I saw a lot of great movies this year. Unfortunately, for every good movie, there are at least three bad movies. The following list represents what I feel is 2011's worst of the worst – films that make me wonder why part of my job includes having to see them. I'd tell you to enjoy it, but that's not exactly the point, is it?
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston have made their share of bad movies, but the real kicker is Nicole Kidman, who's usually capable of much better choices.
See the full review, "A Movie as Phony as the Marriage it Depicts".
A movie made with just about no audience in mind, not even believers of Ayn Rand's original novel. I can't remember the last time a movie has been this unendurably boring.
See the full review, "We'll Probably Never Know Who John Galt Is".
Some movies go too far in their efforts to push an agenda on audiences. By espousing hatred and violence on both ends of the religious spectrum, this one does exactly that.
See the full review, "There is a Pestilence Upon This Film".
Growing up a shy kid in a quiet suburb of Los Angeles, Chris Pandolfi knows all about the imagination. Pretend games were always the most fun for him, especially on the school playground; he and his … more