**SPOILER ALERT*** If you don't want to read about the plots of the worst movies ever made in the history of making movies, now is your chance to exit. 5. Battlefield Earth - Wait, John Travolta and Forrest Whitaker were the stars. How could this possibly go wrong? Give it a plot and story-line almost as ridiculous as a 9 ft Travolta with dreads and Whitaker with brunette curls that would make Repunzel proud. RI-DIC-U-LOUS! 4. The Happening - Really M Night Shyamalan? Grass and trees causing people to go crazy and kill themselves by the wind in an attempt to restore balance? This is the best that you could come up with for a horror film? This has to be one of the biggest letdowns and worst endings EVER. And to think, it started with such promise; People inexplicably killing themselves, bodies dropping from the sky at construction sites, Mark Wahlberg...smh at what could have been... 3. The Blair Witch Project - I'm still waiting on my money back from this one. I don't know what is worse: The fact that you could barely even see anything throughout the whole stupid movie, the completely horrible angles and shaking of the camera, or the fact that the main evil villain character, the Blair Witch, wasn't even in the movie! Whaaaaaa?!?!? Ok, I'll give the director a pass on the camera. I understand this was supposed to be a movie recorded on a cheap camera to create the "realistic" effect, but come on...at least show us something other than spots of flashlight here and there and a bunch of out of breath screaming... 2. Gigli - The best part of this movie was that you could end it at anytime by getting up and leaving the theater. The bad part about it is knowing that you just wasted $8 and you have to drive home wishing you could get your evening and money back. Fortunately, I didn't actually go to the theater to watch it and could enjoy the benefit of ending it at my own leisure. I don't even know what it was about. I do know that the Bennyfer experiment (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez) was enough to evoke my gag reflex on numerous occasions. This movie is so bad that I don't know anyone that actually saw it through to the end. 1. Beloved - This movie was very strange, sick and twisted. The plot made no sense whatsoever..a runaway slave being haunted by a ********, pregnant ghost (Thandie Newton). The only bright spot about it was Thandie Newton's full frontal shots, but that is overshadowed by her being a ******** pregnant ghost, not to mention her acting was horrible. This movie was a complete waste of time. Throw in a shot of Danny Glover's hairy naked ***, and the result is WORST MOVIE EVERRRRR! Congrats, Oprah. Those are my worst movies of all time...what are yours?