10 Bad Movies From The 2010s That Are Really That Bad

Some movies are so terrible they don’t deserve redemption. Whether due to their nonsensical plot, terrible acting, outrageous writing, or a combination of all, these films rank among the worst of the worst, becoming notorious punchlines and major blips on everyone’s resumes.

The 2010s spawned several of these mocked turkeys, and audiences avoided them like the plague. And while some bad movies have the character of a guilty pleasure, that’s not the case with these notorious disasters. In fact, despite the fact that they have talented actors and sometimes even intriguing abilities, there is nothing that can save them from mediocrity.


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10 “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” (2019)

Adam Driver and Daisy Ridley as Kylo Ren and Rey dueling in
Image via Lucasfilm

The war of stars Sequels have never been more than a shameless money grab, a cheap attempt to exploit audience nostalgia. Ryan Johnson I tried to do something really interesting and daring with it The Last Jedi, but his vision was met with fierce division among the franchise’s notoriously vocal fans. Thus, the final entry in the trilogy, The Rise of Skywalkerreplied tired and ridiculously lazy ideas.

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The Rise of Skywalker could be the worst blockbuster of the 21st century. Sloppy to the point of absurdity, the film is an unforgivable insult to the audience’s intelligence, which has given up trying anything remotely interesting and is content to offer the simplest storylines even when they don’t make sense. The war of stars Sequel Trilogy is what happens when a studio decides brand awareness is more important than cohesive storytelling, and The Rise of Skywalker proves it.

9 Holmes & Watson (2018)

John C. Riley and Will Ferrell as Holmes and Watson

Britain’s most famous detective is getting a comedic adaptation in 2018 Holmes & Watson. Will Ferrell And John C Riley They play the iconic duo in a storyline investigating a threat to Buckingham Palace. Rebecca Hall, Steve CooganAnd Ralph Fiennes also star.

Houses & Watson is a lazy and humorless take on one of pop culture’s most enduring figures. Few films are lazier; Even Ferrell and Riley seem to be on autopilot, delivering lifeless performances that make it hard to believe they’re the same duo starring in the disparate but often hilarious scenes stepbrothers.

8th “The Last Airbender” (2010)

Noah Ringer as Aang with a bo staff in The Last Airbender.
Image via Paramount Pictures

M. Night Shyamalan is one of Hollywood’s most controversial filmmakers. His uncompromising artistic vision may be too much for some, but there’s no denying the man’s talent as a passionate and courageous writer. However, even Shyamalan’s greatest apologists cannot justify failure The Last Airbender. The plot adapts the first season of the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last AirbenderThe focus is on young Ang’s attempts to master all four elements.

Confused, stiff and full of questionable storytelling and acting choices, The Last Airbender is a monstrous perversion of the popular animated series. The film is harrowing, terribly fast-paced, and borderline watchable, reducing the series’ intriguing lore to a dizzying jumble that doesn’t warrant its existence.

7 “The Emoji Movie” (2017)

Promotional image for The Emoji Movie
Image via Sony

The Emoji Movie follows Gene, a multi-expression emoji that lives in a smartphone and looks like other single-expression emojis. Along with two friends, Gene ventures into other apps to learn to be more conventional. The film has a great voice cast, including James Corden, Anna Farisand mr Patrick Stewart.

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Abominable, derived and unfunny, The Emoji Movie is more of a commercial than a movie. The film is a sprawling product placement advertisement full of abusive characters who provide lame excuses for jokes. The Emoji Movie is stupid at best and reprehensible at worst, a shameless piece of technological propaganda that never tries to hide its insidious intentions.

6 “Sex and the City 2” (2010)

The cast of Sex and the City 2 hold champagne glasses and smile.

Sex and the City was a revolutionary show, a groundbreaking project that helped cement HBO as the home of groundbreaking and prestigious television. Its success resulted in a 2008 film that fell far short of the show’s frontrunners, but was a worthy, if not necessary, continuation of the story.

However, Sex and the city 2 is among the most unfortunate cinematic endeavors of the 21st century. Stupid, shockingly misogynistic, incredibly stupid and borderline offensive, Sex and the city 2 was a disservice to the characters, turning them into unrecognizable versions of themselves. Indeed, Sex and the city 2 is the perfect and undeniable proof that some things should never have sequels.

5 “F4NTASTIC” (2015)

Miels Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell as the Fantastic Four in the 2015 film Fantastic Four
Image via Marvel

Tim story‘S Fantastic Four Movies were silly and unforgettable, but at least entertaining. You can’t say the same Josh Potionis the misguided 2015 adaptation of Marvel’s first family. F4NTASTIC Stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B JordanAnd Jamie Bell as title team, with Toby Kebell as her nemesis Victor von Doom.

F4NTASTIC has some intriguing ideas: Michael B. Jordan is a brilliant choice for Johnny Storm and Jamie Bell is a convincing Ben Grimm. But everything else is terrible, largely because the film misunderstands everything that makes The Fantastic Four great. F4NTASTIC is dull, gloomy, excruciatingly slow and terribly boring, wasting a talented cast in a deadlocked plot that never gets off the ground.

4 “Mortdecai” (2015)


Johnny Depp lost his movie star appeal long before his personal life began to falter. Sometime after the third Pirates of the Caribbean In the film, the actor lost the spark that made him interesting; He’s become a parody of the misfit he once was, a buffoon who takes increasingly ridiculous accents and stars in train wreck after train wreck. However, even his worst turkeys aren’t as bad as cinematic sin there is Mortdecai.

Deep Stars as the title character, an eccentric aristocrat tasked with finding a stolen Goya painting. Mortdecai thinks she’s charming and quirky when in fact she’s boring and stupid. Gwyneth Paltrow And Ewan McGregor Try to add some dignity to this misguided affair, but even they can’t save it from Depp’s clownish attempts at comedy.

3 “Save Christmas” (2014)

Kirk Cameron speaks to the camera in Saving Christmas

KirkCameron Stars in the 2014 comedy save christmas as a fictionalized version of himself. In the story, he breaks the fourth wall and tries to convince other characters—and the audience, too—that Christ is still the most important part of the otherwise commercialized holiday.

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save christmas does the impossible: it makes the audience hate Christmas. Preachy, nonsensical and incoherent, the film presents a smug and smug portrayal of Cameron. As a matter of fact, save christmas is the equivalent of the long, tiring, and unnecessary church sermon delivered before people can go home and actually enjoy Christmas with loved ones.

2 Jack and Jill (2011)

Adam Sandler as Jack and Jill laughing at the cinema.

The words “Adam Sandler in Drag” should be enough to put off any potential viewer jack and jill, possibly the worst film of the actor’s career. Sandler plays the title characters, twin siblings with complicated dynamics who are forced to spend Thanksgiving together.

It’s unclear what possessed Sandler, the director Dennis Duganor screenwriter Steve Koren to provide such an outrageous excuse for a film. Painfully unfunny, crude, terribly mean, and with a sleepwalking cast delivering increasingly horrific lines. jack and jill is an insult to the thinking public and a waste of Sandler’s well-known skills. Surprisingly, Al Pacino was in this mess and delivered an expectedly out of joint performance that only brings success jack and jill seem to be worse.

1 “Movie 43” (2013)

Kristen Bell and Justin Long wear superhero costumes in Movie 43
Image via Relativity Media

It wouldn’t be an overstatement to call movie 43 the worst movie of the 21st century. A collection of vignettes, each directed by a different director, features comedic situations in various settings with an all-star cast.

movie 43 is spectacularly bad. Tasteless, aggressively stupid and largely laugh-free, the film is a collage of mediocrity that squanders the considerable talents of some of Hollywood’s finest actors. This thing has the kind of cast you’d expect from a prestigious Oscar vehicle – Emma Stone, Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Naomi Watts, Hall Berry, Richard GereAnd Julianne Moore. Maybe that’s how it is movie 43It’s film’s most unforgivable sin: reducing some of Hollywood’s most talented, versatile, and accomplished performers to walking caricatures unable to even laugh at the horrified audiences unfortunate enough to stumble upon this infamous flop bring to.

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Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: dustinhuang@24ssports.com.

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