Octopussy. I dislike Roger Moore as Bond to start out with (not his fault, I just prefer Connery and Craig), and the jokes are too tired for me, plus death by octopus, plus Bond dressing as a clown. I would rather watch George Lazenby's Bond movie over and over again rather than watch Octopussy ever again. I would rather make a movie of myself scrubbing my feet than ever watch that stupid, stupid, horrible movie again.
The Son of No One. Basically, a person threatens a man who's become a cop for murders he committed as a child. The people he murdered were scumbags and no one missed them, so a cop gave him a break and never brought him in. Apparently, that's unconscionable, so she has to threaten to blow the case wide open more than a decade after it all happened.
And, because of her antics, she gets a journalist and her own brother (who is the cop's best friend from childhood) killed. Tell me, please, how on earth did that help anyone? Instead of basically blackmailing people she believes to be immoral, why didn't she, I don't know, go to the newspaper and just have them print a story about it? But no, now even more people are dead because she was a complete idiot.
The Prince and the Showgirl. Good grief, what an atrocity. I really did try to watch it, but 10 - 15 minutes was all I could take. I'm not sure who was worst in that movie, and, frankly I don't care. By the time I decided it wasn't for me, I was about to hit the TV because everyone was all wrong for their roles.