The Worst Films for Sale at Cannes, 2013

Every year, 20 of the world’s best new movies compete at the Cannes Film Festival for the Palme d’Or. But there is another festival held in Cannes at the same time, the Marché du Film, which is one of the largest film markets in the world, where hundreds of new films are bought and sold.

This year, the Guardian waded through the dreck and selected the twelve worst films offered for sale. Posters and trailers below. These are all real films.

Sharknado

A Cradle for Mother

Poor Morgan Fairchild.

And no list of terrible movies would be complete without at least one body switch scenario.

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2 Responses to The Worst Films for Sale at Cannes, 2013

  1. And he’s the CROOOOK

  2. Lurker111 says:

    Sharknado? Good god, how many beers did it take to come up with that???

    Correction: How many _cheap_ beers …

    I’d rather talk to Bruce: “I am a nice shark, not a Mindless Eating Machine …”

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