Ed Wood's 1959 sci-fi cult classic Plan 9 from Outer Space was considered to be the king of the worst movies ever made, and its mainly due to 3 reasons: (1) it almost starred Bela Lugosi, the king of vampire movies, (2) it had really cheap special effects, and (3) the dialogue was too corny. However, I loved this movie when I had a chance to see the full thing, along with the film's original theatrical trailer, on YouTube. Emer Prevost, better known by his YouTube screen name He11sing920, called the movie "stupid in a good way," and I would have to agree with him.
Other movies, with corny titles and themes such as Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) and The Oogieloves in the BIG Balloon Adventure (2012) were also qualified for being some of the worst movies ever made. Even the historically inaccurate baseball film The Babe Ruth Story (1948) was also panned by critics because of its poor script and the fact that Babe Ruth cured a little boy's cancer by making a home-run, showing how the movie also has no concept of medical science, either.
Jewish-Russian-American artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid created the "most wanted" and the "most unwanted" paintings and music, based off of polls. "The Most Unwanted Song", recorded in 1997 with Dave Soldier, features silly elements such as bagpipes, cowboy music, and opera singer gangsta rapping, and a choir of kids encouraging listeners to go shopping at Wal-Mart. I'm bringing up Komar and Melamid because I'm going to list 5 silly concepts that would qualify for the "Most Unwanted Film", which a lot of you are going to vote in this article about if it would be the absolutely worst movie ever made. Here they are........
#5: Mighty Morphin' Teletubbies: The Movie
There was a Chinese bootleg toy (see above) called "Funny Toys" that showed the Power Rangers on the packaging, but the only toys on the inside of the plastic are all four of the Teletubbies (do people in China believe that the Teletubbies and the Power Rangers are the same people are something?). If a movie like this was made, it would be both a box office disaster and a laughing stock among fans of Power Rangers, nerds in general, and American (or other world) society. Even a very infamous studio like Vídeo Brinquedo might pull this off if they went crazy beyond making their usual Pixar or Dreamworks rip-offs like Ratatoing or The Little Panda Fighter.
#4: Space Boys 2079
In the 1980's Hong Kong filmmaker Joseph Lai began distributing South Korean science fiction/Super Robot animes in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere, and he also dubbed them into English. A majority of these films that he distributed he took footage from, and combined them into one wacky crossover (if it could be qualified for that term) called Space Thunder Kids. Now, what would you get if you took a bunch of nerds with no understanding of a box office hit and put them in a studio where they make a movie by stealing footage from Turkish Star Wars, Plan 9 from Outer Space, the illegitimate Italian sequel Jaws 5 (as it was marketed; it's original name was Cruel Jaws), and Indian Superman? The result would be, as they would call it, Space Boys 2079. This is not an actual film, nor is it in production. It's just a theory for what would be the "most unwanted film".
Vídeo Brinquedo was a notorious Brazilian CGI animation studio that loves to make direct-to-DVD rip-offs of films made by Pixar, Dreamworks, and Disney. In 2007, however, they did a really interesting mockbuster of Transformers, known as Gladiformers. This, and other of the studio's films, feature 4Kids voice actors for their English dubs. 4Kids was a distribution/licensing company that owns the American rights to animes like Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh!. Vídeo Brinquedo does own the Brazilian rights to 4Kids-licensed cartoons, meaning that Brinquedo are also a distributor. However, before the awesomeness of Gladiformers, they came up with a notoriously bad rip-off called Ratatoing, which was derivative of Pixar's 2007 film Ratatouille. If the studio went back in business after its bankruptcy in 2010 and came up with a crossover between Gladiformers and Ratatoing, it would cause critics everywhere to denounce the studio and this movie for being an abominable snowman of incoherent storylines, hammy voice acting, and super-kitschy dialogue.
#2: The Quaker Oats Man Movie!
If the Quaker Oats mascot had his own movie, critics would probably give it a giant middle finger, and it would also be a box office bomb. However, I think ti would be kinda funny!
NOW, GET READY FOR WHAT WOULD BE THE MOST UNWANTED MOVIE IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND!
#1: Baby Huey Z
Baby Huey was a classic cartoon from the 1940s that featured a morbidly obese duck wearing baby clothes, and is also a dimwit. Dragon Ball Z was one of the greatest Japanese animes/movie franchises of all time. Powerpuff Girls Z, broadcasted oh Japan's Cartoon Network, was derivative of both The Powerpuff Girls and Dragon Ball Z itself. However, what if Baby Huey gained such an immense cult following in Japan that it would force Japanese animators and Akira Toriyama to come up with Baby Huey Z? It would be a global box office bomb, the theaters showing it would get hacked, there would be riots, and it would spark a non-nuclear World War 3!!!