This list is getting tougher to put together which I think means that I manage to avoid the bad films that are released during the year, that being said though I still did see my share of pretty awful films. The list probably could be changed with any of the films taking the top spot so I guess its more just the ten films I thought were the worst in 2017 in all honesty, rather than a count down list!
Scott and Kate Johansen have done everything to raise their daughter Alex in such a good way, ensuring that they support everything she wants to do in life. This also includes going to her dream college. When the town takes away her scholarship funding the take things into their own hands when a gamble goes wrong they decide to become the house, because the house always wins.
I still can’t help but think of Paul Rudd as Mike from Friends, but he certainly has come a very long way over the past twenty years. He certainly seems to be one of the most popular actors to take on the comedy genre and even taken that across to become a Superhero as well, a tiny little ant. Each role he makes his own and I am finding myself becoming more of a fan with each film I watch him in!
Riley has had a very happy childhood filled with some amazing memories, but everything is going to be put to the test when she is moved from that life to San Francisco. We are shown this massive change through her emotions, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear.
A film where a story is told about a story. Yes you read that right, this film pokes fun at romantic comedies yet is one itself . . .
Carter is still struggling with his parents divorce 15 years later after always being the middle man between his mother and father. Everything takes a turn for the worse when he finds out he was part of a study and his early life is in a book and the author would like him to be part of the A.C.O.D study . . . Adult Children of Divorce.
Cady Heron (Lohan) grew up in Africa and finds herself in America joining a High School which will be much worse than the Animal Kingdom. Obviously the new girl in school and does not really fit in at all. But the plastics let her have lunch with them and through a plan to get to know their secrets she slips into actually becoming one. SHUT UP . . .