The Twenty-First Century

The 14 Worst Movies of 2014

Untitled-1NUMBER 14

There’s enough plot here for a half hour TV show, and yet director Stiles White plods
along endless clichés that get sillier and sillier as we move along. Full review. 

NUMBER 13

Watching “Age Of Extinction” makes you die a little inside. Is this the future of movies?
God help us! Michael Bay, you’ve done it again. Click for full review.

NUMBER 12

A retired assassin (Jason Patric) must get back in the game when his daughter is kidnapped.
That’s “Taken” minus Liam Neeson and minus the fun. Awful, to say the least.

NUMBER 11

Another of too many movies where De Niro seems to be phoning in his performance,
and it’s a sad sad thing to witness. Piece of advice: Don’t ask, don’t watch. Review.

NUMBER 10

At the end, “Transcendence” does reach its own kind of perfection — it fails on every
conceivable level.  Full review.

NUMBER 9

Next to Thierry’s Friends’ crappy gadgets, I can’t think of a worse Valentine’s gift
than a ticket to see “Winter’s Tale”. How much I hate this movie? let me count the ways.

NUMBER 8

Not a chance. I realize that wit is no longer valued in silly Hollywood comedies,
but this film is witless, in every sense of that word.

NUMBER 7

This dreary, lamebrain comedy takes everything that was fresh and original in McCarthy
back in 2011 and beats it into the ground.
Full review.

NUMBER 6

Just stay away. It’s awful. Click for full review.

NUMBER 5

 Finally a great Vampire movie. Lol just kidding it sucks.

NUMBER 4

Even the devil himself must be bored to death by now. Full review.

NUMBER 3

From the amateur acting, writing and directing to an ending that is shocking only in
its stupidity, this fifth (and hopefully last) installment will have you searching for the
nearest exit. Full review.

NUMBER 2

Did anyone read the script before signing on for this one? Full review.

NUMBER 1

“Left Behind” reaffirms the fact that the only thing left behind is Nicolas Cage’s career.
Full review.

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