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September 2021

A Few Hours of Our Lives We Can’t Get Back! The Worst Movies We’ve Ever Seen


It all began last Friday. We were sitting around the office chatting about our all-time favorite flicks—the movies that we could watch over and over again. But as we all know, with the good comes the bad, and the conversation quickly turned hilarious as we began finger-pointing at our least favorite films. From romantic comedies to action films to sci-fi extravaganzas, these are the films TO BE MISSED!

The worst movie I’ve seen has to be Jennifer’s Body. Not that I expected cinematic brilliance from a movie starring Megan Fox as a literal “maneater,” but I expected more from you, Adam Brody!—Colleen Hagerty

The Country Bears—actors in bad bear costumes acting like hillbillies . . . Need I go on?! Excruciating.—Nancy Rotenier

The worst film ever is Grease 2 starring Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer. This movie was completely pointless and absolutely horrible. I love Michelle Pfeiffer, but this movie did nothing for her. Even the music was not entertaining. It was a waste of time to make and should never be shown again!—Noelle Mihalinec

My all-time least favorite movie is Disaster Movie. I love comedies, so I thought I’d give this film a try. The concept seemed hysterical, but the delivery was a huge let-down. It was so bad that I left halfway through, totally willing to sacrifice the $9.50 I’d spent on the ticket. Despite its being a complete disappointment, the film did do 1 thing right—it held true to its title.—Kimberly Hedmark

Hot Tub Time Machine. What a waste of $12.50, an hour and a half, and good acting potential. DO NOT SEE!—Dania Slochowski

My least favorite movie would have to be Hanging Up. I saw this in the movie theater, expecting to see a laugh-out-loud comedy (thanks a lot, misleading trailer!). The combination of Meg Ryan, Diane Keaton, and Lisa Kudrow should have been the makings of something hilarious!! What I got instead was a depressing story about death. Is it possible to get a refund 10 years later??—Lindsay Leff

The worst movie I’ve ever seen is probably Labyrinth. I’m obsessed with how bad it is, and I’m obsessed with David Bowie. Labyrinth is not bad because it’s not entertaining; it’s just incredibly cheesy and impossible to watch without laughing, which I don’t think was what Bowie was going for. He’s still an absolute rock star, though.—Kate Bryan

As for the least fave, the un-Oscar goes to Gigli, the 2003 movie with Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez. The so-called plot involves a couple of gangsters and the kidnapped brother of a politician. I guess this film is supposed to be a romantic comedy. For me, it was a good opportunity to take a nap.—Will Hall

Borat! That movie is horrible, I did not laugh once, I was embarrassed for the things he did. I did not pay to watch it, but if I had, I would have demanded my money back!—Daniela Apeloig

Britney should stick to singing. Crossroads has the corniest plot hands-down. The only thing I semi-liked was one of Britney’s outfits in the film, and I don’t even remember the scene.—Katrina Caspelich

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps was such a disappointing film! Oliver Stone had the chance to help explain the events of 2008, and instead his plot focuses more on a boring love story and father/daughter reunion. What happened to Gekko’s spirit of “greed is good?” And Shia LaBeouf had no chemistry with Carrie Mulligan, despite their off-camera romance. The one thing this film has going for it is the beautiful helicopter shots of New York. Better luck next time, Stone.—Olivia Hayes

The worst movie I have ever seen, without a doubt, is Lord of the Rings. I thought the whole thing was ridiculous; it’s beyond me how anyone can take it seriously, let alone sit through a single minute of the 208 in total. Everything about it was absurd— the costumes, the hair, the plot. I would NOT advise watching this movie, it’s painful.—Hattie MacAndrews

My least favorite romcom would have to be Confessions of a Shopaholic. This movie literally broke my heart and left me feeling completely disappointed as I walked out of the theater. I have read every one of Sophie Kinsella’s Confession of a Shopaholic books, which are beyond witty, entertaining, and had me laughing out loud. Becky Bloomwood’s character just did not translate on screen. I would rather reread my books and block out every memory I have of watching this movie.—Lindsay Hahn

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