Take a look at our list of 25 of the absolute worst movies ever made.
It's hard to image how Warren Beatty, Dustin Hoffman and Elaine May could collectively make one of the worst movies ever, but they certainly managed the trick in 1987's "Ishtar."
Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall starred in the 1980 live-action version of "Popeye," one of director Robert Altman's rare missteps.
Rocky takes on a new protege who betrays him, in 1990's "Rocky V"
Cyndi Lauper and Jeff Goldblum play two psychics hired by Peter Falk (Harry) to look for his missing son in the 1988 film "Vibes." Despite opening in more than 1,000 theaters, it grossed less than $2 million at the box office.
1990's "Dick Tracy" has a cast that includes Warren Beatty, Madonna, Dustin Hoffman, Kathy Bates and Paul Sorvino. Yet the thing most people remember about the movie is that it was very bright and colorful. That is not a good sign.
Based on a cult comic strip, 1995's "Tank Girl" starred Lori Petty, Ice-T and Naomi Watts. While the movie had a great soundtrack, it's tough to get past the half-men, half-kangaroo characters.
Writer-director M. Night Shyamalan used to be a promising director. Then he made "The Village" followed by "Lady in the Water." But he was apparently only getting warmed up for the 2008 stinker "The Happening."
Following the success of "48 Hours" and "Beverly Hills Cop," Eddie Murphy scored a million dollar paycheck for about 10 minutes in the horrific 1984 comedy "Best Defense."
It was a beloved TV Western and you can't go wrong with a summer action flick starring Will Smith, can you? Add in Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh for some class and you get the flop "Wild Wild West."
1959's "Plan 9 From Outer Space" is often described as the "worst movie ever," and it's hard to argue with that label. Director Ed Wood put together an absolute classic mix of cheap props, inept acting and bad writing. Combined with the fact that star Bela Lugosi died during the shooting of the movie (he was replaced by an actor who hid his face with a cape), and you're left with a movie that is impossible to get out out of your head once you've seen it.
What's not to hate about a thriller featuring Linday Lohan in dual roles? "I Know Who Killed Me" flopped so hard it earned Lohan her three Razzie Awards, tying herself for "Worst Actress" and also "winning" "Worst Screen Couple" for both roles.
In the 1986 film "Meatballs 3: Summer Job," Sally Kellerman plays a deceased porn star whose only ticket into heaven is to help a nerd (Patrick Dempsey) lose his virginity at summer camp.
America was crazy for all things "American Idol" in 2003, but they apparently drew the line at the lame beach musical "From Justin to Kelly," starring Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini, the winner and runner-up from "Idol's" first season.
It was produced by George Lucas and written by the duo who did the screenplay for "Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom." But 1986's "Howard The Duck" was a disaster at the box office -- thanks in part to a truly idiotic duck suit.
One year after "Saturday Night Fever," John Travolta made one of the more uncomfortable movies of his career. 1978's "Moment By Moment" paired Travolta opposite Lily Tomlin in a romantic movie. Not surprisingly, it's never been released on DVD.
In 1984's "Rhinestone," a country music star (Dolly Parton) must turn an annoying New York cabbie (Sylvester Stallone) into a singer in order to win a bet. Not only does Stallone sing in the movie, he turned down the Michael Douglas role in "Romancing the Stone" to make the film.
Rob Schneider could have his own wing of the "Worst Movies Hall of Fame." But 2005's "Deuce Bigalow, European Gigolo" is the worst of the worst.
1988's "Earth Girls Are Easy" starred Geena Davis, Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, Damon Wayans and former MTV host Julie Brown (who also co-wrote the movie).
We're not sure what's funnier: The fact the movie poster for "Cool as Ice" hopefully touts it as Vanilla Ice's first motion picture or the film's tagline "When a girl has a heart of stone, there's only one way to melt it. Just add Ice."
In the 1996 movie "Kazaam," Shaquille O' Neal played a rapping genie who helps a kid reunite with his workaholic father.
In 1987's "Leonard Part 6," Bill Cosby plays a secret agent who is called out of retirement to save the world from an evil genius. The movie was so bad that Cosby made several appearances asking people not to go see it in the theaters.
2000's "Battlefield Earth" was based on a book written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. It was intended to be a tribute to Hubbard's book, but the resulting film's biggest accomplishment was to dress star John Travolta like a very angry Jar Jar Binks.
It's the Spice Girls ... and they're acting. That's all you need to know about 1997's "Spice World."
Halle Berry in a skintight catsuit. What could go wrong, right? Apparently a lot, as evidenced by the 2004 "superhero" flick "Catwoman."
How can you go wrong when building off the success of one of the best comedies ever made? Ask the makers of "Caddyshack II."
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