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Oh. Dear. God.
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)
The worst mainstream movie ever made. I am not kidding.
Disaster Movie (2008)
You know why Friedberg and Seltzer didn't win the Razzie for this one? This movie was intentionally bad! I only sat through 30 minutes of it; I stopped when Juno let out her breast milk at a Sex and the City drag queen. Good thing I got to see the Hannah Montana character get crushed, though.
A movie so ugly, depressing, creepy, annoying and suicide-inducing, it makes the E.T. porno look like Pod People, and Pod People look like Mac and Me, and Mac and Me look like Badi, and Badi look like CJ7, and CJ7 look like Lilo & Stitch, and Lilo & Stitch look like E.T.!
Night of Horror (1981)
A horror movie without screaming. Or violence. Or death. Not a good sign at all.
The Legend of the Titanic. A movie about mice exploring the Titanic and crashing into the ice berg because a giant octopus with a nose was tricked into doing so by some evil sharks. Everyone survives at the end. Yes, this movie exists.
One of the funniest movies ever made.
Criminally Insane 2 (1987)
Screw you, Brad Jones, for making me hear about these Shot-on-S***teo flicks...
This is why the British version was somewhat decent.
There are times when a lot of camp works in a disaster movie. But attaching it to an end-of-the-world prediction that is sure to be wrong yet there is still an amount of stupid people that believe in it, resulting in nothing but a cash cow? It doesn't work at all!
Now believe me when I say this - this movie is an animated musical about Christopher Columbus, voiced by Dom DeLuise, going on a voyage, only in this film he's helped by a woodworm that doesn't even look like a woodworm, proved that the world is round by eating Christopher's globe and worst of all won't shut the hell up (the lip sync is terrible). On their journey, they use the help of three rats and a beaver to stop a monstrous swarm of bees and rescue a fairy princess. A FAIRY PRINCESS. Are you believing me? Good. But can you believe the fact that some people who remember this still like it today? You don't believe me, do you?
Roger Ebert and the Nostalgia Cri-- Oh wait, he's not real.
Definitely wasn't as good as The House That Drips Blood on Alex.
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