It's a shame Warner Bros. throws too much attention on making their movies look cool instead of investing in decent plots.
9. Bad Moms
It's a complete eye-roller with an extremely thin script. It just wasn't clever enough to overlook its over-the-top vulgarity. #Basic
It's just not stylish enough to be a decent film and it’s not cool enough to distract us.
7. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
One word, cluttered. It's too much, Warner Bros. Stahp! Tone it down, bruh. Two words, sexy Cavill. The. End.
The worst part about this lame crime thriller is the shame of how cool it thinks it really is. Sort of like the class dork posing as the class clown.
3. The Boy
2. The Forest
1. Zoolander 2
This painful sequel focused way too much on starlet cameos that they completely forgot to insert a plot. By the end you really DO feel like you're taking crazy pills.
This movie actually surprised me. It's an eye opener to the real hero's behind this BP devastation. It's a slow build in the beginning but the tension soon rises and ultimately hooks you in. I really enjoyed it!
Best line: "My wife's name is Felicia and my daughter's Sydney and I will see them again. Do you understand me?"
Between all the dilated crap and reboots, this flick is proof Hollywood can still surprise us. It does an excellent job keeping you on the edge of your seat with loads of suspense.
Best line: "People are strange creatures. You can't always convince them that safety is in their best interest."
Another true story that surprised me last year was 13 hours. Mostly because it's a Michael Bay movie... WHAT?! But aside from that, it does a superb job chronicling what happened that night and proves John Krasinski can lead a great action/drama.
Best line: "Payback's a bitch and her stripper name is Karma."
This sci-fi flick flew under the radar and I don't know why exactly. The unique plot unfolds so beautifully and does an excellent job keeping you intrigued until the very end. It's definitely an engaging story about family and what one would sacrifice for them.
Best line: "Is it too much to ask you to punch me in the face? No? Never mind."
This charming animation excels on so many levels and it most-def stands with the finest of the Disney classics. The underlining messages are so tender and sweet. It's modest with good old fashion storytelling. I also have a sneaky suspicion it will take the Oscar for Best Animation as well.
Best line: "Life's a little bit messy. We all make mistakes. No matter what type of animal you are, change starts with you."
It's easy to see why this flick was nominated for Best Picture. This historic true story is a wonderful blend of Apollo 13 and The Help. The assertion of humanity and civil rights is pure cinematic nourishment for soul.
Best line: "Well, I don't own pearls. Lord knows you don't pay the colored enough to afford pearls!"
Best line: "This is the dream! It's conflict and it's compromise, and it's very, very exciting!"
3. Nocturnal Animals
This highly intense, space-opera, that pairs good vs. evil, is beyond a well-crafted Star Wars spin-off. It spins Star Wars into a whole new orbit. It has plenty of fantastic nuances that bring back fond memories of the original. And it has to be said, that ending scene is probably thee best scene in SW history!! #AMIRIGHT
Best line: "Do you want to know the odds of her using that blaster on you? It's high. It's very high."
Best line: "Your work saved the lives of thousands. What if I told you that reality is one of many?"
While I wasn't particularly super impressed with what 2016 had to offer, I still had a blast at the movies! I'm excited to see how 2017 unfolds. The floor is now yours! Did your favorite movie of the year make the list? Something I missed? Let me know what your Best and Worst movies of 2016 were in the comment section below.