Not in the OP's sentence.Can I say VERY is used to modify FILM only, regardless of WORST?
In the above examples, very is used with its adjectival meaning — 'actual'.Dictionary example sentences:
Those were her very words.
He might be phoning her at this very moment.
That's the very thing I need.
See post #2.I don't think I have seen "very" describing superlatives, maybe the maker of the workbook made a mistake.