There are plenty of movies out there, and not all of them of them are great.
Some movies are undisputed classics. But there are also a lot of movies with bad endings that almost ruin the whole thing and Oscar winners that just don't deserve their awards.
A lot of them have aged poorly, are really boring, or are just plain goofy. Your time is better spent on something else.
Here are 27 classic movies you can skip.
While "Raiders of the Lost Ark" is an undisputed classic, "Temple of Doom" isn't.
Steven Spielberg's second Indiana Jones movie, 1984's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom," is considered the scariest entry in the series. It's also by far the worst.
"Shakespeare in Love" doesn't deserve its Oscars.
The only reason 1998's "Shakespeare in Love" has a best picture Oscar is because it was engineered to win them. The premise is cute — Shakespeare had an affair while writing "Romeo and Juliet" — but the execution is mostly flat, even as it tries to use Shakespeare's storytelling techniques. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" is a much better Shakespeare-inspired movie based on a Tom Stoppard script.
"Life is Beautiful" is more offensive than inspiring.
Roberto Benigni's 1998 monstrosity is a fictional story about a father trying to shield his son from the horrors of the Holocaust. It broke the No. 1 rule of making movies about historical tragedies: Don't make things up!
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