So, lots of suggestions already for the worst film ever made (last post is below or here). Here are the ones mentioned so far:
Miami Vice (dir Michael Mann 2006) The Omen (dir John Moore 2006) Supervixens (dir Russ Meyer 1975) Batman and Robin (Joel Schumacher 1997) The Avengers (Jeremiah S. Chechik 1998) Robin Hood (Ridley Scott 2010) Alexander (Oliver Stone 2004) The Manchurian Candidate (Jonathan Demme 2004) Austin Powers – Goldmember (Jay Roach 2002) Happy-Go-Lucky (Mike Leigh 2008) Liquid Sky (Slava Tsukerman 1982) The Lovely Bones (Peter Jackson 2009) Final Destination (James Wong 2000) Emile Zola porn (chosen...by mistake...) Alice in Wonderland (Tim Burton 2010)
A good selection so far (and for once I'm not disappointed to note a lack of women directors...). Any more for any more?
Adding them as they come in...
Hot Fuzz (Edgar Wright 2007) Highlander II (Russell Mulcahy 1991) Sex Drive (Sean Anders 2008) Head (Bob Rafelson 1968) - this one (like many in our list, I'm sure) suggested because of its place in the 'biggest disappointment' subcategory Dune (David Lynch 1984) There's something about Mary (Bobby & Peter Farrelly 1998) Day of Atonement (Alexandre Arcady 1993) Love, Actually (Richard Curtis 2003) (finally! Thank-you Gillian!) Starship Troopers (Paul Verhoeven 1997) The Passion of Christ (Mel Gibson 2004) (never been tempted myself...) The Texan Chainsaw Massacre (Marcus Nispel 2003) Welcome to L.A. (Alan Rudolph 1976) Kill Bill Vol 1 (Quentin Tarantino 2003) Catwoman (Pitof 2004) Vegas Vacation (Stephen Kessler 1997) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! (John De Bello 1978) Maid in Manhattan (Wayne Wang 2002) Ed Wood (Tim Burton 1994) From Dusk Till Dawn (Robert Rodriguez 1996) 2012 (Roland Emmerich 2009) Forrest Gump (Robert Zemeckis 1994) Avatar (James Cameron 2009)
and there are suggestions via Facebook too...
Dog Soldiers (Neil Marshall 2002) Requiem for a Dream (Darren Aronofsky 2000) Showgirls (Paul Verhoeven 1995) (Say it isn't so...)
Originally from the north of England, I live in Angus, Scotland where I walk a lot, think a lot, listen to lots of music, sometimes write poems, sometimes read poems out to other people, sometimes write songs, read all kinds of odd things, watch a bit...oh and I look after my family too.
I sometimes organise poetry and music events - details are usually here (though nothing coming up in the near future). This year I went travelling with my family - photos and notes are here. Now we're back I have moved to a new regular blog - it is here.
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You can buy my book (published 2008) from my website if you fancy it (go to 'book' page) or from www.amazon.co.uk if you prefer the comfort of the multinational corporation. My book is printed on recycled paper and card. I have 12 different poetry postcards available too.