Published On: Wed, Dec 24th, 2014

‘Ninja Turtles’ beats out ‘Transformers’ on Rifftrax ‘Worst’ movie list of 2014

At RiffTrax, and formerly at MST3K, we sure know a thing or two about bad movies. In fact, we’ve spent the last eight years building up an awesome catalog of bad movies, educational shorts, and commentaries for modern-day blockbusters – so we know a thing or two about what it takes for a recently-released film to get into those coveted “Worst of the Year” lists.

Made funny by RiffTrax logoWe’re also looking back at one of our fondest decades for cinema – vote in our Worst Movies of the 90s poll!

So here we are yet again at the end of a year that saw a few great films, but also saw a lot of not-so-great ones. We’ve tallied up the hundreds of thousands of votes cast by RiffTrax fans, and we’re pleased to be able to finally present you with our list of the Worst Movies of the year!

The list includes: 300: Rise of an Empire, Noah, Sex Tape and Ouija in the bottom part of the Top Ten with Amazing Spider-Man 2 coming in at number six.

“A thrilling summer popcorn flick that critics have described as “performing satisfactorily in overseas markets” and “providing an adequate return on investment firms’ money.” This year, the catchphrase on everyone’s lips was “Huh…Guess they made another one…” when they saw that boxes of Frosted Flakes came with a free Spider-Man yo-yo.”

The Nic Cage Left Behind film kicked off the Worst Five, followed by A Million Way to Die in the West and Dumb and Dumber To.

Mark Wahlberg Transformers Age of Extinction photoTransformers: Age of Extinction was the runner-up: “If you’d like the experience of seeing this movie but prefer not to give any portion of your income to Michael Bay, just have a screaming lunatic beat you into unconsciousness with small engine parts….(Accidentally bought the first three Transformers movies, but don’t feel like sitting through them again? Give them the RiffTrax treatment!)”

At number one: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

“Finally, advances in CGI technology and film wizardry are able to create a Megan Fox so lifelike you’d swear she was actually human.”

Check out the full list, read the commentary and get Rifftrax stuff: HERE

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