There have been some tremendous works in the history of filmmaking, some of which will be honored during the upcoming Academy Awards. But for every movie that’s a certified classic upon its release, there are just as many that leave something to be desired. And for every movie that leaves something to be desired, there’s one that’s an absolute train wreck.
On the list below, we’re going to take a look at some of the biggest train wrecks in movie history. From films that simply punched outside of their weight class to those that were failures of scriptwriting and special effects, it’s all here. So, grab a seat and prepare to cringe as we take a look at the 15 worst movies ever committed to celluloid. (And if you’re feeling adventurous, maybe plan on “hate-watching” one of these movies in the near future… They could use the love!)
They got Halle Barry to play Catwoman… And even with that leg up, they couldn’t make a movie that’s worth watching. Incredible!
2. Alone in the Dark
The annals of video-game adaptations are littered with terrible films, but this Uwe Boll disaster is roundly considered to be the worst of them all.
3. Jack & Jill
Did you ever see that movie where Adam Sandler plays the role of a brother and his twin-sister? No? Well, better keep it that way, then.
4. The Room
If this movie were billed as a “Tim & Eric” sketch, then maybe it would be watchable. Otherwise it’s just… Bad. Still, you might be able to enjoy it via “hate watching”.
It’s a testament to how bad this movie actually is that even a nude Demi Moore couldn’t get more people to say, “It’s okay, I guess…”