JOHN TRAVOLTA‘s sci-fi flop “Battlefield Earth” is the worst movie ever made — in this or any other galaxy!
The 2000 film about aliens taking over the world with really cheesy hair and beards has the dubious distinction of leading the list of flicks panned by subscribers to “My Movies” at www.yahoo.com.
Coming in second on the alltime turkey survey is that 2003 cinematic guide to romancing a lesbian, the Ben Affleck/Jennifer Lopez fiasco, “Gigli” (pronounced like ‘Gee, Lee ? that movie really stank’).
Third goes to “Halloween III” — a ridiculous 1982 non-sequel about a mad toy maker who creates masks that kill children on Halloween. Not to be confused with the original “Halloween” starring Jamie Lee Curtis as a woman chased by masked serial killer Michael Myers (not to be confused with “Austin Powers” star Mike Myers).
The fourth worst movie of all time is the 2003 “American Idol” extended music video “From Justin to Kelly,” which should have gone from screenplay to wastebasket.
Five is Mariah Carey‘s “Glitter” in which she has to stretch to portray a scantily clad pop star. After the reviews came out in 2001, she was hospitalized for depression.
Six is “The Master of Disguise” starring Dana Carvey. One critic called the 2002 flick about a waiter who used disguises to fight crime, “The Master of Disaster.”
Seven and Eight go to two horror films that scared away moviegoers, 2003’s “House of the Dead” and 2002’s “Feardotcom.”
Nine is 1994’s “The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” which featured frighteningly bad performances by Oscar-nominated Renee Zellweger and Matthew McConaughey.
And last, but not least — the 2002 remake of “Rollerball” a sci-fi movie about ultraviolent roller derby in the distant future — the year 2005!