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Re: What Movie Cant You Stand?
The worst movie I have ever seen in my life, without a doubt, is Garbage Pail Kids. I found the movie through the Nostalgic Critic and he said it was the worst movie he's ever seen, and he made that statement both in character & out of it. I can truthfully that after watching the whole movie that Doug Walker didn't do the movie justice. It is appalling, disgusting, and just ugly. This movie is evil, and no, it isn't "So bad, its good". That goes to movies like Showgirls, The Room, Howard the Duck, Battlefield Earth, & Troll 2. No, this movie is just awful in every sense of the word. I don't even want to go into detail about why it is bad because then I'll be here all day. Just trust me. ITS BAD!
The TriStar 1998 Not-Zilla & Exorcist 2: The Heretic are two movies that hurt my very soul. Every big movie goer has those movies that disappointed them because it was a disservice to something they loved. For some people, it is Star Wars Episode 1. For others it is a big comic book superhero movie. For others it is The Last Airbender. Well for me, it is Fake-Zilla & Exorcist 2. I wanted a big budget, bad ass Godzilla movie made in the US, especially in the wake of movies like Jurassic Park, which pushed the boundaries of special effects farther than anyone ever dreamed, and Tim Burton's Batman which took a classic character and reinvented him for the modern age. And with the original 1954 film What was Fuck-Zilla? A soulless Summer blockbuster that was more of a ripoff of The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms than it was a faithful update to my all time favorite movie monster.
And Exorcist 2? They took a very grounded and realistic approach to the horror genre and turned its sequel into a hair brained, illogical mess of a movie that only served to confuse those that saw it and become a stain on the legacy of one of the greatest horror movies ever made. The only good thing I can say about it is that thank God the movie came out before the age of home video and even longer before the internet was in every household because instead of just being a legendary bad movie, it pretty much just died a quick death at the box office and almost nobody has seen it. So the best thing about this movie: It has become forgotten. I honestly don't know anyone personally that has seen it.