Don’t Facepalm Too Hard When You Find Out What It Is
A LOT of movies came out in 2015. We would like you to take a moment to ponder just how many movies that is. Did you do that for us? If so, you have our sincere thanks.
Now, it takes quite a lot for a movie to stand out amid so many competitors, but some movies make the cut. One might ask how a movie as poorly reviewed as Attack on Titan would make it on that list. Well…
Amid an audience that is already condescending of Live-Action adaptations, one movie in recent history stands out – fans and moviegoers in Japan and around the world considered the Live-Action Attack on Titan movie to be exceptionally bad.
And now it has gained even more infamy. Apparently, it has won an “award” for being the most disappointing movie of all of 2015. Congratulations!
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Even the urging of creator Hajime Isayama couldn’t keep director Shinji Higuchi‘s live-action Attack on Titan film out of a recent “most disappointing movie” poll.
HiHo magazine’s March issue published its “2015 Fiscal Year Stinker Awards” listing the year’s top 10 most disappointing films. In first place is the the first live-action Attack on Titanfilm, that was lambasted by some 140 Japanese critics during its run.
The Attack on Titan: End of the World film also made the list at #3.
- Attack on Titan
- Terminator Genisys
- Attack on Titan: End of the World
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Fantastic Four
- Whiplash (titled Session in Japan) [tied for #8]
- Tomorrowland [tied for #8]
- Jurassic World
Source: Anime News Network
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