Nix’s 10 Most Disappointing Movies of 2011

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Ten Most Disappointing Movies of 2011

Every year, movies arrive that show promise, but for whatever reason (bad acting, bad directing, bad writing, bad catering?), fails to make the grade. The result is disappointment with a capital “D”. Here, then, is our list of the 10 most disappointing movies of 2011. These are films that I received with anticipation, either as something potentially great, or just good, but ended up being anything but. Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean the movies were not good, just that they failed to live up to my expectations, thus the use of “disappointment” in the title. And we’re not talking about, say, something as obviously silly as “The Roommate” or “Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star”, titles that no one expected to be good.

The list below (which is in no particular order) is not meant to be a complete list of films released in 2011. Like most people, I haven’t seen every single movie released in the year. Feel free to add your own disappointing movies in the comments section, or tell me why I’m wrong with anything on the list.

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Author: Nix

Editor/Writer at BeyondHollywood.com. Likes: long walks on the beach and Kevin Costner post-apocalyptic movies. Dislikes: 3D, shaky cam, and shaky cam in 3D. Got a site issue? Wanna submit Movie/TV news? Or to email me in regards to anything on the site, you can do so at nix (at) beyondhollywood.com.
  • TheStrongestThereIs.com

    I agree with just about everything other than Immortals and Green Lantern, though it seems I am in the minority given word on the street lol! I thought Immortals was as cohesive if not more than most films of the genre. I would condemn others who use the term “Visionary” wayyy before Tarsem Singh. Green Lantern was disappointing to me only in the fact that it was an origin and wanted to see Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool, or more importantly, As Wally West, the flash. I thought it set good groundwork for a kick ass sequel which is the downfall of all origin stories in a franchise. Everything else I am with you on. As I said before, Great post. I would love to go back and forth with you on a movie review. If only we could to an “Mst3k” like viewing/review of immortals. That would be kick-ass.

    P.s. The Thing Prequel just made me happy because All i could think about while watching it was how badass it would be to see those monsters/ necromorphs in a Dead Space film.

  • LionHeart

    Wait, I Am Number Four? Really? That was anticipated to some degree?

    • TheStrongestThereIs.com

      anticipated but not received well at all. Besides the wire work, which was fantastic, the movie was not good by any means.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Justin-Kenna/100002226801382 Justin Kenna

    Totally agree with you. Though, I can’t help but still enjoy the Green Lantern movie. It is so much fun to be mentally absorbed into that universe.

    My top two are On Stranger Tides, and Cowboys and Aliens.

    Haven’t seen The Thing yet; waiting to rent it. But lol to your short review of it. That’s all I’m going to be thinking about while watching it. TAKE OFF THE FRIGGEN COAT!

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    I to have to agree with most of these, but I like TSTI and Justin enjoyed GL. I think the anticipation and the visuals really helped but thereally fumbled on the script, and had they stayed closer the animated film “First Flight” which played like “Training Day” in space. How could that go wrong? The rest of these movies had a lot if potential and they just fell short, or didn’t execute it well.

  • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

    Also, I don’t think Abduction was really anticipated in the first place. That was going to be turd right of the chute.