Adam Sadler's Going Over Board. I thought I could deal with bad movies, but this one had no plot, and just flat out stupid. And even Sadler's comedy just made it worse. That hour movie made me die a little bit faster
8 Heads in a Duffle Bag with Joe Pesci was pretty freakin bad. The Princess Bride was one I was told I "had" to see, and when I did, I was like: "What the hell was that?!" I borrowed a DVD that most people would find incredibly bad called Schizopolis that I thought was interesting only because I couldn't figure it out. (Probably because there was nothing TO figure out other than "Why did I sit through this?") Most of the worst ones I quickly forget, I once paid to see in a movie theatre and then foolishly rented again on vhs or dvd later because I thought I might understand it more, a flick called Sex, Lies, and Videotape. The worst of the worst? Farenheit 451 the film adaptation of Ray Bradbury's novel of the same name. Even when making that film, someone must have known it was going to suck. I'm sure Mr Bradbury himself was embarrassed that such a movie was made from such a fine book.