Posted 17 December 2010 - 10:53 PM
I'm glad you asked.
The worst movie I have ever seen, without a doubt, is Tokyo Zombie. The movie is a alleged comedy about two friends who, when an enormous pile of refuse near their living space starts spewing zombies, try to run. The few early fight scenes are dragging snorefests that are duller than anything involving the term "zombie jujitsu" have any right to be. The two main characters have a few awkward, moronic conversations and drive around until one of them is bitten by one of the zombies and left to die.
At this point the movie actually gives up on that plot and starts an entire 'nother one, where the main character attempts to arena battle for life in a post-apocalyptic metropolis while beset by a nagging wife. Naturally, he has to fight his zombified old friend and mentor. After he kills him in a dull Fist of the North Star reference, he escapes from the metropolis by hiring another man with snack foods to shoot feces and urine out of a Gatling gun at the ruling elite. And oh yeah, the other guy had been bitten by dentures, so he wasn't really zombified and he's not dead.
The movie's plot is facile nonsense, the characters possess not an iota of likability, and it's humor is scatological, juvenile, moronic and at times just perverted and wrong. There is exactly one funny scene in the movie, in which two girls politely ask a passing businessman for money; when he points out it isn't New Year's, one of the girls remembers something, digs in her purse, extracts a knife, and repeats the request with equal amity.
This movie is unfunny, uninteresting, and in sum, fails at everything it attempts to do, including being 88 minutes long, as I kept it on Fastforward for most of it, simply reading the subtitles.