Welcome back to the countdown, as we are nearly wrapping up my top ten worst movies of the decade.
This one will be controversial to many people, but I can't deny how I felt when I first saw this film. And hey this is my list, so f*ck it.
The #2 worst movie of the decade:
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)
Last night I talked about Uwe Boll and his notorious reputation in the film industry that he may very well be named the worst director of the decade. Although many d*uchey decisions from many d*uchey filmmakers may saved him from that certain title, plus Uwe Boll may have improved himself with a couple of films. Take it from Michael Bay. He might as well be a lead special effect artist because what he does best are explosions and... explosions. But not once have I seen him tell a good story. For this case, he not only tell a good or a mediocre story, but he adds so many idiotic and baffling elements that questions his fratboy mind, wasted a good amount of time and infuriated me to the point I want to choke someone.
I already wrote a full article review on this film, so I'll just bring in a few important points. I didn't like Transformers as Bay didn't realize a potential epic story of the entire toy franchise, but honestly it was fun. And despite the title of the film "Transformers", the narrative (if there was any) was focused from the viewpoints of the humans and we didn't get to see enough of the Transformers. So from that, you'll think Michael Bay will improve the entire film elements for the next film. No he didn't. Like one entry in the list, the film goes for the "bigger is better" method and yet takes the film to a ridiculous and awful level. Bigger in scale, bigger in length, bigger in production, bigger in the mass of the giant turd dumped by Michael Bay himself. The ideas and elements Bay decided to put in such robots with giant wrecking balls, robots with giant pointy shafts, a terrible ripoff of Terminator, moms getting high on pot and a shot of John Turturro's naked ass. None of the characters are that likable or remotely interesting, humans or even the Transformers. The designs of Transformers are still ugly, bland and indistinguishable only to be sharing the same color schemes and sizes where, in an action scene, you don't even know which is which. And the piece-of-la re-shit-sance are the two Jar Jar Binks robots that you are stuck with for majority of the film. And you'll be hearing them spouting every ignorant and offensive lingos of a black man's caricature.
Sure enough it is became a box office success, but does that mean its a good movie? This movie really really pissed the hell out of me and increases my hate for Michael "D*uchebag" Bay. Really Bay, the movie should have been called "Explosions" instead...
Tomorrow, I will reveal #1 worst movie of the 00s. What movie takes the cake as the WORST of the decade?