Worst Movies Ranking 2017: Have You Watched Them?

December 09, 2017

Worst movies ranking 2017Towards the end of 2017 Rolling Stone summed up the products of cinematography.


Biweekly magazine created a ranking of the worst movies released this year.


The 1st place goes to …


…‘Transformers: The Last Knight’.

Transformers:the Last Knight


Even state-of-the-art special effects and 29-time awarded Anthony Hopkins did not help to make this movie alluring. The critics say the film is full of clichés typical for its director Michael Bay. Thus, the outcome of the events is predictable, which makes the movie non-captivating.


‘The Dark Tower’ takes the 2nd position in the rating.

The Dark Tower


This Stephen King adaptation was not crowned with success either. 95 minutes of this fantasy western does not bring viewers nothing but the recognition that the movie is a tutorial of how an adaptation should not be.


‘Fifty Shades Darker’ rounds out the top 3 worst movies 2017

Fifty shades darker


BDSM always sounds intriguing, isn’t it? But not in the case of Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. The melodrama, the actress starred in, is full of erotic scenes that look extremely unrealistic. The majority of supporting characters are not superfluous, while the mood music is inappropriate.


Top worst movies 2017 also includes:

  • Romantic drama ‘Song to Song’
  • Adventure action film ‘The Mummy’
  • Drama ‘The Mountain Between Us’
  • Fantasy ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’
  • Comedy ‘Daddy’s Home 2’
  • Thriller ‘Suburbicon’
  • Cartoon ‘The Emoji Movie’

The movies listed in the rating didn’t become profitable. Thus, ‘The Emoji Movie’ made a profit of $16 million (‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ takings were over $400 million).

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