15 Bad Scenes In Great Movies
We can’t all be perfect, and neither can some of the most successful and highly acclaimed films. These 15 films managed to rise to greatness, even with these incredibly awful scenes included in them.
Ghostbusters Sex Scene
The awkward sexual scene in Ghostbusters is possibly the most bizarre and pointless moments in the film. It does nothing to further the plot or develop character. Instead, it just seems to be there because they wanted a cheap thrill. What better way to create one than by starting it off with an awkward sexual encounter involving an incorporeal ghost-lady and Dan Aykroyd. Despite haters, Dan Aykroyd still likes the scene and says no regrets.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Rathtars
The odd CGI Rathtar creatures in Star Wars: The Force Awakens looked out of place in the Star Wars Universe. The scene itself isn’t terrible, but it was definitely one of the weaker moments of the film. The quips between Han Solo and Chewie are still as lovable as ever, but the Rathtars were no Tauntauns or AT-ATs.
Django Unchained – Why Was Tarantino In There Again?
One of the staples of every Quentin Tarantino film is that Tarantino will likely be in it at some point, whether it’s a voice over, a cameo, or a full-fledged role. Sometimes the films may have been better off if he made a smaller appearance, or maybe didn’t make one at all. That was the case for the 2012 Django Unchained. His appearance seemed to throw the title character and his story off course. There was also the case of Tarantino’s bad Australian accent and ham-fisted acting.