The Worst Movies Of All Time

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The worst movies ever are generally hated by critics and movie-goers alike. These are pretty much the worst movies of all time and the funny thing is that most of these bad movies of all time are actually trying to be good. Well, at least they are entertaining! Entertainingly bad, that is. Anyone can contribute to this list of terrible movies, which makes these rankings an accurate, real-time reflection of the crowd's collective opinion about the worst films ever. 

What are the worst movies of all time? How about the worst movie ever made? This list is a little bit like doing community service - by voting on it, you're saving other people from having to watch the same really awful movies you've had to see. Consider it your good deed for the day. And if one of your favorite movies is on this bad movies list, take the hint that it may be time to expand your movie-watching tastes. Now, check out the list of what many call horrible films below and help determine the worst movie of all time.

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  • The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)
    Laurence R. Harvey, Ashlynn Yennie, Vivien Bridson
    1,168 votes
    • Released: 2011
    • Directed by: Tom Six

    Taking the already disturbing concept of its predecessor to a new level, this film follows a disturbed man who becomes obsessed with recreating the grotesque human centipede experiment from the first movie. Drenched in gratuitous gore and violence, the movie's stomach-churning storyline and lack of meaningful character development have cemented its place among cinema's worst.

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  • Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
    10,970 votes
    • Released: 2011
    • Directed by: Jon M. Chu

    This concert documentary primarily focuses on the teen idol's rise to fame, blending behind-the-scenes footage with live performances. Many critics have lambasted the film for its overly promotional tone and shallowness, arguing that it offers little insight into the artist's life beyond his manufactured image.

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  • The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)
    Bree Olson, Eric Roberts, Tommy Lister
    963 votes
    • Directed by: Tom Six

    The third installment of this controversial franchise sees a sadistic prison warden attempting to create an even larger human centipede from his inmates. Relying heavily on its shock factor and increasingly depraved plot devices, the film has been widely panned by critics and audiences alike for its gratuitous violence, weak narrative, and overall tastelessness.

  • 100 Tears
    Raine Brown, Jeff Dylan Graham, Kibwe Dorsey
    672 votes
    • Released: 2007
    • Directed by: Marcus Koch

    Centering on a vengeful circus clown who goes on a murderous rampage, this low-budget slasher flick suffers from poor writing, amateurish acting, and shoddy special effects. Despite some cult appeal for its over-the-top gore and cheesiness, most viewers will find it difficult to stomach.

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  • Mean Girls 2
    Claire Holt, Tim Meadows, Nicole Gale Anderson
    2,179 votes
    • Released: 2011
    • Directed by: Melanie Mayron

    This straight-to-video sequel attempts to recapture the charm and humor of the original cult classic but fails miserably. With a lackluster script and an entirely new cast of characters, the film lacks the wit and bite of its predecessor and is widely regarded as an unnecessary and disappointing follow-up.



    Emmy Rossum, Jamie Chung, James Marsters
    3,169 votes
    • Released: 2009
    • Directed by: James Wong

    This live-action adaptation of the popular manga and anime series has been widely maligned for its poor casting choices, unfaithful story adaptation, and lackluster special effects. Fans of the source material were left disappointed by the film's failure to capture the spirit and charm of the beloved franchise.