Top 10 Worst Comedy Movies of the 1990sAnd now it's time to look back at the worst comedy movies from the 1990s decade, from 1990 to 1999. Despite being called comedies for the most part, they fail to deliver the laughs and mostly leave you feeling more annoyed and wishing you were watching anything else.
This movie is basically a horrible ripoff of one of the best comedies, 'Dumb and Dumber', and this movie failed in every way. It sucks. It ruined everything about comedy.
Every time these two open their mouths, you can literally hear a child screaming.
Not even Satan himself would air this crap in Hell.
A sequel no one asked for that fails to recapture the spirit of the original.
Definitely a low point for Robin Williams.
The funny SNL sketch that had no reason to become a movie. A truly horrendous abomination that Lorne Michaels should apologize for. An entertaining 7-min sketch does not mean that it can become an entertaining 90-minute movie, especially when there is absolutely no plot that could be made from said sketch.
You shouldn't look at it. I'm sick of Pat's character.
The biggest tragedy about this is it was Chris Farley's last movie, and even he regretted doing this. He was devastated when he saw the movie in theaters as he felt like it was a painful reminder that he was just the dumb fat guy.
Well, it's something that shows that the '90s was not the greatest decade ever, and I'm a child of the '90s.
Guessing it's a dark comedy.
What kind of movie is this?
A horrible rehash of 'Tommy Boy' with none of the charm and humor that made 'Tommy Boy' such a great comedy.
Horrible baseball movie. I've seen the reviews. This movie does suck.
Avoid watching this film. It's bad.
I love this movie! Why is it in "worst"? "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, may I take your order?"
No matter how bad it seems, it's still actually funny.
How is this worst?
Chase, Moore, Candy, Aykroyd... sucks? Surprisingly yes, it does. There isn't a single laugh in it.
More like, Nothing but Terrible.
Directed by Rob Reiner, it would have been a great movie with the best cast of Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis, Scarlett Johansson, and more. But this movie is terribly boring and ridiculous. You can also see why Roger Ebert hates it.
A lot of people would be commenting about this crappy movie. Watch Nostalgia Critic's review.
Originally, this was not going to be a comedy at all and had a much better premise planned. This is no surprise considering the works, not all but most, of Ralph Bakshi.
It's got amazing animation. It's a pity that literally everything else is awful. It's sort of a Salvador Dali/Tim Burton/Looney Tunes fever dream.
It's nothing that we haven't seen before from movies like 'The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie franchise and '3 Ninjas'. Everything about this movie just screams '90s.
Still a better Disney movie than 'Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure', though.
I saw this movie yesterday, and I agree with you.
Many people think South Park is the greatest thing since sliced bread. It's not. It's an adult comedy, which is CHILDISH, and that's not an opinion. It's the TRUTH.
We like real comedy, not stupidity like this, so to number 1.
It's not bad compared to "It's Pat" or "Biodome", but it's definitely a shame for Carrot Top's life.
In early drafts, they wanted Macaulay Culkin to return as teenage Kevin McCallister, but Macaulay sadly dropped out of acting. I'm guessing if he hadn't, Home Alone 4 would've been about adult Kevin.
Considering the crappiness of 4 and 5, which were appropriately direct-to-video, this film isn't that terrible. I mean, I had the VHS of it as a kid and I didn't hate it. I'm sure I was among the intended audience, so it can't be that bad.
Don't take it lightly. It's really the worst.
It's ridiculous and not interesting. It represents the worst level in the 20th century.
Didn't this come out in the 2010s, a Twilight parody.
Twilight Saga didn't come out till 2008.