List of Films Considered The Worst

The films listed here have achieved notably negative reputations as being called the worst films ever made. They have been cited by a combination of reputable sources as the worst movies of all time. Examples of such sources include Metacritic, Roger Ebert's list of most hated films, Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide, Rotten Tomatoes, being featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the Golden Raspberry Awards ("Razzies").

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... The 2005 Italian comedy film is widely considered in Italy to be one of the worst films of all time ... Aside from doing extremely poorly at the box office, the film was critically panned ... Costantino Vitagliano won the "Fiasco gold worst actor award", while it was nominated for several others ...

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