Movies NOT To See. A compiled list to help you weed out the good vs the bad to save your time, money and brain cells. A link to the preview has been provided in the title.
Based on a true story, Kim Baker (played by Tina Fey) a New York reporter trades in her bland life for an assignment in a war zone. Something more on the serious side, but Fey naturally adds her own comedy to it. Not working for me though.
A group of illegal immigrants prepare for a trek through the desert into America for a better life. When they come across a U.S. vigilante the harsh elements of the desert are the least of their worries as they run for their lives.
A mother’s grief drives her to try anything, but when she visits a temple in order to contact her son, she releases a darkness.
A film of excess while Christian Bale thrives on sex and drugs while trying to remember the man he used to be.
Two brothers separated when only one is adopted. 28 years letter one is a special agent, the other a homely looking twit played by Sacha Baron Cohen. Lame.
Another bible movie.
I love Emma Thompson and she would be the only reason I watched this movie, but I don’t think it would be enough to tip the scales in it’s favour.
Based on a true story full of hope and tears. The preview pretty much tells you the entire story so there is no point in watching it; however, this film is perfect for those people who like to cry and wail for the miracles from heaven… get it?
An attempt at some serious face comedy, but not quite hitting the mark. For 2004 bronze medal gymnastics winner Hope Ann Greggory her fame has long fizzled out and she must now help a young gymnast to rise to the top.
A film about Lance Armstrong riding his bikes.