Post by nefariousdro on Mar 28, 2009 7:07:01 GMT -5
I'd have to say that the worst movie I ever paid to see is "Lucifer Rising" by Kenneth Anger. It's this '60's Avant-Garde movie that I'd read about. It was supposed to have had a huge impact on movies and such, and it was worse than a waste of time. I'd rather have watched 8 hours of grass growing.
Post by tesseractive on Apr 2, 2009 22:55:32 GMT -5
Aww really? I kinda like Kenneth Anger. Have you ever seen Fireworks?
But I think I really feel the way you describe about some of Jean Luc Godard's stuff...like Weekend. I had to buy that movie for a film theory class I took and...it is weird and long and painfully boring, but I think making the audience really super pissed off was part of the point.
Post by nefariousdro on Apr 12, 2009 9:29:02 GMT -5
That's the only one I've seen. I keep hearing that he's done some very important things that influenced alot of people, but that movie just didn't work for me. Another artist I admire who's movies haven't done anything for me is Andy Warhol.
Post by nefariousdro on Apr 20, 2009 19:43:39 GMT -5
Another movie that was so bad, it actually crossed over into being good, in that morbidly fascinating way that train wrecks can have: "The Human Highway" starring, get this: Neil Young and Devo, with Dennis Hopper for good measure!
Cyrus: the really "piss-me-off" thing about it its that its not about anything at all... just a sequence of scenes and no point at all. you could think its a comic movie but its not, or a drama movie but it doesn´t cut it.. nop. I cant describe it. its just dull!
oh and "The last airbender".. repulsive movie. I felt bad because I liked M. Night´s movies :-(
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Post by paranoidspy on Apr 27, 2012 10:34:46 GMT -5
Cloverfield. The first hour I saw wasn't engaging, and waiting to see if the next hour would be any better wasn't worth it with the shakey camera. That was the first and only movie I have ever walked out of.