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A Major Disappointment
Summit Entertainment may be a successful studio, but Fly Me to the Moon is their most decent work. If there's anything about them I could observe by watching The Ghost Writer, it's that their interference tends to botch movies with massive potential. Sadly, 50/50 is no exception by a long shot.
The premise: a young man is diagnosed with cancer and is told that he might survive.
Cancer is without a doubt one of the most active diseases in movie history. So much so, that if anybody ever finds a cure, that person deserves the nobel prize.
To see somebody survive makes for a unique concept. Unfortunately, the studio's interference turns it into its average snooze fest. The cast members do their best to make themselves 3-dimensional, but Seth Rogen is the only one to shine, let alone be amusing. At least no careers are ruined.
Gut-wrenching Doesn't Even Cut It
This atrocity had all the potential needed.
The budget exceeded $45 million, the costumes were as close to their source material as they could get (Granted, Daphne's costume was inaccurate, but that was probably the best they could do.), and the original theme tune was used.
Unfortunately, Matthew Lillard playing Shaggy for the first time is the only significant thing this movie has going for it as he was the only cast member who was even trying. It's a miracle he's improved on his pathetic performance in this flick.
The rest comes off as dark, boring, and disturbingly offensive. Episode II of Star Wars was released the same year as this disaster, but that movie was better without question. It didn't have a guy going into a girl's body and saying joyfully, "I can look at myself naked." That line is so perverted that not only am I ashamed to think about it myself, but it also undeniably makes this movie at least 1 trillion worse than the Star Wars prequels put together.
Chicken Little (2005)
Disney at its Complete Worst
Chicken Little starts with the famous 'sky is falling' line, but that's all it has in common with the fairy tale. We soon see Chicken Little become picked on after the incident that started the story (but not the movie). After talented actors from Patrick Stewart to Wallace Shawn waste their time, Chicken Little decides to play baseball and wins a game, becoming a town hero. That night, something hits him on the head and turns invisible. He and his three friends, a duck, a fish, and a huge pig that's completely annoying, discover aliens who seemed to have destroyed other worlds. But as it turns out, these aliens are actually friendly and are on Earth for an ineffective reason. The other planets were just "not for them."
It's animation is completely lazy, nobody in the cast puts effort into their roles, and all brilliance is replaced with pop cultural references topped off by cinema's worst plot twist.
The ending is also horrible to sit through because all are seeing a movie that's not even close to what we just saw. And then, the characters all sing Ain't No Mountain High Enough and then Don't Go Breaking My Heart. And you wish it would just end, because Batman and Robin doesn't make us want to destroy ourselves with a wood chipper, but Chicken Little does!!!!!!
The Nut Job (2014)
Only the humans in this movie are amusing
In this trash that could only have hypnotized its voice cast in to delivering their lines, a banished squirrel stumbles onto a nut shop run by thugs, one of which bares too much resemblance to Judge Doom, who are planning to rob a bank nearby. Say what you will about that premise, but if you think Episode 1 of Star Wars is the worst film to feature Liam Neeson, I dare you to say this is any better. In return from him not caring, this film ruins Brendan Fraser's career when Furry Vengeance doesn't get enough criticism. Despite surprises, clear characters, and several funny moments from the thugs, this movie offers no effort in story line or neatness in animation. There are clichés, annoying characters, stale acting, and one of the worst movie soundtracks of all time. Sealing this film's legendary status as one of the worst ever is the use of Gangnam Style, which ruins the song's reputation. A true example of how animation isn't always good.