If you're looking for the perfect holiday gift to get for your ex, your awful in-laws, your loud neighbor or pretty much anyone else that you hat, how about a DVD of IMDB's worst ranked movie of all time? Kirk Cameron's 'Saving Christmas' gets that dubious "honor."
The Bible thumping former '80s heartthrob tried to put Christ back in Christmas with this piece of cinematic mastery.
The films plot is described by IMDB as such: "Kirk is enjoying the annual Christmas party extravaganza thrown by his sister until he realizes he needs to help out Christian, his brother-in-law who has a bad case of the bah-humbugs. Kirk's fresh look at Christmas provides Christian the chance to see Christ is where He has always been: at the center of our Christmas celebrations and traditions."
To make it onto IMDB's bottom list you need at least 1500 votes. It seems that many viewers have actually watched and detested 'Saving Christmas' so much that they got together to give the flick a 1.3 star rating.
If you're curious -- the rest of IMDB's bottom 5 are as follows:
Number 5 is The Hottie & the Nottie -- the 2008 film starring Paris Hilton and the girl who played Al Lambert from 'Step by Step.' The film was comprised entirely of Paris saying 'that's hot' while wearing tiny clothing.
Number 4 is "Keloglan vs. the Black Prince" -- which is apparently a Turkish comedy where a dragon burns the flowing blond hair right off Keloglan's pretty little head That's a turn off for the fair princess who just isn't into the Mr. Clean look.
Number 3 is 2014's "Gunday," a crime thriller out of India starring Bollywood "It" girl -- and possibly the most beautiful woman alive -- Priyanka Chopra.
Number 2 is "Birdemic: Shock and Terror" which is obviously about a "birdemic" of crazy attacking birds who also spit acid and spontaneously combust. Oh, and there is a sequel you can watch a double feature.
And course number one is good ol' Kirk Cameron's attempt to save Christmas.
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