Worst Movies of 2018 - SJU

  • Published on: 28 December 2018
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  • Fandom Entertainment
    Fandom Entertainment   2 years ago

    Here are our worst movies of 2018! Chime in, and give us your opinion in the comments below! POOL RULES:One: Speak up and join the conversation- we encourage respectful debate.Two: Respect your community- racism, misogyny, homophobia and hate speech aren’t tolerated.Three: “Be nice.” – Dalton from Roadhouse

  • Scotty Lewis
    Scotty Lewis   1 years ago

    TTGTTM. The whole concept alone made me give up on WB and DC animation as a whole.It was so bad, I made a vow that I would gather every single copy of the film and burn it in a pile.

  • Elijah Jones
    Elijah Jones   2 years ago

    🎶Let’s all laugh at an industry that never learns anything tee hee hee🎶

  • madebycoffee
    madebycoffee   2 years ago

    I had completely forgotten about a Kid in King Arthur's Court and I went to look it up and discovered there is a sequel called A Kid in Aladdin's Palace.

  • Mager Zakaria
    Mager Zakaria   2 years ago

    Cloverfield Paradox and the Nun were my worst. I didnt even finish Cloverfield

  • Mike Jackman
    Mike Jackman   2 years ago

    Did I miss some sort of inside joke or is Dan literally side sipping a coke zero?! No label on the water bottle, but let me keep the logo of coke zero... I mean Coke Zero Sugar perfectly blocked...

  • DJ Zan
    DJ Zan   2 years ago

    "Wake In Fright!" Weirdest movie I have ever seen

  • Anish Tandukar
    Anish Tandukar   2 years ago

    Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom is the most stupidiest blockbuster movie that a lot of people actually liked. Nothing made sense, so so dumb.

  • Jon Wright
    Jon Wright   2 years ago

    -"Slender Man" makes "Truth or Dare" look like...I dunno, the prequels to "Ouija" and "Annabelle"? Or just a decent horror movie? "Happytime Murders" was a great choice I sat there smiling for 90 minutes waiting for a joke. And I love the Muppets. I'd put "Venom" in there in terms of incompetent storytelling Tom Hardy is a... reporter! Who works for... the news! And Michelle Williams... we got her? Sweet!... Yeah, she'll be...a lawyer, maybe? Works for Law Firm? Great! And she's dating a Doctor who works at Hospital! And he does... Medicine! Yay! And here are Medsplations that might as well be the Engineer from "Matrix: Reloaded" describing the matrix. See again for the first time "Alien," "Aliens," "Halloween," "Dark City," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Brokeback Mountain," "Crash (Oscar winner about racism)," "Fargo," and the entire original "Star Wars" trilogy. I'd love to write out my 'findings' on "Doubt" and have my memory erased only to see if I come to the same conclusion. -Late night movie I remember loving was "Soapdish." It has a ridiculously great cast (Sally Field, Kevin Kline, Whoopi Goldberg, Marissa Tomei, Elisabeth Shue, Robert Downey Jr....). I stumbled on it one night while looking for a decent horror flick and stuck with this amazing comedy. It was better than "Psycho Beach Party" although I must say that that is a fucking great title. And there's an Amy Adams there.

  • Samuel Robinson
    Samuel Robinson   2 years ago

    ....As unpopular as it is to say so, I really liked King Author: Legend of the Sword and I bemoan the fact that it won't get the sequel that the studio was hoping for.  The writers and director knew that Author and Camelot were fantasy (not based on a true story as many movies have verged on portraying it and, as a result, many people believe on some level that it is), and in so knowing, they took the story full-tilt into the realm of over-the-top magical fantasy and they didn't apologize for it.  Guy Ritchie's mobster portrayal of Author and his round table was unique and actually pretty interesting and the mystical nature of the sword's creation and its berserker moments were actually pretty cool.  (Also, the Ritchie style quick cut montage of Author's upbringing and the disjointed multiple point of view story of how the Viking lost his beard were highlights of the movie for me.  I love the way Ritchie tells stories like that.)I would have paid good money to see Ritchie's take on the Lancelot who would have been bold enough to take the half-crazy witch Guinevere of this film from the "I'll break your fingers"-type mob boss Author of this universe.  I would have LOVED to see this Author at the height of his rule with his full complement of hard nosed round table knights handling their business kingdom wide before their decline.  But Alas...Legend of the Sword was a pretty fun film that I think was given a raw deal by the movie going audience.  It was fun, different and it deserved better that what it got.  And to this day, when people talk about that movie, everyone says that it's bad but no one ever expounds on WHY they think its bad.  And I think that's because, at the end of the day, there really wasn't as much to hate in that film as they think that there was.Also, if anybody who's still reading this cares...the best weird movie that I've seen that nobody knows about is Only Lovers Left Alive.

  • whatvlogz
    whatvlogz   2 years ago

    I liked the music in gotti lol

  • whatvlogz
    whatvlogz   2 years ago

    I think truth or dare was the only movie in 2018 that I slept through.

  • Stephen Bogan
    Stephen Bogan   2 years ago

    Anyone remember Slenderman? Yeah me either definitely sucked though

  • Corri
    Corri   2 years ago

    Joe...😍😍😍😍😍 that beard tho🔥

  • Elin
    Elin   2 years ago

    sju means seven in swedish

  • Kerin Kendrick
    Kerin Kendrick   2 years ago

    Masters of the Universe holiday special, with John Denver Raisin Bran commercial!

  • M Lael
    M Lael   2 years ago

    channel flipping around 2 am lead to finding some good gems that i would never take a look at and informericial programs woo; sadly now a days im past out by 12 x.x

  • Crump
    Crump   2 years ago

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was the worst movie I saw last year. Everyone was an idiot and it made me hate the movie lol. Movie I wish I could see again for the first time, probably the Matrix, but in the theater. Saw it on VHS first. Maybe that or Inception.

  • Carl Rood
    Carl Rood   2 years ago

    My wife and I watched Life of the Party just the other night. We both thought it was awful. Maybe one funny moment. Watch "Back To School" instead.

  • Nicholas Beeson
    Nicholas Beeson   2 years ago

    How was Fight Club not the movie they would want reset to their first watching? Or the Ring or a ton of other movies?

  • One Opinion
    One Opinion   2 years ago

    I'll risk a double post to say the best late night movie I discovered purely just flipping through the channels at a like 2 in the morning was Hercules in New York. Schwarzenegger fresh off the boat wait an accent so rough there's a dub track for him, he fights a man in a bear suit in Central Park. He's so jacked his lats make him look like a flying squirrel. IT'S GLORIOUS.

  • One Opinion
    One Opinion   2 years ago

    Having Moviepass up through August I had a freedom I don't normally have to go to some craaaapy movies without it being my movie $ being burned. I watched Action Point, I watched Pacific Rim Uprising, but the last movie I watched on MP was Happy Time Murders and it was the worst. The novelty of puppets doing R-rated things wears off quickly. The office-sex scene was used up in the trailers to try and lure folks in, and what you're left with is the most cliche'd and tired noir cop drama. It was pathetic. And McCarthy's line-o-rama endless comedy takes, which worked in Spy, DIED in this movie.I mean Action Point was tired, so tired, but Johnny Knoxville paid in blood so it gets lifted above worst. Pacific Rim Uprising ripped the heart and suspense out of Del Toro's wonderful, grim, kaiju film and gave it the impact of a cheap Saturday morning cartoon. Yes kaiju movies can have that cheap look, but the drop-off from the first movie to the sequel was like a different universe.But seriously, I nearly walked out of Happy Time Murders and when it was done I truly felt like the classic "2 hours of my life I'll never get back."

  • hfanti
    hfanti   2 years ago

    Worst movie ever: Storm Of The Century.

  • hfanti
    hfanti   2 years ago

    What happened between Dan and Gotti? I missed that story.

  • Abi Hayes
    Abi Hayes   2 years ago

    Has Joe seen the iconic Disney channel original Avalon High???!!!

  • Warren James
    Warren James   2 years ago

    I'm in the same boat as Billy. I'm creeped out, to this day, by rotoscoping. It just makes my skin crawl. The kind in 'Heavy Metal'. I still haven't seen that film all the way through.

  • Skinny E Media
    Skinny E Media   2 years ago

    For every ISLE OF DOGS and BLACK PANTHER, there are these films:10) PETER RABBIT9) MID90s8) THE DOMESTICS7) HAVE A NICE DAY6) MILE 225) ANT-MAN AND THE WASP4) MOM & DAD3) UPGRADE2) UNSANE1) SUSPIRIA (Remake)While many think HAPPYTIME MURDERS and VENOM are terrible, I actually thought those two films were pretty good like Top 10 good. Downvote me if you want?

  • Faith R
    Faith R   2 years ago

    I really wish you guys would go back to the “Top Turkeys of the Year” format. You did it once for 2017 and it was hilarious and never did it again.

  • wulf -kun
    wulf -kun   2 years ago

    cant believe joe is the only one who likes ralph bakshi movies they are amazing. props joe

  • MomBlk332CN
    MomBlk332CN   2 years ago

    I agree with The Fifth Element and The Matrix. I was 10 and 12 yrs old respectively when saw those movies in the theater w/my mom. Also wish Terminator 2 and Jurassic Park would of been cool to see in the theater for the first time.

  • Pedro Thevenard
    Pedro Thevenard   2 years ago

    If i could watch one movie for the first time again i would choose The Usual Suspects , the end still gets me even after 20 years , but the first time was amazing.