The 100 Worst Movies of 2005

Enough of those boring best of lists (they are quite repeptitive) this list is arguably the most important one you will read this year. Just tally how much of the crap you’ve seen this year and it’ll make you reassess your taste :). The titles in red are the really bad ones.

I saw 491 Movies This Year and Struggled to Cut Down the Crap to These
The 100 Worst Movies of 2005
Peter Travers ~ Rolling Stone

AEON FLUX
Aliens of the Deep
Alone in the Dark
The Amityville Horror
Are We There Yet?
Assault on Precinct 13
Asylum
The Baxter
Be Cool
Beauty Shop
Because of Winn-Dixie
BEWITCHED
The Cave
Chicken Little
The Chumscrubber
Coach Carter
Cursed
D.E.B.S
Daltry Calhoun
DERAILED
Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo
Diary of a Mad Black Woman
Dirty Love
Domino
Doom
Dot the i
Dreamer
THE DUKES OF HAZZARD
Elektra
Ellie Parker
THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE
FANTASTIC 4
Fever Pitch
Flightplan
The Fog
Four Brothers
GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN’
The Gospel
The Great Raid
Guess Who
Heights
Herbie: Fully Loaded
HIDE AND SEEK
Hitch
The Honeymooners
Hostage
House of D
HOUSE OF WAX
In the Mix
Into the Blue
THE ISLAND
The Jacket
Jiminy Glick in Lalawood
Just Friends
Just Like Heaven
Kicking and Screaming
Kids in America
Kontroll
The Legend of Zorro
A Lot Like Heaven
Madagascar
The Man
Man of the House
Mindhunters
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
MR. AND MRS. SMITH
My Big Fat Independent Movie
North Country
November
OLIVER TWIST
The Pacifier
The Perfect Man
PROOF
Racing Stripes
Rebound
The Ring Two
The Ringer
Robots
Roll Bounce
Sahara
Saw II
The Skeleton Key
Sky High
Son of the Mask
A Sound of Thunder
STEALTH
The Thing About My Folks
Transporter 2
Two for the Money
An Unfinished Life
Vallant
Venom
Waiting…
The Weather Man
The Wedding Date
WHERE THE TRUTH LIES
White Noise
XXX: State of the Union
Yours, Mine and Ours
Zathura

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9 thoughts on “The 100 Worst Movies of 2005”

  1. Yeah, I sort of agree with that but I still like his columns. They’re hysterical and he is an intelligent critic. If there is something I can get out of the column than that is all I look for when I’m reading a particular critic.

  2. I’ve seen 10 – all of which were requested by my daughter. By the way, most made me laugh. I have Mr. & Mrs. Smith on rental now, but don’t want to see it.

    Oh, and I rented Kung Fu Hustle based on one of your lists. I LOVED IT!!! Haven’t laughed so hard in months. Thanks.

  3. I have only seen two good movies in the theaters this year: March of the Penguins and Harry Potter. I absolutely hated Be Cool. One of the worst ever, almost Napoleon Dynamite bad.

  4. I’ve seen three – gasp – one at the request at my father (Miss Congeniality 2).

    I saw Guess Who only because it was filmed in my town. (I have a whole story about that, that I will tell soon) So that was a must-see.

    And the third, Austin, I saw at NYLC Hitch. We didn’t even stay through the whole thing because it was so bad.

    Sable – Glad you liked Kung Fu Hustle. I influenced someone elses movie watching experience… now my life is complete.

    And most of these so-called bad movies I saw, made me laugh too. It all depends on your taste.

  5. I’d disagree with Madagascar and Mr & Mrs Smith. Both were entertaining (but not wonderful) movies. They don’t belong on the list. Yet, critics have opinions as well, so I understand everyone’s list is different.

    Almost Napoleon Dynamite bad? That was a great movie!

  6. It is a list of 100 movies so some are more deserving to be on it than others. I think with Madagascar when compared to the recent animation movies, it’s not on a Finding Nemo level, but its for kids and my opinion a children’s movie is that if the child laughs and likes it then it is good. And with ND, I think you have to be a certain mood to enjoy it (which I did after a 2nd viewing).

  7. I saw 15, and agree that most of them were crap. But there are crap movies that can be entertaining on one level or another(Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The Island, etc.). Not a toal waste.

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