Time Magazine must have thing against science-fiction and space operas.
That would explain why both Cloud Atlas and John Carter top its list of the Worst Films of 2012.
While I will contend that Cloud Atlas was a very divisive film (and one that I dug because of its ambition), it was far from being labeled the worst of the year. Hell, even John Carter, which has been lamented as one of the biggest box office turkeys of recent memory, wasn’t as bad as critics made it out to be. The fact that a majority were talking about the film’s astronomical budget as opposed to reviewing the material is a telling sign.
Anyway, here is the list of Time Magazine’s worst with review links from members of the Inside Pulse Movies staff.
10. One For The Money (Scott Sawitz’s review)
9. The Odd Life Of Timothy Green
8. What To Expect When You’re Expecting
7. Alex Cross (Robert Saucedo’s review)
6. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
5. This Means War (Travis Leamons’ review)
4. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Jenny Rebekah’s review)
3. Hyde Park On Hudson
2. John Carter (Scott Sawitz’s review)
1. Cloud Atlas (Travis Leamons’ review)
Tags: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, alex cross, Cloud Atlas, Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, John Carter, One for the Money, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, This Means War, What to Expect When You're Expecting