As individuals, we like different types of movies. Some of us like action movies, adventure movies, drama movies, and even comedy movies. However, there are some movies that just do not quite fit into any of our top lists because they are so bad. So check out the top ten worst movies 2015:
10. The Forger
The Forger is a decent movie, but lacks any real emotion. John Travolta’s character is boring and passionless. The plot is fairly dense, but the relationship between John’s character and his son is what keeps the movie alive. The script is not fully played out and it leaves you wishing you knew more. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 8% with an average rating of 4.2/10 per review.
9. Strange Magic
Strange Magic debuted as the all-time worst for an animated films making only $5.5 million and 7th on the list for worst opening for any film. Most reviews were negative saying the story was incomplete with a karaoke feel. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 16% with an average rating of 3.8/10 per review. It certainly is an unfinished film.
8. Point Break
This remake of this film did not do the original justice. The extreme sports footage was choppy and heavily edited resulting in a GoPro feel. This left the audience feeling bored and wanting more. The plot is hard to follow and the acting was subpar making this film an overall failure. Rotten Tomatoes rated it at 9% with an average rating of 3.7/10 per review.
Mortdecai is probably the worst movie in Johnny Depp’s career. The movie lacks any sort of real humor. The jokes are terrible, the acting is subpar (despite the large list of star actors), and the characters are seriously flawed. Unfortunately, this movie just did not hit the mark. Rotten Tomatoes has this one rated at 13% with an average rating of 3.4/10 per review.
6. The Last Witch Hunter
The Last Witch Hunter is above all else confusing and boring. Most reviews noted that the acting was not good and the characters were one-dimensional. However, the visual effects did help take away from the fact that the plot was lifeless and lacking. This is not one of Vin Diesel’s better films, even being fantasy it could have been better. The logic factor is just lost. Rotten Tomatoes rated it at 16% with an average rating of 3.8/10 per review.
5. Sinister 2
Sinister 2 did not get the reviews that the predecessor did. In fact, some are calling it the worst horror film in history because of its directing, special effects and plot. The sequel tends to be more gruesome, but not much scarier than the first. In fact, some do not find it scary at all. The plot is somewhat confusing and underdeveloped, leaving the characters out of place. Rotten Tomatoes has this one rated at 14% with an average rating of 4/10 per review.
4. Taken 3
Taken 3 is the third and final movie in the trilogy. It is rated the worst of the three movies noting bad direction, a trite plot and terrible editing. No one actually gets abducted in this sequel, making it completely different than the first two in the installment. In the end, it’s just not nearly as entertaining or suspenseful as the others making this one boring and needing more. Rotten Tomatoes gave it a rating of 10% with an average rating of 3.4/10 per review.
3. The Fantastic Four
Fantastic Four was projected to make over $50 million dollars in the United States and Canada during its opening weekend, but flopped dramatically only making $11.3 million in sales. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a rating of 9% with an average rating of 3.4/10 per review. The biggest criticisms are the slow pace of the plot, poor acting, lack of special effects, and the absence of any type of excitement.
2. The Loft
The Loft received mostly negative reviews citing it the least demanding sleazy erotic thriller. The movie only grossed $6 million in the United States. It is confusing with several flashbacks/flash-forwards and the plot is quite dreadful. The cast is not very good and the characters are unlikable making this movie even more difficult to watch. Overall the script is terrible, the directing is off and the focus of the movie is not good. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a rating of 11% with an average rating of 2.9/10 per review.
1. Hot Tub Time Machine 2
Hot Tub Time Machine 2’s gross sales were less than the budget for the film ($13 million) and it only made $6 million during opening weekend. One of the biggest complaints of this movie is the lack of humor and the distasteful jokes. The writers did not do a good job with this one at all. Qualities that made the original decent were definitely left out of this one. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a rating of 14% with an average rating of 3.3/10 per review.