These are movies that would work way better if you could buy useless DLC for them after a few months.
Ryan Reynolds went through the equivalent of starring in a snuff film in order to pay for college.
It turns out the comic book writer of 'The Walking Dead' is totally in love with a character he didn't even create.
If a film did well this year, it's guaranteed there will be ten more identical ones following along like mediocre ducklings
While it's publically understood that leaking someone's sex tape is super immoral, that hasn't stopped us from trivializing it in the same dumb ways every single time.
Professor Flitwick's complete makeover couldn't have been an accident.
Tim Burton should just remake all of Hollywood's most violent films using stop-motion.
We could've had Wu-Tang in a Marvel flick. Someone really dropped the ball.
George Lucas' cameo is as awful as you're imagining it.
If there are two ingredients guaranteed to automatically up the insanity quotient of your 'Aladdin' movie, it's the 1970s and Bollywood.
The film was technically inept, its plot was nonsense, and the actors seemed to be actively trying to escape the set in every scene. And now hear from one of them.
Any school where your final grade is determined pretty much by your success at field day is OK by us.
First it starts out with a little self-fiddling next to a sleeping dragon, then things get weird from there.
They should've just made 'PotC' an episodic series instead of the fantastical mess it turned into.