We take a look at the 30 films rated 10% or less we reviewed in 2021, and came up with the 5 lowest scored.
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“Hitman: Agent 47” is more forgettable than terrible with weird narrative choices that leave your mind even as you’re watching it unfold.
“Movie 43” is more of a dare than a film, a litmus test of just how much of a bad thing you can stomach in a single viewing.
“Catwoman” is every bit as bad as you remember and every bit as terrible as anyone who has tried to forget they’ve seen it tells you it is.
“Cosmic Sin” is kitchen sink filmmaking, riddled with an incomprehensible narrative, poor writing, and even worse acting from otherwise competent actors.
“Kazaam” is so bad we subconsciously created a different movie starring a different actor with essentially the same premise in hopes to pretend there was something better than what actually exists.
“Alone in the Dark” is a blemish on any actor’s resume that should be apologized for regardless of the years that have passed since 2005.
“The Mighty Ducks” strikes a chord with viewers because it embraces every aspect of its genre and executes on a fun, exciting level.
Josh Trank’s 2015 “Fantastic Four” chooses the wrong stories to tell, and the wrong actors to tell them, resulting in a vapid viewing affair.
I staved off watching “A Thousand Words” long past the deadline for when my review was due. I’m not sure…