12 Movies So Terrible You Wouldn’t Wish Them on Your Worst Enemy

Bad movies still deserve recognition, even if it’s just to warn others away from watching them. Have you ever watched a movie so bad that you don’t even want to recommend it to your worst enemy? We’ve all got our own share of terrible movies, but let’s still talk a bit about them. Here are 12 movies so terrible that you wouldn’t even bother to finish.

1. Blonde on Netflix

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Blonde is a 2022 movie that’s based on the rise of Marilyn Monroe to stardom. While some viewers enjoyed the whole show, some aren’t just impressed. Even if you’re into Madison Monroe and curious about her rise to fame, the movie may be less of a biopic and more of a drama with extra focus on the trauma, pain, and heartbreak of Monroe’s life. 

2. Star Wars Holiday Special

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While Star Wars is a beloved franchise, everybody can acknowledge that not every moment in the movie canon is actually good. Star Wars Holiday Special is one of those moments. The movie is full of strange and cringe-worthy scenes that don’t make a lot of sense to the plot, or to any part of Star Wars. So, if you’re hoping to continue liking the Star Wars franchise, maybe give this one a pass.

3. The Notebook

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The Notebook is a romance, framed by the memories of an old couple. A young woman is torn between her summer romance with a poor, rural boy and the dashing young officer who proposes to her after she leaves her summer home. While some people find the romance compelling and dramatic, others see Ryan Gosling’s character as manipulative or abusive, and are angry at the way the movie ended up.

4. R.I.P.D.

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R.I.P.D. is an action-filled comedy film with Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges that released in 2013.

One Redditor said, “And it was extra disappointing because I thought it sounded great on paper. Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges in an MiB style action comedy? Sounds like an instant winner!”

5. Death Note (2017)

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“Deathnote, the Netflix movie version. It’s like they asked, ‘What made Death Note great?’, took that answer, and then made sure none of it was in the show. Suspenseful games of intellect where one false move could give your enemy what they need. [Forget] that, let’s make everyone [stupid]. Logical deductions and using the rules to gain an advantage? Nah just make gruesome deaths. May the Shinigami use this force that seems goofy but you know for sure is going to [take you out] you if he just finds this boring now? Nope, goofy dude, we barely have any interaction with,” said one Reddit user.

“The anime is the opposite of the movie. Both L and Light are VERY smart and play a constant game of intellectual tag. The way they bend rules, and play each other for information is amazing. It is a limited series (I think 27 episodes), so well worth the watch and it is amazing,” another person replied.

6. Heartbeeps

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Ont Redditor commented, “Two Android robots fall in love, escape the repair facility, and build an android baby, all while being chased by a recovery robot. My mom took us to see it. It’s the only movie I ever begged her to let us leave early. She was convinced it would get better and made us stay. I secretly think she was upset at us and getting revenge. Whenever I am asked what’s the worst movie, this immediately comes to my mind.”

“I’d never heard of this and just looked it up. I couldn’t even make it through the 2-minute trailer,” one commenter replied.

7. Fantastic Four (2015)

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“The 2015 Fantastic Four was a horrible theater viewing experience,” one person shared.

“I completely forgot about this and how it put me in a bad mood for a week after watching it. Truly one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen and an all-around awful experience watching it,” the second person replied.

Another user said, “So bad! The early 2000’s FF movies were cheesy but still fun IMO. This one was just terrible.”

8. The Love Guru

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One Redditor said, “This absolutely deserves consideration. I put it on the other day for a few minutes to see if it was as awful as I remembered. It was.”

Another person replied, “I actually love this movie. It’s so dumb but I love it.”

One user commented, “I remember loving this movie as a kid, and tried to rewatch it recently and barely made it halfway through. Terrible movie that will forever belong in my past lol.”

9. Movie 43

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“Movie 43—what a painful mishmash of non-humor,” one person stated.

“I think a mockumentary about the making of Movie 43 would be interesting. It’d certainly be a lot better than the movie itself. Especially if it were done by Charlie Kaufman,” another Redditor replied.

“Movie 43 was the only movie I’ve seriously considered walking out of. How they convinced all of those A-list celebrities to participate is a mystery to me,” commented another user.

10. Ender’s Game

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“Ender’s Game. It’s one of my favorite books, and I was so excited when I heard they were making it into a movie with some pretty well-known actors. Fell asleep in the theater it was so bad,” said one.

“The audio book of Ender’s Game has an afterword by the author in which he discusses the challenges of trying to make it into a movie. So much of the book takes place in Ender’s head that it’s hard to translate to film. Also, early producers kept wanting to make him 16 and give him a love interest,” replied another.

Another Redditor added, “100% agree. Loved the book. So disappointed by the movie.”

11. Freddy Got Fingered

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One person commented, “Freddy Got Fingered. Left the theater.”

Another user replied, “I tried to watch it recently, got no idea how it’s considered a classic.”

A third added, “I wrapped up the dvd for a white elephant gift like 10 years ago hahahaha.”

12. Batman & Robin

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One person said, “Batman and Robin…”

A second person replied, “Nah that is a schlocky terrible masterpiece of films peak 90’s B movie. Genuinely love those movies for how bad they are.”

Another user commented, “I know it’s bad but it’s just so fun, one of my favorite ‘bad’ movies, but I still love it.”

Do you agree with the movies listed above? Which one is your favorite terrible movie of all time? Please share your thoughts with us.

Source: this Reddit thread.

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