Best and Worst 1974

Blackie Ko is framed for murder and rape by a corrupt mayor who wants to protect his wayward son, who was the real culprit of the crime. Enter undercover cop Tong Lung, who discovers the truth about the frame up. He, then frees Blackie and together they wage war on the mayor and his army of fighters.

Worst-Case Scenario 2014

Two managers Adolf and Rudolf solve a problem that threatens to ruin the company.

Worst Fears 2016

Seven nightmarish tales from legendary British horror film writer and producer David McGillivray.

I, the Worst of All 1990

A viceroy and an archbishop take their posts in Mexico. A local nun, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1651-1695), intrigues them. The viceroy and his wife find her brilliant and fascinating. The prelate finds her a symbol of European laxity. He engineers the election of a new abbess, severe and ascetic. The virreina visits Sor Juana often and inspires her to write passionate poetry that the archbishop finds scandalous. The viceroy protects her. After he is replaced and returns to Spain with his wife, Sor Juana faces envy and retribution. A bishop betrays her, her confessor humbles her. Plague, a tribunal, and her confession as "the worst of all" end the great poet's life.

My Worst Wedding 2016

The son of a millionaire and his butler are trying to boycott his father's wedding by contracting the services of a fake wedding planner. However, they have to confront the future mother-in-law, who will not be tricked that easily and will do anything to make the wedding a reality

Worst Case Scenario 2003

An exploration of the ambiguities of documentary photographs which develops ideas triggered by a German pun. Worst Case Scenario starts out as a series of still photographs depicting daily life on a Viennese street corner. The film re-orders and manipulates a selection of these images, and as it progresses the static world slowly and subtly comes to life. As Sigmund Freud casts his long shadow across the city, an increasingly improbable chain of events and relationships starts to emerge.

Worst Enemy 2010

Comedy short film following a curmudgeon (Michaela Watkins, "SNL") plagued by insecurity who's saved by her hero, a local doctor (Matt Walsh, "UCB").

Worst by Chance 2003

He can't control himself inside of him. Hidenori, a Japanese-Korean, hasn't seen his family in a few years. He doesn't want to go to school but just wander the streets. He always grins at a trifle. When he is caught stealing and he feels pain as his finger is cut off, he just smiles. He murmurs "Should I commit suicide?" in front of his dead sister. Yumi, an obsessive-compulsive girl, has a sticky finger. A boy who wanders the Sybuya. They join Hidenori's reckless plan by chance. They plan to stow away in order to show Korea to his sister, who has never seen the motherland. Three people who are out of this world and the dead go toward Hakata.

Own Worst Enemy 2012

James Keaton invents a time machine and goes back seven years to try to thwart the plans of his rival, Frederic Nichols. Meanwhile, Keaton's neglected girlfriend, Leila Locke, finds the time machine and uses it to convince her younger self to not get involved with Keaton in the first place. While in the past, however, she falls in love with the younger Keaton all over again.

Worst Case We Get Married 2017

Aïcha is a troubled teenage girl who cannot forgive her mother for kicking out the stepfather she adored. Aïcha longs for him to come back and take her away. When she meets Baz, a man twice her age, it’s love at first sight for her; the real kind, the one that hurts. Baz wants to help this lost little girl, but she wants much more from him, and is ready to do anything to get it.

Delirium: What's Your Worst Fear? 2016

After their car breaking down in the middle of a forest, three best friends are forced to spend the night in an abandoned cabin. During the night some of their greatest fears come to life...Or do they? The line between reality and nightmares gets blurred in this piercing psychological thriller.

Endangered Feces - The Very Worst of The Tom Green Show 2000

Featuring memorable moments from the widely popular "Tom Green Show," this off-color compilation showcases Tom playing pranks on his parents, dressing up in drag, singing to his friend's buttocks and surprising unsuspecting museum patrons.

Worst Case Scenario 2014

An upstarting film production is abruptly cancelled by the financiers. But the director tries anyway to realize his movie.

The Worst Man of My Life 2007

Ju-eyon and Seong-tae have been best friends ever since they first met each other 10 years ago. But in one night their 10 year friendship comes crashing to the ground after they sleep together. The comfort and security of marriage is a siren call, and the two decide to forego their ideals to spend their first day as man and wife. However, their perfect lover soon appears right in front of them: A sexy editor appears to seduce Seong-tae and an advertising director appears to tempt Ju-yeon. With a single smile they turn the newlyweds dream into a nightmare. Even after only a few days, they soon find themselves faced with the worst choice of their lives as they struggle to reach happiness.

Worst In Show 2011

The camera is cast on the competitors in the annual "Worlds Ugliest Dog Contest" which takes place each summer in Petaluma, CA.

Britain's Worst Driver

Britain's Worst Driver was a British television series created and hosted by ex-Top Gear host Quentin Willson made by Mentorn and shown on Five in the United Kingdom from 2002 to 2003. In 30-minute episodes, the worst drivers chosen by viewers "earned back" their driving licences by performing various driving challenges. The driver who performed the worst was awarded Britain's Worst Driver. The success of the series led to localized versions of the show, and creation of the Worst Driver television franchise.

World's Worst Driver

World's Worst Driver is part of the Worst Driver television franchise and follows the formula of Britain's Worst Driver, but it includes contestants from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Thailand and New Zealand. At the end of each episode, the most improved driver wins a car. Fifteen 30-minute episodes were produced, with seven in the first series, and eight in the second. A one-off Canadian special was derived from this show, called Canada's Worst Drivers vs. The World and based on season one of Canada's Worst Driver.

America's Worst Driver 2010

America's Worst Driver was a 2010 reality television program on Travel Channel, based on the British television series Britain's Worst Driver, part of the Worst Driver television franchise. Hosted are Alonzo Bodden and Jill Simonian, contestants from 8 cities compete to not be named the worst driver in their respective cities, because the contestants who are named the worst driver in their city has their car destroyed. Everyone else wins prizes which range from free oil changes to a trip. In the finale, the 8 drivers meet up in Los Angeles to show who is the most improved, with each driver winning a new car, other than the loser. In the finale of season one, Matt Conn of San Francisco was named America's Worst Driver and had a car representing him torn apart by Robosaurus.

The Worst Jobs in History 2004

The Worst Jobs in History is a British television series hosted by Tony Robinson on Channel 4. The second series was shown in March 2006 on History Television in Canada, then in April 2006 on Channel 4 in the UK. The first season is also shown with some regularity on History International. Tony Robinson tries his hand at each of the jobs, ultimately nominating which one he thought was the worst in each programme.

Best of the Worst 2006

Best of the Worst was a British panel game, which was broadcast on Channel 4 in 2006. The show was created by Giles Pilbrow and Colin Swash. Hosted by Alexander Armstrong, it featured two teams of two players, one captained by David Mitchell and the other by Johnny Vaughan. The other panellists were either comedians or well known television personalities. The show looked at the worst things ever to happen in the world, such as the person with the worst luck, the worst diet, or the worst inventions.

Your Worst Animal Nightmares

Your Worst Animal Nightmares is a 2009 television show made by John Stainton broadcast by Animal Planet for The Discovery Channel. It is a docudrama with real events re-enacted by actors, along with actual news footage of the events and some interviews. Most of the episodes are set in Australia, with one set in New Zealand.

Worst to First 2017

Everyone has their dream neighbourhood. That one area they would love to move to but can't quite afford - until now. Talented contractors, and brothers-by-law, Mickey and Sebastian help desperate families find the worst house in the best neighbourhood in Vancouver, and transform it into a home that is first in their hearts.

Worst Best Friends

Worst Best Friends is an Australian children's television series first screened on Network Ten in 2002. The series is based on the children's books by Max Dann: Adventures with My Worst Best Friend, Going Bananas and Dusting in Love.

Best of the Worst

Best of the Worst is a show aired by Fox Broadcasting Company as a part of its 1991-92 schedule. Best of the Worst, hosted by Greg Kinnear, was a lighthearted celebration of the worst elements of life — the worst movies, the worst places to get married, the worst museums, the worst airline food, and the worst Elvis impersonators being only a few of the "worst" examples. There was even a special correspondent reporting from Japan, David Spector, apparently to prove that North America had no monopoly on life's worst things. Apparently one of the worst aspects of this program was its Nielsen ratings as it was cancelled at midseason. It finished dead last out of 98 shows and only averaged a 4.42 rating.

The Worst of Hollywood

The Worst of Hollywood was a 1983 television series presented by Michael Medved and screened on Channel 4.

Worst-Case Scenario 2002

Mike Rowe and a group of trained professionals demonstrate how to survive a variety of dangerous situations, from jumping from one building to another, to surviving in a falling elevator, to taking control when your car flips over. Based on the popular best-selling book The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, this show teaches practical life-saving skills that can be useful in the most extreme conditions.

Britain's Worst Celebrity Driver

Britain's Worst Celebrity Driver was a British game show, part of the Worst Driver television franchise, in which six British celebrities had to perform various challenges to prove their driving prowess. The show was presented by Quentin Willson for both series, with Jenni Falconer joining as co-host for the second.

Worst Year of My Life, Again! 2014

What if you woke up one morning to discover you had to relive the most excruciating 12 months of high school all over again? Alex King has had a horrible year - humiliated by his teachers, targeted by bullies and embarrassed by attempts to impress the most popular girl in school. So when he wakes up on his birthday to discover that somehow time has reset itself, he can't believe he must relive every miserable moment of the past 12 months once more. Until his friends Simon Birch and Maddy Kent convince him he's being offered a second chance and maybe this time round, he can get it right.

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition

Worst Cooks in America is a reality competition show on the Food Network. The show takes 12 to 16 contestants with poor cooking skills through an eight-week culinary boot camp, to earn a cash prize of $25,000. The recruits are trained on the various basic cooking techniques including: baking, knife skills, temperature, seasoning and preparation. The final challenge is to cook a restaurant quality three-course meal for three food critics.

The Worst Journey in the World

The Worst Journey in the World is a 2007 BBC Television docudrama based on the memoir of the same name by polar explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard. The narrator Barry Letts, best known for his tenure as the producer of Doctor Who, played Cherry-Garrard in the 1948 film Scott of the Antarctic.