In honor of the upcoming Oscars, it's time to start a new tradition here on the SoJO Morning Show.  The Morgans! (err--worst movies of all time)  Here are a list of movies, I believe, made the list.  Let me know if you think there is a movie I leave out:

Troll 2 (1990)---This movie was the movie you watched at 4:30 in the morning on HBO back in the 90's.  The movie that you watched when you were half-asleep, wondering what the heck was on your TV.  This particular scene (the ending of the movie) has to be the worst acting performance in all of mankind:

To answer a few of your questions:  First, yes, that is a fly on his head.   Secondly, the humans in this town apparently turn into vegetables when they are under a spell, afterwards, they are eaten by trolls.  The End.

 

 

Captain America (1990)--During this time period (late 80's-early 90's), Hollywood made super heroes-super-cheesy.  This film tops it all (although, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace comes in a close second)

 

 

Speaking of super-heroes

 

 

Batman & Robin (1997)--This Batman chapter was so bad, George Clooney doesn't even acknowledge this film.   Although, it had a decent cast, this film sad summer film makes the list.

Road House (1989)--Patrick Swayze--(R.I.P) starred in this cult classic.  Yea, that's about it---just Swayze beating up a bunch of rednecks.

Superbabies:  Baby Geniuses 2  (2001) At first, you see this title and say "what a potential wholesome movie".  Then you watch  it with the entire family, with bowls of hot popcorn, and your dog "Molly" curled up on the floor beside you.   As the movie begins you say, "Hey!  Academy award winning actor Jon Voight is in this movie! This HAS  to be good!"

Although, Jon Voight is still Jon Voight, you soon realize that you have encountered the biggest waste of two hours in your entire innocent life, and ask God to have mercy on your soul.

 

Those are your Morgan nominees!  I hope you enjoyed the award winning movie scenes.

What other movies do you think should be added to this list?

Untill next year, adios!