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  • don't you hate it when the hype Train builds to an anti climax Welcome, Tow watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 20 disappointing movies of the century so far for this list for looking at movies released from the year 2000 on word that promised us so much and delivered so little.

  • Well, not all of these movies they're downright awful, per se.

  • We definitely wouldn't say no to a full refund.

  • My sympathies.

  • Oh, I believe Sister Number 20 Quantum of Solace boned, I Need You Back.

  • I never left.

  • After the Pierce Brosnan era ended on such a humiliating note, the James Bond franchise came roaring back to life with Casino Royale with a grittier tone in Daniel Craig's darker poor Trail.

  • We were ready for a new golden age of double 07 While Quantum of Solace is by no means the worst Bond movie, it was a significant step backwards coming off such a game changer.

  • Whereas Casino Royale took chances around every corner, this sequel played it safe with nonstop action, a forgettable plot and little insight into the man behind the spy.

  • Thankfully, Skyfall got bond back on track, although the Siri's hit another rough patch with a mixed bag.

  • That was Specter hung, noticing a Star Trek like pattern with these movies, Number 19 The Mummy.

  • While not many people were pleading with Universal to develop a dark universe, the idea of seeing all the classic monsters joined forces definitely showed promise in what's gotta be a record, The mummy killed the cinematic universe right out of the sarcophagus.

  • Actually, this wasn't even Universal's first attempt at a shared universe of monsters as Dracula Untold was originally seen as a potential launching point.

  • The fact that Universal dropped the ball twice made the money all the more infuriating.

  • This movie started World Building without even deciding what it wanted to be.

  • Combining elements of the Avengers Mission Impossible and the Brendan Fraser Mummy movies, Universal turned in a muddled mess that tried pleasing everybody but satisfied nobody You shot right.

  • Number 18.

  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

  • The LX G brings together some of literature is most famous figures from Tom Sawyer to Captain Nemo, toe Henry Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

  • At the forefront is the O.

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  • James Bond.

  • Sean Connery as Alan Quartermaine throw in the director of Blade and you have a snooze fest.

  • Well, I was special.

  • You're invulnerable to home.

  • I don't like to boast.

  • Given the colorful cast of characters, not to mention the inventive source material by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neil, this movie should have had no trouble living up to its title.

  • There's nothing extraordinary about the steampunk adventure, however.

  • That is, unless we're talking about how extraordinarily dole it is.

  • We're not saying that this movie killed any careers, although Stephen Norrington hasn't directed anything since, and Connery did retire right after.

  • So yeah, this was kind of a career killer.

  • Stay back if you value your life.

  • Number 17 Jurassic Park three Jurassic Park was the highest grossing movie upon release and even decades later, it is still what many of us associate with the term blockbuster check you wrote us is.

  • All right now, Now, listen.

  • I will pay you the money, no matter what.

  • While the Lost World wasn't on the same level as its predecessor, it at least understood that a Jurassic Park movie is supposed to feel epic.

  • None of that gravitas is on display in Jurassic Park.

  • Three Everything from the uninspired title to the inexplicably brief run.

  • Time comes office, phoned in.

  • Special effects aren't especially special.

  • The plot feels like it was recycled from a B movie, and the dinosaurs lacked the dread that they once filled us with.

  • Well, that's what happens when you trade in a Tyrannosaurus rex for a spinosaurus.

  • Seriously, are you trying to be a downgrade?

  • Number 16?

  • The hangover.

  • Part two.

  • Seriously, What is wrong with you?

  • Three.

  • So much trace I don't even know where to begin.

  • Will admit that the hangover isn't exactly the easiest movie to make.

  • A sequel to the 2009 hit told a self contained story about three guys trying to piece together their wild night of drunken escapades.

  • Aside from where the chicken came from, everything is resolved by the end.

  • So what can you do beyond that?

  • Apparently nothing, because the hangover Part two was the exact same movie.

  • Save a change of scenery and substituting a monkey for the chicken.

  • It literally feels like the copy and paste in the first movie script changed a couple of words and called it a day on top of being unbelievably lazy.

  • The sequel is bizarrely mean spirited, with one character losing a finger.

  • Who wrote this thing?

  • Arthur Fleck, Number 15 Lady in the Water.

  • It may sound strange now, but there was a time when M.

  • Night Shyamalan was hailed as the new master of war.

  • While the endings to signs in the Village were polarizing Needs is still got excited whenever they heard the name Shawn alone.

  • Alas, Lady in the Water is where Shyamalan officially went off the deep end, forever changing the public's perception of him.

  • The film was apparently inspired by a bedtime story Shyamalan cooked up for his kids, but the script reads more like something you jot down on a bar napkin after having one too many precisely the moment where the mutation or beast will attempt to kill an unlikable side character.

  • This is the very definition of a vanity project, right down to shuttle on himself, playing a savior of sorts and a cynical film critic getting his comeuppance subtle.

  • Anything you know, I don't think I'm anything special.

  • Number 14 Aragon.

  • What's happening.

  • Bram was right.

  • The Time of the Dragon Riders This'll adaptation of Christopher Paolini's fantasy novel came out following Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy and the first few Harry Potter movies.

  • It really shows in the end product, which feels like 1/2 hearted attempt to cash in on the swords and sorcerers.

  • Trend Magic must be a last resort.

  • It has rules.

  • It has limitations.

  • There is nothing remotely unique about the film, from the stock characters to the generic setting to the formulaic plot.

  • Some critics may argue that the source material suffered from similar issues.

  • But one thing that Pelini's book got down that this movie didn't was the bond between Aragon and his dragon Supera.

  • That's what gave the story of beating heart, but their relationship is far too rushed, an exposition heavy year.

  • Thus this planned film franchise immediately went up in Smoke Number 13 Fantastic Beasts.

  • The Crimes of Grendel Bold.

  • You may not know who he is yet, but he needs to be found.

  • You might be the one to find.

  • The first Fantastic Beasts was a promising start to a new chapter in the wizarding world, but sadly, the crimes of Grendel bald sucked out much of the wonder and whimsy that made people fall in love with J.

  • K.

  • Rowling's original creation.

  • Rolling screenplay needlessly shoehorned in characters from the books without doing anything interesting with, um, this took away from screen time that could have been used to develop new to Tina and other principal characters.

  • The stories somehow managed to be both convoluted and uneventful, making the crimes of Grendel bald feel like a minor stepping stone in a franchise that fans aren't even sure they want anymore.

  • Plus, there were barely any fantastic beasts this time around.

  • Is this command out?

  • Do you sink?

  • Gambled will only for you.

  • Number 12.

  • The Dark Tower.

  • If the past decade proved anything, it's that the works of Stephen King are still ripe for Hollywood.

  • Who are you?

  • Do you, uh, I'm Jake Jake Chambers.

  • Since the Dark Tower, Siri's is largely seen as his crowning achievement.

  • It seemed like a good idea to bring the gun slinger and the man in black to the silver screen.

  • Rather than focusing on the page turning rivalry between those two, however, the film saw little Jake Chambers take center stage.

  • The results thus felt less like the dark tower and more like a last ditch effort to cash in on the dwindling young adult movie craze.

  • The film wasn't even a direct adaptation of Kings books, instead delivering a bland continuation that confused newcomers enraged fans and completely missed the point of its source.

  • Material Number 11 Zoo Lander to this long awaited sequel immediately got off on the wrong foot, revealing that Derek's wife is dead.

  • His son got taken away and his center for kids who can't read Good has been destroyed.

  • Maybe it's time to engage with the world again.

  • I think about it, man.

  • This could be a sign.

  • What if it's a stop sign, Billy?

  • Because that's what we wanted to see having a Derek after 15 years.

  • But, hey, the plant doesn't really matter in a zoo Lander movie.

  • Selander two's biggest crime is that it's virtually devoid of anything resembling comedy.

  • Right?

  • Who?

  • What happened to us?

  • Whereas the first film was stupid yet clever, this follow up wound up being just playing dumb and even lazy.

  • Not only where the celebrity cameos totally wasted, but a majority of the gangs were recycled.

  • Didn't anyone working on the film notice this?

  • It feels like we're taking crazy pills.

  • Number 10 Prometheus, with Ridley Scott returning to the director's chair.

  • Fans were ready for Prometheus to breathe new life into the alien franchise.

  • How far would you go to get what you came all this way for?

  • This prequel, admittedly wasn't without some stunning visuals, intriguing ideas and compelling performances, particularly from Noumea, a possum Michael Fassbender.

  • Instead of delving deeper into this universe is mythology, though the film just asked a ton of questions with few answers.

  • Did we mention the co creator of Lost Co wrote this?

  • We're not saying that this movie needed to explain everything, but the mysteries laid out here aren't exactly gripping, and in the end we don't really care what it all meant.

  • While not the franchises Darkest Hour, Prometheus was nonetheless a snooze fest, and the last thing we should be in an alien movie is board for us to go home.

  • Number nine, The Terminator, Sequels, Reboots and sequel boots.

  • If we had to single out one franchise that's led us down the most this past decade, it would have to be the Terminator coming off, too.

  • Near perfect movies.

  • Rise of the Machines was just a little too awkward and goofy.

  • Salvation had the opposite problem tearing out the franchises soul in favor of grainy action?

  • Well, couldn't That's why I don't trust you.

  • I'm the only hope you have.

  • Genesis attempted to wipe the slate clean, but it's somehow left the slate, even Messier than before.

  • Dark Fate was essentially an apology for the past three films, and while it tried much harder to please longtime fans, it was still too little, too late.

  • The happily ever after alternate ending to Terminator two might have been corny, but we gladly take it over four disappointing Sequels and counting number eight.

  • Green Lantern.

  • Deadpool isn't the only one who would love to expunge this movie from Ryan Reynolds.

  • Resume your impertinent Hal Jordan.

  • You're rash, volatile, opinionated it seems.

  • I've been so I found another just like himself.

  • Four decades Green Lantern was one of the most beloved and respected heroes in the D.

  • C pantheon.

  • After this lackluster adaptation landed, though, Green Lantern started to become the butt of the joke, and it's gonna take an incredible reboot to restore his former glory.

  • Until then, we're stuck with an uninspired origin story that falls back on every overused superhero trope and packs in so much c g I that it could be mistaken for a cartoon.

  • We're just glad that Reynolds went on to make much better superhero movies, and so did his costar Taeko A.

  • TT.

  • You forgot he was in this, too, didn't you?

  • No.

  • Green Wow, right Number seven.

  • The Hobbit franchise.

  • Given the success of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, it was only a matter of time until The Hobbit hit theaters.

  • Fans were given cause for concern when news broke that this relatively short Children's book was being turned into a two movie epic, which inevitably became a three movie epic.

  • If we have read these signs, do you not think others will have read them, too?

  • Although The Hobbit trilogy had a theatrical run time of almost eight hours, we didn't get to know anybody very well.

  • The dwarves were mostly glorified extras.

  • The new characters contributed little, and even Bilbo got lost in the shuffle.

  • If you edited the trilogy's best fits into a single film, we'd have a worthy successor to the Lord of the Rings as is, though, getting through this drawn out journey could feel like a chore, not scum is in there sure that's what he wants.

  • He wants to draw us in Number six.

  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull between George Lucas's Star Wars prequels and Steven Spielberg giving 80 and unnecessary c G I make over the writing was truly on the wall for this fourth Indiana Jones crusade.

  • Nevertheless, we all went into the theater wearing optimistic smiles, but left with our faces melted.

  • We're all familiar with the laundry list of criticisms for this movie.

  • The inconceivable presence of Aliens, the over reliance on CG I, the complete disregard for the laws of refrigerator physics.

  • Shyla buff playing Shyla buff playing in the Sun, etcetera.

  • What's worse, the film was coming off a universally beloved trilogy that many felt ended on just the right note almost two decades earlier.

  • Whatever adventures lie on the horizon for Dr Jones, it's hard to imagine a bigger letdown than this.

  • Number five.

  • The Last Airbender.

  • On the one hand, anyone who is looking forward to the last Airbender should have known they were setting themselves up for disappointment.

  • Okay, everybody could help us now.

  • As wonderful as the animated series is, he can't condense an entire season's worth of storylines into a feature film and expect the same results.

  • On the other hand, it was a live action version of Avatar at the bare minimum.

  • This adaptation should have offered some inventive action sequences, inspired casting choices and fun recreations of love scenes with The Night Shyamalan helming the project.

  • However, the action was sluggish, the casting was mystifying, and the best moments from the show were robbed of their humanity.

  • Whatever the In Development live action Netflix series has in store for us, at least nothing will ever be worse than this.

  • What?

  • He had a vision at the Southern Air Temple prayer field.

  • He talked to a dragon spirit who he thinks can help us.

  • He thinks if he goes to another spiritual place, he can get back to the spirit world.

  • I don't think that's a good idea.

  • Number four X Men.

  • The Last Stand.

  • Come on, grow those back.

  • Sure, X Men origins was more insulting, but we were prepared for the worst by that point.

  • The last stand, on the other hand, was the follow up to two of the century's most influential superhero movies.

  • This third installment is far more bombastic than its predecessors, which would be all right if it had strong character development and a focus narrative to back it up.

  • Unfortunately, the film packs in far too many characters, some of which primarily exists just to be unceremoniously act.

  • And the story is all over the place.

  • Oh, you're making me reading my thoughts.

  • What should have been an epic conclusion to the initial trilogy instead ended with a face palm.

  • After such a colossal disappointment, at least Hollywood would never make the same mistakes in another superhero movie.

  • Right Number three.

  • Spider Man three.

  • My God, Eddie, My Spider Sense is tingling.

  • Go if you know what I'm talking about.

  • It's funny.

  • Slash, infuriating How Sam Raimi Spiderman Trilogy followed the same trajectory is the X Men trilogy, the first to set a new standard for superhero movies and their impact to still felt today.

  • The scars that the third movie left behind remain intact as well.

  • Like many other modern blockbusters, Spider Man three was so focused on fan service that it never stopped to consider what fans truly want a coherent story.

  • The film shoehorned in a plethora of villains supporting players and ideas that could never be fleshed out in just one movie while the Spiderman franchise would live on.

  • This film demolished our faith in Sony as well as our interest in this particular continuity, and all it took was one M O haircut.

  • So number two, The Matrix Revolutions.

  • While The Matrix Reloaded had its issues, we were willing to let those shortcoming slide as long as revolutions provided landing.

  • You got yourself in here.

  • This'll Grand finale didn't just fly too close to the sun, however.

  • It flew directly into the sun and caused the lights to go out, submerging the franchise into nearly two decades of perpetual darkness.

  • Perhaps the most disappointing aspect of this Matrix sequel is that it doesn't delve much deeper into the actual Matrix.

  • Instead, we get to watch neo hanging out at a subway, people standing around talking and a climax that rips off everything from aliens to Dragonball C.

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  • Builds to a hokey storybook ending, complete with a rainbow that needs to be read, conned in matrix for well, we have seen weekend.

  • You sound like a broken record, but the Dark tower was a travesty, and it's only number 12 on this list.

  • You imagine how disappointing our number one is gonna be.

  • Let's look through some honorable or dishonorable mentions and then we'll find out which 21st century movie has bummed us out the most So far.

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