Hmmm. My Internet home page had a top 10 movie list – which I love! It’s a great top 10 too, the top 10 worst movie titles ever. That’s a pretty sweet idea. Trouble is, their choices suck. Some are just no-go’s (Dreamcatcher, Jeepers Creepers, Feeling Minnesota) some are dumb (Octopussy, Free Willy) and some are actually pretty clever (Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalo, Napoleon Dynamite) but none are really the worst movie titles ever. Come on, that’s a pretty out-there statement. So, with no offence to my home page, here’s my list:
(By the way, this list has nothing to do with the movies themselves, just their horrible, terrible names)
I’ve never seen the movie, but when your main character’s name is Anus, how good could it be? There’s actually a campaign to have this show nominated as the worst movie ever. Bad name, bad show.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
A sequel to the watchable I Know What You Did Last Summer. It came out at least a year later, so shouldn’t it be titled: I Still Know What You Did Two Summers Ago? Either way, pretty crappy.
Snakes on a Plane
No explanation required. The Internet made this a bit of a phenom, from what I’ve heard, the title’s actually the best part.
To Wong Fu Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar
Are you kidding me? How big was the movie poster?? I went to this, actually kind of liked it.
The Day After Tomorrow
Sounds like 1950’s low budget. In truth, 2000’s big budget, low coolness factor.
Giant rotting apple? Center of a uranium shaft? No, journey to the center of the earth, 2003 style.
So there’s the start of the list, please feel free to add. There’s lots out there!