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Wow, I’m pleased that I’ve only seen one of those, and my watching of Epic Movie can be blamed on a combination of it being on HBO and me wacked out on cold medicine.

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Given how often I love movies that nobody else does, I’m surprised I have no complaints with that list.

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Pretty good list, actually. I came in here filled with hate and vitriol, and now have nothing to spend it on.

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I don’t think I’ve seen… any movie on that list.

And I have no problem with that, either.

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Did you really sit through the entirety of In the Name of the King? After seeing Jason Statham elbow drop an orc and whatever the hell Ray Liotta was wearing I was pretty much done with that. Nothing could top those moments.

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I’m shocked that I haven’t seen a single one of those. And that’s with having worked at Blockbuster Video a couple years. Wow. I’m almost feeling deprived…

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wait, people didn’t like whiteout? this surprises me.

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highlyverbal said on September 28th, 2009 at 11:48 pm

95 Lost Souls (2000)
29 Bless the Child (2000)
27 Battlefield Earth (2000)
23 The In Crowd (2000)
8 3 Strikes (2000)

These would all deserve italics in my book, because I can’t consider 2000 as part of this decade.

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I haven’t seen any of them. Woo!

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I almost got to say I didn’t see any of them, and then I got to One Missed Call.

THAT. THING.

That’s what made me take the blood oath to never see a remake of anything again. Ever. And I have adhered to that.

WATCH CHAKUSHIN ARI IT IS AWESOME

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Haven’t seen a single one. But then, we’ve had the internet this whole decade, so reviews have been that much easier to get…

On the other hand, I have seen Ultraviolet and Tamala 2010.

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92 Babylon A.D.
81 Extreme Ops
74 Envy
31 The Covenant
28 Rollerball
19 Half Past Dead

Babylon was definetly flawed, but I think there are worse movies that could have taken that spot.

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Wait, “The New Guy”? With DJ Qualls and Eddie Griffin? And a large cast of babes?

I loved that movie when I was in high school.

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Whiteout? Really? It wasn’t a patch on the book, sure, but I’m sure with a little effort I could name 100 worse movies I’ve personally seen, let alone all-time worsts.

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No, I’m serious, can someone tell me why people didn’t like Whiteout?

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Generic Lad said on September 29th, 2009 at 1:37 am

Excellent! Never seen any of them.
My wife got suckered into seeing Christmas With The Kranks on a work outing, unfortunately…

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These would all deserve italics in my book, because I can’t consider 2000 as part of this decade.

If you’re going to be that technical, you might as well toss out the whole list, because there could be 100 shitburgers in 2010 that blow all of these movies out of the water.

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I liked The Whole Ten Yards

“You locked my son in the trunk?”
“No, sir. He locked himself in there.”
“*sigh* This I believe.”

Nich, this wasn’t all time. Just the last ten years.

highlyverbal, 1980 is part of the 80′s. 1990 is part of the 90′s. 2000 is part of the last ten years.

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I’ve only seen Battlefield Earth from that list, and kind of enjoyed it. I also recently saw The Time Traveler’s Wife, and a movie that bad despite having Rachel McAdams should, I believe, deserve honorable mention at least.

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I’ve only seen two of them. yay me.

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highlyverbal said on September 29th, 2009 at 2:14 am

Zenrage says: “highlyverbal, 1980 is part of the 80’s. 1990 is part of the 90’s. 2000 is part of the last ten years.”

What was the year zero a part of?

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I was honestly excited to see Whiteout, given that it’s a piece of work by one of my favourite authors.

And then the reviews started coming in. And on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s only gotten 6%, which is worse than some Uwe Boll movies.

I’ve yet to see it and honestly, I’m not sure if I will. =/

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Paul Wilson said on September 29th, 2009 at 2:57 am

I haven’t seen any. Do I get a prize? If so, can it be cake?

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Not only have I never seen any of these, I didn’t intend to see any of these. I feel special.

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Matt Ampersand said on September 29th, 2009 at 3:40 am

Why is Lady In The Water not on the list? That movie was horrible.

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completely agree with the new guy not deserving to be there.

And Corky Romano should be off the list as well!

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Chaddernaut said on September 29th, 2009 at 6:24 am

I have seen a few of them, Envy was fun. But most that i seen was yes garbage. Why do people let Vin diesel act?

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How did Gigli do so well?

I note the high volume of X movie (date, epic, etc.). I approve.

How is Ashton Kutcher not more highly represented?

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I’ve only seen a couple of these, but I think that “Superbabies: Baby geniuses 2″ should be named worst movie of the century on the strength of the name alone.

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…I liked “Master of Disguise.” I was in elementary school, sure, but I thought it was hilarious.

There’s nothing wrong with me. Really.

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Gigli wasn’t ALL bad. I mean, it was better than Ultraviolet or The Wicker Man, neither of which are even on the list. And Dungeon Siege had Ron Perlman, and it’s a natural law that nothing can completely suck with Ron Perlman in it.

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Only 2 out of 100 for me: Kaena and Ecks vs. Sever.

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Oh, I second Wicker Man (especially since most of this list seems to be remakes/reboots or sequels). I only saw the clip of THE BEES ARE EATING HIS FACE, but that and the reviews were enough.

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I’m confused. Is #100 the worst movie or #1 the worst movie?

–Rawr

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Wicker man has a great trailer on Youtube (“How’d it get burned?”)

I believe the lack of enthusiasm for Whiteout stems from the fact that there is no nudity (also that some people I talked to thought it would be a Lovecraft tale for some reason and was not).

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“Zenrage says: “highlyverbal, 1980 is part of the 80’s. 1990 is part of the 90’s. 2000 is part of the last ten years.”

What was the year zero a part of?”

The first decade ran from the year 1 to the year 9. But it felt like 10 years cause everyone was all worked up about Christmas.

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I was prepared to get angry about Redline, but then I remembered the good movie I watched was Redbelt.

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I’m sort of surprised Delgo isn’t on the list somewhere.

I haven’t seen any of these movies. Granted, I’ve seen maybe 10 movies during the current decade.

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I haven’t seen any of these.

The ones I have seen that are much worse probably don’t get reviewed.

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I am appalled by the absence of Bringing Down the House.

Lest we forget.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTUQc7s5Bmg

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I think when they put “The New Guy”, what they meant to put down was “Slackers“.

Now that was a godawful movie.

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I was prepared to get angry about Redline, but then I remembered the good movie I watched was Redbelt.

Yeah, Redline was terrible by the standards of movies about street racing. Any given Fast and the Furious movie is about a billion times better than the least-terrible moment in Redline.

Think about that.

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If imdb is going to have a memorable quotes page for every movie, they should drop the “memorable part”.

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I’ve seen precisely two of those, and I watch a lot of films.

One of the two is Battlefield Earth, which should be shown in schools along with an explanation that this is the Scientologist equivalent of The Passion of the Christ. The other… I only watched for Eliza Dushku.

Worryingly, that narrows it down to a field of at least two. Even my residual teenage lust can’t convince me the lady doesn’t have awful taste in scripts.

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Thankfully, the only movie on this list I’ve seen is Bless The Child.

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Generic Lad said on September 29th, 2009 at 5:06 pm

White Chicks! Soul Plane!
Where in the world are they?

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Where’s the Room!

C’mon….Tommy Wiseau lives for these lists. He needs the attention.

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Lister Sage said on September 29th, 2009 at 6:00 pm

From this list I’ve only seen BloodRayne. Why people continue to hire Uwe Boll to direct baffles me. At least I got to see Kristian Loken’s boobs.

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Modigliani is pretty decent imo. Darkness is bad but in a generic way. I mean, is better than any Saw movie (except maybe the first one), and…

Shit, I’m arguing about a list.

On the internet.

*BANG!*

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The closest I’ve been to seeing any of those is the Yu-Gi-Oh movie. I remember thinking about seeing it, because I liked the anime – still a bit nostalgic about it, really – and deciding not to.

I have seen the abridged version, which is seven kinds of awesome.

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Apparently I’m a glutton for punishment because I’ve subjected myself to 15 of those.

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Happily N’Ever After wasn’t bad. It wasn’t great, but by no means a stinker, either. It had some good moments in it.

Then again, a Top # of Anything List is designed solely to generate traffic, comments, and arguments, these days. Plus they’re easy to churn out on a deadline, which is I’m sure why so many websites do Top # of Anything Lists.

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I haven’t seen any of these!! Yay!!!!

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@ highlyverbal and Kid Kyoto

The year zero was spent in 2000 years worth of leap years. Get over yourselves.

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ps238principal said on September 30th, 2009 at 12:54 am

I would love to know the circumstances under which you saw the Uwe Boll films listed (Dungeon Siege and Bloodrayne). Did you lose a bet? Have a desire to test your mental mettle? Experience a momentary lapse in judgment?

I mean, it’s not like anyone decided to experience these movies with any illusion that they’d be enjoyable, unless you were marooned on a satellite with a few wisecracking robots.

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You know, actually, Boll’s Postal was really funny. On purpose. Witness the fact it didn’t make the list, unlike his other works and most other video-game conversions. Speaking of those, how did DOA: Dead or Alive not make it on the list?

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Never seen any of these films and most of them I’ve never even heard of to begin with.

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I feel heaps better about myself after reading this list, since I haven’t seen any of them it means I haven’t wasted the last decade as much as I could have.

highlyverbal, RE:

“These would all deserve italics in my book, because I can’t consider 2000 as part of this decade.”

1st, a decade doesn’t have to mean `the 90s’ or `the 80s’ or whatever as, while that’s it’s common usage, the word can be used to mean merely `10 consecutive years’ (i.e 06/14/1876 to 05/14/1886 is a decade) and the list clearly just says `the decade’.

But even if we’re applying the common usage the convention has been to bound a decade by name i.e. 1990-1991 so I can onyl assume your objection is based around the old `there was no year zero’ misconception. Since our whole calenda was made up years after `the fact’ anyway, speaking in a strick mathmatical sense any given two number lines can overlap so there is no porblem in considering 1 BC to ALSO be 0 AD and 1 AD to also be BC. This effectively removes the issue and is more inline with the general idea of what a whole number is (the end of a transition from the previous whole number, not the begining) so rather than thinking of the year 2000 being the 2000th year one can consider the year 2000 to being the incomplete 2001st year in the AD sequence.

Hey, man they’ve sure made some bad movies this decade haven’t they?

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Hey MGK, can you edit my above post so my spelling doesn’t suck so much? Thanks.

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I’ve seen 12 of these, and I would only but 4 of them on a bottom 100 list. Or at the very least, lower on the list. Because, how does kickin it old skool make the list and malibu’s most wanted doesn’t. and again, WHITEOUT?

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I find it strange to note I’ve only seen one on this roll of shame : and it’s Ecks vs Sever. What was it with that film?

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I think that the scariest thing here is that someone presumably watched all these movies, and a lot of others that didn’t suck quite so much.

I’m not sure I’d trust the judgement of anyone that masochistic.

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Thomas Wilde said on September 30th, 2009 at 1:45 pm

Candlejack: DOA features some genuinely funny moments, typically involving Jaime Pressly interacting with Kevin Nash, and is otherwise an utterly harmless T&A martial-arts movie. It’s not bad by the standard this list adheres to.

As for the list itself, I only have two real issues with it. One is that Ultraviolet isn’t on there; the other is that, as usual, it’s the hundred worst mainstream American films of the decade. If you’re going to shamelessly generalize, hit the video store first.

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Huh. I’ve not even heard of most of those movies. I suppose that’s the upside of hardly watching television anymore.

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I read through the list, counted 0 I’d seen, and felt like high-fiving myself.

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