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Couldn't decide which of these two to include or not include so let's go with both. Truth be told, I didn't hate these two films: Spy was a passable comedy, Furious 7 was amusingly over-the-top. Problem is, Spy is instantly forgettable and felt forced more than it didn't and Furious 7 was way dumber than it probably should have been not too mention about an hour too long and inferior to most of its predecessors. Decent send-off to Paul Walker at the end, though.
THE WEDDING RINGER
Critics may have rushed to crap on The Ridiculous Six but, don't be fooled, that movie was at least watchable (if far too long). Pixels, however, is a real mess and, once again, everyone involved deserved better. Yes the special effects are kinda cool and it's good to see retro gaming characters on the big screen but you just end up wishing they had been used in something good instead. Plus Sandler doesn't even try in this, which is just sad.
Really wanted to like this one. After all, the National Lampoon's Vacation movies (with the exception of the Europe-themed one) are favourites of mine. Unfortunately, this movie just did not capture the spirit of the originals, instead piling on the awful dick jokes from the get-go, struggling with a mostly not funny script and making us wait over an hour for a Chevy Chase cameo which was better than the rest of the film. He and Ed Helms bring the only few chuckles.
PAY THE GHOST
Also (dis)honourable mention to Disney flop Tomorrowland which wasn't very good but not quite bad enough to make the list. After all, it did have some creepy child robots, a magic bathtub and an Eiffel Tower rocket and those are all entertaining, if super silly, things.