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The two worst movies that I ever saw were "Rabbit Test" and "Transylvania 6-5000." I think I saw them both with boyfriends. Clearly, they had terrible taste in movies. All these years later, the sheer awful-ness of these movies sticks with me.

OK, I have found THE WORST MOVIE EVER, thanks to my son =)

For your viewing pleasure, The Nostalgia Critic reviews "The Room," written, produced, directed by, and starring...Tommy Wiseau.

I did not see this movie. I do not WANT to see this movie, ever. My brain cells might congeal if I struggled to find some possible cohesion or rational thought in this movie. The review, however, is vastly amusing and I watched the whole thing. And laughed all the way through =) I really recommend watching it, if you can and if you have the time.

I googled Mr. Wiseau, mostly in the hope of finding a clue to his peculiar accent, and found that he had a show! The Tommy Wi-Show!! Get it? Hahaha! Ack. He gets abducted by aliens and plays video games. Yes. He really does. Mr. Wiseau is an American. Huh. And apparently "a cult film actor," with which I take umbrage. No, no, no. "The Room" is not a cult film. It is spectacularly awful.

THIS is a cult film:

Taste in movies is, of course, subjective. DS and I loved "MegaShark vs. Crocasaurus" and laughed through nearly the whole movie. DH saw part of it and loathed it. He couldn't see the humor, just the bad acting and ridiculous fake shark. And those two things are precisely the reason DS and I giggled and chortled throughout the movie. Except for the sad part.

From Rifftrax, The Top Ten Worst Movies of All Time

Wikipedia has a list spanning decades: Worst Films Ever

What is the worst movie that you've ever seen?


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