Based off of ShinyWhiteWaters’ top ten who based it off of DuckyWorth’s top ten most hated movies. These are not rated on how good they are from an analytical point of view (for example, I really like 300/300: Rise of an Empire, which are pretty bad movies if you look at it from a serious reviewer perspective), only on how much I hate them.
These are just my opinions. If you like any of these, fine, but don’t go on raging about it. If you really want to educate me on why the thing is awesome, leave an intelligent comment with arguments that elaborate on why it is good. Thank you!
#10: Happily N’ever After
Woah, this thing is only in the tenth spot! That means that it must be acceptable at least, right?
Eh…no, it’s friggin awful. What I hate the most of the movie is the fact that everything was generic. Generic characters, generic plot, generic style, and that while the moral the movie wanted to deliver was that it is okay to go against tradition or how things are every once in a while. Just generic. And if there’s one word I can’t stand, it’s that. I prefer to watch something really really bad that at least has some originality in it than this generic mess.
Then why do I like this movie better than my number 9? One thing. It is ridiculous. Just that. And they are trying waaay to hard. It’s pretty hilarious how these people actually think that this was even worth a sequel. Just the mere thought that the creators were taking this seriously is hilarious. And just that, that little thought, makes me enjoy this movie just a tad more than the number 9. Oh and yeah that’s not really a good argument, but remember that this is my opinion.
#9: Alpha and Omega
Looking from a critical point of view, no, this one isn’t as bad as HNA. The animation is bad but at least tolerable, the characters generic, but they at least have one personality trait, and the overall visual look bad, but 20% better than in HNA.
Then why do I hate it more? The fact that it is almost just as generic and HNA, and with that comes the fact that this is a wolfaboo movie.
Yes, I’m not even denying it: I was a wolfaboo. And a terrible one. My entire life revolved around those things and I collected all the stuff (my room’s still full of wolves, I’m too lazy to get rid of them). But even back then I knew that some stuff was off. This is a movie trying to redeem wolves as a species (which has been done to death, and, seriously, wolves aren’t puppydogs either. They’re wild animals and if I encountered one, or any dangerous animal for that matter, and it is aggressive I’d likely kill it and keep the skull) and completely failing by showing us all of the wrong information!
Alphas and omegas don’t even exist, nor do bètas, that’s a friggin old theory that has been successfully debunked like 8 years ago! Get over it! If this movie wanted to follow real wolf logic as well, 95% of these wolves would be incest (which would explain their hideous appearances). Just, ugh, if you really need to educate us, fine, but go with the right facts!
And if you just want to make a movie about wolves, make it less bland, forgettable and cliché. PLEASE.
And yeah I’m totally with him on pretty much all places we could agree. I may have found one or two jokes funnier than he did and I did kind of like one or two characters, but besides that, just watch his review on why I don’t like this movie.
#7: Cars 2
Guess what? Pretty much the same story as with Cars.
Again one or two characters I can get into and I do like the secret agent aspect of it, but it’s completely unfitting since this is another movie about car races. It also makes the huge mistake of making the comic relief the protagonist, which is really hard to pull off. Until now I think that ONLY the Kung Fu Panda movies have managed to do it correctly.
#6: Beverly Hills Chihuaha 3: Viva La Fiesta
I’m not going to deny it: I loved the first BHC movie. I expected to hate it going into it, since the trailer promised us bad CGI chihuahua’s in a boring wasteland with a generic comic relief as the main character and a generic diva as the love interest. And yes, it did give us most of that, but in such a way that I enjoyed the heck out of it!
Now, for the third sequel, however, it’s a mess. We went from epic adventures of a lone, once pretty mean dog trying to make an incredible journey to get back home to a strange pointless conspiracy of a doggy coach and a puppy who isn’t content with how her birthday will be celebrated.
Really? The first sequel was pointless, too, but it at least had more weight to it than a birthday party. And the conspiracy stuff is only shown very briefly, so we don’t get much of that, either.
Plus, Delgado, my favourite character, shows up in this movie and does…nothing? He says one line and then just leaves. Okay???
#5: Open Season 3
The first movie was meh, the second okay at most, but…THIS? What is this?
The story is really boring: it’s just the two-lookalikes-get-switched-and-are-happy-at-first-but-later-feel-guilty plot. Good, I haven’t seen that many times, but the way they pulled it off it just atrocious. The animation and graphics also had a big downgrade and the characters are really dumbed down a lot. The new characters are really boring and all this movie does is just giving Boog a love interest. And a stupid one to add to that.
#4: Alpha and Omega 2: A Howliday Adventure
I’ve gone on and on about this in my reviews and yes, it sucks. After a first movie which was mediocre at best, this is even more of a letdown. When the sequel first was announced, I thought that maybe they wanted to fix some of their mistakes from the first movie. Not all sequels are worse than their first movie, heck, some are even better.
But good golly did I put too much faith in them. This movie is about just as cliché as the other one. The previous movie had the Romeo & Juliet plus the bad-guy-wants-to-take-over-land plot. This one does the latter again! Besides this, the animation and models also got a huge downgrade. Lilly, who was about the only enjoyable character from the first movie, is suddenly a battle strategists while she should be an omega, and they still try nothing original whatsoever. Ugh.
#3: The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue
As you might know, The Secret of NIMH is one of my all-time favourite movies. This is like the opposite.
Mrs. Brisby is hardly in it and does nothing, the main character is lacking of any personality, the older characters are really dumbed down and the new ones have only one trait at most.
What is the worst about this movie, however, is the many continuity issues and the fact that the whole plot didn’t need to exist in the first place (the villain only becomes the villain because of a prophecy that says that the main character will the the hero blablabla. Pointless conspiracy stuff.)
#2: Seafood/ Sea Level
This thing used to be my least favourite movie ever for like two years or something. Man do I hate this thing. Dad gave it to me when he left for vacation and I was like “please no” and after it I was like dead and stuff.
No, but seriously, though. This movie is atrocious. One of the worst of the worst. I like #1 only a millibit less than this, seriously. The characters have no personality, the jokes are stupid, the premise (daddy fish goes to look for his children who were taken out of the ocean. Sound familiar? *cough NEMO cough*) copy-pasted, the voice acting horrible, and just the overall thing horrible.
I haven’t wondered “What the buck am I watching?” as much in my life before. We have sharks in robots and fighting chickens and this one shark can walk on land without reason. Seriously.
Also the voice they picked for the father character sounds like a twelveyear-old and his design makes him look even younger. So yeah that’s disturbing. Really really disturbing.
And now…for our final, worst ever movie…
#1: Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games
No. Just…no. This movie is the definition of an atrocity. No jokes that are funny, the characters that ARE PRESENT (for some reason 3/4th of the entire A&O cast is not present in this one) have one trait at the most, a storyline with no original elements added to it whatsoever, a love interest that goes absolutely nowhere, the worst animation I’ve ever seen in any movie and lots of unnecessary mistakes.
While Howliday Adventure was a bad movie, it at least did have one or two characters that had more than one trait and maybe one twist that kind of worked in its advance, not to mention that the animation was at least better than in this. This is the worst of the worst of movies. Pretty much a tie between this and Sea Level, but the fact that this thing is even more generic than this one or any of the other movies I hate so much, makes it the worst of the worst.