Ernie’s Top 10 Worst Movies of 2014

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This was a good year for movies, however there were still a slew of titles that missed the mark in one way or another. Take a look below and check out Film Pulse contributor Ernie Trinidad’s top 10 worst movies of 2014.


10. Stalingrad (Dir: Fedor Bondarchuk)

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A wasted opportunity to tell the story of the siege at Stalingrad is nothing more than heavy-handed melodrama.

9. RoboCop (Dir: Jose Padilha)

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A rather pointless remake of an action classic.

8. Jinn (Dir: Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad)

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Ambitious horror-fantasy that is nothing more than a commercial for a car…yes, a commercial for a car.

7. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Dir: Christoper Landon)

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The first series spin-off is more of the same and more of what turned the series sour.

6. V/H/S: Viral (Dir: Various)

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The third in the anthology series that has yet to win me over and likely never will.

5. Transformers: Age of Extinction (Dir: Michael Bay)

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Better than 2 & 3 but still pretty bad.

4. Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (Dirs: Robert Rodriquez and Frank Miller)

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Long-awaited sequel will leave you cold especially fans of the original.

3. Almost Human (Dir: Joe Begos)

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I can’t even recall the film to pin point what exactly I didn’t like about it.

2. Alien Abduction (Dir: Matty Beckerman)

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This found footage alien invasion flick is just dumb and that’s being kind.

1. The Devil’s Knot (Dir: Atom Egoyan)

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Pointless film that can be viewed as an insult to the lives of those depicted.

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