Trainspotting and Clockwork Orange most deranged and weird movies I've ever seen...
I watched Fear and Loathing while "under the influence" and it was the greatest movie ever...
watched it again when I was sober and was like WTF!?!?!
You can't find a movie as messed up as Capturing the Friedman's
"Documentary on the Friedmans, a seemingly typical, upper-middleclass Jewish family whose world is instantly transformed when the father and his youngest son are arrested and charged with shocking and horrible crimes."
"My Dear Family, Guess what? Today I found out what my special purpose is for. Gosh, what a great time I had."
Secret Window. That was a messed up movie, and the ending was awful.
I consider it a really good movie, actually.
Two of the worst movies I have ever seen are Vertical Limit (just atrocious, with sunlight exploding nitro-glycerin but dropping it down a mountain is fine) and Soul Survivors (when an Eliza Dushku lesbian scene stands ZERO chance of improving your vastly terrible movie, it's a REALLY TERRIBLE MOVIE).
Most messed up movie? Hostel was way too predictable and stupid to be messed up. Same with the Saw movies - HATE them.
Memento's messed up in a good way - I'd probably go with that one. It's a messed up I can appreciate instead of hate. David Lynch's stuff just gets beyond me, and I lose what he's trying to tell me about halfway through the movies. It makes them more re-watchable, but also harder to stomach.
At least he tries for something, though - there's a lot of trash from guys like Uwe Boll that gets sadly passed off as "Cinema" instead of "pissing on film and playing it for an audience."
I'll take a mess of a movie that tried to say something over the worst sort of regurgitated pap any day.
But nothing will ever top Killer Clowns From Outer Space for sheer bizarre awesomeness.
Although the Marquis where the French de Sade's puppet penis leaves him in the end may be more disturbing...
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Fredy Got Fingered.
Bloody awful, and I just don't see anything redeeming about Tom Greene.
Stupid date who wanted to watch stupid Steven Seagal. That one crashed and burned!
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My husband and I years ago.. looking for a GOOD movie to rent read this movie synopsis:
Tommy Wilhelm (Robin Williams) is a salesman. An honest, hard-working guy who has lost his job, his girlfriend, and left part of his sanity behind as he heads to New York to pick up the pieces of his life. He's always been able to sell, but caught in a downward spiral, he must, in addition, face the father who never really understood him, while trying to balance his newly precarious existence
We loved him in the Dead Poets Society... so we thought boy is sounds good!
Well it is the MOST messed up movie I have ever seen.
My husband uses it as a prank if he hears someone ask if he has heard of any good movies lately....
The movie "True Romance" comes to mind.It had alot of stars in it that
were at the beginning of their careers.Brad Pitt and others.
Christopher Walken was in it.If you have watched very many of his
movies...he sometimes plays a strange character.
Oldboy was ridiculous. SO messed up.
Hostel - Saw 1-3 (now they are getting ) and Faces of Death (all of them)
That scene with Walken and Dennis Hopper in the trailer was insane!
You know you shouldn't be watching it, much less be entertained by it, and yet you can't really turn it off.
It still gives me a certain amount of moral conflict thinking about it years later about how it was wrong, and yet I watched it, and indeed was entertained to some degree by it.
It gives me a very real sense of guilt having watched those "movies".
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