5 Worst Films of 2013

While 2013 had its great films, there were also the films that made me want to pull my own eyes out. 

These were the films that left me wondering; why were they made? How did they get funds to make them? And who would be stupid enough to make such garbage?

Well let me tell you, the culprits are about to be named and shamed. Without wasting anymore time, here are my 5 worst films of 2013.


A comedy vehicle for Vince Vaughan and Owen Wilson to try and prove to us that they are still funny ends up being not really funny at all. The pair work together for the first time since Wedding Crashers, which is by far a superior comedy, snoozing their way through a bunch of lame jokes and a truly awful script. 

Google is meant to be a fun place to work but I imagine that would not be the case if these two were hanging around.


Dwayne Johnson stepped in and saved the Fast & Furious franchise when it started to become a bit stale. The trick could not be repeated when it came to G.I. Joe: Retaliation

Following on from the super-silly 2009 film, Retaliation is a super-silly sequel that flexes its muscles while leaving its brains on the cutting-room floor. This film also features a rather embarrassing performance from Bruce Willis but more on him later.


If you were not a fan of Die Hard 4, my advice would be to stay well away from the latest entry in the franchise. The fourth was lazy but this was just inexcusable. I got bored very quickly in a Die Hard movie. I mean, that just is not meant to happen!

Bruce Willis continues his downward spiral of a career with a performance that screams, 'I'm only here for the money'. Looking bored and coming out with the most embarrassing quips, Willis will have you rooting for the bad guys. Don't even get me started on Jai Courtney either.

So come on Bruce, when are you going to wake up from this coma and give us another kick-ass action film?


Why Adam Sandler is allowed to keep farting out films is beyond me. Let's be honest that is all this is, a fart. Not a silent one but a loud and inappropriate one that makes everyone want to leave the room!

Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade and Kevin James return to prove once again that a comedy based on a group of grown men who act like a bunch of kids is not remotely funny at all. 

Maria Bello, Salma Hayek and Maya Rudolph will be wondering why on Earth they signed on to do a sequel and waste their talent. They end up just being the butt of sexist jokes and stereotypes.

Not one person from the first films leaves with their head held high. Apart from Rob Schneider, who pulled out of the film for scheduling conflicts. Wow I can't believe I actually just said something positive about Rob Schneider.

1) MOVIE 43 

The idea was that biggest stars in Hollywood came together in a series of sketches to make the funniest comedy ever made. The reality, however, was the biggest stars in Hollywood came together to make one of the least funny comedies ever made and embarrass themselves in the process, which is clearly visible throughout.  

Stars such as Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet and Richard Gere lower themselves to the level of comedy that you come to expect from the likes of co-stars Johnny Knoxville and Seann William Scott.

That's right ladies and gentleman, Hugh Jackman appears in a sketch with Kate Winslet and has a pair of testicles hanging from his neck. It says something when this sketch is neither the worst in terms of both quality and taste.

I never thought a film could actually be worse than Grown Ups 2 last year.


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