10 Worst Movies of All Time | List of Bad Movies

Worst Movies Ever Made

Yes, deciding whether something is good or not is pretty subjective. Your favorite film may not be your best friend’s cup of tea and vice versa. But these films are an exception. There’s a general consensus between both viewers and critics of their abhorring badness.

So without further ado, here’s our list of the 10 worst movies of all time.

10 Worst Movies of All Time | List of Bad Movies

10Alone in the Dark (2005)

Worst Movies of All Time Alone in the Dark (2005)
Christian Slater, Stephen Dorff, and Tara Reid in Alone in the Dark (2005)

Alone in the Dark (2005) is horror action film starring Christian Slater in the lead as Edward Carnby, a supernatural detective (because that’s a thing, apparently) who discovers the long-lost tribe of the Abskani. Unfortunately, it turns out that this tribe worships demons who are waiting to resurface in the real world.

The film is the fourth of the Infogrames video game series. Check out its reviews at Rotten Tomatoes, where it has an aggregate score of 1%, for proof of its awful plot and execution. Even Slater’s charm can’t save it.

9Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2008)

Worst Movies Ever Made Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)
Whitney Moore and Alan Bagh in Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)

Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller film The Birds, Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2008) tell the story of a software engineer who finally scores with his high school crush (now a Victoria Secret model) when they have sex at a motel. Everything seems all good and okay until they wake up to their town being terrorized by mutated birds driven crazy by global warming.

The film is as ridiculous as it sounds with its D-movie production value and undeveloped characters. But if you’re a fan of hate watching bad movies, this is the perfect film for you.

8Disaster Movie (2008)

Worst Movies of All Time Disaster Movie (2008)
Nicole Parker, Gary ‘G. Thang’ Johnson, and Matt Lanter in Disaster Movie (2008)

As its title implies, Disaster Movie (2008) is, well, a disaster movie in every sense of the word.

It works on the premise that Amy Winehouse predicted the end of the world on August 29, 2008 way back in 10,001 B.C. The film follows the story of a group of 20-something friends who are caught in a mix of every natural disaster imaginable. Surprisingly, this unassuming group will have to save the world with the use of a crystal skull.

Aggravating its bad premise is the tons of bad pop culture references found in the film. Not to mention its abundance lowest-common-denominator jokes.

7The Last Airbender (2010)

Noah Ringer in The Last Airbender (2010)
Noah Ringer in The Last Airbender (2010)

Director M Night Shyamalan earned the ire of an entire fanbase when he messed up the live-action adaptation of a beloved animated series.

While the film works on the same premise as the series, the film was a failure because of a bad mixture of flat acting, bad dialogue and the use of a generic storyline. It was also criticized for its ‘racebending’ when it cast white actors to play Asian characters.

The film was also famously rejected by the series’ creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. The Last Airbender (2010) is truly a 101 on how not to do a film adaptation.

6Jack and Jill (2011)

Adam Sandler and Rohan Chand in Jack and Jill (2011)
Adam Sandler and Rohan Chand in Jack and Jill (2011)

Seriously, when was the last time comedian Adam Sandler made or starred in a good movie?

In Jack and Jill (2011), he stars as the titular Jack and Jill, a pair of twins who can’t get along. Jack becomes torn about letting his sister stay through Thanksgiving and Hanukkah when she gets on his nerves. Unfortunately, Al Pacino, who Jack needs to star for his commercial, takes a liking to Jill (for some reason).

This film’s plot isn’t as ridiculous as the others on this list but it earned ire for the film’s overuse of the gag of Adam Sandler playing both twins.

5Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star (2011)

Worst Movies Ever Made Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)
Christina Ricci and Nick Swardson in Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)

After discovering his parents’ past career as pornstars, small-town boy Bucky Larson decides to go to Hollywood in an attempt to fulfill his ‘destiny’ to be X-rated actors like his parents. However, his biggest shortcoming will be his ticket to stardom.

Developed and co-written by Adam Sandler (which you know can’t be good), the film is infamous for not getting a single fresh review making it one of the lowest rated films on the aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Yikes.

4Fateful Findings (2013)

After waking up from a car accident induced coma, our protagonist Dylan finds that he has gained a heightened awareness of the world. Focusing his abilities on knowing the government and the corporate world’s deepest secrets, he uncovers information about a secret that politicians and rich businessmen have been keeping from the public.

To be honest, the film isn’t as bad or notorious as the likes of The Room or Troll 2. It’s just a really bad film with its complicated mix of plotlines about government conspiracy and mysticism.

3Movie 43 (2013)

Worst Movies of All Time Movie 43 (2013)
Elizabeth Banks and Josh Duhamel in Movie 43 (2013)

This film is basically stitching outrageous spoofs and stories starring the industry’s best and brightest talents. Seriously, how were they able to trick them into starring in such a disastrous film? That must’ve been a good pitch they did to get the likes of Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts on board.

Despite its star-studded cast and the group of very talented people who worked behind the camera, Movie 43 was both a commercial and critical failure. It’s criticized for its use of mean-spirited and juvenile humor to get some cheap laughs which actually made its actors uncomfortable to play their roles.

2United Passions (2014)

Gérard Depardieu in United Passions (2014)
Gérard Depardieu in United Passions (2014)

United Passions (2014) is a ‘drama’ film about the beginnings of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) starring Tim Roth, Gérard Depardieu, and Sam Neill.

Funded by FIFA itself, the film, unfortunately, opened during the time of the 2015 FIFA corruption controversy. It earned a meager $918 during its opening weekend in the United States.

1The Room (2003)

Worst Movies Ever Made The Room (2003)
Philip Haldiman, Tommy Wiseau, and Greg Ellery in The Room (2003)

Does this movie even need an explanation?

Universally acknowledged as the worst movie ever made, The Room (2003) is exactly the type of film an alien will make if they only learned about human behavior and filmmaking from other films.

Directed, written, produced and led by the enigmatic Tommy Wiseau, The Room tells the story of a man who seemingly has a perfect life. But the plot isn’t the most standout part of the film.

It’s the bad dialogue and the equally bad delivery.

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