From Trolls to Transformers: Toy Movies-Ranking! | film

Bratz: The Movie (2007)

For inexperienced people, the Bratz dolls are Barbie dolls without intellectual retardation. So Bratz: The movie is what Mean Girls did if everyone impressed his will. A terrible, miserable and cynical film that would have exploded if it contained one original idea.

19.My Little Pony: The Movie (1986)

My Little Pony: The Movie takes a wave of animated toy movies in the mid-80's to not be confused with a 2017 movie of the same name or a myriad of straight video sequences. In this film, ponies are forced to tie together to save the land from the perceptual purple muzzle with the song Nothing Can Stop the Smooze.





Jeremy Irons in Dungeons & Dragons.



Jeremy Irons in Dungeons & Dragons. Photo: Cinema / Rex / Shutter Stock

18. Dungeons and Dragons (2000)

Again, not to be confused with the animated TV series, this reorganization liked one of those who played Jimmy Olsen in the new adventures of Thora Birch, Jeremy Irons, and Superman. According to a reader poll of Empire magazine 10 years ago, the worst 39th movie in history did not improve even with age.

Digimon: The Movie (2000)

I'm partly on the list because it's loose and horrible based on the tamagochi competitor. While paying little attention to tonality, conspiracy or continuity, he was released to fashion. To make matters worse, the soundtrack includes songs by Barenaked Ladies.

16. GI Joe: The Injury of Cobra (2009)

Slimy GI with a creaky moss that does not change the genitals and gaze: Cobra's appearance as an already forgotten movie. Channing Tatum was in it, Joseph Gordon Levitt was in it, and Sienna Miller was in it, but he couldn't scratch anything memorable.

15. Battleship (2012)

The dull board game in the world becomes the most pointless film in the world. There were no aliens in this game. Ryan was not there. There was no ship that insulted the laws of physics by doing handbrake rotation in the middle of the sea. But the movie did. Oh boy, the movie did.





Rainbow Bright and Star Stiller.



Rainbow Bright and Star Stiller. Photo: Alamy

14. Rainbow Bright and Star Stiller (1985)

Rainbow Brite is a colorfully dressed yellow haired doll. But for some reason she is also the owner of one of the most complex myths of toy history. She is a girl named Wisp who finds original magic spheres and gives color to the gray world. There are magic belts and some color children, and they all play different colors or something. There is a horse and a robot horse. And this movie is never worth seeing.

13. The Pound Puppy and the Legend of Big Four (1988)

The pound puppy is a toy that looks like a dog, but it was enough to warrant a movie in the toy movie boom of the 1980s. The legend of Pound Puppies and Big Paw is run by a Berserker home that children in 1988 want to see a bunch of cartoon dogs performing a 30-year-old rock and roll standard pastry. It's the theater's lowest toy-based film.

12. Trash Can Children (1985)

Where do you start? Cabbage Patch Kids, an unintended scary doll with a huge face, first appeared. And then came Garbage Pail Kids, a bullshit, dirty trading card line that mocked cabbage patch kids such as Junkfood John and Intense Payne. Then came The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, Gremlins' imitation of a doll that seems to belong to the last scene of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Rated 0{7be40b84a6a43fc4fae13304fce9a2695859798abfc41afd127b9f8b21c5f9c5} at Rotten Tomatoes. It's also the third movie rented by VHS.

11.Troll (2016)

Is a troll toy too? Isn't it a pencil topper or ornament designed for the killer to collect? In any case, they produced a troll movie and doubled as a jukebox musical for a song worth far more than ending up with an unforgettable annoying Justin Timberlake vehicle. Even my four year old child hates this for the love of God and is four years old.

10. Transformer (2007)

I know your thoughts: “But the transformer is terrible. All Transformers movies have been messed up for a long time, with wet myths, impeccable battle sequences and scenes behind the scenes that make the camera uncomfortable for young women. The Transformers series is completely and unforgivable without any advantage. Why the hell is it the tenth time? ”My answer is this. I agree but please relax me. I'm dying here





GI Joe's Bruce Willis: Retaliation.



GI Joe's Bruce Willis: Retaliation. Photo: Jaimie Trueblood

9.GI Joe: Retaliation (2013)

GI Joe: Did you think that Rise of Cobra is unforgettable? What they guess – they made a sequel, and it was more unforgettable. GI Joe: Do you remember retaliation? Do you remember that London was completely level? Do you remember that Bruce Willis actually played General Colton, who was the first GI Joe figure in the sixties? Do you remember the starring was a fucking rock? No, me too

8. Gems and Holograms (2015)

Jem is a band singer. Her best friend is a "hologram computer" called Synergy. This is the premise of the 1980s for toys. Of course, it was perfect that it did not turn into a movie until 2015. The resulting film was the worst opening of this year and the worst opening of the released film. Main studio. Universal was taken from the screen two weeks later, and the director claimed he was threatened with death. So why did it end at number eight? As I said, all movies are terrible. I can't repeat it enough.

7. Care Bears: The Movie (1985)

You will probably blame Care Bears for the nightmares of toys based on this movie. The Care Bears Movie about bears who live on the clouds and make the bears happy, earned more than 16 times the original song composed by Carole King. And what do you know? Very good sue





Lego Batman Movie – The best Batman movie for a long time.



Lego Batman Movie – The best Batman movie for a long time. Photo: Allstar

6. Lego Batman Movie (2017)

Lego Batman was a breakout star in the LEGO movie, thanks to a fun way to announce that he was a depressed orphan. He was spun off as a result, and although he did not reach the height of The Lego Movie, it was still the best Batman movie for about 10 years.

5. Clues (1985)

Board games tend not to translate well to big screens (see battleships), but clues have been able to stop the trend. Clue took Cluedo and turned it into an expensive piece, as people like Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn and Lesley Ann Warren pulled it up for everything worthwhile. The film has three endings, each proclaiming a different murderer. If you saw it in the movie, the ending was chosen randomly. If you watch now, you will watch all three in a row, and if you are on TV in 1992, you are a very confused and helpless child.





Frank Langella… Skelter's Hell.



Frank Langella… Skelter's Hell. Photos: Sportsphoto Ltd / Allstar

4. Master of the Universe (1987)

Of course, there is a flaw. Of course, it takes the funniest intergalactic action of the cartoons, transplanting America in the bleak old days of the mid-80s. Of course, Orko invented the abomination called Gwildor because it was difficult to display the screen properly. And the plot rotates too much around the synthesizer. And it includes the most common James Tolkan roles devoted to screens. But what do you know? Frank Langella was one of the skeletal hells. I will die on this hill

3. LEGO Movies (2014)

When first released, the LEGO film looked like pure craving. Lego Movie is an amazing fact that I found to be an amazing tool for toys. It will show a tactile animation and eat a hat. And apathetic criticism of the biggest fans of toys. What if Ferrell's Lord Business is not an uneasy, excessive and orderly LEGO fanatic? The film could be No 1, and all the sequels and spin-offs did not dilute the punch appeal.





Transformers-less scary



Transformers-less scary Photos: Hasbro / Marvel / Kobal

2. Transformers: Movies (1986)

I know what you're thinking, “But you didn't have a transformer already?” And yes, it was, but only Michael Bay live action horror show. An animated transformer movie is a masterpiece by comparison. This is a movie with an incredibly kid-friendly soundtrack. Orson Welles is a movie in which a robot can be transformed into a planet. Spoiler Alert – The movie where the Optimus Prime was killed in the first act. Did anyone think of selling toys?

First Mars Attack! trailer

1. Mars Attack! (1996)

Mars Attacks, a trading card series from 1962! Tim Burton is his most stupid man. The gloomy mood of Edward Scissorhands is gone. The descent to Disney Yesman still came. And here in the middle is a stupid goofy pasta about what the buttons feel like pastry any day. It was a movie that received his worst reviews at the time, but what you are seeing now is seeing a sense of aggressive mischief that you often do not witness. Tom Jones screams "Jesus Christ!" On Mars. Honestly, what do people want more?

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