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Top 5 Worst Movies of 2013

What would a best list of 2013 be without a worst list?  Here are the top 5 worst pieces of crap that graced the screens last year. And like the top 10 best list, there are a lot of movies that I haven’t seen that I decided to skip because I pay these movies with my money and I pick the movies that I want to see and rarely go see terrible movies since they are a waste of time and money. But there have been 5 movies this year that I couldn’t stand and have witnessed and believe that they should be on here. Without further ado, here we go.


5. Now You See Me


Now you see me had potential of being good due to its all-star cast that included Mark Ruffolo, Jessie Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman, Michael Cane, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fischer and Melanie Laurent and premise, but oh boy did it fail. The execution was poorly done and the plot was convoluted and messy not to mention predictable. The “twist ending” did not make sense at all. This movie was simply one of the most disappointing movies of the year. I was really let down by this movie.



4. You’re Next


What a dumb movie! What an awful horror movie that is simply just gross and unpleasant to watch. The characters are all stupid and what you expect from a dumb horror flick. Poorly directed, thinly scripted and cheap scars is what await you if you decide to watch this movie. You don’t care whether they survive or if anything bad happens to them. You’re just aware that you’re watching a really bad horror movie, and the fact that it was made on a low budget doesn’t change that fact. The first Paranormal Activity was made on a low budget and it was one of the scariest films I had ever seen. The movie tells the story of a damaged family who reunites at a house for the weekend at their parent’s anniversary, and then the whole family gets attacked by men in masks and a generic home invasion movie ensues that has no thrills or suspense like The Strangers had. The only redeeming quality of this movie is actually this one badass chick that decides to take on the masked men one by one and becomes the heroine of the movie. Other than that, terrible, terrible movie.



3. Sharknado


Dear god… who decided to come together and make this cinematic piece of trash? The movie got famous for its title. The tagline is Enough Said. Need I say more? It’s clear that the filmmakers knew that they we’re making a terrible movie from the get-go, but they could have at least tried to make it fun as well. Terrible special effects, terrible script, terrible acting, terrible direction, terrible this movie is. And they are planning to make Sharknado 2 and call it Sharknado 2: The second one. Awful, awful movie.



2. Movie 43


Movie 43 was one of those movies that had the potential of being funny, with all the actors involved, and boy was it not. It was directed by the Fairley Brothers, who directed Dumb and Dumber, one of the funniest movies of all time, and had an amazing cast which included: Hugh Jackmann, Kate Winslet, Halle Berry, Naomi Watts, Emma Stone, Chloe Grace Moretz, Uma Thurman, Elizabeth Banks, Richard Gere, Kristen Bell and the list go on and on with all the famous celebrities that have been blackmailed and guilt tripped into this movie by the directors. This movie contains a bunch of unrelated skits that are supposed to be disturbing and outrageous in a funny and hilarious way but just turn out to be disturbing and gross. It just misses the mark completely and it never made me laugh once. It currently holds a 4% on Rotten Tomatoes and deservedly so. Such a god-awful movie. One of the worst comedies of all time without a doubt. Avoid this movie at all costs.



1. Die hard 5: A good Day To Die Hard


Well, here we are. The number one biggest piece of crap to hit the screens in 2013. A good day to die hard, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the worst theater experience that I ever had and probably one of the most disappointing movies I have ever seen. The movie made absolutely no sense whatsoever and it had a terrible script and god-awful special effects. Bruce Willis was not John Mclane. He was Bruce Willis with no hair who kept saying “I’m on vacation” over and over again for no reason whatsoever. He had no personality and had none of the characteristics that made him one of the most compelling action heroes ever created in the first three Die Hard movies. The multiply villains we’re awful and none of their motivations made any sense. The chemistry between John Mclane and his son was poorly done and Jay Courtney was the worst thing in the entire movie. I hate this movie with a passion.

What a terrible movie.



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