Poll Suggestion: IMDb Poll Board Top 5 Worst Films of the 2010s

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Well, the 2010's are over, and so are their movies. There's been many great ones we've had the pleasure of seeing - and many stinky ones! The IMDb Poll Board members have chosen their top 5 worst movies from the 2010's. You know, the ones that they think no human being should be ever subjected to again. Which picks do you agree with most?

Please tell me the five movies from the 2010's that made you cringe!  Please steer away from the ones were so bad you loved them - I mean the ones that nobody should have to watch again.  :)

Note: I humbly ask that this poll not go live until after Jan. 1st, 2020.  There may be more stinkers ahead!  That being said, you may change your picks anytime.  Thank you!

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls095061019/
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Good idea narni!!
1_Fifty Shades of Grey
2_Jack and Jill
3_Pixels
4_Venom
5_The Purge(2013)Although the whole saga seems horrible
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Thank you; added!
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joe siegel

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Narni, I would like to change Venom and instead put Thor: The Dark World, another terrible superhero movie.
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joe siegel

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I suggested a small change in my list and I think you didn't notice :)
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1. Pixels
2. Dark Shadows
3. Fantastic Four (2015)
4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
5: Star Wars: The Last Jedi


Since Birdemic and The Last Airbender have already been chosen I'll exclude them from the list but they would be my actual number 1 and 2. 
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Nice picks!  Forgot about DS and FF myself.  :)
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Stephen Atwood

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Kind of enjoyed Dark Shadows.
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This will most likely change, as I will probably remember some other bad movie that I am suppressing from memory.

Movie 43 
A Haunted House  
Divergent
Everything Must Go 
Silent House
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Thank you, added!
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This link should show you your worst rated films in the period to see if you suppressed something: https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?ti...
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Could you replace haunted house and everything must go with yoga hosers (2016) and Transformers 3?
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Of course!  
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Okay as much as I hate Divergent can you replace it with the far worse The Starving Games (2013). I didn't want to give this movie attention but it certainly belongs on here.
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I stay away from titles like 50 Shades or anything with Johnny Depp in it, so I haven't seen them and cannot judge. But to me, the worst of the decade so far (and I admit I didn't actually finish this one either) is Holmes & Watson.
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Ooh, yes, Holmes and Watson was awful - I only got about 8 minutes into it and quit, too.  :)  But it was more boring than actually painful, so it didn't make my list.

You are wise to avoid Johnny Depp.  I've yet to see anything with him that was good.

Would you like to pick four more for the poll, or wait til closer to the end of the year?
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You are wise to avoid Johnny Depp.  I've yet to see anything with him that was good.
In my humble opinion, these are some decent movies with him:

Ed Wood (1994)
Donnie Brasco (1997)
The Ninth Gate (1999)
Blow (2001)

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Depp is a fine actor, but if a movie is a "Johnny Depp movie" then it's bound to be terrible. (I mean movies that instead of giving us an interesting story, try hard to capitalize on the fact that the star is the ubercool, hypersexy, his superhuman highness Johnny Depp)

The best movie with Johnny Depp that I saw was Dead Man. He was perfect for the role.
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He was also quite good in a few others as well, mostly pre-2000 roles. Ed Wood, like you said, was one of them.

Then he started to get full of himself, and it reflected in his roles. Today his roles with his real face may even be outnumbered by his roles behind masks or extreme makeup.

But perhaps I'm a little biased. I once saw him on Letterman and for years I haven't forgotten how full of himself he was. I almost expected him to start caressing his biceps and kissing himself, going "Mmmm yes, I'm Johnny Depp. Yesss, Depp, that's me, eat your heart out losers, this is the Depp-man here. Mmmm I'm oh so hot and amazing..." I just can't get over that interview. I hate people like that, so I started seeing that person even in his good performances.
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I saw an episode of 21 Jump Street a while back and realized that was Johnny Depp... I was shocked!  He looked so different - dare I say normal? - in a role without 50,0000000 gallons of makeup on his face and 3,000 feet of wig on his head!  :D
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I don't watch many new movies, unless they're very promising or unless I have to (I translate subtitles for a network) So I'll choose among ones I worked on, or somehow had to watch:

1- Holmes & Watson
2- Project X
3- Higher Power
4 - A Wrinkle in Time
5 - The Fast and The Fierce (okay, it's low budget and all, but you really need to see this one to experience how low a movie can sink)

and a couple of contenders

Jerusalem Countdown (it's doubtful if this should be considered a movie, or a scream for LET'S NUKE ANYONE WHO IS NOT AMERICAN OR CHRISTIAN !!!)
Selfie From Hell
Baywatch
Bro
A Million Ways to Die in the West



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Ha, some great picks!  All added.
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More terrible movies of the decade need outing.
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Movie 43 (2013)
Saving Christmas (2014)
2016: Obama’s America (2012)
Grown Ups (2010)
2101 (2014)

First three I rated with a 2, the last two with a 3.
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I only have a list of the films I like/love, and I don't rate films on IMDb (aside from the ones I gave 10/10, not because I want to bump their ratings, but only because I want to have a 'list' of my favorite films ever). What I want to say is, I try to forget films I consider bad, rather than feeding my hate for them, by remembering them. So, that means I certainly cannot remember the absolute five worst films of the decade - I've watched a lot of crap, and I've forgotten a lot of crap. What I can remember, however, are my top five disappointing films. They might not all be THAT bad, but the disappointment I felt was worse than the feeling you get after you watch a bad film, especially since I looked forward to these movies:

Star Wars: The Force Awakens - 10 years waiting for a new Star Wars film, and we get a remake of A New Hope, with some Empire and Jedi sprinkled throughout

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - instead of digging itself out of a hole Force Awakens created, it dug it deeper, and covered itself with dirt

The Hobbit Trilogy - (yes, I consider them a single movie, like I do LotR) - this trilogy didn't know where it's going, what it's doing, and what it wants to be 

Terminator: Dark Fate - renaming characters doesn't mean you've written anything new (similar problem like with Force Awakens)

Avengers: Endgame - after a masterpiece that was Infinity War, and the fun that all previous 20 or so MCU films gave to me, this one was the first that felt like a FAN FILM - just an utter mess
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Thanks, will add!  Haven't seen Dark Fate yet, but all the rest I agree on!  :D