How can it be that we don't have a thread for movies that you saw and then went to
theatre management and asked for 2 hours of your life back?
What was it? How bad was it? Did you simply not enjoy it, or was it poorly written, directed,
acted, and edited? Maybe it was a slap in the face of everyone who read the book upon which
it was allegedly based...
The worst movie I
ever saw, without any near competition for the title, was National Lampoon's Pledge This
Even knowing ahead of time that any Paris Hilton vehicle would suck harder than she did in that other
I paid a dollar for the used DVD at the gas station, because the film also stars Sarah Carter
, whose work I like.
The story, such as it was, has been done a million times (protagonist must choose between popularity
among people she doesn't really like and her real friends).
The allged humour wasn't remotely funny, and even when it tried for least-common-denominator gross
gags it utterly failed. (Sadder even than "Waiting"...)
Sound/Lighting/Costume/camera all not just bad, but conspicuously
VERY bad. I've seen plenty of
home movies with better production values, and a couple of cellphone-clips that come close.
(Hey, is that a boom microphone clearly visible at the top of the frame?)
...and finally, you'd at least think that a recent NatLamp "Unrated Naughty Edition" movie would
contain ample nudity. You would then realize that since she
has no breasts to speak of, Paris H
refuses to be in a film where other women show off theirs.
In short, Paris owes me reparations... $1 for the DVD, plus about $5000 for my time pain and suffering.