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With the list of the year’s best movies behind us now, it’s time to look on the other side of the coin: the worst. For every good movie in a year, there are usually about two or three bad ones. Sadly, the bad movies typically stick out more than the good ones.
So, instead of begrudgingly asking why we saw these movies in the first place, let’s just look back and try to make good use of whatever hours were wasted watching these movies on the silver screen.
Just like with the best list, however, I should also mentioned here that this is just simply a list of movies that I have seen thus far this year. So, of course, there are a few supposed stinkers that have been able to make it past my viewing experience so far, and will, because of that, not be on this list. Those movies include: Transcendence; Need for Speed; I, Frankenstein; The Other Woman; Winter’s Tale; Walk of Shame; A Haunted House 2; Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return; The Single Mom’s Club; Mom’s Night Out; Sabotage; Son of God; and Brick Mansions, just to name a few.
Additionally, here are some (dis)honorable mentions: Devil’s Due, The Legend of Hercules, 3 Days to Kill, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Stalingrad, A Million Ways to Die in the West, and Words and Pictures.
Now, without further ado, let’s look back on some of the year’s less-likeable films….
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