2011 is almost over, so now is the perfect time to analyze what this year had to offer to movie fans worldwide. Yes, it gave us some great flicks, but it also made us regret going to the movie theater on various occasions.

Here is a list of what we think are ten horrible movies released in 2011. Check it out to see if you agree. Or maybe just so you can say later that we have serious taste impairments.

Jack and Jill


‘His twin sister is coming for the holidays… and it ain’t pretty’. It really wasn’t. If you think it will be hilarious to see Adam Sandler play a woman, think again. Why is Al Pacino in this, I have no idea.


Just Go with It


This clearly wasn’t a good year for Sandler. And Jennifer Aniston didn’t help much. Here’s to a better 2012!


Sucker Punch


I was a sucker for watching this and I really want to punch anyone who says it’s any good. At least the title really works in this particular case. Flashy movie, but without any kind of substance.


Season of the Witch


Putting aside the fact that Nicolas Cage wore a fairly disturbing wig, this movie was simply… unsatisfying. I think that’s the perfect word to describe it.


Mars Needs Moms


This movie was mainly made for kids, right? So how can the tagline be ‘Mom needs a little space’? That is just wrong. And I adore Seth Green, by the way.


The Roommate

What is this? A thriller? A horror movie gone bad? I didn’t get it. Mostly because it’s absurd to think that someone like Leighton Meester would ever scare the bejesus out of anyone.




Kevin James is usually hilarious, but after seeing this I would really love it if I could go up to him and say ‘Zookeeper? Awful movie dude!’. A girl can only dream…


Something Borrowed


Annoyingly predictable. That’s all.


Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son


I almost never enjoy men playing women. This was no exception. Clearly the worst ‘Big Momma’ so far. Hope we won’t get another sequel.


Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star


How this movie ever got made I will never understand. It is that bad.


Other honorable mentions: ‘Judy Moody And The Not Bummer Summer’, ‘Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil’ and (dare we say?) ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1’.

Do you agree with our choices? Or do you strongly believe that some of the titles listed above should have never been included in such a list?

We will soon have an article with ten awesome movies of 2011, so stay tuned.

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