From all the millions of movies that the American cinematography has produced, there are more bad choices than good ones. The reasons can vary, with the two main being the lack of funding, which means amateur cast and crew, and the lack of a good creative vision. Not everyone can make a good movie and not anyone can write and direct. This is a lesson that many people had to learn the hardest way and they probably deserved it.
1. The Room (2003) is without any doubt the worst movie of all times.
2. Highlander 2: The Quickening (1991) was a complete flop at the box office and both critics and fans had only bad things to say about it.
3. Epic Movie (2007) was an epic failure, although it didn’t go bad at the box office, with people enjoying its ridiculous script.
4. Raise the Titanic (1980) lost most of its $40 budget and it was poorly received by critics and fans.