about it. There were no redeemable features.

The animating sucked.

The script sucked.

The voice actors sucked.

The pacing sucked.

The 'humour' sucked.

everything sucked.
See You Space Cowboy...

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The Visit
Not only does it paint mentally ill people in a horrible light, it follows the assumption that all elderly people have dementia and can't do anything on their own.
Plus it's just boring.
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Andrew Garfield TASM movies. A mockery of Spider-Man and adds insult to injury after Spider-Man 4 was cancelled. Sony is a greedy company. I will never forget the fact that they tampered with Spider-Man 3 and got in Raimi's way, causing him to give up on Spider-Man 4. Though I heard MJ was going to die so maybe 4 wasn't going to be a big hit anyways but we'll never know.

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As previously mentioned, the Avatar film based on the incredible Nickelodeon television series comes to my mind almost always.

It was so bad... improper pronunciation of character names, weird pacing, bad acting... etc. Such a shame.

Enpatsu Shakugan

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As previously mentioned, the Avatar film based on the incredible Nickelodeon television series comes to my mind almost always.

It was so bad... improper pronunciation of character names, weird pacing, bad acting... etc. Such a shame.
Honestly, I guess I don't get why adaptations really have to exist. The medium of Avatar was perfectly suited for television and that's what we got. A perfectly executed series.

So... why does it need a live action movie? It's only going to be inferior, even if it didn't suck as bad as it did.

Why does a great book or manga NEED either a television series or movie adaptation at all? Is it any less good on the page?
Why does a video game series need to be a movie?

I've been thinking about this for awhile and some things that are good are good simply because they existed already in the form best suited for them. And I don't get the desperate wants of fans to CRAAAVE to need it in a different version where it'll never be as good.

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Honestly, I guess I don't get why adaptations really have to exist. The medium of Avatar was perfectly suited for television and that's what we got. A perfectly executed series.

So... why does it need a live action movie? It's only going to be inferior, even if it didn't suck as bad as it did.

Why does a great book or manga NEED either a television series or movie adaptation at all? Is it any less good on the page?
Why does a video game series need to be a movie?

I've been thinking about this for awhile and some things that are good are good simply because they existed already in the form best suited for them. And I don't get the desperate wants of fans to CRAAAVE to need it in a different version where it'll never be as good.
Considering your current avatar and signature and how grossly inferior the MCU is to the comic books that spawned them, I find this kinda ironic...not that I disagree, but just saying.

Enpatsu Shakugan

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Considering your current avatar and signature and how grossly inferior the MCU is to the comic books that spawned them, I find this kinda ironic...not that I disagree, but just saying.
Because I have a Star Lord set doesn't mean I'm into Marvel. I don't care about the MCU at all, or really comic books in general. I just like the Guardians films because they're fun standalone movies.

And I also know even the MCU takes extreme liberties with its source material; Guardians being the biggest example, but they're all trying to be a new thing, for the most part. They take some story beats from comics, but they're a new thing with a new goal for these movies, with the same general idea and characters.

Something like Avatar TLA vs the The Last Airbender film isn't trying to be anything but a straighton adaptation to me, with just an inferior genre to attempt it in. The characters, settings, story beats, etc, they are all just poorer carbon copies of the original. In my mentality, why do it at all? It's only going to be a letdown, and pretty much doomed to fail.

Thing is, I don't think adaptations are even a bad thing at all. Sometimes a whole scene just works better in the different language of a new medium, or a stale old idea gets revamped and works way better.
And even something like Avatar could have worked as a movie, someway. Definitely not in M. Night's hands, but who knows how it could've been for anyone else.

My point was really, I don't get the urgent want of people craving an adaptation of something that's already there to enjoy.
I get in this day and age we're weened to expect more of everything we love, with sequels and all that, but for me, I'm more than happy simply enjoying something that exists one way. It'll always be there to revisit to remind me why I love it.

If I love a video game, it can stay just that. I don't need to see it as a movie. I don't crave to see it as one.
If someone made it and it turned out to be good, I'd check it out and maybe like that one too; be pleasantly surprised, but I never begged for it.
That's more what I was getting at.

And with Guardians, I told you, I never read the source material, haha. I just found two movies I liked, and actually liked more because they weren't so heavily entwined with the rest of the comic cinematic universe I really don't care about.

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I dunno if I can really say they're the WORST films i've ever seen, because they all at least looked good but

Star Wars 1, 2 and 8 were absolutely awful compared to 3-7 and Rogue One. Last Jedi annoyed me most because we had a perfect set up in TFA and it was wasted. Although the scene on the salt planet with the speeders and the acting of Ridley and Boyega were enough to ensure it wasnt as bad as 2 was in my eyes.

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I'm going to offend quite a lot of people.

Inside Out. And here's why.

I like the concept, but there's so many issues I have with this movie that I could probably make a thread ranting about those. The characters are more shallow then most of DeviantArt's, The story from Riley's POV is semi-typical for every teen making it seem like this disaster is kinda normal, it gave me nightmares, and it feels like an insult to people who are actually interested in how the mind works. I have autism, and learning about it is an interest of mine. This movie offended me in that regard.
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