Ladies, the movies that are made with you in mind are categorically terrible. Hollywood’s just not that into you! Take back the movie night! Other slogans borderline-offensively repurposed to make a joke about “chick flicks”! Seriously, though, you should be offended. Movies for women are embarrassing. And it’s not just that I’m not the intended audience, or that I don’t get it. I actually like romantic comedies, AS JUST ONE SOMEWHAT CONDESCENDING EXAMPLE. Sure, I’m willing to believe that in some cases there is an exploration of emotional and/or experiential situations that I, as a man, cannot relate to. “Where are all the robots?” “None of their cars are on fire!” But usually that’s not even the issue. The shit is just lazy. The writing is trite. The acting is overly broad. The close ups are all of shoes. Literally. Doesn’t that bother you? I’m not saying that there aren’t plenty of movies that are supposed to appeal to “men” that aren’t equally lazy and stupid, but most movies are supposed to appeal to “men.” Sorry about that. Still, your ratios are all off. You’ve got to get your ratios together. And you can rail against the patriarchal system all you want, but more often then not these films are FWBW. The enemy within!

Hanging Up is your fault!

Hanging Up is about three sisters struggling with their dying father. Meg Ryan is a party planner, Lisa Kudrow is a daytime soap actress, and Diane Keaton runs a magazine in New York City. Meg Ryan does most of the heavy-lifting in terms of taking care of their father, Walter Matthau, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s. There are a couple of flashbacks? Meg Ryan hates her mother? It’s all kind of slapped together like a first timer’s project at the Sunday afternoon scrapbooking club. Meg Ryan has been put in charge of a party at the Nixon museum, because Nixon and Walter Matthau look a like and comments can be made (screenwriting down the bones!), and the museum wants her to invite her famous magazine baroness sister to be the keynote speaker. She is so resentful of her sister’s fame, because one time her sister stole her recipe for Thanksgiving stuffing and published it in the New York Times, which is how she became famous, because that’s a way that things work. You might be surprised to discover that much as their father’s death is tearing the sisters apart, eventually it also brings them together.

Who recommended this movie?


It’s OK! I won’t hurt you. I just want to give you a thank you card:

Hanging Up is based on a novel of the same name by Delia Ephron (Nora’s sister). One of the movie’s pivotal themes is “talking on the phone,” which is such a hacky University of Phoenix On-line’s graduate program in semiotics idea of what makes for an interesting theme. “Isn’t it crazy how we spend so much of our lives talking into these electronic contraptions?” No. We’ve been doing it for literally billions of years (more or less). And even if it was interesting in theory, you have made it very not interesting in your practice. The sisters are constantly bickering and bantering back and forth on the phone, which would be boring to overhear in real life, and it’s boring here. (I can only imagine how boring it is to read). I’m not even going to post a clip of it, because you’d fall asleep before you go to the rest of the write up.

Instead I am going to post this pivotal scene in the movie:

This scene actually illustrates most of the problems with the movie:

  • Terrible acting. I don’t know who that dude is, but Meg Ryan is in a ton of movies! She is very, very famous as a movie actress. And yet here she is, bumbling her way through this. “Your motivation is ‘frazzled’.”
  • Nonsensical plot points. Meg Ryan’s character owns her own company and lives in a giant house with her husband and son, but she is worried about her car insurance rate? So she develops an elaborate scheme to privately pay for major repairs to a Mercedes Benz?
  • Painfully trite flashbacks demonstrative of the emotional transparency of the entire movie. I’m not saying that when you are struggling with the imminent death of a parent that your fondest memories don’t play back like a Dove Soap commercial, but something tells me that when you are struggling with the imminent death of a parent, your fondest memories don’t play back like a Dove Soap commercial. Ugh.
  • Laziness. Wasn’t her car blocking the doctor’s car? But he doesn’t mind that she keeps the car parked in front of him on her trip to Boring Memoryland?

All of these issues play themselves out in larger ways throughout the movie. It’s painted with the broadest strokes possible.

Diane Keaton directed it? Why did Diane Keaton direct this? She can hardly even direct herself to dress properly. “What can I say, I just prefer looking like a clown.”

I wish I had Alzheimer’s so I could forget this movie!

This is easily in the Top 5 worst movies I’ve ever seen. It’s painfully boring and obnoxiously overwrought. It was Walter Matthau’s final screen performance, which is a fucking shame. Raul Julia got off easy! Even the cinematography is awful. Everything looks smoky, because feelings are hard! And I can’t express strongly enough how unbearable that fucking cell phone motif, i.e. the driving creative engine of the whole movie, is. Can you hear me now? Bad.

Next week: My Blueberry Nights. As always, please leave your suggestions in the comments or in an email. And if you haven’t done so already, please consult the Official Rules.

Comments (117)
  1. You know what other movie had a drawn out phone conversation scene? Phone Booth; seriously.

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  3. Adam  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -14

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    • JD  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +38

      If you think Love, Actually is the worst rom-com, then you my friend are lucky enough to have not seen very many rom-coms because there are tons worse.

    • Love, Actually is a pretty good movie when it comes to romcoms, actually

      • shmoo  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -13

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        • I’m with you shmoo. Makes my top ten worst movies list.

          • JD  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +12

            Love Actually is the motherfuckin’ Godfather compared to the shitburger I’m about to drop on y’all:

            He’s Just Not That Into You. Worst. Mainstream. Movie. In. Years. I defy anyone to defend that Love Actually ripoff cuz it’s an impossible task.

          • Justin  |   Posted on May 15th, 2009 +1

            Hilarious! “The Godather compared to……..” You’ll have me killin myself with ;laughter talking about all these turd movies.

            I found Love,Actually was a pretty descent movie. A million worse than it, for sure.

          • JD  |   Posted on May 16th, 2009 +5

            Because I’m drunk and have nothing better to do, here’s a list of awful rom-coms (a few have been covered before):

            Simply Irresistible, Summer Catch, 27 Dresses, Boys and Girls, The Wedding Planner, Fool’s Gold, Made of Honor, Maid in Manhattan, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Monster-In-Law, Down to You, Just My Luck, Failure to Launch, Fools Rush In, Over Her Dead Body, Because I Said So, Forces of Nature, License to Wed, Sweet November, Must Love Dogs,
            Little Black Book, Runaway Bride, Raising Helen, Elizabethtown, Green Card, The Family Stone, Sweet Home Alabama, Someone Like You, PS I Love You, A Cinderella Story, Rumor Has It, The Perfect Man, Material Girls, 50 First Dates, Picture Perfect, The Lake House, Serendipity, Just Married, Alex and Emma, Catch and Release, Three to Tango, French Kiss, Loser, The Sweetest Thing, Good Luck Chuck, My Boss’s Daughter, Love and Sex, The Wedding Date, The Last Kiss, Laws of Attraction, What Happens in Vegas, Bride Wars,
            He’s Just Not That Into You…

            Now, if you excuse me, I’ll go and kill myself or something for wasting my time on this.

        • menyc  |   Posted on May 17th, 2009 -3

          Oh, I so agree. Love Actually is my most hated thing ever.

      • It loses points with me for its incredibly retrograde sexual politics, which stand out even in a genre not exactly known for progressiveness.

        I still have Lots Of Love for Bill Nighy’s “Christmas Is All Around Me” song, though.

    • Love Actually is actually likable because it’s got enough going on that it doesn’t have time to get really dumb, and it stars nearly every Britsh actor who ever lived.

      Including Bill Nighy. Thank that movie for Bill Nighy, sir.

      • Angelquin  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +1

        Thank you … Ant or Dec

      • Love Actually fucking owns. Its SUPPOSED to be overly schlocky and stupid. It also has this line – “Oh! Fuck wank bugger shitting arse head and hole! ” Bill Nighy fucking rules. I’d rather watch Love, Actually than 90 percent of any movies that claim to be either “romantic” or “comedic”

  4. It’s cool that they could get Tommy Wiseau to do a cameo in the car crash scene.
    Worlds Been Had Colliding.

  5. and I think there might be a shade of art imitating life (or just… Delia Ephron writing about her own resentment of her sister Nora’s fame) here.
    I’m just saying, we all know who the Good Little Champion of that family is.

  6. m  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +2

    Whoa. Happy Bunny, Gabe? Are you sure you’re not a 13 year old girl?

  7. I saw this movie in theaters.

    It was a double feature paired with ‘What Planet Are You From?’

    Yes, apparently I hate myself… a lot.

  8. That Father/Daughter flashback easily rivals the Father/Son flashback from Elizabethtown.

  9. When I first saw the post title, I had no idea what Hanging Up was, and then I clicked the link and saw the screenshot of Meg Ryan, Lisa Kudrow and Diane Keaton, and it all came back to me in a wave of awfulness…

  10. Gabe, I enjoy your hate. Please focus it here:


    • mighty undies  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -2

      I fervently second that.

      and also mention…Cold Mountain.

      I can foreshadow the success and impact of you reviews with either of these.

    • She went full retard in that one.

    • Anniee451  |   Posted on May 18th, 2009 +1

      Oh I agree – Nell was an abomination indeed! How much MUGGING can one woman do in extreme closeups, just gawping at the freaking camera ten times the size she should EVER be seen in?! Bad stuff. Same as she did in Anna and the King.

      A movie I actually love but it qualifies as BAD is Stepmom – the nauseating display of Roberts fawning and sucking up to and praising the nasty bitch Sarandon played, her spiel about not being “paid” for being a Mommy when she was living in the lap of luxury, the sickening proposal that belied how he had left his previous wife – oh, just suck.

      Bridget Jones’ Diary is pretty bad, too. Too bad no more Robin Williams, because “Being Human” was one of the worst movies ever made.

      Here’s one more huge turd starring Helen Hunt, Shannen Doherty and Sarah Jessica Parker pre-tweeze-job – “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.” I won’t even watch it, though, and it would be inhuman to ask Gabe to suffer through it so I’ll just forego the pleasure of that snark.

  11. This movie supports my theory that way more things than you think happen in Hollywood almost entirely because of prescription pills.

  12. I totally got this film confused with another terrible Diane Keaton chick flick (the one where she’s trying to find the right man for her daughter Mandy Moore), since it was on Lifetime ALL WEEKEND LONG. I had to go and look it up, and it just might be worse than Hanging Up, based on the title alone: Because I Said So.

    • i saw that movie in the theaters and not only was it horrible but the audio tracking was off. everyone kept slurring their words and the music was off key and loopy. it felt like right before you are about to pass out. all dizzy and unsettling and also diane keaton makes me lightheaded sometimes.

    • You are completely, completely right. I am surprised I even finished that movie. Because I Said So is horrible.

    • I second that. Because I Said So was one of the worst movies that I have ever seen. I rather watch Howard the Duck with its creepy implied bestiality with an alien duck person than watch that movie again.

  13. oh.  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +27

    Has “The Shape of Things” been suggested? I’m suggesting it now. It will serve two purposes:
    1.) It is terrible.
    2.) It will make videogum confront its love affair with Paul Rudd in the cold harsh light of day. If only a little bit.

    • But Rachel Weisz wears adorable little t-shirts the ENTIRE MOVIE. and sometimes, isn’t that enough?

    • I second that. Awful, just hatefully bad. I was halfway through it before Ithe penny dropped “I get it, everyone is at least 15 years too old to be playing these characters” (And not in a “By the time you’re old enough to understand Hamlet you’re too old to play him” kind of way). Also I made the mistake of going on the IMDB message board for it and it was full of pompous wankers proclaiming that anyone who didn’t like it obviously just didn’t get it. Strangely none of them seemed too keen on explaining what there was to get. Oh and the annoying whispering at the end like they think they’re in Lost In Translation? I don’t give a monkey’s nut what she said, it could never make me not regret wasting an hour and a half of my life watching it.

    • But have you guys seen the play? It was written for the stage first. Don’t judge the movie until you’ve seen it performed live. The play is so much better. (It’s not at all better. It’s just as bad. It’s maybe worse.)

  14. this movie was released in germany under the title “Aufgelegt!” which translates to “Presented!”

  15. I wonder if that painting will show up on my AP Art History exam on Wednesday.

    It looks significant.

  16. RunBMC  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +36

    The acting for all three leads in this thing seems to have permanently set on “frazzled” and “shrill.” This was clearly the beginning of the end for Diane Keaton’s ability to portray a character you did not want to punch in the face. Even my mother – who is old and a complete pushover – made a face at the end of this one when we rented it.
    However, Gabe, I get the feeling that this hunt is wearing you down. You seem to be having less and less fun (and posting fewer and fewer clips) while tearing these to shreds. I can’t blame you, though. This has been a TERRIBLE journey. Maybe this is actually hurting you soul. Be careful!

  17. Matthew  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -1

    It does not.

  18. Another bad cellphone movie: Cellphone.

  19. that’s not fair. any movie with Meg Ryan is a shitty movie. She zero range. Diane Keaton hasn’t been in a good movie in DECADES.

    Side note, check out Miss Conception. Heather Graham’s accent, alone, should get it nominated for TWMOAT

  20. himay  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -1

    nick. and. norah. i guarantee you gabe, you will love hating this one.

    • Ugh I am so with you on this one. Nick and Norah was the absolute worst. This is the first movie I’ve seen in a long time that I only finished it to see how much worse it could possibly get. It got infinitely worse.

      Where’s Fluffy? STFU

  21. I think this was also the last screen appearance of Meg Ryan’s original human face.

  22. Seriously  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +35

    Nora Ephron has a sister? Who writes “women’s” books? Seriously? Do they have any more “interesting” family members? What must it be like when the Ephron’s get together?! I wonder what it would be like
    a) if someone died!
    b) if someone got married!
    c) had a baby!
    d) went on vacation!
    e) had to spend a holiday on a lake/mountain in a cabin together!
    f) had an important life lesson to learn!
    g) improbably fell in love!

    I imagine every time they get together they all grow all a lot and realize something about themselves. Hopefully one day that realization is that they are the worst.

  23. Dear Hollywood, Please stop making movies for me. (A chick.) Just stop. I’d rather laugh my ass off at mildly kind of sexist (“what’s wrong with being sexy?” -tm Spinal Tap) movies geared toward a male audience than be portrayed and targeted like I’m a fucking idiot becuase I’m a woman. K? K. Kthxbai.

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    • Zack  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +3

      Wow… just wow… just the very suggestion of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang proves that it may be time to shut this whole Hunt down if picks like that one are going to be made.

    • Sally  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +9

      Maybe I just have a boner for Downey, but I thought this movie was a lot more inoffensive and mildly charming than a lot of male-fantasy movies.

  25. Painfully boring and obnoxiously overwrought? Silk is the absolute worst for this.

    • I have to second Silk. The cinematography kind of rescues the film, but the script was sparse, written to within an inch of its life (in a bad way), and just BORING.

      not even Michael Pitt’s lips could resurrect that snoozefest, which is a shame because the play was EXCELLENT.

      basically, it’s a shit movie and Gabe, you should watch it.

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  27. My BFF in 7th grade told me I had to watch it because it’s awesome. We are not BFFs anymore.

  28. 1. In the clip, did anyone else think that the parking space was really deep? She was backing up for a while right?

    2. I walked out of this movie in the theatre when I was 15! Number of things I did right at 15: 1

    3. I agree with the all the chatter about reviewing Because I Said So. That movie is a horrible piece of garbage. Mandy Moore and Diane Keaton talk about what an orgasm feels like! It’s so uncomfortable!

  29. “THE WOMEN” makes “Hanging Up” look like Meg Ryan’s “Citizen Kane.”
    This is a vote for “The Women.”

    • I second “The Women.” Saw that movie on a plane and wanted the plane to crash.

    • ya my interpretation of “women” is “wow sex and the city grossed a lot of money let’s put a different group of women together and make it slightly more family friendly and tell meg ryan to grow out her hair to make her look more like sarah jessica parker”

    • I was thinking the same exact thing! Another vote for ‘The Women’ please.

  30. theSloop  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 -1

    and this, Gabe, is a vote for the wretched, stinking, cliche-smelter that is Charlie Bartlett.

    • i am willing to admit i actually saw that in theaters and liked it. then again, i sold prescription drugs in college, and was 21 (out of college) and stoned when i saw it. i saw it again a few weeks ago and was like “wait, what?”

  31. The entire first paragraph of this post, I was like “Hanging Up? WTF, I’ve never even heard of that!” Then I got to the picture, and I remembered I actually saw this movie in theaters in high school. FML.

  32. Big McLargeHuge  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +3

    One Missed Call.

    I know every Japanese horror remake is terrible but this….this is beyond terrible: the killer is a ringtone, the plot is completely incoherent, and random “disturbing” imagery seems to have been thrown in at the last minute.

    • OK and can someone confirm this for me, that is the exact premise for the movie that Sarah Marshall had made? In Forgetting Sarah Marshall?

      ‘why don’t you just take the battery out?’

  33. i resubmit gossip

  34. You’re right, Gabe. Patriarchy and sexism is not perpetuated only by men, but by women as well. But fuck, what can we do to end this romcom madness? I promise you, this woman does not give money to this utter bullshit.

  35. star  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 +2

    She is litterally being eaten by her enormousmobile in that scene. Or she’s a hobbit and you forgot that in your description.

    I know foreign movies don’t count but ‘Sukiyaki Western Dajango’ is definitely the worst movie I’ve ever seen.

  36. Movies you need to do:
    The Exorcism of Emily Rose — for being the most boring ever
    Lakeview Terrace —– for being a sloppy, racist mess

    I know you don’t delve into low budgets, but please do Intermedio, it is literally the biggest trainwreck I have ever witnessed.

  37. wordvom  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 0

    I would like to submit “Legends of the Fall” for consideration. I thought this movie was ridiculous when I first watched it in high school, but with 15 years distance from the first time, it is even worse than I first thought. They must have used special eye makeup for all of the characters who needed to convey strong emotion- they all had the same glassy-eyes when they were sad or dying. Which they all were.

    • Yes, I recently saw 20 minutes of Legends of the Fall and today I would say that it was absolutely horrible. 15 years ago, I thought it was amazing.

    • lynn  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 0

      I could not agree with this recommendation more. I saw this awful, awful movie in the theater when it came out and have still not forgiven my friends who went on and on afterwards about how great it was. If I am not mistaken, at one point, the Anthony Hopkins character was reduced to wearing a chalk board around his neck so that he could communicate. And three different brothers were in love with Julia Ormand. I still get angry when I think about it.

      • wordvom  |   Posted on May 13th, 2009 0
        soooo awkward 6:14-6:54 oh, and yes, there is the writing on the chalkboard post-stroke to make it all even more uncomfortable- which leads to the classic “SCREW ‘EM!!!” line by Hopkins at 1:35 : (is it possible that he could be considered to have “gone full retard” in this role?) this movie is THE WORST!!!

        • Priscilla  |   Posted on May 16th, 2009 0

          OMG, I have hated Legends of the Fall since it first came out. I was suckered into watching it by my Mother-in-Law, who also strongly (and strangely) recommended some other movies that have made this list. All I kept wondering was, “Wow, there must be a short supply of women in Montana, if these brothers are willing to fight each other over Julia Ormond, who’s looks are only so-so.” It was boring, and filled with characters who should have committed a mass suicide, if they were that sad all the time. It’s terrible!

  38. mountyboy  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +10

    Congratulations, Diane Keaton!


    Her movies:

    1) Hanging Up
    2) Because I Said So
    3) The Family Stone
    4) Town & Country
    5) Mad Money
    6) Something’s Gotta Give (focus on the parts with her in it)

  39. Phrases like, “Raul Julia got off easy!” is the reason I check this blog almost every day.

  40. ShanShan  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 0

    Seriously, The Upside of Anger is the worst movie ever. Absolutely horrible.

  41. Gabe, I hereby submit “Eagle Eye” for the consideration of the academy.

    I watched it with my mom because she had just seen “Brokeback Mountain” and that depressed her so she wanted to watch something silly and actiony. I think it took us about three and a half hours to watch it because we kept pausing it and talking about all the ways it made no sense.

    Seriously, there is not one moment in that movie that makes the slightest bit of sense. None. The reviews made it out like it was just a run of the mill stupid thriller, but it’s not. It’s a masterpiece of nonsense. The world should be told.

  42. leah  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +5

    “FWBW.” exactly. I have a particular bone to pick with Nancy Meyers, who lately, seems to be pointedly making films about shallow, desperate women who are also idiots. And what women are watching these movies and saying: “I really enjoyed laughing along as I was being represented by blubbering morons who fall apart at any personal or professional challenge.” Seriously. The world does not need another comedic montage of Diane Keaton crying hysterically… or another woman working in the Hollywood mainstream to represent us as unstable, overly-emotional messes.

  43. What about Cut Throat Island. . .one of the biggest Hollywood flops in history? Just watched it last night with my boyfriend, and not even 3 margaritas could make it funny. soo abysmal.

  44. Kathy  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +2

    I’m adding my vote for Because I Said So.

    I also nominate either Click or Bedtime Stories starring Adam Sandler.

  45. Now I’m curious, if this hunt ends will it end with you sitting through Waterworld?

  46. because i said so is indeed the worst. try to ignore Mandi Moore’s stache…trust me you can’t. Also, there was a large budget for Diane Keaton’s belts…

  47. Gabe! Great rant as always. I, too, did not recall this film by title until I saw the pic of the three female leads. It definitely looks too bad to watch even to see how bad it could possibly be. I have to say though that those who are calling for the head of “Love Actually” haven’t seen enough bad movies, because that one was OK. Especially the parts with Bill Nighly. And please add “Eye of The Beholder” to the Hunt because it is seriously the worst.

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  49. Raz  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +3

    I love Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, but it’s probably not as good as I think it is.

    I nominate:
    - Running With Scissors
    - Punisher: War Zone
    Definitely the 2 worst films I’ve seen in the last 5 years, to the point where I was angry at the screen for showing me the moving pictures.

  50. How Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes?

  51. NYSteve  |   Posted on May 12th, 2009 +3

    I nominate “Must Love Dogs” since it mocks me on TNT almost every weekend. The boat scene at the end alone made me consider cancelling my cable service.

  52. Casey  |   Posted on May 13th, 2009 +1

    It looks like they hired a Fry Guy to play Meg Ryan’s hair in that clip.

  53. matt  |   Posted on May 13th, 2009 +3

    I’d like to nominate The Virgin Suicides. I’ convinced it can actually cause suicides.

  54. aria  |   Posted on May 14th, 2009 0

    s.darko, the sequel to donnie darko, it finally came out on dvd and boy does it suck. that is an hour and 45 minutes i will never get back.

  55. Earth Girls Are Easy. Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, incredibly painful to watch ‘acting’, Geena Davis without facial expression. Also, 80′s singalong.

  56. Gabe, you forgot to talk about that scene where that one girl was on the phone and then she hung up.

  57. Dang  |   Posted on May 15th, 2009 +1

    The Holiday is a pretty terrible romcom. The central issue is that Cameron Diaz and Jude Law fall in love, except she lives in LA and he in London. She can’t leave he career to move to London, he can’t uproot his children to move to LA…. so what to do? Apparently… just don’t finish the script… the movie just abruptly ends, with the central dilemma completely unresolved, by (i shit you not) cutting to scene of all the main characters dancing around to Christmas music. The end.

  58. Krista  |   Posted on May 15th, 2009 0

    Black Knight. Good luck trying to get through that.

  59. Justin  |   Posted on May 15th, 2009 0

    Do not even mention Foregtting Sarah Marshall or legend of the fall in this thread
    Have you’ll lost your fuckin minds?

  60. Color of Night  |   Posted on May 16th, 2009 0

    COLOR OF NIGHT (1994) make this turd look polished.
    So bad, you’ll wish they’d make Hanging Up II: Bitter Tweets
    You just gotta do Color of night, it’s bad I’m telling ya it’s bad


  62. Anniee451  |   Posted on May 18th, 2009 +1

    Click or The Virgin Suicides. I happen to think that one really HAS caused many suicides – it was touch and go for a while with me.

  63. dale  |   Posted on May 18th, 2009 -1

    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow has a scene where Gwyneth Paltrow runs around dodging giant robots, and has Jude Law flying a plane into the water because his plane is also a submarine, and has dinosaurs, and has Angelina Jolie wearing a lot of clothing, and has cows with parachutes. How is this not being considered?

  64. Shamwow  |   Posted on May 18th, 2009 0

    I suggest “Waking Life”. I fell asleep watching it in the theatre. The stunning visual effects added nothing to the film. The “deep” discussions were “philosophy for dummies”.

  65. Wruckstar  |   Posted on May 18th, 2009 0

    ‘Bed of Roses’. Absolutely pointless.

  66. CJ  |   Posted on May 19th, 2009 0

    Suggestion: THE LOVE GURU – painfully unfunny. Justin Timberlake ruins everything.

  67. I don’t think Diane Keaton’s character got FAMOUS for a recipe but she probably got all the kudos. Although I think Nora E. did get famous for food – see Heartburn.

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