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Roeper's Late Summer Report Card: Worst of the Year So Far (2012)

Roeper's Late Summer Report Card: Worst of the Year So Far
 

“From bad to worst.”

-Richard Roeper

Roeper's Late Summer Report Card: Worst of the Year So Far Review

Roeper's Late Summer Report Card: Worst of the Year So Far

(2012)

In theaters:
Monday, 13 August 2012

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Dillon Schohr said on Monday, August 20, 2012 4:05:16 AM
I was literally thinking that I had forgotten about Joyful Noise, and then you mentioned, "the worst movie that you've probably forgotten about, if your lucky." I laughed for a good ten minutes. Love the reviews.

John Moore said on Thursday, August 16, 2012 1:55:50 PM
Mr. Roeper,

This is a good list. Most of these looked terrible from just the trailers; That's My Boy actually made me angry. But you forgot one movie that disappointed me the most this year: Dark Shadows. I've always been a fan of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp but this was no where near as good as their past collaborations. For the first 40 minutes I was enjoying Burton's beautiful eye for Gothic visuals, Depp's performance and the humor. But after a while you realize that the filmmakers were more concerned with Barnabus making fun of the 70s than a coherent plot. I also felted the fight at the climax felt rushed; the werewolf made no sense.
I will remember this film when I make my own Worst of the Year list.

 
 
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