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Spice World The Movie has been voted the worst movie ever in a poll of 12,000 discerning Brit moviegoers.

The MSN Movies survey also honoured Titanic* with a second spot, while Grease 2 mounted the podium in third place.

MSN spokesman Mike Lok said: "I'm sure most viewers would admit to getting guilty pleasure from at least one film on the list. Some movies are just so bad, they're good."

Here's the Top Ten in full:

  1. Spice World The Movie
  2. Titanic
  3. Grease 2
  4. Waterworld
  5. Hostel
  6. Anaconda
  7. Batman & Robin
  8. Gigli
  9. Catwoman
  10. Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot

Bootnote

*I'm with the poll on this one. I'd also like to buy a pint for the critic at a preview of the movie who stood up after about two hours and shouted: "Sink, for f**k's sake!" - or words to that effect.

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