As you know if you are a regular reader, it is rare for me to really truly hate a film. I will always find some redeeming feature, discuss the themes and treat it seriously, make you want to watch it. I don’t like all films equally, but I do generally like all films. Except for the very very rare film which I absolutely HATE and the main purpose of my review is to try to destroy it with my hatred. Which, possibly, might be a style of writing you enjoy. In which case, this post is for you, to make it easy to find the 1 in 50 film I actually wrote a bad review of.
Obviously, you don’t have to agree with me or hate these movies the same way I do, or at all. I just wanted to pull together all my “mean” reviews into one place for your reading pleasure, if you like that style of review. These aren’t, by any means, the most objectively “bad” movies I have reviewed, just the ones that I really really hated.
Aiyaary Review (SPOILERS): Wait, So That Was 4 Days/3 Hours To Get Us Back Where We Started?
Bajirao Mastani Synopsis from someone who hated it (Spoilers): Part 1
Bajirao Synopsis/hate-watch Part 2 (Spoilers spoilers, everywhere!)
Bajirao-Final Part! Ending! Synopsis over, all the hatred is out of my system, and I found some things I actually liked! (Part 3)
Devdas Part 4: The Bhansali One! The Shahrukh One! The One Everyone Knows!
Force 2, a Mini-Review/Summary (SPOILERS): John Abraham Was Good, But Nothing Else Was
Jagga Jasoos Review (SPOILERS): Insults the Intelligence of Children and Adults
Ki & Ka Full Summary: It Felt Like A Series of Sitcom Episodes (SPOILERS!)
Noor Review (SPOILERS): Fails in the Most Important Character, the City of Bombay
Monday Malayalam: Ivar Vivahitharayal…?, They Try To Save It At the End, But It Still Doesn’t Work
Veruthe Oru Bharya: ENRAGING!!!
Rangoon Review (SPOILERS): Every Five Minutes is Another “OH COME ON!!!” Moment
Toilet Ek Prem Katha Review (SPOILERS): Ignores the Obvious Villain
Tubelight Review (SPOILERS): Read This Instead of Seeing the Movie
Monday Malayalam: Zachariayude Garbhinikal, Misogyny is Alive and Well in God’s Own Country
Thursday Telugu: Bharat Ane Nenu (SPOILERS), Has No One Involved Read the Indian Constitution?