"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)
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Transformers: The Last Knight. If pictures speak louder than words, then Shia LaBeouf is practically screaming while re-watching his three Transformers films during his 2015 career-encompassing piece of performance art, #ALLMYMOVIES. As photos illustrated at the time, the actor grew visibly distraught while the trilogy-capping Transformers: Dark of the Moon unspooled onscreen, even getting up and leaving the theater for an hour after it concluded.
The Kids’ Choice Awards was home to a kid-centered (if not exactly kid-friendly) clip from Transformers: The Last Knight.
The Super Bowl is the biggest game of the year, so it makes sense that a film that is all about spectacle is part of it. “You want to know don’t you, why they keep coming here, to Earth,” says Hopkins’ character, Sir Edmund Burton. After the ad airs during Sunday’s Super Bowl, an extended, 50-second spot will be posted online.
Fifth film in franchise, set for summer 2017, is the second big U.S. studio film to set up production in previously off-limits locale