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    Default Most hated movies of 2010-2019

    You can share your thoughts of movies you dislike/hate which have a higher critical approval aggregate on rotten tomatoes or you think are overrated in anyway, I know I have a negative opinion toward some popular movies, but I think movies most people agree that are bad would dominate lists.


    Let's say I hate:


    Red Riding Hood (2010): What am I supposed to take from this movie? It thinks it's a smartly told mystery that uses werewolves instead of the basic simple "hungry wolf talks to little girl and goes to her grandma's home to eat her whole", and made it a messy plot that drives viewers crazy.

    Dark Phoenix (2019): What was that movie about, exactly? I know it's supposed to have a central idea that works, but it's lost in execution, and in many other respects.

    Mortal Engines (2018): This is a bag of feces with some ideas with potential, and some lovely looking effects, but it's a mess that has no business being praised, and I'm glad it is mostly shunned.

    I, Frankenstein (2014): Boring nonsense, messy plot, stupid villains, stupid war, stupid characters... why do people fund and work on scripts that were bad without evaluating them properly? This movie takes itself too seriously and it's hard to make fun of or enjoy its silliness.

    Batman V Superman: Dawn of Extensions and Directors Dreams, yadda yadda yadda (2016): This shattered a long awaited dream I've waited so long to see realized, and it makes me upset. The extended cut is even worse than the poorly edited theatrical release.


    To name a few of the movies I remember and passionately hate from last decade.
    So, what are yours?
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    Man of Steel was the only movie I saw in a theater that I hated that I can recall of the top of my head. This thread may remind me of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Force League Unlimited View Post
    You can share your thoughts of movies you dislike/hate which have a higher critical approval aggregate on rotten tomatoes or you think are overrated in anyway, I know I have a negative opinion toward some popular movies, but I think movies most people agree that are bad would dominate lists.


    Let's say I hate:


    Red Riding Hood (2010): What am I supposed to take from this movie? It thinks it's a smartly told mystery that uses werewolves instead of the basic simple "hungry wolf talks to little girl and goes to her grandma's home to eat her hole", and made it a messy plot that drives viewers crazy.

    Dark Phoenix (2019): What was that movie about, exactly? I know it's supposed to have a central idea that works, but it's lost in execution, and in many other respects.

    Mortal Engines (2018): This is a bag of feces with some ideas with potential, and some lovely looking effects, but it's a mess that has no business being praised, and I'm glad it is mostly shunned.

    I, Frankenstein (2014): Boring nonsense, messy plot, stupid villains, stupid war, stupid characters... why do people fund and work on scripts that were bad without evaluating them properly? This movie takes itself too seriously and it's hard to make fun of or enjoy its silliness.

    Batman V Superman: Dawn of Extensions and Directors Dreams, yadda yadda yadda (2016): This shattered a long awaited dream I've waited so long to see realized, and it makes me upset. The extended cut is even worse than the poorly edited theatrical release.


    To name a few of the movies I remember and passionately hate from last decade.
    So, what are yours?
    I didn't hate any of those movies some aren't really that great but others are ok to good in my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by choptop View Post
    I didn't hate any of those movies some aren't really that great but others are ok to good in my opinion
    Better to have fun than be frustrated at least.

    Are there movies you didn't like from last decade?
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    Didn't hate them, but the 2 MCU Spider-Man movies disappoint me a lot. They're the weakest MCU films out there, and no better than the "bad" Spider-Man movies that preceded them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    Didn't hate them, but the 2 MCU Spider-Man movies disappoint me a lot. They're the weakest MCU films out there, and no better than the "bad" Spider-Man movies that preceded them.
    Agreed. I didn't hate them. There were a lot of entertainment value in them, IMO...but both movies left an empty feeling for me. They were the definition of popcorn movies.

    Most hated? Joker. Worthless, IMO.
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    The Last Jedi. Full stop. A horrible sequel to The Force Awakens that was obsessed with the Neo-Nazi School Shooter so much it sacrificed all of the good characters from TFA before it and from the OT that it could to try and make him the focus of the franchise, topped in some pretentious bullshit, all while trying to be progressive while ending up regressive because of its biases. The Rise of Skywalker isn’t any better, but that’s mostly because it has to crawl through the shit TLJ left behind alongside LFL’s serious case of denial about where they’d screwed up.

    The Predator This felt like another waste of a major property out of arrogance and half-baked ideas, and like TLJ, it mostly wasted a great cast and a lot of hard work. The fact it also seemed to ignore the supplementary material it could have used for inspiration but thought it could discard all previous non-Schwarzenegger movies out of hand is just rich.

    Basically, if the previous movie you’re teeing off of did a decent to good job, and you’re part of a large franchise that has material you can use creatively, and you let yourself get high off you’re own farts, you waste a great opportunity and cause more aggravation than if you have an original idea and it flops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Force League Unlimited View Post
    Red Riding Hood (2010): What am I supposed to take from this movie? It thinks it's a smartly told mystery that uses werewolves instead of the basic simple "hungry wolf talks to little girl and goes to her grandma's home to eat her hole", and made it a messy plot that drives viewers crazy.
    Was this the porn parody


    For me, it was First Man (2018) They make a movie about something I love- the race to the moon - and they absolutely ruined it by shooting every single frame with a steadycam. This was the first and only time I had to leave a movie halfway through because it was making me physically ill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arfguy View Post
    Agreed. I didn't hate them. There were a lot of entertainment value in them, IMO...but both movies left an empty feeling for me. They were the definition of popcorn movies.

    Most hated? Joker. Worthless, IMO.
    I'm actually the rare exception in this forum for being one of the few (maybe only) who liked Joker.


    I thought Murder on the Orient Express wasn't that great compared to previous versions. Again, didn't hate it, but felt it plodded a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by godisawesome View Post
    The Last Jedi. Full stop. A horrible sequel to The Force Awakens that was obsessed with the Neo-Nazi School Shooter so much it sacrificed all of the good characters from TFA before it and from the OT that it could to try and make him the focus of the franchise, topped in some pretentious bullshit, all while trying to be progressive while ending up regressive because of its biases. The Rise of Skywalker isn’t any better, but that’s mostly because it has to crawl through the shit TLJ left behind alongside LFL’s serious case of denial about where they’d screwed up.
    As someone who enjoyed the retread of A New Hope I hoped for something enjoyable here, alas, I was mistaken.

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    Sucker Punch. Titillation in the guise of female empowerment. And an effed up ending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I'm actually the rare exception in this forum for being one of the few (maybe only) who liked Joker.


    I thought Murder on the Orient Express wasn't that great compared to previous versions. Again, didn't hate it, but felt it plodded a bit.
    I thought Joker was a good movie. Don't understand the hate it gets on this forum.

    In terms of movies I hated, New Mutants tops the list, but that has a lot to do with my fandom. Magik is my favorite character in all of fiction, and I like the rest of the cast. What they did to those characters makes me so angry, and that's on top of the movie being horrible on its own merits and failing at basic storytelling.

    Rise of Skywalker is another one. I never thought I'd see a Star Wars movie with no redeeming qualities, but here it is. Terrible story. Terrible pacing. Terrible characters. Boring action. Even the music sucks. Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Last Jedi are Citizen Cain compared to Rise of Skywalker. All of those at least have some good moments peppered throughout and great music. Rise of Skywalker had nothing.

    Those are really the only 2 I hated. I don't go see movies if I don't think I'll like them, and maybe afterwards I'll watch something like Dark Phoenix just out of morbid curiosity to see how bad it really is.
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    Avengers: Age of Ultron dances with hate from me. Mainly because so many other MCU movies are so good and that one sucked donkey balls. But I really am ok if I never see the movie again. Guess the end justified the means, though, because we got overall story progression out of it, plus Wandavision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Taylor View Post
    Avengers: Age of Ultron dances with hate from me. Mainly because so many other MCU movies are so good and that one sucked donkey balls. But I really am ok if I never see the movie again. Guess the end justified the means, though, because we got overall story progression out of it, plus Wandavision.
    So I take it you did not find Stark's joke about the Hulk and Black Widow playing "hide the zucchini" amusing?

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    Movies I saw and hated:

    Star Trek Into Darkness. Just a bad movie all around, even before we get into the 9/11 conspiracism. Benedict Cumberbatch gave possibly the worst performance in a big budget movie I've ever seen. And on top of all of that there's the sheer sensory assault of all those lensflares and glaringly white walls.

    Batman V Superman. Just a plodding, dull, mess from start to tedious finish.

    Movies that looked so bad I didn't see them:

    Rise of the Skywalker: "hey, remember how The Last Jedi made Star Wars interesting for the first time in decades? We're sorry about that, it won't happen again."

    Joker: Just looked like a terrible attempt to convince themselves that their movie about Batman's clown enemy was deep without actually making it so.

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