'Titanic' 3-D to Hit Theaters: What's the Worst 3-D Movie Ever Made?
It's not even out yet, but we definitely don't need to see "Titanic" again in 3-D.
'Clash of the Titans'
Critics panned this 2010 remake, with the Los Angeles Times wondering if it's "the first film to actually be made worse by being in 3D."
'The Last Airbender'
Where did you go wrong, M. Night Shyamalan? Along with most critics, The New York Post slammed this film for its "cheesy special effects" and "murky, cut-rate 3-D."
'Friday the 13th Part III'
Critics mocked this 1982 threequel’s 3-D effects for being gimmicky, but others say the movie is so bad, it’s good.
Even kids didn't like this lame-o attempt at 3-D that embarrassingly features Justin Timberlake.
3-D sharks should be scary … and when they’re not, that’s a problem. Most fans find this installment an embarrassment to the franchise.
OK, OK, we choked up in the theater back in 1997 when Jack (spoiler alert!) froze to death (though we still maintain there was enough room on the raft for both of them). But most of us can agree that this mega-hit was cheesy and overwrought, and we've definitely seen it enough on TNT.
Nevertheless, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the doomed ship's maiden voyage on April 10, 1912, director James Cameron plans to re-release it in theaters on that date next year ... in 3-D.
"There's a whole generation that's never seen 'Titanic' as it was meant to be seen, on the big screen," he said in a statement.
Thanks James, but we'll pass. Click through our slideshow and let us know: From "The Last Airbender" to "Clash of the Titans," what's the worst 3-D movie ever made?
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