Turkeys aren't just for Christmas - we've had them all year long. Here are the 10 most excruciating movies of 2015.
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"Sometimes you get what you deserve, and if you are one of the almost 50,000 who handed over money to Braff, you've gotten the film you probably deserve."
"...the movie has taken a ton of money and its sequel has already been greenlit, so what do I know?"
"I counted more laughs at the 12 Years a Slave press screening than this one."
"A dated aesthetic that fools you into thinking you're watching a promo for an upcoming rugby match, dialogue a 12-year-old wouldn't inflict on his GI Joe's, and an overall seediness that will have you rushing for a post-screening shower, make 300: Rise of an Empire one of the most grueling cinema-going experiences you'll have all year."
"...a film only a date rapist could appreciate."
"Women need to know their place, the film proclaims like some beer-can crushing rube on a night at the bowling alley, and should be happy to find a man, even if he's as obnoxious as the one played by Sandler here."
"...the sort of comedy even Adam Sandler would be embarrassed to put his name to."
"Not so much Spinal Tap as frontal lobotomy."
"...bearable for about five minutes, but it quickly wears thin, and the tackiness of its green screen backdrops combined with the designer grime aesthetic creates an effect akin to watching The Room while being smothered by an Ed Hardy t-shirt."
"There are so many idiotic editing, camera movement and framing choices in T:AOE that the film will likely be adopted by film professors as a means of teaching students how not to construct a film."
By Eric Hillis