Romeo and Juliet, the DiCaprio version. To date, this is the only movie i have ever walked out on. I asked for and got my money back too. I vowed never to see another DiCaprio movie again and i have kept that promise to myself
I loved that movie, as I like most of Shakespeare's plays/movies and especially different interpretation's of them. Wonder if you have stuck to your 'vow'!!! You will miss a good movie called Blood Diamond.
GOODBYE fellow eBlah's .....it sure has been nice meeting yo'all here and I will miss everyone of you
The worst movie ive seen is 'Gigli' starring Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck. It had like no plot and the script was crap.
It received 6 Razzie awards in 2003 for Worst Picture, Worst Actor, Worst Actress, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Screen Couple. And a year later, the film won a seventh Razzie for "Worst Comedy of our first 25 Years...
well, there's quite a range of 'worst' movies i can think of. actually the list of really good movies is comparatively small. there's an alternative film and music festival launched by a film director from former yugoslavia, emir kusturica, best known as the fellini from the balkans. the special concept of this festival is btw. bringing together important film directors like e.g. jim jarmush, nikita michailkov, etc. etc. with young still unknown talents. a wide range of s.c. author's films is shown and discussed at this festival in a place where professional communication and exchange is still possible. kusturica built a little village in the mountains for this purpose. the village is inspired by the production design from one of his films called "life is a miracle'.
the very first edition of this film and music festival was opened with a surprising ritual which symolises the device of the festival which is advancing real cinematographic art. have a look & have fun (english subs):