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Poll Suggestion: IMDb Poll Board Top 5 Worst Films of the 2000s

Well, the 2000s were over awhile back and so were their movies. There have been many great ones we've had the pleasure of seeing - and far too many stinky ones!

The IMDb Poll Board members have chosen their top 5 worst movies from the decade that was the 2000's (2000 to 2009). You know, the ones that they think no human being should be ever subjected to again. Which picks do you agree with most?

Please tell me the five feature-length movies from the 2000s (2000 to 2009) that made you cringe!  

There may be more stinkers ahead! Let's dive into a dirty spiral of negative nostalgia.

LIST: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls091686381/
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My list:

1. Julie and Jack (2003) 2. Replica (2005) 3. The Room (2003) 4. Merlin: The Return (2000) 5. The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2001)

(Numbers 4 and 5 could have been easily replaced by a few hundred other terrible and more infamous movies of the decade - many with far lower IMDb ratings ... but #shrugs... I didn't want to spend a few weeks calculating this short list of the worst of the decade).

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1.) Son of the Mask (2005)
2.) Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006)
3.) Dragonball Evolution 
4.) Catwoman
5.) Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem

I have many more to choose from as well, but these gave me the biggest sighs.

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1. Flicka (2006)
2. Ella Enchanted (2004)
3. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) 
4. The Wild Stallion (2009)
5. High School Musical (2006)

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How High (2001)
The man from Earth (2007)
Spirited Away (2001)
Date Movie (2006)
Lady in the Water (2006)

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But most of the movies listed were low budget productions . When a movie's makers either lack talent, or find themselves temporarily devoid of true creative inspiration, while working on their movie, then, on top of that, their efforts are further hampered by the handicap of having to work within the boundaries of a small budget, then it  shouldn't shock anyone when the final movie product turns out to be pure manure.
I mean, Ed Wood was famous for (or infamous for) making more than a half dozen low budget movies, of such abysmal quality, that the starring actors & actresses of those films were later embarrassed to admit to interviewers that they had performed in such stinkers.
So IMO, it's worth little time or effort to take shots at very bad low budget movies, which are all too common, and are a dime a dozen anyway. Because movies that are much less common, but much more outrageous in showing how producers can  waste vast resources, and still create crap, are vanity projects like "Battlefield Earth" which Jon Stewart hilariously described as "a cross between "Star Wars" and the smell of ass." Because one sad truth about movie studios making major productions such as a "Would Be Blockbuster", like "Battlefield Earth", is that for the cost of the tens of millions of dollars wasted on a turkey like that, some of today's skilled young movie makers could have created 10 quality movies that audiences would enjoy, instead of hurling insults at, as people like Roger Ebert, Jon Stewart, as well as the folks running the "Golden Raspberry Awards", all certainly did to a movie deserving of it, which was that John Travolta vanity project, and Sci-Fi fiasco.

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1_2012 (2009)
Never let a "filmmaker" like Roland Emmerich make a film about the end of the world, could being a story about human feelings but ends up being the typical generic action movie that superimposes the explosions above his characters and his story.

2_Jumper (2008)
A really horrible movie without feet or heads.

3_I Now Pronounce Chuck and Larry(2007)
Can't miss Adam Sandler's bad and misogynistic movies, this movie makes fun of homosexuals on his face.

4_The Blind Side(2009)
Terribly overrated by the Academy, a film made as politically correct as possible, so much so that it becomes unbearable.

5_You Don't Mess With Zohan(2008)

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The list has been populated with everyone's choices so far. I'll replace each respective list with a list of hotlinks later today.

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Mine would be:

A Scanner Darkly

Unbearable optic in general, in 30 minutes my eyes got sore

Funny Games

Unbearable behavior, pointless and needless violence only sick people want to see

Catwoman

Dumb story, weird cuts, no acting, useless, pointless, feels like 3 hours to watch

Blair Witch 2

90 minutes without anything happening

Alone in the Dark

Rubish, 99 minutes of boredom. The Credits are the best, you can read some funny names for a few minutes

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7 m ago

My picks:

  1. Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003)
  2. xXx: State of the Union  (2005)
  3. DOA: Dead or Alive (2006)
  4. The Thaw (2009)
  5. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)

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7 m ago

The list has been updated to include the two latest set of 5 loathed films.

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Tsar, the link to mihailo's profile page doesn't work anymore. I guess you could use plain text or link to his IMDb profile instead.

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1. Paranormal Activity (2007)

2. Eden Lake (2008)

3. Sin City (2005)

4. Halloween (2007)

5. Inglorious Basterds (2009)

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My Picks:

1. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)

2. The Transporter (2002)

3. Doom (2005)

4. Silent Hill (2006)

5. 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

There are many other dishonorable mentions, but they are so dishonorable that I don't even wanna mention them.

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7 m ago

I could never get my list down to five, even though I really didn't see that many really awful movies.

Anyway, good poll!

May I suggest two small edits to the intro?

Well, the 2000s were over awhile back and so were their movies. There's been many great ones we've had the pleasure of seeing - and far too many stinky ones!

Thanks. : )