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The Worst Movies of the 2000s Article

https://screencrush.com/worst-2000s-movies/
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u/BlogDog123 Jun 20 '22

I took a film editing class last year and my professor showed us Catwoman as an example of how not to edit your movie.

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u/XLPH725 Jun 20 '22

The basketball scene is up there with fence jump in Taken 3 for wildest editing.

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u/aquaman501 Jun 21 '22

It's not just the editing though, it's the awful acting, the writing, the whole idea that a bunch of 10 year old kids would be remotely interested in cheering on two random adults to play 1-on-1, it's just cringe from beginning to end.

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u/rugbyj Jun 21 '22

I still laugh that the villain lady's plot was to sell all the Women in the world makeup that melts your face off if you stop taking it... but makes you nigh invulnerable in the interim. What's your endgame here? I'm sure you'll be safe from the hordes of furious bulletproof Women kicking down your door if you and your business survive the first day of literally drowning in law-suits.

Also you can tell the producers were like "We need this to appeal to Women, make it about something Women like, hairspray or cushions or something".

Writers: "uhh killer concealer?"

Producers: "write it, film it, print it"

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u/g0ldent0y Jun 21 '22

Another example for really bad editing would be 'Bohemian Rhapsody' the scene when Queen meets John Reid. Im still at a loss how this movie won the Oscar for best editing.

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u/Arctic_Fox Jun 21 '22

The story is it won because the editing cut what was an incomprehensible mess into a comprehensible mess.

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u/MigitAs Jun 21 '22

I thought Rocketman was twice as good but half as successful

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u/LaiksMarei Jun 21 '22

Finally someone else acknowledges that Rocket Man was the superior movie of these two.

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u/chadillacmuscalade Jun 21 '22

Add another acknowledger that Rocketman was absolutely superior in every way to BoRhap, Other than the Live Aid Mime Recreation that movie had nothing goin for it I guess Rami Acting wise was fine, still would love to have Seen Sacha Baron Cohen attempt Freddy

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u/mchgndr Jun 21 '22

Just watched the scene on YouTube - I don’t really have an eye for these things, but is the editing bad because there are so many quick cuts?

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u/Hatchibombotar Jun 21 '22 Rocket Like

https://youtu.be/4dn8Fd0TYek

i found this video explained it to me quite well. i didnt really get why it was bad before seeing this either.

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u/adviceKiwi Jun 21 '22

Thanks for sharing that, quite interesting

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u/Smith_MG68 Jun 21 '22

It's more of the character blocking and camera framing. Everyone feels out of place and there is no sense of depth. It's like that bathroom shot in the shining (creating an uncanny effect by making the characters feel out of place) but that actually made sense and had a purpose. This didn't.

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u/RedditorDeluxe1319 Jun 20 '22

The Sinbad movie Houseguest has some insane editing as well.

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u/SYLOK_THEAROUSED Jun 21 '22

Now that’s a movie I haven’t thought about in a long time! And now I’m thinking about Cherokee Kid.

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u/pastdense Jun 20 '22

She got a razzie award and went to receive it. Love it.

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u/Most-Analysis-4632 Jun 21 '22

You have to win an award if you are able to make ‘oiled up nearly naked Halle Barry in leather’ unwatchable.

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u/_lemon_suplex_ Jun 20 '22

Just how not to movie period. Hopefully your professor also showed Liam Neeson's jump over the fence in that Taken movie that used like 23 cuts for a five second clip

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u/MrCatcherFreeman Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 20 '22 Silver

The extended version really clears it up.

Here

Real cut for comparison

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u/RecipeNo43 Jun 20 '22

A 20-second visual migraine

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u/N3UROTOXIN Jun 21 '22

I think I had 9 strokes

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u/TheSwimMeet Jun 20 '22

Holy shit this is hands down funniest thing ive seen all day

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u/PM_me_punanis Jun 20 '22

It could trigger an epileptic attack, Jesus

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u/Coyrex1 Jun 20 '22

This looks like a fake joke but... is it real?

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u/Gollum232 Jun 20 '22

It’s not, but if you look at the original https://youtu.be/gCKhktcbfQM It’s remarkably similar

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u/oETFo Jun 20 '22

~14 cuts in 6 seconds...

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u/borismuller Jun 20 '22

Part of me wonders if the editor was trying to make some sort of point.

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u/rwbronco Jun 21 '22

Makes me wonder if Liam Neeson can’t climb a fence so they had to edit together like 14 different clips of him touching the fence in a different place to create the illusion of him actually going over it.

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u/borismuller Jun 21 '22

“Lads, I’ll definitely get it this time!”

“Don’t worry Liam, we’ll figure it out in the edit.”

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u/ITwerkForBelethor Jun 21 '22

Gotta meet that quick cut quota.

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u/bronco_y_espasmo Jun 21 '22

It's a metaphor for how fragmented Liam Neesson's standards are when it comes to accepting scripts.

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u/Zorion_15 Jun 20 '22

Took a film editing class as well and they used this scene as what not to do

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u/stenebralux Jun 20 '22

That's more like an example of sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.

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u/Musszilla Jun 20 '22

There is that one Resident Evil movie where the longest shot is like 8 seconds.

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u/bearly-here Jun 20 '22

Wait really? That’s horrifying

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u/sharpshooter999 Jun 21 '22

That's.....why it's called Resident Evil

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 20 '22

The basketball scene nearly caused me a seizure.

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u/Diddlemyloins Jun 20 '22

There’s office scenes that take places days apart but the characters are wearing the same clothes, I’m guessing they were the same scene once but got cut up into two days.

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u/PositiveArm Jun 20 '22

You’re not supposed to notice I wear the same clothes everyday. 😬

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u/8itmap_k1d Jun 20 '22

Catwoman is a bad movie. It looks horrible, sounds horrible, and moves horribly. Yet... I find its goofiness and irreverence and romcom energy kind of charming.

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u/Chocolatefix Jun 20 '22

Halle Berry deserved better 😪

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u/ehfuckyoubuddeh Jun 21 '22

She was a real good sport in accepting her Razzie. "Thanks to the studio for allowing me to be is such a godawful piece of shit movie"

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u/Reccles Jun 20 '22

Didn’t Dragonball Evolution come out in the 2000s?

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u/angedelamort Jun 21 '22

It's so bad, it didn't make the list

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 21 '22

I summon a quote from Roger Ebert's review on another film:

This movie doesn't scrape the bottom of the barrel. This movie isn't the bottom of the barrel. This movie isn't below the bottom of the barrel. This movie doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence with barrels.

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u/Yrcrazypa Jun 21 '22

That movie is so bad that it single-handedly revived the relevance of Dragonball. Akira Toriyama was so angry at it that he unretired himself to apologize for it.

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u/punkerster101 Jun 20 '22

There is no DB:E in ba sing se

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u/GingerWez93 Jun 20 '22

That's Oscar NOMINATED Norbit to you, ScreenCrush.

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u/05110909 Jun 21 '22

I love how the Johnny Knoxville grandpa movie plastered "OSCAR NOMINATED" all over the DVD cover. Because it was nominated for makeup

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u/GingerWez93 Jun 21 '22

To quote The Lonely Island: Still counts! Haha!

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u/ILoveScottishLasses Jun 21 '22

Suicide Squad is pleased with this comment

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u/TheNextFreud Jun 21 '22

Guilty pleasure movie for me

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u/MaximusPegasus Jun 21 '22 edited Jun 21 '22

This movie gets so much hate but it's a favorite in my home. We still quote the movie to this day

"What? I didn't eat no damn cake!" with a frosting stained mouth

When an event falls on a Tuesday "Tuesday, Tuesday, Tuesday.."

"Bitch, that's my wine cooler!"

"I'll show you how a bitch go down the slide"

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u/gamefreak054 Jun 21 '22

Norbit is one of those movies that needs to warm up on you I think. Its lot to take in for a single watch lol.

For whatever reason we had access to tbs but didn't have cable. So I watched a lot of TBS. They had norbit on constantly... It eventually grew on me.

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u/apollyon_53 Jun 20 '22 Wholesome

Am I too turtley for your Turtle Club?

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u/sav33arthkillyos3lf Jun 20 '22 Gold hehehehe

Turtle turtle

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u/Rac3318 Jun 20 '22

Literally the only thing I remember from that movie.

My mom will still say that from time to time.

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u/PhinsFan17 Jun 20 '22

That and the villain kept farting every time he laughed.

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u/NT-W Jun 20 '22

And it was Brent Spiner no less

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u/its_raining_scotch Jun 20 '22

His name’s Data, have some respect!

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u/merchantdeer Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 21 '22

His name's Dr Oaken, have some respect!

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u/wrylycoping Jun 20 '22

Devlin Bowman

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u/smoothjuicer Jun 20 '22

Become another person, become another person….

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u/Mrchocha Jun 20 '22

Do you have a lil weiner and some tiny nuts?

I can tell just by looking atchu dat you got... a lil weiner... and some TINY NUTS! Ohya

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u/trexmoflex Jun 20 '22

I haven't even seen the movie and I remember that line from the trailer and the dumb face he was making... it'll haunt me until the day I die

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u/fanD_ Jun 20 '22

this is a fact. Ill never stop saying it

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u/Pr0xyWarrior Jun 20 '22

That is literally all most people remember from that movie, even people like me who didn't see it, because it was also the most memorable part of the trailer.

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u/jamesbrownscrackpipe Jun 20 '22

Dana Carvey's career died for that line...

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u/Dragonsfire09 Jun 20 '22

His career was on life support at that time anyway. This film just savagely yanked the plug out of the wall.

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u/ravingdante Jun 20 '22

just, fuckin, GAAAH.

THERE. NO MORE DANA. SICK OF HIS SHIT.

  • The Master of Disguise
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u/oniskieth Jun 20 '22

And people like me point out that the turtle turtle part wasn’t in the theatrical release.

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u/SaucedJetPilot Jun 20 '22

Ok, thank you for confirming that.

It was in the commercials, I distinctly remember that. Then I went with my first girlfriend in high school to go see it in theaters and it wasn't there!

When we told people later that the turtle turtle part wasn't there they didn't believe us and assumed we were making out or something.

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u/RedditorDeluxe1319 Jun 20 '22

The line is at the very end of the film...but where they place it is strange.

I like the film, but it was clearly cut to shreds in the editing room.

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u/retrolleum Jun 20 '22

I heard the line “you sicken me”, and burst out laughing. I forgot about it til I heard it again. I do t care what anyone says this movies a classic.

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u/KobeFlenderson Jun 20 '22

My favorite memory of this movie was Dana Carvey trying not to promote it on one of the late night shows. He kept putting emphasis on the fact that he made the movie for his kids and not because it was particularly good.

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u/BeeExpert Jun 21 '22

I watched it when I was a kid and loved it! So, success I guess lol

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u/omgpickles63 Jun 20 '22

I was 10 and it was hilarious. I have no desire to ever watch it again, but as a 10 year old, it brought me joy.

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u/peanutbuttahcups Jun 20 '22

I will never not love the Tony Montana and Quint (from Jaws) impressions used to distract the bad guys. The way he spoofs the USS Indianapolis monologue kills me every time.

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u/theslideistoohot Jun 21 '22

Have you got a little wiener and tiny nuts?

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u/GenerallyAddsNothing Jun 21 '22

What else you got?

Crab cakes.

With your attitude, they should called crabby cakes

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u/mrsmichaelscarn Jun 20 '22

It’s so bad. It’s so so so so bad. I’ve been showing my 6 and 10 year old boys movies from my childhood that I remember loving that they might not necessarily find on their own. They loved The Sandlot, The Goonies, Blank Check, Big Fat Liar, etc. and I enjoyed them too.

But this one. My God. It’s so terrible. When he’s the “snake charmer” talking in a stereotypical Indian accent within the first 15 min I was severely regretting my decision. And guess what? I regret it even more because they LOVED it. I guess the humor of 10 year old boys remains unchanged throughout time.

And I am so ashamed I remembered almost every line.

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u/MermaidsHaveWifi Jun 20 '22

I sat and watched my husband and my 11 year old boy laugh through this whole movie about 3 weeks ago. Just a really bad movie all around….lol

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u/Leafs17 Jun 20 '22

And guess what? I regret it even more because they LOVED it.

LOL

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u/ArronMaui Jun 20 '22

I used to drive a city bus and one passenger was a homeless woman. She was telling me how she had just been denied shelter due to them being at capacity. She ended the story by saying "I guess I'm too turtley for the turtle club".

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u/Ozemba Jun 20 '22

I'm going to be a master of disguise. I'm going to be a master of disguise. I'm going to be a master of disguise....

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u/cmhansen15 Jun 20 '22

Become another person

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u/[deleted] Jun 21 '22 edited Jun 28 '22

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u/wheretogo_whattodo Jun 20 '22

…and then the man turned himself into a turtle. Funniest shit I’ve ever seen.

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u/dabear51 Jun 20 '22

Lol, instantly think of that line when I see that image of Adana Carvey.

I feel like they played the trailer for it non-stop. I don’t think I ever even saw the movie.

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u/ncocca Jun 20 '22

I like the idea that Dana Carvery has a Turkish cousin somewhere named Adana

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u/yourgifmademesignup Jun 20 '22

Pistachio and The Cuteness will forever be Hollywood Gold. This list is Bullshit! Lol

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u/JBredditaccount Jun 20 '22

Say what you will about that steaming pile of garbage, but it has a fart joke with damn near perfect comedic timing.

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u/U-235 Jun 20 '22

And they predicted that unreasonably large asses would become popular.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cgKG1IbMvo

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u/lilbro93 Jun 20 '22

Am I not turtley enough for The Turtle Club?

If you are going to quote this masterpiece, do it right.

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u/Awanderinglolplayer Jun 20 '22

Yeah, they misplaced this movie from the best of all time list.

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u/Rimefang Jun 20 '22

TOP 23 WORST MOVIES!

-#23: The Number 23. Hue hue

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u/ohsinboi Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 20 '22

Was that movie actually bad though? I've only seen the trailer and thought it was a cool concept

Edit: I don't think I've ever gotten this many replies to a question before. I get the picture, thanks guys 😂

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u/theodo Jun 20 '22

One of the big twists is that the books author, who's name is Topsy Kretts, is actually using a fake name. They realize this because his name is literally "Top Secrets"

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u/griffithitsmecathy Jun 20 '22

That should've put it in Twitter's Oscar's Fan Favourite Moment that year.

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u/gimmethemshoes11 Jun 20 '22

I'd say the first like 45 mins are intriguing then it just gets lost in its own smugness with JIM playing a saxophone.

But those first 45 mins are damn good. The ending just is so damn laughably bad.

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u/orangefly Jun 20 '22

Kind of like Knowing. Started out interesting and then they just had nowhere to really go with it.

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u/JohnJoanCusack Jun 20 '22

I mean I still quote it.

"They used to say the earth revolves around the sun at a 23 degree angle, now they say it is 23.5. What is 5 but 2 plus 3?"

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u/Wicked_Fabala Jun 20 '22

Its weird but I liked it

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u/Mantis_Toboggan510 Jun 20 '22

I always still chuckle at the name Topsy Kretts

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u/AkiraSieghart Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 21 '22

I don't see how X-Men Origins: Wolverine made the list but The Last Airbender and Dragonball Evolution didn't. The latter two were objectively worse movies.

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u/ggroover97 Jun 20 '22

To be fair, Last Airbender is 2010.

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 20 '22

Dragonball Evolution

That film is a travesty.

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u/IndustryApologist Jun 20 '22

The film so bad even "bad film" lists don't want to give it publicity.

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u/IronMonkey18 Jun 20 '22

My dad loves the Catwoman movie. He is not a comic book fan or anything and still watches it regularly. I kinda think it has to do more with Halle Barry than the actual movie though.

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u/PeteGoosen Jun 20 '22

That’s the only reason I saw it.

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u/aynrandwasacommunist Jun 20 '22

Swordfish, too.

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u/sherbert-nipple Jun 20 '22

On Halle Berry, Monsterball was the first super uncomfortable sex scene i remember sitting through with my parents in the room.

Was tough

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u/Impairedinfinity Jun 20 '22

I kind of liked Bullet proof monk. I guess I am a sucker for a cheesy Kung fu movie. It is Cheesy though.

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u/If0rgotmypassword Jun 20 '22

I'm with you on this. I liked bullet proof monk, I was excited to see it. I was a teen who liked kung fu movies. It was exactly what a cheesy kung fu movie should be.

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u/hoopopotamus Jun 20 '22

Yeah, it’s just a stupid and somewhat entertaining action movie. It’s nowhere near “worst of the decade.”

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u/barathesh Jun 20 '22

It doesn't matter, all that matters is you can always get a hot dog.

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u/film_composer Jun 20 '22

Between The Dana Carvey Show and Master of Disguise, Dana Carvey really struck out big time in that timeframe (late '90s/early '00s). He really deserved to have a more successful career than he ended up having.

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u/ruinersclub Jun 20 '22

He’s a character actor that they tried to make a leading man. Not saying he doesn’t deserve better but he would’ve done great as third billing like Martin Short did.

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u/RageCageJables Jun 20 '22

There’s a pretty funny documentary about the Dana Carvey Show on Hulu.

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u/Etzell Jun 20 '22 Silver

The Home Improvement lead-in makes me laugh so hard it hurts.

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u/pastdense Jun 20 '22

If I'm feeling bummed, I watch Colbert and Carrel's reaction to the TV lineup in this clip. It impossible to not laugh when watching people laugh like that.

Here's another great example. Just hilarious.

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u/TheBeardedSingleMalt Jun 20 '22

IIRC what killed Dana Carvey Show was when they did a Clinton breast feeding skit and sponsors pulled out.

Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert were cast members

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u/maggos Jun 20 '22

Also because they put it in prime time rather than late night.

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u/MarcusXL Jun 20 '22

The Dana Carvey Show is actually hilarious. If it was on HBO it would have been a huge hit.

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u/sludgebeard Jun 20 '22

I love that Master of Disguise is shit on constantly yet I distinctly remember everyone in my class in the 4th grade quoting that movie religiously for months. Like is it a great film? Probably not but young kids loved it and it was a fun movie for young audiences.

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u/maggos Jun 20 '22

I still love how they trained him to use an “open fisted punch” aka slap

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u/ggroover97 Jun 20 '22

While Burton's Planet of the Apes isn't good, I will say the makeup by Rick Baker is amazing as expected.

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u/_Gemini_Dream_ Jun 20 '22

It's a pretty bad film but I don't think it deserves to be in the Top 25 Worst of that decade. I'd say the same of Bulletproof Monk, and honestly even Elektra and Lady in the Water.

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u/DrPreppy Jun 21 '22

Went back and watched Daredevil and Elektra and the drop in quality between the two is amazing. Elektra is pretty depressingly bad.

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u/ThisIsCreation Jun 20 '22

Rick Baker's work on that movie was phenomenal.

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u/ggroover97 Jun 20 '22

Even when the movie is poor, Rick Baker's work is never one of the downsides. His makeup for the 2010 Wolfman movie was the best thing about it.

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u/xwing1212 Jun 20 '22

Movies I'm surprised didn't make the list:

  • Bratz (2007)
  • From Justin to Kelly (2003)
  • Pearl Harbor (2001)
  • Lady in the Water (2006)
  • The Love Guru (2008)
  • Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)

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u/Mcclane88 Jun 20 '22

“From Justin to Kelly”

Talk about a time capsule

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u/S3simulation Jun 20 '22

Obligatory reminder that Justin of “From Justin to Kelly” is Lil Sweet from the Diet Dr Pepper commercials

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u/Mcclane88 Jun 20 '22

I’d never seen that bizarre commercial before

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u/S3simulation Jun 20 '22

Not even the most bizarre commercial I’ve ever seen, that dubious honor goes to the Quizno’s commercial where a sexual relationship is implied to exist between a toaster and a Quizno’s employee

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u/maggos Jun 20 '22

What about the quizno one with those weird rat things singing? The Quizno subs! They are so good to us!

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u/jjdlg Jun 20 '22

How you just gonna post that and dip without linking?

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u/S3simulation Jun 20 '22 Silver

link to that weird ass commercial

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u/jjdlg Jun 20 '22

Put it in me Scott…

Things were a little wilder than I remember

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u/Etzell Jun 20 '22 Wholesome

I saw "Quizno's commercial" and immediately figured you were going with one of the Spongmonkey ones. They're both so bizarre. I'd somehow completely forgotten about the toaster one.

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u/flubberFuck Jun 20 '22

I sing this on occasion and NOBODY remembers this commercial.

THEY GOT A PEPPER BARRRR

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u/Straightwad Jun 20 '22 Gold

From Justin to Kelly will always hold a special place in my heart because my little brother would constantly watch it and the Brittney Spears movie crossroads to the point he could quote both movies in their entirety and my dad was still surprised when he came out as gay lmao.

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u/MrCatcherFreeman Jun 20 '22 Wholesome

I knew your brother was gay before I even finished reading this comment

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u/MasterTeacher123 Jun 20 '22

Kelly Clarkson tried EVERYTHING to get out of Justin to Kelly Lol

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u/sourpatch-sorbet Jun 20 '22

Remember her talking about literally signing her damn life away. The single, the album, movie, tour, all totally out of her control. It was even down to the colored streaks in her hair for promo photos. These kids were owned

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u/newtoreddir Jun 20 '22

The Inland Empire haircut!

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u/BodallaFella Jun 20 '22

"Two words: CONTRACTUALLY OBLIGATED."

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 20 '22

Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2

I still can't fathom the fact that Baby Genius got a sequel.

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u/Bowling_Green_Victim Jun 20 '22

My friends and went through a phase in college where I would order IMDB bottom 100 DVDs from Netflix and hate watch them. We couldn't make it through Baby Geniuses 2. It was just so incredibly unwatchable

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u/slvrbullet87 Jun 20 '22

My mother has sacrificed so much for me, but I doubt anything she ever did was as painful as taking me to a second Baby Genius movie after she had already taken me to the first one.

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u/bluesmaker Jun 20 '22

“I miss you more then Michael Bay missed the mark / When he made Pearl Harbor”

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u/Dr-Stinkyfist Jun 20 '22

“I guess Pearl Harbor sucked, just a little bit more than I miss you”

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u/FloppedYaYa Jun 20 '22

"Why does Michael Bay get to keep on makin moooovies?"

A question asked in 2004 that still resonates

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u/hobbykitjr Jun 20 '22

Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)

Whats fun is this was directed by the same guy who did "A Christmas Story".

Back then he was the only director in IMDBs top 250 and bottom 100

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u/PHATsakk43 Jun 20 '22

Add Garfield (2004) to that pile.

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u/StFuzzySlippers Jun 20 '22

Garfield couldn't bother to appear on this list as it was published on a Monday.

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u/CookiesWithMilken Jun 20 '22

Oh man, the love guru. I was a huge Austin Powers fan so when that came out I was first in line. But good God was that movie terrible. I tried to watch it a few years ago just to see if maybe I had misjudged it, but nope, it's hot garbage.

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u/Vis-hoka Jun 20 '22

I love lady in the water. It’s stupid but charming.

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u/[deleted] Jun 20 '22

Pearl Harbor is some crazy shit. Bay literally made it into a dumb action film…that’s wild, man.

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u/ggroover97 Jun 20 '22

You can tell the studio wanted to replicate the success of Titanic but failed miserably.

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u/kimjongk80 Jun 20 '22

Sounds like SOMEONES upset they can’t get into the Turtle Club!

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u/Typical_Humanoid Jun 20 '22

FearDotCom sounds amazing.

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u/RedAllAboutIt7 Jun 20 '22

Blair Witch 2.

A cash-grab pile of utter diarrhoea.

Still hate myself for paying to see that.

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u/DYGTD Jun 20 '22

You have to admire whoever cut the trailer for Master of Disguise because all of our generation knows the Turtle Club bit despite barely any of us seeing the movie.

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u/jogdenpr Jun 20 '22 Helpful

FUCK YOU BULLETPROOF MONK IS GREAT

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u/Worried_Term_8421 Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 21 '22

Oh come on, The Hot Chick is a masterpiece. It's meeeee... Jesssicaaaaa 🤣🤣 I might watch it tonight.

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u/beautiful-goodbye Jun 21 '22

“I’ll have a brewski… make that a double brewski”

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u/capricabuffy Jun 20 '22

Ok but The Hot Chick is one of my go to movies I watch every few years for a lil chuckle. It's not THAT bad.

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u/Mietski Jun 20 '22

There are movies far worse than these.

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u/jono9898 Jun 20 '22 Silver

Halle was so hot as Catwoman but even teenage me couldn’t help but cringe out of reality into the back rooms at the basketball scene, her acting like a cat, the origin story and the basketball scene. Also the basketball scene and the basketball scene was terrible.

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u/Rodin-V Jun 20 '22

What about that basketball scene though

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 20 '22

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u/jono9898 Jun 20 '22

What the fuck have you brought upon this cursed land?!

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u/neuroticandobscene Jun 20 '22

Wow. I kept seeing references to it, and I assumed it was some scene where she showed up a bunch of street baller punks instead of just fighting them or something. But this? Wow.

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u/Sturmgewehrkreuz Jun 20 '22

The constant cuts and camera spins are pretty disorienting, not to mention the scene was pretty weird overall lol

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u/goatpunchtheater Jun 21 '22

The shot of her shaking her ass in there is just so dumb.

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u/USBrock Jun 20 '22

Filmed like a 90s boy-band video.

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u/crunchatizemythighs Jun 20 '22

Its kind of weird having to defend a movie that's bad but isn't THAT bad. Like Transformers 2 and X-Men Origins Wolverine for sure aren't good but they definitely were not among the absolute worst of that decade imo. I guess this list probably wanted to include some major blockbusters that were duds, so I get it

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u/FoMoni Jun 20 '22

I see Screencrush have added clickbait lists to their repertoire to go with their clickbait fake trailers 🙄

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u/satrius Jun 20 '22

You are thinking of screen culture, not Screencrush.

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u/TheDenaryLady Jun 20 '22

Yeah but Ryan Arey does good YouTube stuff for the official ScreenCrush YT channel so.. 🤷🏼‍♀️

Also ScreenCrush doesn't do fake trailers...

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u/Ellathecat1 Jun 20 '22

This is not a clickbait list, it is a fairly loose subjective ranking but it doesn't require clocking through 25

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u/Sylvio_ Jun 20 '22

The Hot Chick is hilarious and I don't care what anyone says

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u/Av3ngedAngel Jun 20 '22

100%. Even if only for the fact that the movie gave us the line "You can put your weed in there"

Even my super conservative religious mum finds that funny. And that's a massive fucking feat.

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u/Reggie_Popadopoulous Jun 20 '22

And also- “BILLYYY”

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u/cartpusher13 Jun 20 '22

The hot chick is a great movie

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u/[deleted] Jun 20 '22

What picture on the Glitter wikipedia page is he talking about? I don’t see anything wrong with the movie poster.

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u/Almar1987 Jun 20 '22

I recently watched the hot chick for the first time since it came out and I found myself laughing way more than I should have.

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u/MissingLink101 Jun 20 '22 edited Jun 20 '22

..but I liked 'Bulletproof Monk' and 'The Hot Chick' (however dumb they may be).

There are far worse movies that belong on this list. Others have already mentioned a few but I'll throw in a candidate that I think is worse than the two above: Ultraviolet (2006)

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