Hey everyone. It’s that time of the year again. I sat through these movies all year just for each and every one of you. I dealt with these bad boys so that you wouldn’t have to. I spent 16 hours and 45 minutes watching these flicks and I just hope that you listened to me throughout the year. Some of these can be swapped around a few numbers here and there, but they remain the worst movies that I saw this year. I saw a ton of movies this year, but not all of them, so if one if missing from this list don’t get all bent out of shape. Let’s get to it!
I wasn’t as harsh on The Water Diviner than I should have been in my review. The story could have been a good one, but in the end it just felt drawn out and dry. When I was going through my lists over the last week of the year, the only thing that came to mind when thinking about this one was “bore-fest”.
What is the deal with these guys? I’ve said many times before that I enjoy Kevin Hart’s stand-up stuff so much more than his movies. As far as Will Ferrell is concerned, the last time I semi-enjoyed a movie of his was The Other Guys back in 2010. Let’s get it together people!
Hmm…back to back Kevin Hart entries on my worst movies of the year list. I would apologize to the fans of his movies, but shouldn’t he be the one apologizing to them? Listen, I will try to have some more fun with Kevin Hart flicks in 2016, ok? Ok, fine I will try my best.
I actually just watched this at my brother-in-law’s house last weekend. I missed the screening for this one during the year and now I can see just how lucky I was to have missed it. Talk about bore-fest – just buy a new purse already!!
I ignored everything that I heard about this one going into the screening. I thought to myself “self, how bad could a movie with Vergara and Witherspoon possibly be?” Well, it was really bad. When a movie misses so badly on what is its only job (to be funny) then it reserves a spot on this very list.
Then there are times where movies (particularly drama’s) that are so bad that you find yourself laughing during certain scenes. While I can see the appeal in this one (as well as Hot Pursuit) for men, just realize that you have to sit through a ton of crap to see J-Lo and Vergara. Is it really worth it?
When the director of a film is tweeting about how bad it is, you know just how bad it is. I really wanted to like Fantastic Four enough to keep it off this list mostly because of Kate Mara. She is great in House of Cards!
You guys have given over $200 million of your hard earned money to these movies and it’s about damn time you stopped! That is all.
Another year, another Adam Sandler flick on this list. Thankfully, this one missed its budget. It doesn’t mean that Sandler won’t still be churning out the trash, but it does mean that you are starting to listen to me. Good work.
I’m not sure that I can put into words exactly how pissed off I was when I saw the screening for Chappie. It held the top spot on this list for me ever since the screening. It is absolutely horrible and the acting (if you can call it acting) was pure rubbish.
That’s all for this year everyone. I would say you’re welcome for all of the warnings, but I just realized we gave away passes and made you see some of these atrocious movies this year. Ah well, we will continue to do so in 2016! Happy New Year!