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The Worst Movies of 2013 Review Themselves

20 December 2013 9:55 AM, PST

Via MTV News — Everyone loves reading critics' takedowns of movies, so much so that Roger Ebert even put out a book called "Your Movie Sucks."

But you probably didn't realize that the harshest movie critics are the movies themselves.

We've put together a supercut showing that this year's movies seemed to have a bit of a self-esteem problem. Wondering what the makers of"After Earth" thought of their film? You'll see star Jaden Smith proclaim "That sucked," while his father Will tells him "That is correct." Want to explain the failure of "The Internship?" John Goodman can help you out by looking straight at Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and telling them "You two are dinosaurs, face it." How does Halle Berry feel about being in "The Call"? Well, as she says, "Sometimes we all get into situations that sometimes get out of our control."

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- MTV Staff

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This 'The Fault in Our Stars' Poster Is Already Damp With Our Tears

18 December 2013 9:50 AM, PST

Via MTV News — "The Fault In Our Stars" isn't out until next summer (summer, what's that?) but we're already weeping into our cuffs after seeing the movie's official poster. The tagline? "One Sick Love Story." And... we're going to need a moment.

The poster for the flick, part of the Ya-book-to-movie craze, surfaced Wednesday (December 18) via Buzzfeed, and it features stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort (both also slated to appear in Ya adaptation "Divergent") lying face to face, Woodley sporting a breathing tube.

In the film, Woodley plays Hazel Grace, a teen cancer patient who falls in love in a Cancer Kid Support Group.

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