Furry Vengeance falls under the family comedy genre. The only person in any family that might find this movie funny is the uncle that still uses his noisy farts as a source for laughs. The first sign of this movie’s inevitable failure was the decision to cast Brendan Fraser in the leading role. While they most likely went after Jerry O’Connell as well, Fraser has been in his fair share of flops – Dudley Do-Right, George of the Jungle – but Furry Vengeance is the worst one yet.
Summit Entertainment continues to “impress” audiences by providing poor entertainment every year. Aside from The Twilight Saga, the studio has not made a movie that grossed over $100 million. It doesn’t help when they continue to produce movies like Furry Vengeance, which almost feels like a slap in the face to anybody else who works hard to make a feature film. More importantly, it seems like the minds behind Furry Vengeance have some kind of vendetta against quality cinema.
It’s hard to believe the hundreds of hands that helped develop Furry Vengenace had nothing better to do than make the worst movie of the year. Is it possible they knew it was a flop and just thought it would be funny to see how bad it could get? I have yet to encounter a single person who enjoyed the movie at all, which is grounds for the number one spot on our list of the worst movies of 2010.
The ten worst films of the year are about as entertaining as a dying palm tree. Some of them are so frustratingly bad, it takes a 24-hour Best Picture marathon to wash the memory out of your mind. But every year brings us bad movies – and 2010 was no different.
What movies do you think were the worst of 2010?
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