The time has come where we discuss the worst movie we've seen as 2017 comes to a close. What's the one film that you've seen this year that sucked so badly, that you wish it would just end. If it's more than one film which movies did you dislike, and which one would you say was the absolute worst of the lot.
I'll start things off and say the Mummy
__________________ "Happiness is a lie. Life is horror. The light is always dying all across the universe. The last star will flicker out someday, when it does, all that remains is shadow. And I will be its king!"'-Amahl Farouk
Ya I've been lacking in my movie-going experiences as well, so when I do watch a flick (especially in theaters), it's usually a surefire homerun:
- GotG Vol. 2
- Thor: Ragnarok
Those are the only 3 movies I've seen in theaters this year I think.
However, those I watched on home media (Logan, Beauty and the Beast, Split, King Arthur, Ghost in the Shell, The Boss Baby, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming, War Machine) have all been anywhere from incredible genre-defining (Logan) all the way to pretty good/decent enough (The Boss Baby, BatB 2017).
__________________ QUANCHI112:In between the passes Khan will tear out the orca teeth and use them as an offensive weapon. Khan has crushed a skull before so tearing a tooth off a whale should be no issue.
Yeah, I was very disappointed too. I haven't read the novel that it's based on, but apparently it's pretty good. When Martin Scorsese was originally attached to direct, it has to be. But then again, they butchered The Dark Tower as well, so nothing is sacred.
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under the bed.
Pretty much this. It might not have been the worst film of the year, since I actively try and avoid films I think are going to suck, but it was definitely the one I thought was the most disappointing. It had so much potential and it was mishandled to a near-criminal extent, from the casting and the directing to the writing and the overall view and tone.