Most Disappointing Movies of 2015

Robert Keaton Maxwell

This section always makes me sad. Very sad. In a medium I love so dearly, why must shit cloud its artistic shelves?

Honorable Mention: A Most Violent Yearmaxresdefault (1)

It’s honestly a good flick, but in no world can it justify its run time. The plot is solid but could be condensed to forty minutes. When I can shave off over half the movie’s run time and still piece together every single story element, that’s an issue. A Most Boring Year is good, if you’re doing spring cleaning with it on in the background or something.

5.) Black Mass
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Damn, organized crime movies just can’t get it together this year. Basically, Johny Depp’s makeup looks ridiculous, the movie is tediously slow without the skilled tension mounting of, say, the Godfather series, the pacing is awful and god help me did they waste Corey Stoll’s character. He singlehandedly could’ve saved this movie…

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2 Responses to Most Disappointing Movies of 2015

  1. mitchteemley says:

    Haven’t seen Black Mass yet but, yes, I would agree that A Most Violent Year was a most disappointing movie; don’t know what the critics saw in it. Merry Christmas, btw!

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