字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント these films, they're probably a lot better in your memory than on the screen. Welcome to watch Mojo. And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies that aren't as good as you remember for this list. We're looking at the movies you might have seen a long time ago, and they loved back then. But now they just don't hold up to today's standards. Warning. There will be spoilers ahead. If you like what you're hearing. Be sure to check out the full song at the link below Number 10. Dude, Where's my car? When it comes to stoner comedies, they've been done far better than Dude, Where's my car? In the years since its release and the years prior, for that matter. Boy, Jackal Boy. So you do dogs Stoner, That's right. Dreadfully dumb story of a crazy night out, a Lost Car and a nerdy SciFi cult is, maybe, unsurprisingly, not very good. Dude, where's my car? Looks and feels like a bad TV film full of jokes that either haven't aged well or we're never funny in the first place. Not even the comedic charm of Sean William Scott and Ashton Kutcher could save this mess of a movie. What is my tattoo say? Trust us. You're better off watching Pineapple Express or Harold and Kumar go to White Castle. Dude was my car. Where's this car? Dude Number nine Garden State Written and directed by Zack Braff, this romantic comedy drama was actually a surprise hit at Sundance and went on to earn cult status with a Grammy winning soundtrack. It's hipster appeal and a story inspired by Braff's own life. Garden State didn't make waves of the box office, but critics and audiences were still all about it. Are you listening to missions? You know, No, Getting this once will change your life. Unfortunately, upon re watch, you're likely to become aware of how it actually comes off. Not only does the film seem to take itself way too seriously, it also tries way too hard to be quirky. You're the alligator you could tell by the hands. Meanwhile, Natalie Portman's character has been retroactively labeled a manic pixie dream girl, a female stock character that's empty and only in the film to help out the usually male protagonist Number eight Casper E. I probably weren't you. You say mean it But where my family goes, you have to trust it's appropriate. Universal decided to drop Casper's friendly ghost moniker for the title of this film because it's probably a whole lot more depressing than you remember. He couldn't stop. I was having so much fun. I got a lead Dark cooled. Yep, this live action CG I adaptation of a classic Children's comic strip decided to dive into Casper's backstory, showing all the kids watching. The Casper was once a child just like them. But then he died. What's it like to die like being born backwards? How many parents definitely weren't ready to have that conversation on their way out of the theater? Better yet, the film ends with Casper being given a human form once again on Lee tohave a torrent away from him. Test. This kid's been through enough number seven Batman Forever. Everyone remembers how strikingly awful Batman and Robin is, but what many don't recall is the Batman Forever is almost as bad. Jim Carey and Tommy Lee Jones play the Riddler and to face with obnoxious excess while aboard Looking Val Kilmer steps in for the role of Batman, previously played by Michael Keaton, Chase. This is between you and me. The film shares most of the terrible flaws of Batman and Robin, but to a lesser degree, meaning it isn't even much fun to watch. But, hey, on the bright side, the movie did give us an insane music video for Seal's Kiss from a Rose For some strange reason. Number six American Beauty. American Beauty garnered massive critical acclaim upon its debut winning five Academy Awards in 2000 including best picture, You want to see the most beautiful Thing I've ever filmed. Looking back two decades later, the film has not stood the test of time, and critics and audiences have mostly come to agree that the drama was overrated. I'm sure you got the wrong idea, at times unsettling and hard to watch and at other times undeniably pretentious. American beauty is far clumsier than it first got credit for, with even director Sam Mendez admitting in later interviews that he understood some of the backlash to the film in the years following its release. Sometimes I feel like I'm seeing it all at once, and it's too much. My heart fills up like a balloon that's about to burst and then I remember to relax and stop trying to hold onto it. Number five Flubber. Look, we love Robin Williams. That's ridiculous. I love you with all my heart, with every cell with every molecule. Adam, I love you On the subatomic level, This 1997 Disney remake was clearly meant to be a wacky comedic vehicle for the actor who was at the top of his Hollywood gained during the stretch of his career. Unfortunately, that hot streak did not translate to this scientific disaster of film. Even though we may not have noticed when we were kids, I know you didn't. I was just having a little fun. I'm here to sell you the flubber. The plot of Flubber is about as thin as could be, which would be okay if the movie were funny, which it isn't. Flubber amounts to dangling a shiny set of keys in front of a child except switch out the keys for ascension. Lot of green slime. Number four. The Boondocks Saints. You might have fond memories of the Boondocks saints, but let us ask you, when is the last time you actually sat down and watched it? The movie is so self serious, it soon becomes hard not to laugh. But all the actual jokes in the film seemed to fall flat. You guys do this every goddamn day, sort of like 7 11 We're not always doing business. The only redeeming quality of The Boondocks Saints is Willem Dafoe, who decided to push his performance to wild levels of comedic self awareness. They exited out the front door. They had no idea what they were in for. The action thriller often feels like it revels in its excessive violence and gore, but doesn't actually have anything to say beyond how cool it all is. For a few seconds, this place was Armageddon. That was a fire fight we'd be content with leaving this foam in the past. Number three Space Jam. Getting excited for the LeBron James led Space Jam sequel set for 2021 cameras? Well, not so fast. Looking back. If you strip away all the nostalgia behind Space Jam, the sports film feels more like cheap corporate brand synergy rather than a genuine and artist driven, live action animated movie with wooden acting from Michael Jordan, disappointing writing of the classic characters and lazy animation compared to the standards set by the original Looney Tunes. Oh, look out financially, Step, Doc. It's a really Lulu. But despite being pleasing enough on the surface to win over countless Children, film feels rushed and like a fraction of what it could have been. But who knows? Maybe LeBron James will be able to right the ship. This time around, I'm gonna take this opportunity to retire from the game. No, no, no. I'm gonna retire right now, and that's all there is to it. I'm gonna go out on top, undefeated and untied. That's the way it's gonna be. Number two. Avatar. Remember when everyone was talking about the technical and cinematic masterpiece that was James Cameron's avatar? The movie shattered so many box office records. It has to be good, right? Nope. Parker, You know, I used to think it was benign neglect, but now I see that you're intentionally screwing me, Grace. You know, I enjoy our little talks featuring a story that's already been told time and time again. Exhausting visual effects that overcrowd the screen rather than adding to the film and a general lack of anything to get excited about it's hard to believe this is the same epic SciFi everyone was pining for. The end of two thousand's relations with the Indigenous are only getting word that tends to happen when you use machine guns on them, right, With two Sequels having already been filmed as of the end of the 2000 ten's, it looks like we're in for more avatar in the 2020 is whether anyone's asking for it or not. When you okay, I'm not gonna lie to you guys without having rewatched it in many years. I would like to say that I think that man forever is a very important film. So maybe we're onto something here, anyway. Is number one an even bigger hot take than everything we've already seen on this list? Let's reminisce about some honorable or dishonorable mentions, and then we'll find out. Where's your Christmas spirit? That's better. That must be a terrible men around this somewhere. Good night. It's beautiful. Before we continue, be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them if you're on your phone. Make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one, Mortal Kombat, What have you done? I made a choice. This is our tournament, Remember? Mortal Kombat? We fight. It might be hard to believe this looking back. But when Mortal Kombat was released in theaters in 1995 the video game adaptation was relatively warmly received by both critics and fans. At least for a video game adaptation, we have to admit we have no idea what those people were thinking. This beauty mortar will be our Russian war, All right. Mortal Kombat is one of the standard bearers of bad video games, movies with an almost non existent plots, stringing together cheesy fighting sequences with disappointing choreography, horrendous line delivery and special effects that looked dated even by 1995 standards. It might be fun for fans of the classic fighting game to see these characters brought to life, but the Mortal Kombat franchise deserves better than this. Face your worst fear. I'm not afraid of my destiny facing. Do you agree with our picks? Let us know in the comments and hey, if you're a fan of the song playing right now. Be sure to check out the music video for it. Right here. Wait. I know it's been a while. I think I'm gonna smell in the air.