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worst movies of 2004

Postby TerraFrost » Mon Jan 03, 2005 4:13 am

Zap2it's Worst Films of 2004
By Mike Szymanski
December 31, 2004

The worst films of the year could easily include any overwrought musical that has you looking for the exit ("De-Lovely," "Beyond the Sea"), any silly monster movie with giant snakes ("Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid") or re-hashed video games ("Resident Evil: Apocalypse") or card games ("Yu-Gi-Oh!"), or even movies with ridiculous prolonged sex scenes that don't seem to fit into the rest of the film ("Brown Bunny," "Anatomy of Hell.")

Biggest Disappointments
"Chronicles of Riddick"
"Van Helsing"

Biggest Animated Disappointments
"Polar Express"
"Shark Tale"

Biggest Disappointment with Really Cool Computer Graphics
"The Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow"

Bad Movies about How Bad Hollywood Is

Continuing the Ben Affleck "Gigli" Curse
"Surviving Christmas"
"Jersey Girl"

Bad Romantic Comedies
"Raising Helen"
"Little Black Book"

Romantic Comedy that Wasn't As Bad as Expected
"13 Going on 30"

Bad Teen Girl Movies
"New York Minute"
"Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen"

Teen Girl Movie that Wasn't As Bad as Expected
"Mean Girls"

Bad Movies About Science
"Day After Tomorrow"

Bad Movies About Romances with the President's Daughter
"Chasing Liberty"
"First Daughter"

Still Scratching Your Head?
"I [Heart] Huckabees"
"What the Bleep! Do We Know?!"

Pornography Posing as Art
"Anatomy of Hell"
"Brown Bunny"

A Snuff Film Posing as Art
"The Passion of the Christ"

Zap2it's Worst of the Year List
From the most to the least offensive
1. "Around the World in 80 Days"
2. "Brown Bunny"
3. "Yu-Gi-Oh!"
4. "Welcome to Mooseport"
5. "Alfie"
6. "Twentynine Palms"
7. "Laws of Attraction"
8. "Soul Plane"
9. "The Forgotten"
10. "A Love Song for Bobby Long"

Dishonorable Mentions: "Intermission," "Anatomy of Hell," "Surving Christmas," "Along Came Polly," "Big Bounce," "Callas Forever," "Catwoman," "King Arthur," "The Village" and don't remember "The Alamo."
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Postby Drazo » Mon Jan 03, 2005 12:39 pm

Was Chronicles of Riddick and Van Helsing that bad? And The Day After Tomorrow I thought was good despite the recent tsunami incident.
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Postby Rapscallion » Tue Jan 04, 2005 12:41 am

u 4got King Arthur...... oh, never mind.
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Postby Evlfrost » Tue Jan 04, 2005 7:28 pm

I would have to say that I generally agree with that list.

Drazo, Van Hellsing was bad and The Chronicles of Riddick was very dissappointing.
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Postby Rapscallion » Sat Jan 08, 2005 2:54 pm

u 4got "Triplets of Belleville". that movie blows.
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