the worst movie I've ever seen

I have no idea how it wound up in my netflix queue — either I was drunk, or it was something leftover from my ex-girlfriend, but somehow I would up with this movie What the #$*! Do We (K)now!?. I am not going to bother to review it, except to say that it is by far the stupidest movie I have ever, ever seen. I spent the first 10 minutes confused, the second 10 minutes laughing, and then I turned it off. I don’t use a word like “stupidest” lightly. I’ve seen a lot of stupid movies. This is the worst. I’m tempted to say that it’s so bad that it transcends bad and becomes that sort of cultishly good movie that’s worth watching for how bad it is. But it’s not. It’s worse than that. This movie should be destroyed for the good of mankind.

  • http://www.honeybowtie.com/blog/ Kate O’

    When it came out, there seemed to be this hushed reverence about it and no one would say a disparaging word. When I saw it, I realized it was just that no one understood it and that means most people who saw it thought it was just that good. No, people. It was asinine.

  • Jim Kiley

    My ex-boos (biff) LOVED this movie. Because of that, I never watched it. Glad I was right.

  • http://theogeo.blogspot.com Lindsey

    About the time that someone made the argument that perhaps the natives couldn’t see the ships coming because they had no concept for ships, I realized it was best to just imagine the movie was a parody of something much more meaningful. Sheesus, what a painful flick.

  • Tobin

    I haven’t seen that one yet. Though not sure I ever wanted to that bad. Though Megaforce holds the title of worst thing I have ever seen.