"Transformers: The Last Knight" earns the dubious honor of having the most nominations, followed by "Fifty Shades Darker."
As our list of the 50 best movies of 2017 attests, the year offered a truly outstanding selection of films. But clunkers are inevitable, and the past 12 months served up plenty — from franchise nonstarters (The Mummy, Baywatch) to painful cautionary tales against whitewashing (Ghost in the Shell, The Great Wall) to disastrous dramas from acclaimed filmmakers (The Snowman, The Book of Henry). Click through to see our picks for this year’s worst of the worst.
At the halfway mark of the year, we pick the nine worst movies we saw in theaters (and one streaming exclusively on Netflix, courtesy of Adam Sandler)
After a strong start to 2017, thanks to the success of films both big (Beauty and the Beast, Fifty Shades Darker) and small (Get Out, Split), this summer has been fairly stagnant for Hollywood.