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    Gravity, probably worst movie in the last decade, well previous...

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    The whole DC cinematic universe, with a special mention to Suicide Squad.

    INTRODUCING!
    The man that can climb anything!
    The man with a knife that has a unicorn plushie addiction!
    The lady with brain damage that screams and bonks things with a baseball bat!
    A guy with a gun!
    A guy with a boomerang!
    A man painted like a crocodile!

    aaaannnnddd

    The worst rendition of the Joker ever conceived by man!

    All united in a squad to defeat a demigod that can vaporize things with his eyesight! Who will win?! My money is on the guy with the boomerang!

    That movie was so freaking atrocious it was not even funny. I saw it two weeks before it got released in my home country. I wanted to warn everyone to stay away but they threatened me if I spoiled anything, so I just let them ruin their day by watching it.


    Maze Runner
    The first movie was trippy and mysterious. Well established characters and a clear goal. The two sequels were... putrid. No maze runners anymore, just a postapocalyptic landscape with zombies. B o r i n g. What a shame.


    The Crimes of Grindelwald
    As much as I love Johnny Depp, he is a finished actor imo. Just cannot make different facial expressions anymore. Just a confusing movie, I think I have read somewhere that you can know more if you read an external source or something? The scene when they all meet and everyone starts talking about the drowned kid is the pinnacle of WTF. I stopped understanding a single thing and I consequently stopped caring.


    The last Star Wars trilogy
    Goes without saying. Hot garbage. I was mildly irritated by it before really getting into the Star Wars world. After rewatching the previous trilogies + Solo/Rogue One, I think back to the latest trilogy with burning rage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Pebbleton View Post
    The whole DC cinematic universe, with a special mention to Suicide Squad.
    Academy Award winning Suicide Squad. That's probably the biggest disappointment of all.
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  4. #64
    I would say game of throne season 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratt View Post
    Recently, it was Altered Carbon season 2. It's like the interns took over with half the budget.
    I couldn't even finish it. It felt like such a different show than the first season.

    For me it's Game of Thrones easy. I cannot even watch half of the first episode of season 1. How they ended that show has ruined everything Game of Thrones for me, I don't even care about any new projects they are working on because they butchered it.

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    the walking dead. watched the first episode and never bothered with it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyelessCrow View Post
    I couldn't even finish it. It felt like such a different show than the first season.

    For me it's Game of Thrones easy. I cannot even watch half of the first episode of season 1. How they ended that show has ruined everything Game of Thrones for me, I don't even care about any new projects they are working on because they butchered it.
    Yeah, its truly amazing how much the ending just completely shot all interest in the IP. I'm not even curious about how the books will end now.

    Most other IP's i like that have hit hard times in terms of quality still produce some okay stuff or stuff I want to like idea wise that just fail in execution. Meanwhile Game of Thrones just....totally wrecked its universe.

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    Movies:

    The Grey
    The Last Jedi

    Shows:
    Game of Thrones Season 8

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    Most of the movies and tv shows made in the last few years. They are getting dumber every year adjusting for the average IQ nowadays.
    If i have to name some its the new Star Wars trilogy and the Star Trek Discovery and Picard. They are such a disappointment.

  10. #70
    Law and Order: Organized Crime.

    Elliot is Elliot, so he's cool and all. Loved him on SVU. Didn't mind that he left for other shows.

    But his new spinoff....

    There are so many problems.

    1st - The leader of the Organized Crime unit is ridiculous. A token. And it's disgusting. Like, it's Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Captain Holt but offensive, because Captain Holt is a great, well-rounded character who just happens to be Black and Gay. Those traits color his character but he exists as a character beyond those triats. But LaO:OC's Ayanna Bell is a 1-Demensional character who is Black, a Lesbian, an Expectant Mother, and has family who are victimized by the police thanks to BLM problems / Police Brutality. That's all her character is really. She doesn't do much else other than be a token.

    2nd - They spend like NO time focusing on the majority of the squad. We know nothing about them. I read a recap of the finale to find out a character who had a grand total of like 5 lines throughout 7 episodes betrayed the team. They just pull it out of their ass at the end. No build up or hints or suggestions. It's like... there were a couple of characters who they spent 0 time developing and when they wrote the finale, they must've flipped a coin to decide who was the mole.

    3rd - There is a Mary Sue in the series and it's ridiculous. They've got a 23-year old Hacker, Detective. She's the best Hacker that Stabler has ever worked with. She is quirky. She makes me want to puke. Whoever the fuck invented this character can go sit on a cactus. The team needs a lead? She clacks a few keys and unlocks a door in the investigation.

    4th - They had one new character who was EXCELLENTLY written. She was a compelling character. Her character could be a case-study for the writing rule "Show don't tell". Then... she gets killed off by an absolute bitch of a character. Not only that! The episode where she is killed, her character needs to go full on idiot in order to get her into the situation she's in to be killed. She should've seen it coming from a mile away and never been in the situation she was in. The rest of the series, she was painted as a professional and a badass. Then she has to make about 10 stupid decisions (most of which were made offscreen) that get her shot and killed.

    5th - The finale... I see a lot of hate. The show should've ended on episode 7 when everyone is arrested and episode 8 makes like no sense and people are trashing it.

    Hope it gets prematurely cancelled.

    SVU's ratings are slightly lower than Organized Crime and it's on Season 22. The only thing is, Organized Crime might be a bit more expensive of a show than SVU and so it may not be worth keeping on if it continues to perform so poorly during a second season.

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    I really liked Equilibrium, so I went to see the director's next project Ultraviolet and wow if that wasn't about the worst thing I ever saw in a theater until a few years later when a promising looking trailer and talented cast bamboozled me into watching the incredibly god awful rudderless nightmare they call Prometheus.
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    Probably Star Trek Picard

    Basically let’s add every shitty idea into Star Treks best series mean while adding a lot of characters that make no sense, and are unimportant to anyone with good sense.

    I mean I kind of hated Star Trek Discovery. But at least they did something different. So I tried to like this.

    I subscribed to Paramount+ to watch Picard and the more I watched the worse it got. Episode 1,9, and 10 were the only episodes that in anyway mattered to the entire plot

    3/10 or a D
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    The "Librarians."
    The show was based on a series of TV movies where the protagonist is modeled after Indiana Jones, the first one "The Librarian" is actually quite good (IMHO). The other two movies get progressively worse. Too bad the TV show was even worse.

    Mine would be:

    Heroes Reborn.

    Wonder Woman. It was so boring and predictable, I nearly turned it off halfway through. As I happened to be on a plane so there was nothing else to do. Many superhero movies are like this.

  14. #74
    Westworld series, the season 1 was amazing.

    Then season 2 was not as good little weird but ok.

    Then season 3 was total crap... like, puke worthy dumb cringe crap.
    None of us really changes over time. We only become more fully what we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphrel View Post
    Westworld series, the season 1 was amazing.

    Then season 2 was not as good little weird but ok.

    Then season 3 was total crap... like, puke worthy dumb cringe crap.
    Man this spoke to me and I have to second it. The whole season 3 was like.... everything they built up in the previous seasons they either stopped treating it seriously (ex: Bernard shutting down Ashley Stubbs and then Ashley turns back on fully aware that he was shut down and reprogrammed and tells Bernard "fuck you".) or started over glorifying it like Dolores' arc where they just made her full invincible except for the very end which was done purely to give spotlight to Maeve.
    Williams arc was also disappointing and its a shame because frankly he is one of if not the most interesting characters the show had and they could have done so much more with him.

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    The Watchmen movie, 2009. The only movie I would have walked out on if it wasn't for my buddy insisting we'd finish it (he liked it).

    It probably wasn't because it was a bad movie, I just expected something completely different after watching a trailer, and I was unaware of the source material.
    Reason for me almost walking out was because the tempo of that movie is soooooo slow and everything felt unnecessarily stretched out and random. The insane runtime made it even worse (160min).

    Tho I'd admit I could probably watch it again today and have a completely different opinion about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphrel View Post
    Westworld series, the season 1 was amazing.

    Then season 2 was not as good little weird but ok.

    Then season 3 was total crap... like, puke worthy dumb cringe crap.
    I didn't finish season 3.
    /s

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    The Last Jedi.
    This. A movie so bad it poisoned the entire franchise itself

    Walking out of TLJ, I felt like I did walking out of terminator 3 all those years ago. That the magic was gone. Terminator never found its footing again, and short of the mandalorian, neither has Star Wars

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    The Resort movie. One of the worst movies I've ever seen.

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    I think the most disappointing show I have seen has to be the reboot of Voltron.

    It starts out great, with rather strong first and second seasons, but then they kill Zarkon, the show's BBEG, at the end of season 2, but at the end of the last episode, we see Zarkon on life support. On season three, we get introduced to Zarkon's son, who is someone who apparently disagrees with his father, and forms a truce with the Voltron team. It's at that moment the show begins to spin its wheels, because we're left without a BBEG (Zakron is STILL on life support) so the episodes are mostly fluff that goes nowhere, and the ones that actually do go somewhere, do little to progress the plot (what plot?).

    Zarkon is revived at the end of Season Three, and three episodes into Season Four, he retakes command of his troops. Good. Good? Nah. Because Zarkon is again killed (this time for good) at the beginning of Season Five. And again the show is left with its wheels spinning as we're left without a "bad guy". We have the return of a character that mysteriously disappeared at the end of Season Two. There is intrigue, but nothing worthwhile. In my opinion, past Season Three, the show became completely aimless, and lost most, if not all of its luster for me.

    What pisses me off about the show is how Shiro is handled by the end of the show. Throughout the show we see hints that he might be gay/bisexual, as we see some flashbacks with him and a roommate, possibly lover or brother. It's never specified. Who was left on Earth. One of the Voltron team's desires is to be able to return home. When they return home, Shiro finds that his partner died in the war, as the Voltron's enemies arrived to Earth first. At the end of the show, in the epilogue sliders, we found out that Shiro not only "got better" of his war-induced depression, but he found happiness by marrying a guy [B]we have never seen in the show until that very moment[/B].
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