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No one wants to make bad films. Of course, no one is that stupid. The transition of any film from the onset of story development and writing to screens is quite lenghty, and in most of the cases, the original idea heavily deteriorates from what we see on the screen. Everyone puts blood, sweat, and tears to make a film that people appreciate, but not necessarily the final product that comes out is good.

Here is the list of The 10 Worst English Language Films of 2016 that I have seen. It may be surprising to see that many more films, which you hate, have not made it to the list. I was just lucky to have not seen them. Yes, I have seen BvS and Suicide Squad. I didn’t particularly dislike them as my expectations were already bordering nil.

10. Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising

Tries to be a savior of sorts for the sexist jokes while muddling itself into becoming one.

This is neither progressive nor regressive in its attempt to dismantle the prophecy of sisterhood, brotherhood, and parenthood altogether. It’s just blankly stupid and unfunny.

9.  How to be Single

One star is a sum of love for Alison Brie and comic timing of Rebel Wilson, that is it. This film is like a Black Hole of films, you won’t find anything in it; zilch, nada, zero.

This film is about nothing but relationships, and that is the dangerous part of it. The film, at best, is the misadventure of a girl to combat her emptiness.

8.  A Hologram for the King

The film is as mundane as Tom Hanks’ character’s life. If not for Tom Hanks arresting screen presence, I might have dozed off somewhere in the first 30 mins. Random lazy scenes are stitched in a bad fashion to echo the age-old problem of mid-life crisis. Meh!

Random lazy scenes are stitched in a bad fashion to echo the age-old problem of mid-life crisis. Meh!

7.   I.T

I.T is a hollow film studded with shimmering sets and, of course, Pierce Brosnan who doesn’t seem to shed the skin of Bond’s character. The film should have lost in the black hole of cyberspace, at least we would be saved from the lazy work in almost all departments- writing, acting, character development, direction. Pierce Brosnan is no Liam Neeson, and Daniel Craig is Bond, micro budgetJames Bond (at least so far), so he should stop micro-budget non-sense in the name of film-making.




The film should have lost in the black hole of cyberspace, at least we would be saved from the lazy work in almost all departments- writing, acting, character development, direction. Pierce Brosnan is no Liam Neeson, and Daniel Craig is Bond, micro budgetJames Bond (at least so far), so he should stop micro-budget non-sense in the name of film-making.

Pierce Brosnan is no Liam Neeson, and Daniel Craig is Bond, micro budgetJames Bond (at least so far), so he should stop micro-budget non-sense in the name of film-making.

6.  Get a Job

While Wikipedia’s summary says that “Get A Job” is about a young man (Miles Teller) and a woman (Anna Kendrick) struggle to find desirable employment, but in fact, instead of the young couple, everything remotely associated with the film is struggling. It is quite embarrassing to see that Bryan Cranston, who has carved a niche for himself, is not only hammering in his not so cool father role, but also he shows how badly he can perform. Maybe, Bryan Cranston thought of making money this time. Nothing happens in this dumb film. Director and Writer should Get a job.

It is quite embarrassing to see that Bryan Cranston, who has carved a niche for himself, is not only hammering in his not so cool father role, but also he shows how badly he can perform. Maybe, Bryan Cranston thought of making money this time. Nothing happens in this dumb film. Director and Writer should Get a job.




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