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2012-12-12 11:43:17 PM  
By the way, was I alone in thinking The Avengers was a little disappointing? Not bad, by any means, but the plot and a few of the characters were kind of shallow, weren't they?
 
2012-12-12 11:43:49 PM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: Apos: Precisely. Silly of us to have expected a cogent narrative from the duo responsible for The Matrix Revolutions, eh?

Well, it wasn't that the narrative wasn't cogent. It was just that it was insubstantial, just like the book's narrative.

It said everything it wanted to say very loudly, then left you feeling not terribly moved and not terribly entertained. Worse of all, it didn't leave you very upset at spending time on it either.

Going back to bad movies from this year, I also saw Pitch Perfect. Besides a half dozen incredible "wait, they said that?" lines, the writing was terrible and the acting was worse. Let's not even get started on the music.


The trailer for "Pitch Perfect" was enough of a deterrent for me; as much as I think Anna Kendrick is a capable-and sexy-actress, that just wasn't enough of an incentive to get me to see it....


I've one question about "Atlas": Why was the book so critically acclaimed? I mean, a non-linear narrative,literally or otherwise, doesn't sound thrilling in the least.
 
2012-12-12 11:44:56 PM  

Apos: DNRTFA but Cloud Atlas, Killing Me Softly and Playing For Keeps should be on the list.


*crosses fingers for The Master
 
2012-12-12 11:48:07 PM  
Prometheus was nothing but awful.
 
2012-12-12 11:49:06 PM  

mjones73: DamnYankees: Swoop1809: MrHappyRotter: For every movie on that list, you're bound to find several folks who will announce "Sure, it wasn't the greatest, but it totally doesn't deserve to be on the worst of 2012 list". In the case of Snow White and the Huntsman, please make a note that I'm that guy.

The effects for Snow White and the Huntsman were great and the premise was good. It had so much potential, they just didnt capitalize on it. Make it a half hour shorter and replace Kristen Stewart with someone that could be considered "fair" and we have a pretty good movie.

Kristen Stewart single-handedly killed the movie for me. Horribly miscast.

Yeah please tell me how this..

is fairer this this...


Suspension of disbelief: BROKEN
 
2012-12-12 11:50:20 PM  
Ok, it was also insulting.
 
2012-12-12 11:50:46 PM  

Apos: I've one question about "Atlas": Why was the book so critically acclaimed? I mean, a non-linear narrative,literally or otherwise, doesn't sound thrilling in the least.


My friend who is much more literature-savvy than I am tells me that she sees Cloud Atlas as a very interesting (but obviously imperfectly executed) exercise in writing multiple styles within one cohesive whole.

I definitely picked up on that. There were sections I enjoyed and sections which I disliked, but respected. The part that turned me off was that the author seemed to be trying to show you something more, but either he wasn't presenting it under the right lights or it was just inherently anti-climactic.

Apos: as much as I think Anna Kendrick is a capable-and sexy-actress


She was basically absent for the entire movie. Said her lines, went home.
 
2012-12-12 11:50:57 PM  
I really wanted to like Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter but it took itself way too seriously for its subject matter.

The others I had the good sense to avoid.
 
2012-12-12 11:51:10 PM  

Wayne 985: By the way, was I alone in thinking The Avengers was a little disappointing? Not bad, by any means, but the plot and a few of the characters were kind of shallow, weren't they?


I think they did a decent job getting them all together, most of the character development is done in the individual movies.
 
2012-12-12 11:51:10 PM  

Fano: Apos: DNRTFA but Cloud Atlas, Killing Me Softly and Playing For Keeps should be on the list.

*crosses fingers for The Master


I've yet to see "The Master", but judging from this thread, that might be for the best. I was REALLY looking forward to seeing Joaquin Phoenix in a serious role-alongside the superb Phillip Seymour Hoffman, no less-and I dug the trailer. I must say that it's very disheartening to read so many negative reviews about it.
 
2012-12-12 11:51:50 PM  

GoodHomer: The list is fail without "The Master".

It was so bad I wanted to pluck out my eyeballs and stuff them in my ears so I could be spared both the sight and sounds of that pretentious, aimless, and boring POS monstrosity.


Curses! It must have been left off the list because the maker has always wanted to watch a drunk Joaquin Phoenix drill a fat chick. The director at least has the hoodoo power to convince random actresses that full frontal nudity is crucial for the movie,
 
2012-12-12 11:52:32 PM  

Wayne 985: By the way, was I alone in thinking The Avengers was a little disappointing? Not bad, by any means, but the plot and a few of the characters were kind of shallow, weren't they?


The Avengers is simply a shallow movie. I think it was about as good as it could get for the time allotted, given the plot. Then again the characters are completely f*cking ridiculous. The supporting movies sucked. Captain America sucked, Thor was over the top cheese with over the top music. The only really decent movies leading up to it were the Ironman movies, and there were some pretty stupid plot holes in those movies too.

The only even remotely interesting character in the movie was the Hulk and he didn't even have a lead-in movie.
 
2012-12-12 11:54:46 PM  
I know I'm going to catch hell for this, but I enjoyed Battleship. I didn't expect much from it. I knew before going in that it would be the average summer "popcorn" movie. It wasn't expected to be a blockbuster or cutting edge. I found it to be entertaining in a goofy sort of way. The movie wasn't meant to be taken seriously. I really didn't care for the casting choice of Rhianna, but meh.... I just don't get why so many people hate on it like it's the worst thing since cancer
 
2012-12-12 11:57:21 PM  

Apos: Fano: Apos: DNRTFA but Cloud Atlas, Killing Me Softly and Playing For Keeps should be on the list.

*crosses fingers for The Master

I've yet to see "The Master", but judging from this thread, that might be for the best. I was REALLY looking forward to seeing Joaquin Phoenix in a serious role-alongside the superb Phillip Seymour Hoffman, no less-and I dug the trailer. I must say that it's very disheartening to read so many negative reviews about it.


Phillip Seymour Hoffman is great in it. You might get more mileage out of it than I. I also had high hopes, the gf and I watched Boogie Nights the night before. The Master made us think both movies could have stood to shed about 20to minutes, but damned if we knew which 20 minutes.
 
2012-12-12 11:59:22 PM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: Apos: I've one question about "Atlas": Why was the book so critically acclaimed? I mean, a non-linear narrative,literally or otherwise, doesn't sound thrilling in the least.

My friend who is much more literature-savvy than I am tells me that she sees Cloud Atlas as a very interesting (but obviously imperfectly executed) exercise in writing multiple styles within one cohesive whole.

I definitely picked up on that. There were sections I enjoyed and sections which I disliked, but respected. The part that turned me off was that the author seemed to be trying to show you something more, but either he wasn't presenting it under the right lights or it was just inherently anti-climactic.

Apos: as much as I think Anna Kendrick is a capable-and sexy-actress

She was basically absent for the entire movie. Said her lines, went home.


I,too, enjoyed certain parts of "Atlas"(especially the resident facility one and parts of "Soomi 451") but it just....failed to gel satisfactorily. It insisted upon itself to an insufferable degree.


As for "Perfect"....Well, thanks for confirming my suspicions.
 
2012-12-13 12:03:48 AM  

Balchinian: ...let's just say if Gilbert Gottfried's voice were a person, it would be Adam Sandler.


This comment needs to be quoted more.
 
2012-12-13 12:05:27 AM  
Who, precisely was the Three Stooges movie made for?
 
2012-12-13 12:09:27 AM  

Swoop1809: I thought The Campaign was freaking hilarious

 
2012-12-13 12:10:58 AM  
The fact that the list didn't mention "the Oogieloves" shows that they don't actually know all the bad movies that came out this year.

They have no business making a list.
 
2012-12-13 12:21:41 AM  

bdub77: Hebalo:
Skyfall was the most overhyped imho. It was good, but the reviews and first people out of the theatre were jizzing themselves over it. It was.... decent, but hardly one of the best.

SKYFALL SPOILERS BELOW IF YOU HAVENT SEEN BUT....

Let me see if I have the plot of Skyfall down. A former MI6 supervillain devises perhaps the most ludicrous plot of all time to get caught by MI6 so he can use an insanely complicated polymorphic computer virus to escape and then kill M, even though Bond can quite easily break into M's house at night, as we saw in basically every movie. Then Bond comes up with a "plan" in which he will let two dozen people attack him in a shoddy castle in the middle of farking nowhere while telling no one where he is going, because it's not like they could have figured out a low tech way of communicating with other law enforcement. Oh and M dies in the end anyway, so basically the whole thing was a total failure.

What. The. fark.


Sure.

Because all the OTHER Bond movies have such solid, believable, airtight plots with no holes that don't hinge on the villain doing something completely ridiculous or some entirely impossible set of coincidences, right?

Like a villain's having a lair in a giant volcano concealed by a perfectly undetectable "lake" nobody ever noticed before (Dr. No.)
Or the villain's having Bond right where he wants him and about to slice him in two with a giant laser and then giving up when Bond mentions that "008" will just pick up right where Bond left off ("Goldfinger")
Or a world-class hitman losing because his midget henchman conveniently hates him and switches sides (The Man with the Golden Gun)
Or because Fort Knox was strangely unguarded that day and nobody noticed (Goldfinger again)
Or that a villain could steal US and Soviet missiles right out of the sky and nothing bad would happen (Dr. No)
Or that a voodoo god could be running the heroin circuit of half the world via a beautiful sorceress (Live & Let Die)
Or a postWWII Hitler clone could activate the San Andreas fault (View to a Kill)

I think the real problem people are having is that "Skyfall" is TOO REALISTIC and not fantastical enough to be a Bond flick.
 
2012-12-13 12:26:18 AM  
The only movie I have seen on the list was "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and it was pretty much exactly what I expected: mindless fun. It wasn't all that good, but I didn't feel like I'd just completely wasted the last two hours watching it, so I don't think it deserves to be on the list.

Prometheus should have been on that list. I was actually angry at myself for finishing the movie, and I felt like those two hours could have been better spent doing almost anything else.
 
2012-12-13 12:29:24 AM  

SavageWombat: The fact that the list didn't mention "the Oogieloves" shows that they don't actually know all the bad movies that came out this year.

They have no business making a list.


Are Oogieloves like Boogens?
 
2012-12-13 12:36:39 AM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Shrugging Atlas: Prometheus was visually awesome and I thought the acting was good to great. The plot was just a hot farking mess, to the point I'm not even interested in a sequel. Glad I saw it, but way over hyped.

I'd agree with that.

Noomi Rapace deserved better.



I've said it once, and I'll say it again.

I can forgive all the plot holes, all the bad story, the failure to run left, I can forgive it all, except one thing.

No woman, on this planet or any other planet or moon in the universe, is gonna be ready for lovin' after being told that because of her barren womb she's essentially useless and that her religious beliefs are bupkiss.
 
2012-12-13 12:39:45 AM  

mamoru: The only movie I have seen on the list was "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and it was pretty much exactly what I expected: mindless fun. It wasn't all that good, but I didn't feel like I'd just completely wasted the last two hours watching it, so I don't think it deserves to be on the list.



Welcome to the club!
 
2012-12-13 12:40:48 AM  

Fano: Who, precisely was the Three Stooges movie made for?


The Farrelly brothers.
 
2012-12-13 12:53:59 AM  
Am I the only person who enjoyed the Red Dawn remake? While the idea of North Korea invading is terminally ridiculous, the movie was a fun, paint by numbers action flick.
 
2012-12-13 12:54:51 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: I just watched Battleship the night before last

/it still stinks in here
//damn... that was.... damn


Out of curiosity, what were you expecting? As TFA put it, this movie was based on a child's game with absolutely no premise beyond "Uhhhh... B-7?"

I haven't seen it, but I was thinking to check it out of the library for free on a night when I just want to watch explosions. That's honestly all I would expect. But I do want to ask - what do you know that I don't? Is it too bad to watch even for that?
 
2012-12-13 12:57:34 AM  
Hunger Games
Flight
Total Recall
Taken 2
Expendables 2
Judge Dredd
Dark Shadows
Wrath of the Titans
The Grey
 
2012-12-13 01:02:51 AM  

Pocket Ninja: At least the farking asshats had the courtesy to list the tags so you didn't have to click through their stupid slideshow. Here, I'll make it so you don't even have to click the link:

ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER,
ADAM SANDLER,
ALEX CROSS,
AMERICAN REUNION,
BATTLESHIP,
HAPPY MADISON,
HERE COMES THE BOOM,
JOYFUL NOISE,
MIRROR MIRROR,
NATURE CALLS,
PLAYING FOR KEEPS,
RED DAWN,
ROCK OF AGES,
SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN,
THAT'S MY BOY,
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN,
THE BOURNE LEGACY,
THE THREE STOOGES,
THE VOW,


They actually had a teeny, tiny link in gray letters for viewing as a single page.
 
2012-12-13 01:03:12 AM  

Paduke: Silver Linings Playbook was definitely my least favorite movie of the year. Completely irritating, awful movie that seems to be getting good reviews.


You should probably not be allowed to watch movies anymore.
 
2012-12-13 01:05:26 AM  
The Vow


When is Hollywood gonna drop its OBSESSION with amnesia?
 
2012-12-13 01:05:49 AM  

GreatGlavinsGhost: Pocket Ninja: At least the farking asshats had the courtesy to list the tags so you didn't have to click through their stupid slideshow. Here, I'll make it so you don't even have to click the link:

ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER,
ADAM SANDLER,
ALEX CROSS,
AMERICAN REUNION,
BATTLESHIP,
HAPPY MADISON,
HERE COMES THE BOOM,
JOYFUL NOISE,
MIRROR MIRROR,
NATURE CALLS,
PLAYING FOR KEEPS,
RED DAWN,
ROCK OF AGES,
SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN,
THAT'S MY BOY,
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN,
THE BOURNE LEGACY,
THE THREE STOOGES,
THE VOW,

They actually had a teeny, tiny link in gray letters for viewing as a single page.

 
2012-12-13 01:10:04 AM  

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: DamnYankees: I kind of like him, actually.

Likewise.

I was pleasantly surprised by what Channing Tatum brought to 21 Jump Street.

And that's a sentence I'd never imagine typing.


Because he had to play the deadpan, meathead, dumb jock with the stupid look on his face the whole movie? That was some range he exhibited there, I'll give you that.
 
2012-12-13 01:12:08 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: MaudlinMutantMollusk: I just watched Battleship the night before last

/it still stinks in here
//damn... that was.... damn

Out of curiosity, what were you expecting? As TFA put it, this movie was based on a child's game with absolutely no premise beyond "Uhhhh... B-7?"

I haven't seen it, but I was thinking to check it out of the library for free on a night when I just want to watch explosions. That's honestly all I would expect. But I do want to ask - what do you know that I don't? Is it too bad to watch even for that?


I harbored no illusions going in. Hell, I used to play that game on a piece of graph paper. But I was curious as to how they'd pull it off.

/it was... curious
//the back story was lame, the dialogue was lame.... basically a SyFy movie with a bigger SFX budget
///YMMV
 
2012-12-13 01:18:01 AM  

Marshal805: The Vow


When is Hollywood gonna drop its OBSESSION with amnesia?


Around the time they stop having cops continue to work a case despite being kicked off the force.
 
2012-12-13 01:24:28 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Benevolent Misanthrope: MaudlinMutantMollusk: I just watched Battleship the night before last

/it still stinks in here
//damn... that was.... damn

Out of curiosity, what were you expecting? As TFA put it, this movie was based on a child's game with absolutely no premise beyond "Uhhhh... B-7?"

I haven't seen it, but I was thinking to check it out of the library for free on a night when I just want to watch explosions. That's honestly all I would expect. But I do want to ask - what do you know that I don't? Is it too bad to watch even for that?

I harbored no illusions going in. Hell, I used to play that game on a piece of graph paper. But I was curious as to how they'd pull it off.

/it was... curious
//the back story was lame, the dialogue was lame.... basically a SyFy movie with a bigger SFX budget
///YMMV


Oy. Thanks. I may skip it.
 
2012-12-13 01:34:07 AM  
Back the fark off of Lockout - the main character had some excellent dialogue/delivery.
 
2012-12-13 01:37:08 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Benevolent Misanthrope: MaudlinMutantMollusk: I just watched Battleship the night before last

/it still stinks in here
//damn... that was.... damn

Out of curiosity, what were you expecting? As TFA put it, this movie was based on a child's game with absolutely no premise beyond "Uhhhh... B-7?"

I haven't seen it, but I was thinking to check it out of the library for free on a night when I just want to watch explosions. That's honestly all I would expect. But I do want to ask - what do you know that I don't? Is it too bad to watch even for that?

I harbored no illusions going in. Hell, I used to play that game on a piece of graph paper. But I was curious as to how they'd pull it off.

/it was... curious
//the back story was lame, the dialogue was lame.... basically a SyFy movie with a bigger SFX budget
///YMMV

Oy. Thanks. I may skip it.


It's not even bad enough to be So Bad It's Good. It's just meh. Couple good moments, but nothing to distract from the meh.
 
2012-12-13 01:37:58 AM  
The Bourne Legacy doesn't belong on any such list.

Don't get me wrong - it wasn't a great movie or anything. But it was better than I expected it should be, even if it did lose me by the end. I'm pretty finicky when it comes to movies, but it was entertaining enough for what it was, and did as good a job as it could for basically being a cash-grab on the Bourne name. Hell, by the time the last of those had come out I'd said to myself, "OK - this, but no more." And I was expecting this new one to absolutely suck. But in a year that brought us crap like Battleship, Expendables 2, Red Dawn, Journey 2, The Lorax, Wrath of the Titans, Total Recall and
The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure
, it can be forgiven what flaws it had.
 
2012-12-13 01:39:08 AM  
So after spending a couple hundred dollars for movie tickets, popcorn and drinks this year I have decide to start making my own re-makes of classic films because the movie industry wants Fark Me! Well I'm gonna fark them! My first project I figure would be The Godfather 2 (as a michael bayesque movie) because you why FARK YOU!. I will do as many directors have done and throw common story structure out the farking window you why because FARK YOU! My second project will be a re-make of Citizen Kane as dark romantic comedy you know why because FARK YOU! And third movie in tha FARK YOU! trilogy will be a re-make of Lawerence of Arabia titled as Lawerence of Arizona and I will do the exact same film only the shooting will be done in trailer parks across Arizona you know because FARK YOU! PAY ME!
 
2012-12-13 01:40:09 AM  
I watched Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter yesterday. I'm shocked that this author ranks it as the worst of the year, considering it was, at worst (and best) a mediocre movie.

What did he see that I didn't?

/Then again, I don't get paid to hate on things
//I'd be a billionaire
 
2012-12-13 01:40:54 AM  

Pocket Ninja: At least the farking asshats had the courtesy to list the tags so you didn't have to click through their stupid slideshow. Here, I'll make it so you don't even have to click the link:

ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER,
ADAM SANDLER,
ALEX CROSS,
AMERICAN REUNION,
BATTLESHIP,
HAPPY MADISON,
HERE COMES THE BOOM,
JOYFUL NOISE,
MIRROR MIRROR,
NATURE CALLS,
PLAYING FOR KEEPS,
RED DAWN,
ROCK OF AGES,
SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN,
THAT'S MY BOY,
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN,
THE BOURNE LEGACY,
THE THREE STOOGES,
THE VOW,


American Reunion was much funnier than I expected, and was almost as good as the first Pie movie. Amazing Spider-Man wasn't great, but it was a fun popcorn movie. Can't vouch for the others, though.
 
2012-12-13 01:46:53 AM  
I finally saw TDKR last week. Pretty good overall, if a grim story. My main issue is that it would have been more believable if Bruce Wayne hadn't turned into a crippled recluse since the last movie, who somehow gets back into fighting form. Yeah, I saw the leg wraps, and don't buy them fully.
 
2012-12-13 01:50:37 AM  

Alphax: I finally saw TDKR last week. Pretty good overall, if a grim story. My main issue is that it would have been more believable if Bruce Wayne hadn't turned into a crippled recluse since the last movie, who somehow gets back into fighting form. Yeah, I saw the leg wraps, and don't buy them fully.


My problem is the pacing of the movie. It felt too rushed from point to point. Honestly, it might have benefited from another hour or so of storytelling.

...Or simply just more Bane. God, talk about being underused. It's almost criminal.
 
2012-12-13 02:07:32 AM  

FuryOfFirestorm: American Reunion was much funnier than I expected, and was almost as good as the first Pie movie. Amazing Spider-Man wasn't great, but it was a fun popcorn movie. Can't vouch for the others, though.


Agreed. If we'd gotten that in place of (and at the same time as) American Wedding the trilogy would have been pretty damn good, and have had an unusually interesting arc, for what it was. It knew its audience and, rather than attempting to give them another movie like the first three, gave them a decent nostalgia trip with some humor. It got here a little late, but fark it, I liked it.

Didn't see Spider Man.

Liked Prometheus.

Hated Batman. Aside from the "wait, WTF?" plot, I swear to god some of the editing during the action scenes had to have been stealthily made at the last minute by someone attempting to torpedo the movie, and most of the acting was very flat (not helped by the universally-bad-but-only-sometimes-funny editing). Bane sounded like he was being voiced over by someone standing off-screen, even when he was dead center in the shot, which was distracting as fark. Generally clumsy.

Liked The Master, but I only saw it once and I think it's the kind of thing that, if you didn't hate it on the first viewing, you'll need a second to form a solid opinion.

Liked The Avengers.

Bond's writing was lazy, I thought. More than once they seemed to strain suspension of disbelief because it was easier than writing something better, rather than for any good reason. Seems weird that they pulled out a "too old for this shiat, relic of a past time" story for a two-movies-old (at the beginning of this one) reboot Bond, almost like they wanted to do one for M and dragged Bond in to it because (again) it was just easier to write it that way. Liked the acting for the villain. Enjoyed it while I was watching, but I like it less every time I think about it.
 
2012-12-13 02:22:04 AM  
Rock of Ages is about the only POS on that list. From most that I saw, they werent that bad. Nothing worse then Bucky Larson. Id rather watch Oprah give birth then see the other 3/4 of that movie
 
2012-12-13 02:38:57 AM  

fallingcow: Hated Batman... Generally clumsy.

Bond's writing was lazy... I like it less every time I think about it.


media.tumblr.com
 
2012-12-13 02:39:22 AM  
Actually, now that I think of it, where the hell is the unmitigated turd that was "The Lorax"?
 
2012-12-13 02:40:07 AM  

SavageWombat: The fact that the list didn't mention "the Oogieloves" shows that they don't actually know all the bad movies that came out this year.

They have no business making a list.


"Oogieloves"? That's the poorly marketed educational short, right?
 
2012-12-13 03:01:45 AM  
My wife and I enjoyed Here Comes The Boom, and Mirror, Mirror.

Prometheus was the last movie I saw as a bachelor, the night before my wedding. My wife thought my love for her was the reason I cried so hard that day.
 
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