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  • Who in her welcome to watch module dot com And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Worst editing in movies.

  • Mhm, spectacular, spectacular looks sinister for this list.

  • We're looking at movie scenes from the past 60 years that failed to achieve their desired effect due to mistakes or poor decisions made in post production.

  • Number 10.

  • Alex Cross vs Picasso Alex Cross Tyler Perry plays James Patterson's FBI hero in this 2012 adaptation, which culminates in a final face off with the villainous Picasso inside a crumbling theater.

  • It's a fight to behold for all the wrong reasons.

  • This sloppy sequence boasts infrequent and mismatched editing, low frame rate, slow motion and overuse of shaky cam shots.

  • It's a tough scene toe watch, and it's not the only one on.

  • Earlier scene in Picasso's Home features an obvious mirrored shot, among others that feel either too fast or too slow for what is meant to be conveyed.

  • You could go ahead and cross this one off your watch list.

  • Number nine.

  • The Misfits, Bohemian Rhapsody.

  • So tell me what makes Queen any different from all of the other wannabe rock stars I meet.

  • Love it or hate it.

  • The production of this Freddie Mercury biopic was a bit of a nightmare, and for that reason we are able to give this one a bit of a pass.

  • How Bohemian Rhapsody was not only nominated but won the Oscar for best film editing is inexcusable in our eyes, though, you would think that a basic scene of dialogue between Queen band members would take some relatively simple editing.

  • Right instead, when we get here is Edit Whiplash, where were thrown toe a different band member every few seconds.

  • We want more.

  • Everybody wants more.

  • Every band's not Queen way understand wanting to invoke the frantic editing styles most commonly seen in music videos, but this is just taking it too far.

  • Number eight.

  • The Painting Manos the Hands of fate Look at this way.

  • There's no doubt about it.

  • Harold Warren's cult horror classic is a mess from start to finish.

  • The sound mixing and editing is amateur at best, but the rial horror could be found in the movies.

  • First half inside the mysterious tour goes House, a sinister portrait of his dark master is frequently shown in awkwardly lengthy and unbroken shots, longest of which lasts for a painful 19 seconds.

  • Oh, Mike, I'm scared.

  • He has the meanest look.

  • It may have been deliberate trying to produce the same discomfort in the audience that the characters feel, but age has not been kind.

  • And today the only reaction it provokes his awkward laughter.

  • It looks so sinister.

  • Number seven.

  • The Transitions Hulk.

  • Ready room.

  • Send in our containment.

  • It seems that Ang Lee took the idea of bringing a comic book toe life on the big screen a little too literally.

  • The Marvel Giants box office gamma bomb suffers from an overly dark tone and poorly aged C G I.

  • But the most frequent problem hands down is the stylized panel editing during scene transitions, and throughout the movie, the filmmakers chose to overlay shots on top of each other to resemble panels from a comic book.

  • It did not work.

  • Most of the transitions look like presets from any off the shelf editing software, and the results were far too cartoonish and clashed with the already established, bleak tone.

  • Number six.

  • The entire movie Samurai cop.

  • If you have anything against me, then book me otherwise, as they say Get the hell out of my face.

  • Even for a direct to video action flick from the nineties, it's difficult to know where to begin with this one.

  • Even ignoring the lazy writing, amateur acting and low production value, this cult film barely holds itself together.

  • The movie clearly had no final sound mix, as evidenced by the blatant contrast of background noise on almost any cut between two shots.

  • Yeah, what's even worse, The movie has no creativity in how it's pieced together.

  • Anak Ter delivers terribly dubbed lines before cutting to another actor delivering their own terribly dubbed lines.

  • Rinse and repeat, throw in a few juvenile standard action sequences and voila!

  • Samurai cop.

  • We are not established gang yet.

  • Number five.

  • The Boardroom sequence.

  • Battlefield Earth I have bothered by your visit This'll New Millennium Science fiction flop is panned enough for its cheesy acting and reliance on crazy camera angles, but it's time and Post did not do it any favors.

  • The film is excessive in its use of slow motion, extensive wipes and sudden cuts between characters.

  • A scene featuring Turl confronting his superiors demonstrates the shoddy editing at its worst.

  • You must be looking forward to getting off this disgusting excuse of a planet I just want to do.

  • Whatever serves the corporation vests with a regular slow motion and repeating dialogue throughout the intent was to emphasize turtles torment by his peers.

  • But the effect just feels pointless and comes off as annoying.

  • Film was so unwatchable that early audiences reportedly suffered from migraines.

  • Mind blowing sci fi Indeed, Are you not aware that I graduated top of my class?

  • Quite an accomplishment.

  • Number four Mismatched shots.

  • Transformers Dark of the Moon Michael Bay is the man when it comes to adrenaline pumping action scenes, but he doesn't take the same care everywhere else, and his movies suffer for it.

  • Quieter scenes in his third transformer flick showcase timing that always feel slightly off Wang Deep Wang Deep Wang.

  • There are needless angle changes, as if attempting to keep the same mo mentum is the action sequences.

  • Several scenes feature takes that don't even seem to match up.

  • Clearly low attention to detail is the issue.

  • In one scene, Banco forgot to digitally add an Autobot into Shiloh buffs hands less than meets the eye Number three.

  • Brian Mills jumping a fence taken.

  • Three are headed west.

  • Liam Neeson's third outing as America's most extreme dad was full of movement, but this eight second splice in particular boasts a ridiculous 15 alternative angles of Bryan Mills hopping over a fence.

  • In such a fast paced franchise like this, editing on this level just ends up feeling like over compensation for a lack of quality action.

  • This is emphasized even further by the tents.

  • Score running underneath the shots.

  • Three.

  • Forced implication of high stakes on to such an arbitrary feet results in a level of absurdity you might find in hot fuzz.

  • Really 15 shots.

  • You can't help but think it should have Onley taken.

  • Three.

  • Number two.

  • The Laundromat Seen Domino and what did you do before?

  • Your bounty hunter?

  • Tony Scott's retelling of bounty hunter Domino Harvey's life is littered with periodic freeze frames and slow motion, but for many, the exposition filled laundromat seen stands out most for the wrong reasons.

  • It features a variety of excessive angle changes without meaning or purpose, as if trying to add action toe a quiet sequence.

  • The final product is a movie scene with the pacing of a television commercial hurrying to get all its information across in a limited a lot of time.

  • Tony Scott has since acknowledged that he didn't quote, let the movie breathe enough and was quote overcome by the insanity of that world.

  • We are inclined to agree what you're looking at way before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • It will be spectacular, spectacular.

  • The words of a macular.

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  • Number one.

  • The Basketball scene Catwoman one on one.

  • Who in a in a superhero movie about Halle Berry using cat powers to stop an evil cosmetics company?

  • Yep, that is the plot.

  • The last thing we need is a montage of her shooting hoops with her boyfriend.

  • This scene is cut together without any real focus or direction to the sounds of mystics, scandalous and resembles nothing more than a poorly edited music video.

  • Like many other scenes in the movie.

  • The cuts are hella jarring, at times reaching a staggering rate of eight cuts in four seconds, serving to confuse viewers rather than wow them.

  • Failing to highlight our heroines.

  • Newfound confidence.

  • This is one montage that should have been scratched.

  • Way.

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