It’s been a great year for movies, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been terrible.These guys are the worst of the worst.
has been covered. The best movies of the year, the best TV shows of the year, and the best performances of the year. We also provided a list of the most missed movies of the year. But we saved the worst until last.
This year has been an impressive year for movies. barbie and oppenheimer Breathing life into the box office success of filmmaking legend Miyazaki (boy and heron) and Scorsese (Murderers of the Flower Moon) Proving that their genius is undiminished, there were plenty of stinkers, and not just from the Marvel movie factory. Considering the sheer amount of bad movies that audiences received this year, narrowing down the list to the 10 worst movies of the year proved difficult, and recent films like Apple TV+’s Mark Wahlberg starrer The same was true. family plan and Netflix’s Zack Snyder Space Opera Rebel Moon – Part 1: Son of Fire I narrowly missed the cut.
These weren’t as bad as uninspiring movies that wasted people’s time and hard-earned money.
A blockbuster film featuring Adam Driver plays a rogue space explorer who fights dinosaurs, and the film’s screenwriter is directing quiet placeProduced by Sam Raimi, it was supposed to be a recipe for outrageous fun. Sadly, that wasn’t the case at all. A boring sci-fi spin that takes us relentlessly through Earth 65 million years ago. the last of us (The driver escorts a girl named Koa, played by Ariana Greenblatt, through this hellish scene.) No thrills, no chills.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
there was It wasn’t that long ago that every Marvel movie was greeted with enthusiastic anticipation. Those days are over. Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been one stinker after another, and it all comes down to this visually drab movie stripped of all the fun banter that made director Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man so likable. It started out as a mixed bag (Ruiz, played by Michael Peña, is nostalgic here) and its sole purpose is to introduce a villain named Kang, played by Jonathan Majors, who is accused of off-screen abusive behavior. Due to doubts, it has now been replaced.
Until now, Netflix has Trying desperately (and failing) to get an action series off the ground. red notification (also starring Gadot) and the Russo Brothers’ Anemia gray man to this Mission Impossible A copycat film in which Gal Gadot plays an international agent tasked with protecting the artificial intelligence system “The Heart” from falling into the wrong hands. Unfortunately, while Gadot and Jamie Dornan give underpaid performances, the film says very little about his AI.
not satisfied revive Halloween Director David Gordon Green was tasked with rebooting the series before ruining it with one bad sequel after another. exorcist A movie series starring Leslie Odom Jr. and the return of Ellen Burstyn’s Chris McNeil (hopefully they were paid for this). Unlike his new one, Halloween While the series offered a reasonably exciting first chapter, this chapter eggs you on from the jump. Our critic David Fear writes: Exorcist: Believer For some reason, I don’t get virtually anything right about this whole endeavor. A sense of jump scares and supernatural horror, a subtext that the world is collapsing and therefore otherworldly evil is in store, a treatment of Christian mythology, the concept of God, an IP that is a real object of worship Even the thing itself. ”
Kristen Roupenian new yorker Margot, a 20-year-old college sophomore, has a disappointing sexual relationship with a 34-year-old man who doesn’t fully understand the truth, then feels his anger when she doesn’t respond to his emails. Short story. While this was a nice summary of the pitfalls of modern dating, its provenance raises some interesting questions. Despite starring Emilia Jones and Nicholas Braun, the decision to turn the film into a heavy-handed “social thriller” and extend the ending with a clichéd horror sequence in which a man chases a young woman around the house was It was unfortunate. He is well cast as the main character.
white men can’t jump
whose idea was it? Is it to remake Ron Shelton’s 1992 cult classic into an unfunny mess with rapper Jack Harlow, starring a better-than-ever Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes? Harlow’s Jeremy has a habit of meditating on the court, is one of the most annoying ballers you’re likely to encounter (he makes Patrick Beverley look charming by comparison), and is one of the most annoying ballers you’re likely to encounter (he makes Patrick Beverley look charming by comparison), The whole premise, Jeremy and Kamal (Sinqua Walls) may team up to extort money from people at pickup games, but it turns out that Kamal was once a basketball prodigy and a rising prospect. Considering that, it doesn’t make sense. Who could mistake him for an average Joe?
with chris evans Ana de Armas is so talented and charming that a Washington, D.C., honey farmer (Evans) meets a nice woman (de Armas) at a farmers’ market, but he’s not involved in the dangerous CIA operations she’s known for. I can’t get into this lifeless action romantic comedy about finding out I’m a member. as “The Taxman”. Naturally, they embark on exciting (and dangerous) missions where she repeatedly saves his ass and he learns to stand up for a man. Unfortunately, this mission is ridiculously boring, filled with mind-numbing action sequences, and the two of them somehow have no chemistry at all.
this is dark Creator Kenya Barris makes her second appearance in the top five of this list, as she is also the co-author of the aforementioned work. white men can’t jump Remake. And this modern twist is Guess who’s coming to dinner Despite a cast that includes talented comedians Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sam Jay, and Rhea Perlman, the interracial formula somehow fails to generate a single laugh. you can’t. It’s cut like a sitcom and includes gridded interstitials. I don’t know if it’s romantic or not (Hill and Lauren London’s final kiss was done in CGI for some reason). Presenting irrefutable anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, such as the myth that Jews controlled the slave trade. And then there’s Andrew Schultz, one of the hackiest stand-ups of his comics.
Anna Nicole Smith: You don’t know me
was there A recent series of documentaries attempts to recast so-called “troubled” pop culture figures as victims of a rapacious tabloid culture. amy to Britney Spears framing. These documents also sought to humanize their subjects. That’s not the case here. Director Ursula MacFarlane’s Netflix documentary about the trial of late model and reality star Anna Nicole Smith is nothing short of a jarring voyeurism with shockingly low ratings for the subject. By focusing solely on her scandals at the expense of her humanity, she is guilty of the very thing she is trying to condemn.
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey
January 1, 2022, AA Milne’s 1926 book Winnie the Pooh Since it is in the public domain, anyone can make it into a movie. And that’s exactly what director Rhys Flake-Waterfield has done here, portraying Pooh and Piglet as a pair of bloodthirsty murderers who now terrorize college girls (and Christopher Robin). The slasher film was shot in 10 days on a budget of $100,000. This is an unimaginative torture-porn schlockfest that feels like the most run-of-the-mill student movie or Vulture’s IP drama.