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cavale

I don't understand, what is a "one star movie"? Is there some place I can see the average rating of a movie, instead of just what Netflix thinks I will rate it?

Tom

uh... yeah.

on the movie page look at the line right below "Our best guess for..." where it says "average of ##### ratings"

Pollardito

that review could be reused for "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" with only a few cosmetic tweaks

twitter.com/wizzack

The Room! hahaaa. a must see

TulsaTV

Timeline.

Bill

Gerry.

We reserve One Star for the truly painful -- only 5 of 745 ratings on our Netflix account. The others being:

Pearl Harbor
Alfie
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Zack and Miri Make a Porno [and I consider myself a Kevin Smith fan, though in retrospect maybe I could muster two stars for it]

Jeffery McDowell

Taking Chances SUCKED... I usually like Justin Long too..

Tom

Cruel Intentions 2. Worst. Movie. Ever.

Smy

While I have not rented a 1 star movie thus far, I have given just two movies a 1 star rating after renting: "Drag Me To Hell" and "Starship Troopers 3: Marauder".

To be honest, I knew going into 'Troopers' I wasn't going to be seeing an Oscar contender. It was just really sad for the amount of money and resources it had to work with and end up being on par quality-wise with a typical Sci-Fi Channel movie.

"Drag Me To Hell" was just a blindside of terrible. How in the world did that movie make it into theaters and avoid straight-to-DVD internal decision? It was just embarrassingly bad. I was actually angry for having wasted time seeing it.

Ivy

Tom, I think cruel intentions 2 was way better then the first one people thought it suppose to be a drama but it was a comedy! but i agree with Smy, drag me to hell was just horrible.

byteme

Catwoman and Batman & Robin. Movies from comic books can be dangerous in the wrong hands.

I'll never be able to purge the sound of Schwarzenegger's "evil laugh" from my memory banks.

Inexplicably, both of these movies have an average rating of about 3 stars on Netflix. I guess drug use must be on the rise again.

michael

Drag Me To Hell is one the best reviewed movies of the year so I guess it just didn't click with you. It's great.

Seems I've only given one one star rating for a movie I rented from Netflix and that was The Dead Pit. I don't remember hating The Dead Pit that much.

Tim S.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3585/3528008206_b5c4325780_b.jpg

That's the worst we've seen at Famous Chicken Theatre. Center Stage 2: Turn It Up

netflix_luser

Nosferatu. There are many different versions of this movie (since it was silent, at a time when the music was performed live). Netflix is using one with random classical music in the background! There are some excellent DVD's with the original music or new music scripted for the movie and there's really no excuse.

S

Shoot 'Em Up. Boy, that was a plotless train wreck of a movie.

Mike

The Mist is terrible, it got 1 star from me.

Dani in NC

The most recent bad movie I watched was "Spy High". Technically, I didn't rent this movie; I watched it via my Roku box. The dog was the best actor in the movie. This is a kids' movie and my kids usually put up with a high level of cheesiness, but this movie was even too much for them. We spent about 70 minutes of this 80-minute movie making fun of it.

Rick

Cheerleader Ninjas. Don't let the title deceive you, it was not full of win.

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