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The 10 Worst Films of 2012

Friday 28 December 2012, 14:26

Mark Kermode Mark Kermode

As is traditional at this time of year here is my list of the ten worst films released in 2012 - enjoy!

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    Comment number 1.

    It's hard to argue with this list, though it does feel strange to positively review anything which contains Adam Sandler.

    Perhaps Battleship should have been higher. It's a shame really, as the film is a shade away from being one of the all-time great spoofs. Around the point with the war veterans fixing up the "Battleship", I was holding back the laughs, surely the whole thing was a tongue-in-cheek critique of brainless Hollywood blockbusters? That was until I saw the credits...

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    Comment number 2.

    That's a pretty good list of bad movies, I totally agree with number 1, it might even be the worst film of the millennium. I would also like to mention Abraham Lincoln Vampire hunter as I am sure it just missed being in there.

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    Comment number 3.

    I was ready to go crazy if anything other than the Keith Lemon movie was at the top/bottom of this list. It's arguably the worst film ever made.

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    Comment number 4.

    I'm so proud that I've not watched any of them. And never will.

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    Comment number 5.

    I still think you're being too harsh on John Carter, Mark. If you disregard the amount of money spent and the terrible marketing, do you _really_ think it was worse than Jack and Jill as a movie?

    Nice jumper by the way.


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