Okay, the good movies post is tons of fun, but we've all seen some films that had, well, issues. However, the films are so terribly bad that, like a bloody car crash, we watch anyway out of some sense of masochistic despair. My own films on the sort of "bottom 5" of my movie list:
Plan 9 From Outer Space - Best taken in small doses, this Ed Wood "classic" features bad visual effects, terrible acting, and unrealistic stand-ins for actors who died during filming. It is a must-see only for the way all of these disparate elements fail to come together.
Indiana Jones - Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. No better commentary can be found than the South Park Episode spoofing it (It is, however, completely non-compliant with Ricochet's Code of Conduct). I told my wife I wanted my money back. She said she got it from the library. I said I wanted my life back too.
Star Wars, something something Sith. So, Anakin became Darth Vader because he was an angry, unsophisticated teenager? Really? That was it? Somehow Darth Vader just became a lot less frightening. Summary: Carrie! In Spaaaacceee!.
The Dark Knight Rises - Maybe if it was just one film instead of two of three smashed together; maybe if it had just one ending instead of three false ones; maybe if Heath Ledger's death hadn't hyped it so much. I just kept waiting for it to end so I could go to bed. I know this isn't a popular choice, but I really detested this movie, though not as much as ...
Transformers, something something Fallen - I liked the first film, which was a fun take on the franchise. The second film was nothing but a paean to comic book nerds. I did go to bed before this one was over. My wife kept saying "Wait, the climactic battle is coming." I said something about how I hoped they all beat each other to death.
I could mock a few others, but dinner awaits. Love to see what films you all can't stand!