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7 Movies So Bad You'll Forget That Any Good Movies Came Out That Year

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1987 gave us awesome movies like Predator and Robocop. On the other hand, it also gave us some really awful movies, with these 7 being some of the absolute worst.

1) The Garbage Pail Kids Movie


Based on the popular series of gross-but-awesome trading cards for kids, this movie is mean-spirited, ugly to look at, and just plain difficult to watch. Many of the staff involved with making this have openly expressed regretting making it, and for good reason.

2) Masters of the Universe


Made to capitalize on the success of the He-Man cartoon and toy line, Masters of the Universe ran both over budget and behind schedule, and the result comes out looking like a mess. Not Dolph Lungren's worst role, but not exactly a winner either.

3) Jaws: The Revenge


Easily the worst of the Jaws movies, the fourth entry trades any possible terror for unintentional comedy. It basically implies that the shark is a serial killer targeting its victims. The film is so bad, Michael Caine has apparently never seen it despite performing in it.

You're probably thinking that there's no way 1987 could get any worse, but we haven't even gotten to some of the biggest train wrecks yet.

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