Worst movies of all time

Every year, hundreds of films are made. Due to the ubiquitous  nature of films in the entertainment industry, some of these films hold a special place in history as the worst films of all time.

Ultraviolet (2006)

Ultraviolet was the passion project of director Kurt Wimmer and stars Milla Jovovich, the frontwoman of the Resident Evil franchise. Ultraviolet is one of the worst films ever made, mostly because of its atrocious CGI. Aside from the subpar special effects, the dialogue is filled with technical jargon as if there was an entire series of previous movies that were never made. It is like watching Thor: Ragnarok without seeing any of the previous Marvel movies. Ultraviolet takes itself way too seriously, featuring some of the worst special effects ever to boot.  

Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)

Birdemic features far too many scenes of the main character driving to places in real time. The film comments on the harmful effects of global warming, and encourages audiences to do something about it, but isn’t an underlying message because of how heavy-handed it is. The only reason given as to why the birds are suddenly attacking people is because of global warming. The special effects are somehow worse than Ultraviolet’s. Some of the birds make the sounds of an airplane and explode, while others spit acid. Birdemic is also terribly edited and has a five-minute-long scene of the two main characters just dancing to a song.

Jack and Jill (2011)

What else needs to be said about why this movie is bad other than the fact that Adam Sandler plays both Jack and Jill? This low-hanging fruit of a movie shows the decline of Adam Sandler as an actor and comedian. Sandler has starred in some good movies in the past, like Punch-Drunk Love (2002), but good films seem to be a thing of his past. The one redeeming quality of this movie is that Al Pacino delivers a strangely good performance as himself. Jack and Jill is simply unfunny, and lazy is too kind of a word for this terrible movie.

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