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My Top 10 Worst Films Meme by ARTIST-SRF My Top 10 Worst Films Meme by ARTIST-SRF
Here's a list of my Top 10 Wost Films ever made, or at least I've seen in all my life. Now friends, keep in mind that these aren't just facts, but also opinions. So try not to get offended by any of this.

#1.) Batman Forever and Batman And Robin (Hey who says I can't put two or more on the same number?) : Batman has always been my favorite superhero as a kid, so I didn't know how crappy they were back then. Now that I see it, I really hate it the most because of the ruined characters, a glow in the dark Gotham City, mixing Adam West style with the dark style, nipples on the Bat suit and A BAT CREDIT-CARD!!!! :rage: :explosion:

2.) Howard The Duck: This shit has Duck Tits, lack of intellegent characters, a poorly puppeteered talking duck, attempt sex between human and duck and everyother crappy thing thrown at you! Infact, this film is also considered one of the worst in its kind.

3.) Mars Attacks: As a hardcore Tim Burton fan, this film is the worst I've seen next to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is both stupid and not funny at the same time. It has pointless cameos like with Tom Jones, and lack of leading heroes. Even Siskle and Ebert hated it. But Burton has gotten better over the years.

4.) Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Alot of you Disney fans may argue about it, but I think that it is the worst animated Disney film ever created. It wasn't kid friendly enough, it was more sad than comical, Frollo has a song where he imagines Esmeralda naked called "Hellfire," and Quasimodo didn't get the girl in the end! I mean seriously! Am I the only one who is bothered by Esmeralda marrying Phoebes instead of Quasi?! After all the times he saved her in this film? "Well EXCUSE ME, PRINCESS!" And if you think that's bad, they made a sequeal where Quasi hangs out with a blind girl, and the villain after Frollo is extremely lame! This film also offends Victor Hugo fans and the company didn't earn as much money for it as they did with Beauty and the Beast and Lion King.

5.) Last Action Hero: Definately, one of the worst Arnold Shwartzeneger films I've seen next to Batman and Robin, and Terminator 3. It has an annoying leading little boy, pointless cameos and stupid plot line. There's also an animated talking cat working on a task force, how does that make any sense? Also I found it annoying when this one chick who gets locked in a room with a henchman but still screams even when she beats him up. God, Doesn't she ever shut up?

6.) Kazam: Also considered the worst film ever, this features Shaqeal O'Neal as a poorly rapping (No I mean seriously Shaq can't rap) genie who's a servant to a little boy who also as annoying as the other kid I mentioned earlier. This film also makes Shaq look like a child molsester in a way. I only wish I never saw this as a kid.

7.) Oliver's Ghost: It was the word "Ghost" that got me into watching the movie. And boy was it horrible. It was cheap, with crappy special effects and worst of all it looked like a typical Disney channel movie. That was what's really scary about this piece of crap.

8.) Alvin and The Chipmunks: It's a disgrace to my childhood! The creator of that film who's also the son of the creaotr of the cartoon and song writer, Dave Seville (The real guy). He wanted to make it for fans of all ages, but he failed to realize that making a live action film about classic cartoon characters would cause a disaster to most fans. I did not know what I was thinking when I saw this, I geuss it was because of the humour. But Luckily, I did not see the "Squeakles" that came after it.

9.) Scooby Doo: I liked it as a kid, but realized that this definately the worst of my childhood.

10.) Attack of the 50 Foot Woman: Not one of Darahl Hannah's best performance, and it was a the worst remake I have ever seen in my life. For instaance how the hell did those jet missiles miss that giant woman when they were aiming right infront of her? I think I like the original version better, B-movie or not, at least heirs was taken more seriously than that crappy remake. Sometimes remakes just don't work out so well.

Honorable Mentions:

Drag Me To Hell

Barney's Great Adventure The Movie

Pearl Harbor

Baby Geuniuses 1 and 2

Blank Check

Garfield

The Haunted Mansion movie

Matilda

Norbit

Psycho the remake

The Country Bears

The Wild

A Troll In Central Park

Rock A Doodle Doo

The Pebble And The Penguin

Rio

Mirror Mirror

Inspector Gadget

Seth Rogan's Green Hornet

The Flinstones movies

Cool World

The Pagemaster

The Cat In The Hat

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The Grinch

The Smurfs

Blackbeard's Ghost

Spy Kids

Sharkboy and Lava Girl

The Warlock films

The Hollow

Snakes On A Plane

The Twilight Saga

21 Jump Street



The Hunchback of Notre Dame (c) Disney

Last Action Hero (c) Columbia

Batman Forever, Batman and Robin, Attack of The 50ft Woman, Scooby Doo, and Mars Attacks (c) Warner Bros.

Alvin and the Chipmunks (c) 20th Century Fox

Oliver's Ghost (c) Hallmark Entertainment

Howard The Duck (c) George Lucas

Kazam (c) Touchstone Pictures

This meme (c) :iconluckyisgay:
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:iconchocolatebacon11:
chocolatebacon11 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student General Artist
I can understand it if you don't like Hunchback, but did you really have to call it Disney's WORST movie?
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner 4 days ago
I guess I was a little overboard. 
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popaandreea Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
as much as i love tim burton and johnny depp,charlie and the chocolate factory was beyond awful.depp's performance as willy wonka was painful to watch,charlie and his family are way too undeveloped,the oompa loompas's songs are annoying,the bratty kids are terrible actors and there aren't too much heartwarming moments.the CGI effects were actually good,but this isn't enough to save the movie.even as a stand-alone movie is still bad.
gene wilder hated that movie so much that he refused to watch and called it 'an insult'.
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TheAdorkableNerd Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Although I like Hunchback, I can still kind of see why you don't like it. Awesome list!
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner May 11, 2014
Thanks.
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TheAdorkableNerd Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem.
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Jdailey1991 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
Disney is more diverse than you think.  In fact, Walt himself said that if you targeted the film only for kids, then you're dead.  While I do find HoND pushing too far, that doesn't mean I hate it.  Also, the main hero getting the girl is so cliched that it makes me appreciate this even more.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
I see.  Well there's no problem with that. Glad you're not a control freak like that one guy who complained about my opinion of Disney's Hunchback.  So I wrote a short horror story about a cyber-bully who gets what he deserved. 
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ImmediateLight Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, I always respect other people's opinions, and it's allright to share yours, but I honestly think that even with the dark themes hiding in it, The Hunchback of Notre Damme was great. The music gave me chills, and the background are just amazing. 
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ClassicKazooie Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013  Student Artist
I loathed Rio.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013
Ne too.
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MonstrousPegasister Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Student Writer
I also hate Tim Buton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, AND The Pebble and The Penguin!
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
Well that's a few things we have in common.
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MonstrousPegasister Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Student Writer
And the Hunchback of Notre Dame was pretty bad.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
Finally, someone else who agrees with me on this.
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MonstrousPegasister Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013  Student Writer
^w^ Either they'd rate it PG, or they wouldn't have made it altogether. Neither one of this happened, which makes me sad. :(
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GalacticFrenzy Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright , batman and robin is a disgrace to the batman franchise. But why Hunchback? It's my favorite Disney movie, listen, I know it's completely different from the book, but still. The Latin choir for the music is amazing. And yes, it wasn't TOO family friendly and comical. The gargoyles are annoying as hell -_-. But still, I don't think they overdid anything to make it not family friendly. Disney took risks with that film, which was cool. I mean, Quasimodo is a very likeable character with a sweet personality and Esmeralda really sticks up for what is right In the film. Frollo was more of a 'complex' villain as far as Disney Standards go.I mean, at least the villain isn't like Shan Yu from Mulan, right? So the characters are interesting, and the music and art is amazing. I just don't really understand why this film is on this list. But everyone has their own opinions and I appreciate that! :) I agree with a lot of the other films.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
Thanks for not going too personal. The last one who disagreed with me on Hunchback, said that I don't deserve to live.
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GalacticFrenzy Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Eh well that's just mean!
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
And psychotic, if you ask me. Who puts computers in an insane asylum cell?
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Movie-Man Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
I can see why though as a lover of B-Movies, I enjoy Mars Attacks; I understood the intentions Burton had for that one, I think he still felt the need to make a total Ed Wood like film. Batman & Robin, I regret seeing in theaters same with Kazaam. Alvin and the Chipmunks I had to see on TV and yeah, what were they thinking?
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Well ohter thn Mars Attacks that's 3 things we have in common here. :)
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Movie-Man Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
That's cool. Though Hunchback, I don't care for. I never saw Olier's Ghost though.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Finally, someone who agrees with me on Disney's Hunchback. I mean I don't really mind that so many others enjoy the film. But for Olivers' Ghost, it's kinda like a more kid friendly version of ParaNorman, without zombies.
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Movie-Man Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
And less fun and less intelligent I assume?
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
You got it. :nod:
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Movie-Man Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Oh god, and it's from Hallmark.
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:iconartist-srf:
ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Oh yeah. You got it.
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ReinaReinaReina3 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I loved the Alvin and the Chipmunks movie.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012
Why?
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:iconreinareinareina3:
ReinaReinaReina3 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Because it was good.
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I'm with you on these, except I think Mars Attacks was supposed to be that cheesy. I haven't seen it yet, so I can't defend it that strongly, but I've read about it before and how it was supposed to be like a B-movie. Just my opinion though. I also watched the chipmunks movie and to this day I'm not sure why... I guess because I loved the cartoon when I was little.
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ndunsmo Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
It's not the only one on the list that was supposed to be bad. Again, Howard the Duck and Last Action Hero were also supposed to be bad. Can't say I liked either of those two, but yeah, they weren't meant to be good. In fact, to this day I keep wondering... why do people keep thinking the film was supposed to be good? Seriously, what is it about a movie that constantly admits to its own cliches, has a cartoon cat police officer, smoke coming from a man's ears and all sorts of other stupid stuff that makes people take it seriously? Even the dialog is impossible to take seriously.
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I agree, but the ridiculous content of Batman and Robin was too much. The thing about it is, it wasn't a joke movie made by someone else. It was just ridiculous, and beyond the obvious ridiculousness, many "serious" scenes make no sense and are pointless. Example: Robin's wannabe nature.
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ndunsmo Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
Oh, I was referring to Last Action Hero.
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I figured, but come on, there's no way that Batman movie was a joke. (Aside from the fact that it basically is one.)
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ndunsmo Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
Yeah, I can't say I figured Batman and Robin was supposed to be bad. I mean... it's Batman. Even the silly shows seem like they're trying to be serious to some degree. Although it's funny: much like RandomDCE, I don't recall people caring that much about the Bat Credit Card until Doug Walker made a scene about it. (Although that is one of his funniest jokes... too bad every other time he used it, it felt forced to the point where I literally head-desked every time)
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I didn't know about the credit card until I watched the movie and my brother and I groaned about its awfulness.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
Did that make you reget that you saw Alvin and the Chipmunks movie?
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I horribly regret that decision, worse yet, I saw the squeakel! (or however you spell it) I'm even more lost on that, I hated all of it. Oh well, at least I didn't see the cruise ship one. On a side note, I saw the Twilight movie (someone made me), and I can vouch it was bad. Very bad.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
I agree. What's so cool about a vampire that sparkles in the sunlight?
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Or about a girl with no apparent emotions?
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
Exactly.
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Thorneborne Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2012
I love hunchback, minus the gargoyles, mainly because frollo's so kickass and semi realistic, and though I',m reading the book I doubt Victor Hugo would have hated the adaptation as much as being bemused by it.
Mars attacks...ok, it isn't good per se, but it's a guilty pleasure, if only because the Martians are so sadistic and the dog/head thing was mad genius.
The rest I agree with totally.
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ARTIST-SRF Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2012
You're not the only here, belive me.
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ndunsmo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
Okay, I think I should apologize for my last comment. Thinking back, I think it might have been a little too preachy and came across more as a force opinion than anything else. Even so, I find it funny that people get after Hunchback for being based off of an adult novel when films like Jungle Book, Bambi, Lion King (It was based off of Hamlet, it counts), Hercules, Tarzan and The Little Mermaid were also based off of adult novels. (Do you know how bloody the original Bambi story is?)

Anyway, that's beside the point: I should have been more respectful with my thoughts on Hunchback and at least specified that it was just my opinion. Heck, to each their own, right? I guess I should be surprised to see someone out there hate this film. Plenty of people do, and I'll admit, your reasons are at least a little bit better than some of the others I've read. (One person said it sucked just because it has singing gargoyles in it) So yeah, sorry if I came across as forceful with my last comment.

As for the rest of the list, can't say I disagree with much more than that one film. Mars Attacks is a guilty pleasure and I know Howard the Duck was supposed to be bad (Still doesn't mean I like it) but that's about it. The others can be used to torture prisoners for all I care.
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iEnviDevi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Don't forget the Fox and the Hound, which was admittedly a children's story, but it was one of those stories where you wonder why on Earth it's aimed for children.
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ndunsmo Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
Oh yeah, I also forgot about Pinocchio... god, the original story was screwed up! Jiminy Cricket gets killed in the same chapter he first appears in! That's just the tip of the iceberg. Granted, the movie itself wasn't exactly refined either, but dang.
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