Watch: Worst Movies of 2014, Reviewed by the Films Themselves
by Ethan Anderton
December 31, 2014
We've refrained from doing a list of the worst movies from 2014, simply because we'd rather take time to highlight the films you should see, rather than just bash the ones that we don't really want to talk about anymore. However, Yahoo has put together a video that is simultaneously entertaining and also calls out some of the bad movies that made it to the big screen this year. And the best part is that it's short, and uses dialogue from the films being dishonored to deliver quick but tough blows. My favorite is the line they chose from Dwayne Johnson for Hercules, which I can't believe is in that movie, since I have not seen it yet.
Here's The Worst Movies of 2014 Review Themselves from Yahoo:
It starts off with a bang by taking down Into the Storm, and it's pretty accurate with naming the terrible movies of the year. But of course, since this is all opinion-based, there's bound to be some discrepancies. Personally, I'm one of the few people who enjoyed the hell out of A Million Ways to Die in the West and will defend it to the death. And I actually couldn't find much to hate about Liam Neeson in Non-Stop from earlier in the year either. But Gary Oldman yelling "This has to stop!" from the RoboCop remake is a nice overarching criticism that could work for all the reboots, remakes and all that nonsense. Thoughts?
Haha!! It's like the screenwriters knew they were writing garbage....the last one is great.
TheOct8pus on Dec 31, 2014
Eh, I liked Robocop. More so than a Million Ways to Die.
backwardsprogress on Dec 31, 2014
Million Ways to Die was hilarious.
mooreworthy on Dec 31, 2014
Yeah, Robocop didn't suck entirely, it was a good shot imo. The rest, yeah, they all belonged there.
Guy who comments on things on Dec 31, 2014
Actually quite liked Winter's Tale, don't even give a feckballs.
Carpola on Dec 31, 2014
HERCULES was such a let down. I know I should have expected as much, but The Rock should have done a better job as being the demi-g-d.
DAVIDPD on Jan 1, 2015
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