Well, at least no one has to sit through any more of these things... until they reunite or reboot in 10 years. And even those soulless remake/sequels would be better movies than this Fifty Shades Freed garbage. Anyway... here are its sins.
Everything Wrong With Ratatouille In 15 Minutes Or Less
With the impending release of The Incredibles 2, we decided it was finally time to go looking for sins in the last Brad Bird Pixar film, Ratatouille. It's about a rat chef, but it's also really excellent, but also full of sins.
Logan was a pretty excellent movie. But since we take our "no movie is without sin" motto to heart... we did our thing with Logan despite it's awesomeness. Still found sins, like we usually do.
Everything Wrong With Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox
With Wonder Woman coming soon from the DCCU, we went looking for some sort of tie in, and ended up Googling "best animated Justice League movie" and got Flashpoint Paradox as our resounding answer. I'd never heard of it, but whatever, sins are sins, and guess what? This movie has some!!!
Everything Wrong With Split In 16 Minutes Or Less
Split! The movie that put M. Knight back on the map! I guess. I mean... I don't know... I watched it and thought it was just okay, and the connection to another film felt forced and saccarine. But what do I know? I'm just an Internet asshole, so...
Everything Wrong With Pirates Of The Caribbean: Stranger Tides
There's a new Pirates movie, whether you wanted it or not. So we went back to the last one looking for sins. Here's what we found wrong with Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
Everything Wrong With Aliens In 15 Minutes Or Less
With Alien: Covenant hitting U.S. theaters soon, we thought we'd go back to the franchise and look for sins in the infamous sequel, Aliens. Guess what? We found some!!
Everything Wrong With Battle: Los Angeles In 18 Minutes Or Less
Battle: L.A. had a fantastic trailer!!! And that's about the nicest thing I can say about it. Also... here are its sins...
Everything Wrong With King Arthur (2004) In 17 Minutes Or Less
Well, with a new King Arthur live-action movie adaptation approaching (sigh) we figured we'd go back to the most recent one and look for sins. And boy did we find some. Holy mother of god did we find some.
Everything Wrong With Assassin's Creed In 13 Minutes Or Less
Assassin's Creed may have satisfied some fans of the video game, but the rest of us... not so much. This movie sets the record for "amazing actors slumming."
Everything Wrong With Passengers In 16 Minutes Or Less
Passengers has a wonderful premise, a f*cked up middle, and a batsh*t insane finale. So, of course it has sins. Duh.