11. Knowing (2009): Starring Nicolas Cage (first sign of trouble), this odd movie with a plot that......never gets fully explained is just weird. An interesting idea soon becomes boring with one of the worst endings to a movie I've ever seen. And yes. Cage does lose it and yell. Several times.
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|"How'd it get burned!?!"|
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12. Max Payne (2009): When they make a movie based of a video game that doesn't make you want to use a MIB Light Stick on yourself, let me know. This is based off of a first-person shooter game, where you play a cop named Max Payne. And that's about it. Absolutely no reason to watch it. After playing a cop successfully so many times (The Departed, The Other Guys, We Own the Night), Mark Wahlberg should be embarrassed by this one.
13. Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004): I have a sister, OK?
14. Cloverfield (2008): Marketed as some mysterious movie about an attack on New York by some monster (basically the American Godzilla) with a unique filming style: the whole film is from the perspective of a handheld video-camera wanna-be survivors use the whole time. If I'm being chased by a giant monster that wants to eat me, WHY WOULD I WANT IT ON TAPE? When it hit theaters, some cinemas posted warnings of possible nausea, due to the camera work. I was nauseated watching this.....for all the wrong reasons.
15. Batman Returns (1992): It kills me as a Batman fan to put 2 Batman films on here. After facing off against the Joker in the first film, Batman must fight 2 villains (cause, you know, it's the second film): Penguin and Catwoman. Penguin was born ugly, ate the family cat, and was raised by penguins. Really? Catwoman was pushed out a window, died, was licked by cats and became cat-like. And no, I'M NOT JOKING. THEY REALLY DID THAT! Just bad on several levels. Don't get why so many people love it.
|Penn (in a different movie)|
|This is about how I felt watching it.|