2022 has been a great year for movies. We’ve seen some amazing films come into theaters, and there are many more great ones to come. Movie lovers have been blessed with films such as Everything Everywhere All at Once, Top Gun: Maverick, Spiderhead, Elvis, and so many more.

There have also been some less interesting movies, to say the least. Many movies this year, whether they’ve been released on streaming services or in theaters (maybe even twice), have absolutely tanked. Sometimes these movies are fun to watch because of how awful they are, but other times, viewers leave the theater or couch angry that they wasted their money and/or time.

Luckily, there’s a way to win some money back on those movies: The Golden Raspberry Awards. If you had a least favorite movie this year, put some money down by betting on the Golden Raspberry Award, otherwise known as the “Worst Movie of the Year Award”. There are some greatly terrible films on the ballot, so put your critic skills to the test by betting on these movies:

365 Days: This Day

No one really thought the first 365 Days was all that great, so it’s a wonder that the directors thought it would be a good idea to release a second movie. The premise itself is pretty awful, including a mafia kidnapping, a boat, and some interesting Stockholm Syndrome intimacy. If you thought 50 Shades of Grey was bad, you’d absolutely hate this movie.

And that’s why it’s currently predicted to win the Golden Raspberry Award for “Worst Film”, with odds 7-4. No one would be surprised if it won, at least not the few who have actually watched it all the way through.

Morbius

Oh, Morbius. It could’ve gone well, if they replaced a few of the leads, rewrote the script, and rearranged the plot quite a bit. However, they didn’t. What they did do was release it into theaters, where it ultimately failed. And then released it again. And let it fail, again. It’s quite surprising that this isn’t predicted to win.

It’s next in line, though, with odds 7-2. Jared Leto has played some great roles in the past, but this one was just not it. Maybe if they release it a third time…

Love, Sex, and Pandemic

We all lived through the pandemic. We all hated living through the pandemic. Unless a piece of media is perfectly and artfully created using the premise of the pandemic, we don’t want it. We’re tired of hearing about it because it’s all we’ve been hearing about. That’s why Love, Sex, and Pandemic is third in line for “Worst Movie of the Year”.

Its odds are 8-1 to win, and although it’s an awful movie, not enough people actually watched it for it to win the award. It has 1 star on IMDb, and that’s probably all you need to know.

Writer’s Pick

Although I hate movies romanticizing the literal kidnapping and trafficking of women, I’ll have to go with Morbius to win the “Worst Movie of the Year” award. Way too many people posted about their hate for this movie on social media for it not to win.

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