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Poll: The 10 Worst Films of 2018 According to eCartelera

"Lack of vision and bad creative decisions don't discriminate any genre." That's one of the conclusions made by the staff of Spanish film site eCartelera in their annual selection of the year's bottom 10 in movies. Which of these films do you think was most deserving of its place in this hall of shame? Discuss this poll here

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    Fifty Shades Freed (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #1 "No script, no characters, nothing, just a pile of unstructured scenes starring actors who remind you in every single shot how little they want to be there. The only good thing about this film is that it has finally freed us from this saga."
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    A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #2 "What were you thinking, Disney? (...) From its incoherent story to its strange changes of tone, to Ava DuVernay's clumsy direction, this one makes no sense."
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    Slender Man (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #3 "A rehash of horror references that falls into the most overused clichés and throws the film into ridicule."
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    I Feel Pretty (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #4 "Despite the good intentions and the presence of Michelle Williams, the movie wasted its potential in a predictable, unfunny script, and its lead's dramatic talent was conspicuous by its absence."
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    Empowered (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #5 "Shallow, predictable, absurd and totally unfunny. But that's not the worst; it's that it tries to play the feminist card only to fall back onto the most stale gender clichés. Not even the ever-adaptable Maribel Verdú can save the show."
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    The Nun (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #6 "[The Conjuring's] latest spin-off arrived surrounded by great expectation and became the biggest box-office premiere in the franchise, but the interest soon turned into disappointment when we saw what it was: a horror film that didn't cause fear, but boredom and apathy, with trite scares, a half-baked story and stupid characters. That is to say, a missed opportunity."
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    Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #7 "Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) caused from disinterest to rejection in the audience, who still had the divisive Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017) too fresh in their minds and couldn't accept any actor other than Harrison Ford in the iconic role. (...) The film is generic, lacking in risk, and above all else, unnecessary."
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    Venom (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #8 "Although the movie fulfills its purpose as light entertainment, its many flaws can't be overlooked: a basic, hole-plagued script, really abrupt changes in pace and tone, and a mostly apathetic cast, with the exception of Tom Hardy, who gives his all to salvage the film."
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    The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #9 "The movie was mediocre, confusing and too reminiscent of sci-fi classics such as Solaris (1972) or Alien (1979), but not holding a candle up to either of them."
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    The Predator (2018)

    eCartelera rank: #10 "The plot made no sense, the characters overshadowed the Predator (for all the wrong reasons) and the comedy Shane Black injected into the saga wasn't well received by viewers. Maybe it's time to throw in the towel."

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