One of the worst movies I've ever taken the time to watch would be Balls of Fury. The plot is a generic "sport comedy" and it even fails at that. The wasn't a single funny part, and the dialogue was just embarrassing. The main character himself pretty much mumbles throughout the whole movie and has like no emotion whatsoever. I think the only reason I kept watching was the fact that was so bad.
The only good thing about this piece of crap was Christopher Walken.
fact if a comedy movie has a half-hour special on comedy central it almost always is a comedy in name only
if the movie is ON Comedy Central it will be not just unfunny but literally depressing and stuff
do they have anything other than South Park and what ever happened to Chappelle btw
yeah and I pick X-Men 3. That dude who became multiple versions of himself was so cheesy and awesome
Edit: Honestly most bad movies I know were MST3k
apparently this is the movie movie, not the mst3k episode but it still has some good stuff (rock n'roll martian)
it's also a kid's movie apparently even though lots of things die
there was a movie called The Hellcats too that was like really confusing biker movie from the 70's but the full movie is gone from youtube which sucks because I wanted to post up this part where this hippie dude falls into a lake and yells something completely incomprehensible and I sampled it once because it's like I don't even think he speaks any human language. That eyepatch chick from Kill Bill is in it too
http://pub.gamingw.n...ddechildren.wav < I still have the WAV on my hard drive
I also have a VHS copy of Space Mutiny but I dunno that was just a bad movie it wasn't like fucking weird like that Merlin movie
I like the episodes where there was just a lot of completely bizarre moments like what were these people on
Edit: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank was a pretty bizarre one too, I almost wanted to make a game based on it once, like make it a futuristic game but the future is totally like /that/. And you collect flavo-fibes for energy and buy things with hypercredits