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    What is the worst movie you saw in theaters in 2016?

    I'd have to say Finding Dory. I thought it dragged a little and wasn't as good as Finding Nemo. Batman vs. Superman would be close behind.

    I'm asking about just movies you saw in theaters, because it is a lot easier to rent clunkers, etc..

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    Yea..I'd go with bats. V. Supes
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    "The Girl on the Train". Dense, quite predictable, weak woman public character representation and corny ending. I don't know if the book is something like that
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    Batman VS Superman for me.
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    I'm not a Harry Potter fan, so I may have liked it more if I was since it was deep into the lore. Definitely not a terrible film, just wasn't for me. I thankfully skipped on a lot of the badly notorious films this year.

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    Worst film was by far Batman v Superman - a total mess of a movie that was a huge missed opportunity for the DCEU. Special dishonorable mention for Suicide Squad, a non-nonsensical plot with a terrible Joker performance
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    Batman vs Superman Dawn of Justice, which is saying a lot considering I only saw it for free because I got a code for a free ticket when I bought Flash season 1.
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    I don't think I saw a single movie in theaters this year that was bad. The only one I would say that kinda bored me was Finding Dory--so maybe that I guess--but it wasn't bad per se--But, it was just Finding Nemo with characters reversed

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    I have already 'fixed' batman vs superman in my video editor. .

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    Suicide Squad....Then BVS even though the expanded edition is a LITTLE better....

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    TMNT Out of the Shadows gets my vote.

    It was too little, too late for Bebop, Rocksteady and Krang to save Michael Bay's over designed 7' tall Ninja Turtles. The best characters in the movie were the CGI characters. Baxter, April, Casey and Shredder were terrible.

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    Hmm, of the movies I actually saw in theaters, the three most disappointing were The Girl on the Train, Batman v Superman, and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. I was expecting to dislike BvS though because I didn't much like Snyder's Man of Steel, and the buzz had been pretty bad. Still, it was IMO a worse movie on its own than either of the other two, which were more 'meh' than outright bad.
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    Independence Day 2, which is a shame because I really like the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    I'd have to say Finding Dory. I thought it dragged a little and wasn't as good as Finding Nemo. Batman vs. Superman would be close behind.

    I'm asking about just movies you saw in theaters, because it is a lot easier to rent clunkers, etc..


    I didn't think Finding Dory was needed at all.
    I didn't think she would make ae good main character.

    But darn it...if they didn't pull it off and it was a rather fun and amazing movie. Plus we got ed as Hank. it was one of the few movies, along with Ice Age and captain America that I really enjoyed 100%.

    Everything else?
    Feigbusters was by far the worse. I have nightmares thanks to some of the ***** i've run into in other places trying to derail a conversation where virtually 90% of the forum agreed that it sucked. I've honestly never met so many dickish 'fans' in my life. and my view on ghostbuster fans in general was pretty sour at that point but this movie just cinched it.

    Batman Versus Superman and Idependance Day 2 come a VERY close second. The Former had two of the biggest super heroe's on record teaming up in live action for the first time.. and I could have cared less. Batman wasn't batman. Superman was worse than batman. wonder woman was there for some reason who still looks like paris hilton in a cosplay and can't act much better. and the movie, just like most of DC's murder verse, is just boring with no sense of fun or wonder or reasoning. I went back and watched worlds finiest to see how it should be done.

    ID42. No emotion. No setup. no original plot. No real Call backs. characters where not where i wanted them to be. others drifted apart and hardly interacted at all. the ones left looked bored.


    So many movies i have no desire to ever to see again. I won't even bring up that mess calling itself star trek.

    movies these days are run and created by either focus groups and committees, or world building. that's all.

    oh, and china pandering causing them to suffer even more.

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    Of the movies I saw in the theaters... here's my list of things I found disappointing. There are other movies I either waited for DVD... or have NOT seen yet, but with the rule of 'viewed in the theater'... this is what I have.


    Don't Breathe: I enjoyed some of it, but the ending was kind of shark-jumpy and just nasty...Kind of ruined it for me.



    Girl on the Train: Ehhhh too much sex... Not enough mystery. Poor trailer I guess. It wasn't a terrible movie, but not what I expected to see.

    Batman v Superman: This had a few shining moments in a large pile of sludge. Still can't bring myself to buy or rent the extended edition... I probably will, but it hasn't happened yet.

    Nice Guys: I thought this would have been a great pilot for a TV Series. The characters were fantastic.... but focusing the whole story on the 70's porn industry was remarkably bleh... It now resides in my mind where Dylan Dog is. Something I really didn't enjoy the plot of... but if they made a sequel with those actors on a new case... I'd be first in line.

    X-men Apocalypse: I really can't think of anything redeemable about this movie. The more I think about it... I just see lost potential. SOOOOO many stupid directorial/script decisions... that it's really just a crime. I was glad to see Cyclops back in some fashion... I LOVED the costumes they got at the end... but that just highlighted that they didn't have them the whole movie... Which made me even madder.

    Disappointing doesn't always mean 'bad'. These are a few movies I'm glad I saw, but wouldn't bother buying... Of them all, I think X-men Apocalypse wins for worst movie of the year! I really thought it would be BVS, but nope... X-men takes it. Just an absolute mess of missed chances and screwed up characters.

    From what I hear, Suicide Squad may be the biggest winner, but I can't bring myself to watch that one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaGearMax View Post
    TMNT Out of the Shadows gets my vote.

    It was too little, too late for Bebop, Rocksteady and Krang to save Michael Bay's over designed 7' tall Ninja Turtles. The best characters in the movie were the CGI characters. Baxter, April, Casey and Shredder were terrible.
    I kind of enjoyed it... on DVD. Missed it at the theater.

    Honestly, I had to completely unplug my brain, because yeah... it had a TON of flaws, but I decided that THIS was the movie I wanted in the 1991. It played JUST like an episode of the cartoon... Bebop, Rocksteady, Krang, Special Mcguffins to bring the technodrome... THAT was what I wanted as TMNT 2 back in the day.

    It was still a terrible movie... but it was really a fun nostalgic kind of terrible for me.

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    Ghostbusters aka Stinkbusters for me! what a painfully unfunny, poorly written and badly paced piece of crap remake that is nothing but an insult to the franchise and a corporate money-grab where the original was a passion project with a brilliant intelligent smart witty script and an example of what 80's/90's comedy did right and what some modern comedy is doing wrong. I'm glad it flopped and should teach Sony to leave this franchise alone and it died with Harold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryCanyon View Post
    Ghostbusters aka Stinkbusters for me! what a painfully unfunny, poorly written and badly paced piece of crap remake that is nothing but an insult to the franchise and a corporate money-grab where the original was a passion project with a brilliant intelligent smart witty script and an example of what 80's/90's comedy did right and what some modern comedy is doing wrong. I'm glad it flopped and should teach Sony to leave this franchise alone and it died with Harold.
    as long as amy pascal is around, who hi jacked the entire project to spread her anti male feminist hate....probably not going to happen.

    i can't believe so many people like paul feig. or are just in hollywood and say they do, cause they feel they have too..


    but as bad as that movie was, i don't even count it as a real movie because of the un natural way in how it got made.

    so in that case, i'd have to probably change my vote to either Bay turtles 2 or Batman V superman.

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    I don't make it to see too many movies in the theater these days. I think I saw 11 or 12 movies in the theater in 2016 - mostly super hero films or animated stuff with my son.

    Of the movies I did see the bottom 3 were Batman v Superman, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Nine Lives. If I'm being honest, Nine Lives was probably the worst of the movies... but Batman v Superman was by far the most disappointing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PantherCult View Post
    I don't make it to see too many movies in the theater these days. I think I saw 11 or 12 movies in the theater in 2016 - mostly super hero films or animated stuff with my son.

    Of the movies I did see the bottom 3 were Batman v Superman, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Nine Lives. If I'm being honest, Nine Lives was probably the worst of the movies... but Batman v Superman was by far the most disappointing.
    Kung Fu Panda 3 was not as rewarding as i thought it would be. it was almost a bit too simple compared to the second one, and didn't have the fun sense of discovery the first one had.

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    Really terrible movie, I think more He-Man fans should pay attention to...

    Made by Matel, and it was cheap, or at least it felt very cheap, and I have no idea who this was aimed at as an audience, but it was clearly DARRPA porn.

    ..and clearly a rip off of Guyver.

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    Alice Through the Looking Glass. I fell asleep at one point. Gave it a second chance on dvd....and fell asleep again. Not my cup of tea I guess!

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