Sunday, 17 March 2013

Empire's Worst Ever Movies: Part 1

Another worst ever movie list but an Empire one this time. Part 2 to come soon!
(Article can found here)

50. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
49. Showgirls (1995)
48. Town & Country (2001)
47. Soul Plane (2004)

Spider-Man 3 - Redeeming Feature: JK. Simmons
I remember writing about Spider-Man in this post. I said I was going to watch it again but thinking about it now I don't think I will. From what I remember I didn't really like it any way. It's not the worst film I've seen but I know it was a massive disappointment to a lot of people.

46. Howard The Duck (1986)
45. Blade Trinity (2004)
44. The Matrix Revolutions  (2003)
43. Year One (2009)

Matrix Revolutions - Redeeming Feature: Final attack on Zion
I watched this again the other day and even though it's not the best I can't help but love the whole Matrix trilogy, but I definitely agree that the best thing about it is the final attack on Zion.

42. Parting Shots (1998)
41. Van Helsing (2004)
40. Superman IV: The Quest For Peace (1987)
39. Dunegons and Dragons (2000)

Van Helsing - Redeeming feature: Hugh Jackman's abs and hair.
I don't really remember what happened in the film all I remember is that the ending was a bit depressing, but I think I'm going to give it another watch.  Don't forget to keep a lookout for the reboot.

38. Son of the Mask (2005)
37. Max Payne (2008)
36. Eragon (2006)
35. House of the Dead (2003)

Son of the Mask - Redeeming Feature: Bob Hoskins is Odin.
I think this film is awful, but I've still seen it quite a few times. It doesn't in any way match up to the original film. As much as I love Bob Hoskins for me this film is unredeemable.

34. I Know Who Killed Me (2007)
33. Ultraviolet (2006)
32. The Spirit (2008)
31. The Pink Panther 2 (2009)

30. Scary Movie (2000)
29. Southland Tales (2006)
28. The Sweetest Thing (2002)
27. Street Fighter (1994)

Scary Movie - Redeeming Feature: Anna Faris

26. Glitter (2001)
25. Transformers Revenge of the Fallen (2009)

Transformers - Redeeming Feature: John Tuturro and Optimus Prime
I love this film. I know a lot of people hate it (and probably Michael Bay too) with all the extra robots and the overused explosions, but for me I feel the same about Transformers as I do The Matrix sequels I can't help but love them.

Do you hate any of these films or are there any other films you hate?