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Jessie the Sunflower Goddess
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Does anyone have an opinion on what the worst big budget film of the 90s was???
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You know, we had a thread like thi sone on here before. For some reason even though the 90s weren't that long ago, I can't think of any movies that came from that decade. I can rememebr countless 80s films good or bad, but 90s is a blank. [Frown]

I guess if I had to pick one it would be Biodome with Pauly Shore.

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Me too Ali-from like 1993-to now, it all seems like the same crap to me, I can't name a movie from the 90's and tell you what year it was, but any 80's movie..totally! I just tried to watch another movie on DVD 2 nights ago, Wrong Turn, it was awful! My husband got it, and I gave it a shot. I am so done with trying anymore, it is useless. The 90's and now are all remakes that are ruined, or sequels to stuff that never should have had a sequel.
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i wold go with the super mario bros. movie never has there ever been a bigger let down to me then that movie. you could of changed the characters names and no one would of ever of even guessed it was a super mario bros movie. all video game movies pretty much scuk but super mario had a chance at being a good movie but this movie just didnt quite reach the flag pole if ya know what i mean
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Devolution here,

WaterWorld!

What a waste!

We are DEVO

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I think I'd have to vote for Blair Witch Project. It was so hyped up to be so scary and when I went to see it, I was falling asleep and laughing at the whole thing.
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I liked The Blair Witch Project

I have to agree that Waterworld sucked.

I also thought that The Road to Wellville was about the most boring movie I have ever seen in my life, followed closely by Johhny Mnemonic.

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There are so many really bad movies...my number one worst movie -I hate this movie, and everyone else loved it-but me... was

Forrest Gump-uck.

I hated:
Conair
Armaggedon
Star Wars-Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones
American Sweethearts


There are so many that I think I blocked them all out of my head...


What about now??? Cause we don't have a 2000 and up area...

Some of the movies I have seen that I hate, and I can't remeember when they were...

Wrong Turn-couldn't even finish it
Identity
One Hour Photo
Insomnia
The Panic Room
The Hulk..

I can add lots to this one

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hey isis...you didn't like Conair or Armageddon? I wasn't a big fan of Armageddon...but I absolutely love Bruce Willis so it wasn't too bad. I liked the movie, but it's just not a movie I like to watch too much because it has a sad ending. [Frown] ...But Conair...I loved that movie, i love nickolas cage too. I think he's a great actor and I love the action in the movie.
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I htink Forrest Gump is a classic. I loved that movie.
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Ima have to go with...She's all that, anything w/ Freddy prinze Jr matter o fact, Space Cowboys(prolly having to do w/ the fact that I can't stand Clint Eastwood), and Showgirls(effing tragic). Yuck!

Tootles! [Wink]

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I got it..I thought about something in another post, and that brought me to remember the all time worst 90's movie-to me:

Something About Mary-that was the worst ever!!!!!

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I have to agree with River. Anything with Freddy Prinze jr. is garbage to me!
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Oh yeah, and Never Ending Story 3 sucked so bad I'm ashamed to have watched it. There's 90 minutes of my life that I can never have back!
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I have to agree - the two Star Wars Prequels were bad news. To discover that the Resistance was all about "FREE TRADE" (how 90's is that?) I almost fell off my Plush and Sticky Movie Seat!
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I think I have the worst movie of all. Has anyone ever seen Spice World? [Frown]
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Spiceworld was dire, but at least it had Richard E Grant in it, so wasn't a complete loss (2% redeemable).

Unlike (and I can hear that screeching sound of chalk on blackboard / fork on pan when I type this) Bio Dome, which believe me has the WORST of everything. Pauly Shore, Steven Baldwin, and the rest should hang their heads in shame! It's the movie equivalent of having root canal treatment without novocaine, because anasthetic would certainly help you to get through the most vomit-enducing 88 minutes you'll ever spend in front of a TV set. And to apply the same rules as for Spiceworld, even the presence if Kylie Minogue and Joey Lauren Adams only makes it 0.5% redeemable.

Bio Dome - loathe it or leave it, you sure as heck can't watch it....

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i hated titanic. i dont kno why everyone liked it so much they already knew the ending. the boat sinks! and that song that you herd everytime u turned on the radio
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I thought Amos and Andrew and Snake Eyes sucked. Even though I liked Nick Cage, sometimes I wonder what his decisions are based on. As for Freedy Prinze jr. I couldn't agree more. What we need is a Freddy Krueger vs. Freddy Prinze Jr. movie. Now that alone would be worth the price of admission.
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One of the absolutely worst of the 90's, and perhaps of all-time, would have to be...

"Kazaam!" (1996), starring basketball star Shaquille O'Neal.
[Eek!]

It makes "Spiceworld", "Glitter", or "Gigli" look like Masterpiece Theatre...
[Razz]

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Captain America (1992) was an atrocious stinker. Why they took this out of the can is beyond me. Horrible.
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Something About Mary ruled! Some folks just get the mindset that all good movies only came out in the 80s. u have good ones and stinkers from both the 80s and 90s...
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quote:
Originally posted by BG:
...u have good ones and stinkers from both the 80s and 90s...

I totally agree with BG [Wink]

As for worst movie of the 90's though...
For me that has to be (and many will disagree): Austin Powers: International Man of Misery . God, I hate those movies, to be honest I hate Mike Myers as an actor too. [Mad]

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OMG, Isis, I love Identity. I thought it was very clever...

In the 90's...I hated Natural Born Killers...I know, lots of people will disagree with me on that, but I hated it.

What year did AI come out? That was a steaming load of dung.

Missie

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Missie:
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What year did AI come out? That was a steaming load of dung.
If I'm not mistaken, "AI: Artificial Intelligence" came out in 2001. It wasn't great, but I don't think it is as bad as the detractors say. Originally, Stanley Kubrick was supposed to direct it, but he had a change of heart and felt Steven Spielberg could do a better job of it. Maybe it's because the ending is supposed to be a happy one, and Kubrick's movies are usually not that way.

BUT...the same concept and story was told earlier (and better) in the 1999 movie, "Bicentennial Man", with Robin Williams as a family robot who wants his own human-like identity. That movie is a better alternative.

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