50 Most Hated Movies Ever Made

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    • Heisenberg

      Mar 5th 2012, 7:27

      Ah this list is a crock of s**t. There seems to be a quite a few sequels that simply didn't live up to their predecessor/s, and movies that just werent that good, but very few have a reason to be truly hated. A fair chuck of these movies are not actually that bad, and im sorry but when your quoting a "I HATE MICHAEL BAYS TRANSFORMERS" fanpage, you must know your struggling. I don't know why it is, but these fanboys seem to think that any movie should be made to suit their needs coz they 'know the material' instead of telling a story that would sell better to the masses. That just doesn't make sense. This is poor effort of a list, D-.

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    • Bandit1

      Mar 5th 2012, 8:37

      Well, this was kind of a difficult list. So many different types of movies....so many different types of hatred. Some I couldn't agree more (Catwoman, Twilight, The Happening, Battlefield Earth). But quite some I actually liked, like Indy 4 (Indy is still Indy....just get rid of Shia!). TCM and X3 were no masterpieces, but far from being hated by me. And Forrest and Crash??? Of course everybody's got a different taste and sometimes it's cool to go with the flow and just hate a movie. But there were movies made that are more hated I guess than some of the ones in the list.

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    • Jeffbiscuits

      Mar 5th 2012, 8:44

      Good list. I knew mostly what to expect when i read it though. Sequels, remakes and adaptations of much loved source material. And the fanboy websites are where the hatred is going to be found.

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    • Firedragon76

      Mar 5th 2012, 9:45

      I don't know anyone who hates Love Actually. Huh.

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    • MikeyRix

      Mar 5th 2012, 10:04

      There were, uh, a few films here I actually liked/ really liked, but I'm ridiculously glad #38 was in there. Quite possibly the only film that still makes me f*****g angry two years on. AND I had to sit through the "Wrath" trailer when I went to the cinema over the weekend...I wanted to throw someone at the screen. Yep, someone. Not a typo.

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    • Hadouken76

      Mar 5th 2012, 10:19

      George Lucas responsible for the first two? What a surprise! I wouldn't be surprised if Spielberg is keeping him at arms length and continues to hang out with PROPER directors like Jackson and Cameron.

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    • ChrisWootton

      Mar 5th 2012, 10:29

      I hate Love Actually.. with a passion I'd not realised was possible.

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    • redflost

      Mar 5th 2012, 10:58

      The Online Review bit for Love Actually was ridiculous, first of all the actors are not c**p, they are the very best actors that you could find anywhere and at the end they say "The prats who liked that film are the reason it has not been condemed." well then it's not a hated film then

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    • redflost

      Mar 5th 2012, 11:04

      ...and since when are Titanic and Forrest Gump considered Hated, at least give this feature the tile biggest diassapointments, hated is a bit strong

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    • OvalteenJenkins

      Mar 5th 2012, 11:27

      Here is a great review for Sex and the City by Mark Kermode (BBC 5 Live). It's absolute gold for anyone who hates this movie

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    • OvalteenJenkins

      Mar 5th 2012, 11:27

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHeQeHstrsc

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    • piffle

      Mar 5th 2012, 11:53

      As a list of "hated movies" its pretty c**p, lots of these are regarded well by a lot of people. However as a list of movies that inspire extreme, often stupidly rabid, negative reactions from a minority this does the job.

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    • CaptainCrazy

      Mar 5th 2012, 12:08

      List is okay, althoug choosing to use forum users as the voice of reason seems dubious. Unless TF writers are the posters on those sites when they feel like going slumming. Anyhoo, I am probably in the minority (according to the article), but I prefer Ang Lee's Hulk to the new one.

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    • JohnJDuffy

      Mar 5th 2012, 12:17

      You may aswell add John Carter right now.

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    • Fooksy

      Mar 5th 2012, 12:26

      I agree with most of the entries in this list and as an avid Star Wars and Indy fan I expected Episode 1 and Indy 4 to be up there but some of the "typical reviews" posted are ridiculous. Reviews that are simply mindless, thoughtless, lashouts at something they didnt like. A personal opinion is not a review. Granted, a lot of these movies were a let down or were just plain bad but "FUK U FUK U FUK U" is not a review and these people should be put in the same catagory as the (mainly) garbage they're moaning about. Dont get me wrong, TF, I'm a big fan of your features and lists but when you (pretty much) nail a top 50, surely you can find some evidence of pure hatred that was written by someone with an IQ in double figures! There are movies out there that I can't stand (Lady in the Water is one on this list...oh and The Happening!) but at least I can give a relavtively good reason why and not just shout abuse at the screen! Rant over :-)

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    • ChrisWootton

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:16

      But it's not a list of movies that are rated badly by a review they are list of movies which are hated by the general public for whatever reason.. hence the "Hell hath no fury like a fanboy scorned" sub heading.

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    • acuteringsting

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:18

      @OvalteenJenkins: just watched the Kermode review. Reasoned disgust: THAT is how to hate a movie. I salute you for your quality link, sir.

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    • kardom1

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:20

      I actually quite like the "top 3" especially Forrest Gump which gets loads of unnecessary stick. Total Film mentions the hatred of it because it beat Pulp Fiction and Shawshank at the Oscars. Not Gumps fault and up until then it was liked by the majority. But thats fan boys for you. Gump worse than Batman and Robin, Battlefield Earth, Transformers 2, EPIC MOVIE!!!!!! Do me a favour Total Film, don't pander, dare to be different.

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    • dangerousdays

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:22

      pretty p**s-poor list really. I only hate handful of them. don't get me wrong at least half are pretty bad films but hated?? really? This list could have been a lot better. There's actually some films on here that I think are more loved than hated. Oh well can't get right every time can you totalfilm, you're only human. must do better next time!

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    • Fooksy

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:26

      @ChrisWootton: I understand this, and believe me I have been (deeply, deeply) scorned by movies on this very list but if your going to attack a movie for upsetting/distressing/generally p**sing you off, cant it be done in, at least, a semi-intellectual way? It just irritates me (generally speaking now) how people can call a film rubbish yet have no sensible arguement as to why :-/ Anyway, it's a fun pop and some of the hashes of Hollywood, all good fun...or in this case ousted rage!

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    • Delfilm

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:28

      There's a lesson to be learned here: It extremely hard to make good re-makes or sequels (that includes prequels)!

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    • ChrisWootton

      Mar 5th 2012, 13:46

      Hey Fooksy, yeah I get your point.. although personally speaking I think I invented some new swear words when I was trying to explain how much I hated Crystal Skulls.. I quite like the Redletter media reviews of the star wars prequels .. you should check them out as they quite expertly state what they think is wrong with the film (incredibly in depth as well) but also use some colourful metaphors to back it up... very amusing.

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    • TinyBoots

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:11

      The supporting comments for this feature were fairly hit and miss. Mostly miss. Mark Kermode and other genuinely well-informed people vs some of the worst morons ever to be let loose on the internet. The Twilight freak for starters - "the books changed me some how" ............."some how"? You don't even know what changed and what in the books made you change? Did you change from a person who had not read the Twilight books to a person who had read the Twilight books? And then the rest just seemed to be over-excitable losers with no way to express themselves other than through CAPITAL LETTERS and naughty swear words. Really - if the writers for TF can't find better people to back up their features than the above morons, they should probably just stay quiet on the feature front.

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    • SiMan

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:15

      We all agree remakes are generally rubbish, but, from the list above which one film would you pick to be made again? I would either go for X3 (wasn't the abomination we all feared, but still a wasted opportunity) or Terminator Salvation. That film was in no way what i imagined the future war would be like as Kyle Reese describes it in the first Terminator film. Again, a wasted opportunity.

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    • aleks989

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:18

      I have to disagree on Pearl Harbor, Titanic and Forrest Gump. These movies were fantastic, Forrest Gump especially.

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    • MxMagpie

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:27

      What's wrong with Constantine!? Seriously, I know it's not amazing but I have a soft spot for it and have no idea why it should be hated.

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    • thedanieljson

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:28

      Forest Gump and Avatar - YES THANK YOU. I loathe those two films. And, to defend TF, the point of the 'typical reviews' was to show how the films are universally hated, not just by critics. In fact, that even the fools that do use 'capital letters and naughty swear words' find bollocks like Uwe Boll offensive and c**p is a hope for us all. At least I THINK that was the point.

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    • MxMagpie

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:42

      Also STFU about Sucker Punch. I enjoyed it. .. though I fall victim to amazing visuals fairly easily... That and Emily Browning... but it was a fun film!

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    • FBCMatthew36

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:46

      How is "Jason X" not number 1!

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    • smellyhands

      Mar 5th 2012, 14:54

      The problem with this list is that a film that you hate doesn't necessarily make it a bad film and visa versa. I hated "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and "s****h". In fact s****h is the only film I have walked out of. I know they are not bad films but they just rub me the wrong way. Lets not confuse whats bad and whats hated.

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    • FBJThomas38

      Mar 5th 2012, 16:35

      Am i the only one who enjoyed The Spirit? i will admit it was a little disappointing but its by no means a bad film.

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    • nkutzler

      Mar 5th 2012, 16:40

      Guess I'm a tool, because Superman Returns is a great film. I haven't seen it too many times, but it's incredibly well made, and I actually wish Kevin Spacey would be Luthor in the reboot.

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    • FBMTzintzi

      Mar 5th 2012, 17:02

      Thank you for putting "Titanic", "Crash" and "Avatar" on the list. Everyone looks at me like I'm from Mars when I say they're awful.

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    • Hadouken76

      Mar 5th 2012, 17:13

      Ryan Sweeney really needs a girlfriend / job / life / non-parent-owned house/ all of the above.

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    • Indianabones

      Mar 5th 2012, 23:17

      I would have to say Phantom Menace wasn't my least favourite, close but not the worst of the 6, the one that should be on this List is Attack of the Clones! god damn awful movie, I think the only time I actually enjoyed it was the hologram of the Death star! least Phantom Menace had Darth Maul (a Villian severly under used) and the pod race! Transformers 2 was awful, no heart, no soul no story! and yes a few movies on there i enjoyed and some i hated..... I nearly thought it might have been Dalidabs top 50 films ;) (well i know there are a couple of his fave films on there)

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    • deedeedragons

      Mar 5th 2012, 23:47

      So glad Forrest Gump is here, and so high. I HATE that film.

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    • killeklaus

      Mar 6th 2012, 2:51

      Wow this is definitely not an accurate list, why not replace all the films that are listed with movie that are actually classified as terrible film making. Some movies actually belong on the list like House of the Dead but I see a lot of over exaggerating like movies Forest Gump, Titanic and especially Avatar. There are even a ton of the movies list that would be classified as mediocre and that shouldn't be on there. There is a ton of cheese out there that can make well over a list of 50 movies. This list seems like something a person I know would make, like for an example this is how he thinks movies that have no violence or sex is a bad movie, or also if a movie is reviewed positive by a large number of ppl or is making a ton of money he has to hate the movie and if the movie bomb is reviewed really bad he thinks its an awsome movie. Anyways more and more ppl are like this, IMO I think movies should be credited more on film making rather than how most movies are today. Then maybe Hollywood would care about what they put out there rather than making a quick buck.

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    • ega1993

      Mar 6th 2012, 9:25

      As soon as Love Actually showed up on this list, this entire thing lost it's credibility. That was a wonderful movie, with a surprisingly complex structure and what I thought was some really lovely acting. Anyone who thinks "it's the worst movie of all time," obviously doesn't watch a lot of movies. Absolutely ridiculous.

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    • QuietLife

      Mar 6th 2012, 9:54

      I'm gonna back @MxMagpie on Sucker Punch. Loved everything about the visuals/Emily Browning. Also, quite enjoyed the film although I'm sure I'll pay for that comment. These lists are never gonna please everyone/anyone though...

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    • QuietLife

      Mar 6th 2012, 9:55

      Also although I do hate Love Actually, I hate at least 50 films more than it...

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    • QuietLife

      Mar 6th 2012, 9:56

      Oh and one more, @FBJThomas38, I think you might be...

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    • Heisenberg

      Mar 6th 2012, 10:18

      This is my point, its such a pointless list. Whether a movie is bad or not is not reference to whether someone will hate it, which means its so subjective that pretty much every movie ever made will have at least some people who can't stand it, for whatever reasons: it's too loveydovey, it's too gory, it stars Jennifer Lopez etc. I know 2 people who genuinely hate The Dark Knight, which i think says it all.

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    • FILMartin

      Mar 6th 2012, 10:22

      If this is a sort of fanboy-hate list, I really don't get some of the titles you've added. Anyway: One title I really expected to see was DOOM (seriously: I checked the list twice, convinced I had missed it the first time). I'm lost for words!! The Rock (Johnson) at least admitted that this wasn't great stuff: On letterman he was asked about how he prepared for this character, and he started off by being really serious, before he broke out laughing and said: "Who am I kidding? All I do is beat up guys. I'm just a big, bada** guy with a big, bada** gun. There's no real acting involved". And that pretty much sums up DOOM....

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    • jarrettwdavis

      Mar 6th 2012, 13:58

      Pretty good list, but I'd really like to know how some of the movies made this list. Some are a given (Battlefield Earth, Hulk, etc...), but some movies on this list aren't given the credit they list! Avatar, although the story was awful, I feel like what it did for films now is important; if it wasn't for James Cameron and this movie, we wouldn't have 3D like we have it now! I think this list would be better served as the "45 Most Hated Movies Ever Made" because I would take about 5 off this list.

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    • FBDRose

      Mar 6th 2012, 15:07

      Really constantine? WTH?

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    • ChrisWootton

      Mar 6th 2012, 17:03

      we wouldn't have 3D like we have it now... what badly done in post conversion like they all are these days? John Carter included

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    • Seedorf

      Mar 7th 2012, 0:06

      @nkutzler I like Superman Returns. Certainly no hate from me. @ Heisenberg. Totally agree. It's all someone's opinion, so therefore totally subjective. It makes me laugh when people say Total Film got it wrong with these lists. It's as if people do not understand it is their opinion. There is nothing written in stone that states what films should appear on any given list. If 10 people had a different opinion of what should be on the most hated 50 films list, which list would actually be correct?

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    • FBKCurtzel

      Mar 7th 2012, 12:00

      This list seems to ignore about a hundred years of film history. Maybe you should hire someone who has some cinematic knowledge prior to the 1990's to write for you. I'm putting this list in my 50 most hated and poorly researched lists of all time.

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    • dex2010

      Mar 8th 2012, 17:47

      lady in the water,superman returns and gump should not be there.

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    • veers

      Mar 8th 2012, 20:20

      This is yet another list that unwisely declares to contain Most Something. This is the worst list so far, but the problem with almost all these Total Film lists is that they state the theme as being absolute, when rare themes of these lists are not. In this particular list, yes, it's been compiled with no apparent unifying criteria - films just thrown in to make the even 50 count. TCM2003? T4? H2007? F4? Elm Street 2010? The Last Stand? Not adored does not equal being hated - it's just people being *indifferent* to the movie. And some films are actually liked, based on their IMDb ratings: Love Actually (7.8), Avatar (8.1), Titanic (7.5 - does Kinnear have a beef with Cameron?) and Forrest Gump (8.7 - though in my *opinion* it is s#!t). Besides, we already have an *official* list - it's called The IMDb Bottom 100 and the most glaring omissions on the Total Film list are the following Bottom 100 movies: #90 Gigli (2.4), #74 Alone in the Dark (2.3), #55 Son of the Mask (2.1), #49 Glitter (2.0), #39 The Hottie & the Nottie (1.9) and #24 Disaster Movie (1.7 - you have two Camerons, why can't you have ALL Friedberg/Seltzer turds?). Total failure, Total Film.

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    • FBTBlam

      Mar 9th 2012, 11:40

      Eh??? The most hated movies ever are obviously Pasolini's Salo, Deodatos Cannibal Holocaust, The second Guinea Pig movie: A Flower of Flesh and Blood, and A Serbian Film.

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    • BBRodriguez

      Mar 9th 2012, 16:26

      Anyone else notice that the resident evil mega fanboys user name was Final Fantasy??? You'd think if he was that much of a fanboy, he'd have resident evil as his username over another game :P

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    • LeisSuit

      Mar 9th 2012, 20:31

      I'm not going to beat a dead horse by stating that there are some pretty bad choices for this list, but I am going to list a few that should have been placed here instead: Either of the Timothy Dalton bond movies would have been better choices than Die Another Day; T3 shoulld beon the list instead of T:Salvation(the 3rd movie was nothing more than a remake of the 2nd film!); The

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    • LeisSuit

      Mar 9th 2012, 20:33

      whoops, the last part of my comment cut off...was just going to add the 4 PoTC movie, in place of the one they listed. The 4th one was just sad.

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    • Dalekbuster523

      Mar 9th 2012, 21:16

      I like Superman returns,Fantastic Four,Spiderman 3,Pirates of the Caribbean: At world's end and Avatar. They were good. Same can't be said about Transformers 2,though. 2nd Transformers film was too confusing and made no sense whatsoever,and that's coming from a Whovian who enjoys watching Steven Moffat's timey wimey plots on Doctor Who. Little Fockers and Walle should be on this list.

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    • fortunefox

      Mar 10th 2012, 7:19

      Your list is seriouly rediculous. How can you possibly have Titanic and Avatar in the top 10? Okaaaaayyyy.... And furthermore, any list of the worst movies that doesn't have The Libertine sitting up there at numero uno is whack. Just sayin...

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    • MadMatt

      Mar 11th 2012, 0:41

      Not surprised to see Avatar on this list, as anything that becomes incredibly successful is a natural target for the bile of angry internet folk (unlike the good-natured intellectuals like us who frequent Total Film's site). But the quoted criticism by 'Maria Bustillos' leaves me completely baffled. She says: "...Here is a story with an alleged anti-corporatist message, underwritten by a huge corporation to the tune of $250 million plus. It preaches closeness with (outer-space) nature, but must have produced CO2 emissions at the rate of a dozen oil refineries..." Putting aside the huge promotional tree-planting initiative Cameron and Fox started... what the f**k is she talking about? Does she believe that all of those spaceships and vehicles are real things, belching pollution all over the idyllic planet that she seems to think they actually visited, bringing a giant crew and their gas-guzzling Winnebagos with them? The entire movie was shot on a small empty stage with a handful of actors in spotted pyjamas, wasn't it? If that's generating 'oil refinery'-level CO2 emissions then she needs to start protesting outside off-Broadway fringe theatre shows for similar irresponsibility. And all this is before we get onto her assertion that the film's 'misogynistic'. Shut up, you silly cow... ;)

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    • FBSHarrigan

      Mar 23rd 2012, 2:30

      http://www.videodetective.com/movies/superman-4-the-quest-for-peace/1380 I think this list has room for two Superman movies. Superman Returns was probably a worse film as it was pretty much a Soap Opera fill of plot holes. One being that Superman does not notice the continent is made of Kryptonite until Lex Luthor tells him; he should have crashed out of the sky before he even within 50 feet of the surface. Superman 4: The Quest for Peace is not a much better film though. The entire film seemed to be a Public Service Announcement against nuclear arms. I also question how a super powered alien ignoring the entire world's political and governmental systems is heartwarming. I'd think people would be terrified that he could take over whenever he wanted. People hated Superman 4 and superman fans still despise it to this day.

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    • Rankles

      May 31st 2012, 11:44

      Agree with most of this, including the #1, but The Last Airbender should be higher than #11. Anyone who has seen the animated series the film is based on will have immediately wished a slow and painful demise on Shyamalan (perhaps forcing him to repeatedly watch his own films until his brain turns to mush). It's not just the casting c**k-up either, far from it. There was none of the humour or character development that made the series so good, the script and acting were offensively poor and the "action" scenes were akin to watching wood warp. Shyamalan should never have been allowed to make another film after this abomination....

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    • edwardmatupa

      Oct 27th 2012, 13:38

      f*****g b******t why is avatar up thre fcuk you

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    • FBJJakob

      Dec 22nd 2012, 12:25

      I may be the only human on earth who liked the Godzilla remake haha, though I've never seen the originals so I can't compare I guess

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    • filmstar09

      Dec 29th 2012, 5:56

      @ega1993 You are a moron. The list has so much credibility BECUASE it contains that stinking piece of s**te that is known as the neverending story LOVE ACTUALLY. That movie sucks and has no credibility like your commernt. Typical born in the 90s prick.

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    • haganosborne

      Dec 29th 2012, 10:13

      Crash is god awful and doesn't hold a candle to Brokeback Mountain.

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    • Pearceyy96

      Dec 29th 2012, 13:03

      Hated is a very strong word to use. Avatar is class, the woman and some men loved love actually, nothing wrong with Forrest Gump, Indy 4 isn't as good as others but still a lot of fun... Just that t**t Shia who makes it number 1. Spider-man 3 was a fail but the action is up there as the best of the trilogy. This feature p****d me. I disagreed with them all exact Clash Of the titans, Psycho, Battlefield Earth

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    • wibble

      Dec 29th 2012, 13:33

      Can't say I hate any of these movies. Some I didn't like and I'm open to hating SATC2 if I'm ever forced to watch it. Some may be, to use a cliche, Marmite, but if we use measurements like box office takings and gongs received, some of them clearly are more liked than hated.

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    • barryc

      Dec 29th 2012, 15:40

      Can honestly say I've never ever met anyone who claimed to hate Forest Gump, especially not to the point where it would warrant being number 3 in a list like this, ahead of the likes of the Happening and Lady in the Water. One of the best movie soundtracks of all time as well. So what,,,,, it won an oscar ahead of others, hate the academy then, not the movie.

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    • barryc

      Dec 29th 2012, 15:43

      Oh and that review of Avatar WTF,, I'd rather watch Avatar a 100 more times than read anything else by that critic, what a load of feminist nonsense!! Avatar shouldn't be on this list as more people loved it than hated it, which will be proved when the sequels come out.

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    • guybrush2304

      Dec 29th 2012, 19:05

      I hate League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,maybe Moore was correct about his graphic novels,they are pretty much unfilmable.

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    • FBJBrown22

      Dec 30th 2012, 0:40

      Jesus Christ i hate that Final Fantasy reviewer more than i hate any of the films on this list. If i had paid to watch a film and some little f*****g nerdy s******d, who has never kissed a girl threw a drink at the screen and ripped it, i would take great pleasure in kicking his head up and down the aisles all f******g night, regardless of how bad the film is, the moron. Although i would have to watch out incase any of his resident evil action figures attacked me. The f*****g GIMP. Rant over

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    • LSJShez

      Dec 30th 2012, 10:48

      I still think Ang Lee's Hulk is cruelly underrated.

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    • diarmaidtwomey

      Dec 30th 2012, 14:34

      Crash was a brilliant film! This list is seriously suspect!

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    • Punchbowl

      Dec 30th 2012, 16:07

      I hate Love Actually. I mean proper, usually reserved for racists and Nazis, hate.

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    • johnmeredith

      Dec 30th 2012, 23:48

      The reason for Hulk being hated was this: "Do yourself a favor. If you haven't seen this movie... DON'T. I feel like I wasted 2 hours and 8 dollars on this piece of garbage. If you want to see a movie that has action or explosions, find a theater still showing Matrix Reloaded, or wait for T3. Either way, avoid this one." gavynhelfyre, IMDb Terminator 3? Matrix Reloaded? Are you all a bunch of inbred whack jobs? There might be reason to dislike Hulk, bit that is not evidence to do so. Total Film phone home an article. Again.

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    • marciiasr

      Dec 31st 2012, 0:21

      OMG, how can you hate Forrest Gump?

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    • bigboi000

      Feb 8th 2013, 7:42

      They should add Dragonball Evolution to that list

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    • deathbystereo

      Feb 16th 2013, 13:48

      Hate to state the obvious but Forrest Gump should not be on this list

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    • kevneville

      Jun 28th 2013, 12:59

      Simon Kinnear should be fired this list should really be the films i hate the most, it clearly shows he has no idea of a decent film (possibly music too) okay i agree with one or two but Titanic's possibly one of the best movies ever made (if you overlook Shawshank, Pulp Fiction, The Godfather, Star Wars (4-6) etc). Forrest Gump and Pearl Harbour are easily one of the best films of there respective release years. However i do agree that it was a bad move for film-makers to do a new nightmare on elm street, anybody who has seen Rob Englund as Freddy and thinks of nightmare on elm street thinks automatically of him, it's the same with superman films (chris reeves) or the godfather (al pacino) these sort of remakes should never be considered of course it's going to get a p**s poor review. I also agree with the james bond film, i know there are a lot of die hard bond fans around the world but come on how many times can you watch a guy (regardless who the actor is) smash up nice cars, drink a lot of martini's (p**s head), sleep with a lot of women and kill the bad guy it's f*****g boring and predictable (Sorry that's just how i see it). it's like watching any other film that goes passed number 3 (and that's being generous). most of these are reasonably good films (resident evil, avatar, superman returns etc)

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    • FBYBrown

      Oct 27th 2013, 13:09

      "OH, NO! NOT THE BEES! NOT THE BEES! AAAAAHHHHH! OH, THEY'RE IN MY EYES! MY EYES! AAAAHHHHH! AAAAAGGHHH!" How much you want to bet that when fans see Nicholas Cage, they're screaming this line in his face?

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    • FBPBoland

      Oct 27th 2013, 15:31

      Agree with pretty much all of these with one exception. Swap Forrest Gump for the last Die Hard movie and the list is pretty much spot on.

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    • tomhunt

      Nov 6th 2013, 8:43

      This list indeed has some absolutely terrible movies. However, there a good deal of these that are actually pretty awesome. League of Extraordinary Gentleman? Really, that's supposed to be a most hated movie ever? Yes, it didn't take off like critics thought it would, but there are still plenty of people, like myself who enjoy watching it. Other movies like, Resident Evil, Van Helsing, and for crying out loud, Sucker Punch?! Really? That was a f*****g awesome movie, and almost on par with Kick a*s, for graphic novel adaptions. Even Epic Move, while terribly made and extremely cheesy, has some seriously funny parts. Come on, don't tell me you didn't laugh at Cinderella's "Head-On" commercial. Besides that movie wasn't supposed to be well made, I'm pretty sure that the cast of Scary Movie just had fun with that one. Granted, for the most part remakes (especially by Michael "White Shirt and dirty face makes a movie" Bay) isn't going to be like the original, but with Planet of the Apes I'm pretty sure either one is just as bad both time. If you wanted to add a terrible movie in why didn't you add Rise of the Planet of the Apes? James Franco playing in a movie about smart apes? Might as well have called it Rise of Keanu Reeves, since I'm pretty sure a trained ape could have even made a better movie let alone had better acting. I mean they're spot on with Spider Man 3, absolutely horrendous. I never want to see Toby Maquire play in another movie as long as I live. He was terrible in The Great Gatsby remake. Watched a version from the 70's the other day, and it was actually better! Better acting for the most part, better cinematography, and no CGI whatsoever. Plus it played better to the spirit of the book than the Leonardo DiCaprio version. The Avengers was actually really well done too, although I never saw the series that inspired the movie. One that genuinely surprises me is Avatar. How the hell did that make the list? It's like whoever made this list just looked at high end box office listings for the last ten years and just added movies at random. Granted, it's a geeky show, but I don't know anyone who didn't enjoy it. Plus it's like the creator of this list has a vendetta against James Cameron. Even Titanic is there! Come on dude, get off your high horse and get real. Yeah you have some good points with Twilight and Star Wars Episode one, but there's a lot of movies there that we're actually pretty good.

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    • deepfocus

      Nov 10th 2013, 16:52

      My take (those not seen are omitted): 1 - INDY - Mediocre. In other words, worse than bad. 2 - PHANTOM MENACE - Considering the insatiable demand for CG, this might have been OK, if not Jar-Jar's calculated whimsy and indecipherable jargon, which in itself was enough to undermine the whole enterprise. 3 - FORREST GUMP- Technically, fine. Forrest's ironclad opacity more cloying than any box of chocolates, unless it was Hanks' necessarily flat performance. Movie somewhat salvaged by Sinese and Wright. 4 - TWILIGHT - Tried, but hated the book too much anyway. 5 - PSYCHO REMAKE - Not bad, just pointless. When Tony Perkins played Bates, the deal was done. Sheer luck that comparison didn't ruin talented Vaughn's career. 6 - BATMAN & ROBIN (OR ANY GRAPHIC NOVEL MOVIE) - I know I'm going to get hammered for this, but c'mon, folks--are we actually accusing any graphic novel adaptation of having contrived plots and 2-dimensional (and physically dazzling) characters? Rank hyperbole is most of the fun! Lighten up! (EXCEPTIONS: Watchmen and Sin City: Superb.) 8 - TITANIC: Cameron is more of a technician than an artist, pure and simple. His films look great; dialog is serviceable and VERY occasionally brilliant, but - like M. Knight Shyamalan - he should stop trying to force "meaning" into shallow scripts. 12 - THE HAPPENING: It wasn't just bad. The writing was shoddier than usual - even laughable - and the cinematography, always a high point in MNS's films, was lackluster and stodgy. The actors didn't have a chance with this turkey. As far as I'm concerned, ever since the "The Sixth Sense," it's been downhill for this guy. 16 - THE HULK: This one baffles me. Maybe they kicked Ang Lee off the project but used his name as punishment for snubbing some Hollywood bigwig? Anything's possible. 19 - ALIEN VS. PREDATOR: Two of the most memorable villains post Star Wars cancel each other out. Marketing-wise, I suppose it made some sort of bad sense. Artistically, a cleaner miss there never was. (In fact, I almost forgot that I'd seen it.) 22 - BATTLEFIELD EARTH: I actually reviewed this one for a periodical years ago: "For people who think bad sci-fi is better than none at all ... but with two redeeming features: Forrest Whitaker and a hilarious, tooty-sounding holographic teacher from another conquered race." 23 - LoEG: See #6. 24 - PEARL HARBOR - For all the squawking about Michael Bay, he seems to keep raking it in. Same goes for M. Night Shyamalan. 25 - THE AVENGERS - Sort of on the level of the last "Indy" movie - A little too good to be "bad," so it sinks into obscurity. The problem may lie in the timing: the sharp cheekiness of the TV show has a half-life of 60 minutes...? Just sayin'. 26 - PLANET OF THE APES (2001) - As with "Psycho," one begs the question: "What for?" "But what the hell," I says to myself, "Let's give it shot." And frankly, I thought the beginning was promising, until one of the ape-overlords misquoted Taylor's famous line from the 1968 classic. Then it was: let's give it a shot, alright -- right between the eyes. But to give due credit, Burton's choice to lift the ending from Pierre Boulle's novel is an interesting one. 30 - ALIEN RESURRECTION - Could have at least held its own with the rest of the franchise -- until we see what one of the most terrifying creatures in science fiction film transformed itself into: A flat-out insult to sci-fi aficionados in general, and to "Alien" fans in particular. Unforgivable. 36 - MATRIX SEQUELS - I vaguely remember seeing them. Am I right in thinking that we reconciled with the machines at the end of "Revolutions" and the sky turned blue? Was there much of a showdown? Do I care? 38 - CLASH OF THE TITANS - I have to disagree here. The filmmakers wanted to avoid what they called a "chessboard" adventure, and they sought to invest mythology from other ancient cultures -- Middle Eastern, mostly -- and tried to come up with an entertaining hybrid with some measure of success, in my opinion. Will it push the original aside? Of course not. But I thought this was a good try. And besides, Sam Worthington is hot. 41 and 46- CONSTANTINE and THE FANTASTIC FOUR - See #6. 46 - EXORCIST II - Despite my admiration for Boorman, I regret that I have to agree. There were a few scary scenes, but on the whole it failed at just about every level. 50 - DAREDEVIL - See #6.

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    • artbay

      Nov 10th 2013, 18:50

      In all due respect this a pretty silly list. Certainly a good number of these are really bad movies, and should certainly be included as most hated. But how can you have a number of the biggest box office hits in the history of cinema and call them "most hated". Is there any movie that doesn't have some who don't get it or like it. When I think of ALL the bad movies I've seen that are not on this list, and some of the one I have enjoyed making it, just doesn't add up. I think instead of calling this the 50 most hated films of all time, it should have been titled 50 films that I don't like.... would have made more sense.

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