Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Oh, come on, What the heck happened? Welcome to watch Mojo. And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies. That should have been amazing. For this list. We'll be looking at movies that were extremely hyped before release, thanks to their franchises, history and the legacy of its characters. We aren't seeing that all of these movies are terrible, although some certainly are. We're just saying that they were massive letdowns after the incredible hype that preceded their release. If you like what you're hearing, be sure to check out the full song at the link below Number 10. Terminator Dark Fate. I can't Fight It if I don't know what we're up against. It's a revenue model. You don't fight it, you run from it. Oh, how silly we were to put our hope in dark fate. Let's be honest. The Terminator series has been on the decline since 1991 and despite the abomination that was Genesis, we held out hope for dark fate thanks to two things. Or should we say names Linda Hamilton and James Cameron, I'll be back. Both were returning to the series for the first time since T two, and Dark Fate was serving as a continuation of that story. In other words, it was doing the same. Ignore all the Sequels thing that Halloween did the previous year. Touching STORY Doesn't HAVE a POINT ON Lee Dark Fate wasn't nearly as successful. Dark Feet was just another mediocre Terminator sequel, and by this point, we should just terminate this franchise altogether. Number nine Solo A Star Wars story Disney's track record with Star Wars has been hit and miss, but they really dropped the ball with solo. This is unbelievable. I'm definitely have some words with someone about this coming out on the heels of the force of weekends. Rogue one and the last Jet I audiences were starting to experience franchise overload by the time solo hit theaters. Dammit, never gonna hear the divisive response towards the last yet. I certainly did not help. Nevertheless, this thing should have been a cinematic event. Lawrence Casden was returning. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were directing. It had an amazing cast, and it told the origin story of an iconic movie character. However, the movie suffered a rocky production, most notably switching out directors and the quality greatly suffered. It's alright, save energy. I'm gonna get you out. It ended up grossing an abysmal $393 million less than last Jet Eyes opening weekend number eight. The Last Airbender Avatar Fence still have nightmares about the Last Airbender. He had a vision at the Southern Air Temple prayer field. He talked to a dragon spirit who he thinks can help us. He thinks if he goes to another spiritual place, he can get back to the spirit world. I don't think that's a good idea. Avatar is a beloved animated Siri's, both enormously popular and the winner of various prestigious awards, including five Annie's, an Emmy and a Peabody. Then we heard that M. Night Shyamalan was directing a movie adaptation, and everyone let out a collective groan that could be heard the world over. My grandmother will asking a lot of questions. Still, Michael Dante De Martino and Brian Kinetz co crafted such a phenomenal Siri's. Surely some of the shows, drama, comedy and excitement would find its way into this adaptation, right? Alas, the Last Airbender is notoriously awful. It's one of those movies you probably haven't seen, but you just know It's terrible, thanks to pop culture osmosis. Okay, everybody could help us now. Number seven. Suicide Squad Despite two prior disappointments in the D. C. You more on that in a bit, we held out hope for suicide Squad. After all, this was something different. Is it what we some kind of suicide squad? In the midst of the emcee? You phenomenon Here was a superhero movie about anti heroes. You had Dead Shot, the Joker and Harley Quinn, three beloved comic book characters who were being played by acclaimed and popular actors. It could have been the D. C E used twisted answer to the Avengers, but it was an embarrassing dud. Seriously, the hell's wrong with you people. For bad guys, that's what we do. The movie was horribly directed. Jared Leto made a terrible joker, and the means created from the movie quickly became more popular than the movie itself. It was yet another sore spot in the D. C. E O No, you left me in a black hole of rage and confusion. Number six, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. Your life is the sum of a remainder of an unbalanced equation inherent to the programming of The Matrix. You are the eventuality of an anomaly, which, despite my sincerest efforts, I've been unable to eliminate from what is otherwise a harmony of mathematical precision. Here we have Exhibit A in unnecessary Sequels, tarnishing the legacy of a franchise. The Matrix is undeniably one of the best, most inventive and most influential action films ever made. While Reloaded wasn't a bad sequel per se, it was disappointing. What would the PS two esque, C. G. I. And bowling pin sound effects it is in that Come on, get out of there, riel. Travesty is Revolutions, a movie that even the Reloaded fans have trouble defending. This was nothing but a soulless, confusing, CG I filled spectacle, and a large chunk of the movie was devoted to the Battle of Zion. Who cares? It's a perfect example of unnecessarily expanding on Lord, so much so that the story gets bogged down in details and endless exposition. For now, that's nice. I know he'd love it. Well, we have a seam again. I suspect so. Someday Number five Prometheus Oh, hey, Speaking of a story unnecessarily expanding on Lord Prometheus, I need to know why way really need a prequel to the alien series? Not really, but we certainly we're not going to say no. After all, there were enough. Henson reveals an alien to suggest an intriguing story. What we got instead was this horribly plotted mess. The movie gets way too bogged down in the concepts and lore, and the characters are little more than cardboard cutout exposition dumps. If these things made us not to mention, they are all pants on head, stupid. It has Damon Lindelof DNA written all over it, cool ideas that are jumbled together into an incomprehensible and poorly thought out. Let down number four. Batman vs Superman. Dawn of Justice. Pill north off. Oh, look, what's that? It's really amazing how D C managed to bungle their I. P so horribly. Batman versus Superman should have been the movie event to end all movie events. You have bat men, you have Superman and you have, um, fighting each other. How could that formula fail? Well, Batman versus Superman is your answer. Maybe this isn't the worst thing of all time, but it certainly wasn't good. It was horribly plotted and paste. The characterizations were completely off, and the titular fight itself lasted like five minutes, Not to mention Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luther. Bruce Wayne meets Clark Kent. I love it. I love bringing people together. How are we? It had lofty aspirations, but it just couldn't come together into a satisfying whole. Suddenly, we were all worried about Justice League and rightfully so. No. Number three Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Some people were a little hesitant about a new Indiana Jones movie. It had been nearly 20 years since Last Crusade, and Harrison Ford was in his mid sixties. Even with Grandpa Indy, though it was still another Indiana Jones adventure. There was hope to be found, although those hopes were quickly dashed. These movies have always been silly, but Crystal Skull took the silliness way too far. Really, you have that infamous monkey scene, the Jeep driving off a cliff and landing in a tree, Indiana surviving a nuclear explosion by hiding in a fridge and, worst of all, aliens, literal aliens. Theo. It was far too bombastic for its own good, and the horrible visual effects did not help. Some franchises should just stay in the past. Number two, the Hobbit trilogy, Flesh or flesh. Wow, I think The Lord of the Rings is a landmark, arguably the greatest film trilogy of all time and three of the greatest movies ever made, period. And then there's The Hobbit Now some people were a little hesitant about The Hobbit. Seeing is how Peter Jackson was adapting a roughly 300 page Children's novel into an eight hour long epic. But come on, this guy gave us Lord of the Rings have some faith people. You've got that all wrong, all right. Unfortunately, people were right to be hesitant. The trilogy is not only laborious, but it's filled with horrid C. G. I and filmed at a very controversial 48 frames per second. Granted, expectations were unimaginably high coming off Lord of the Rings, but these movies did themselves absolutely zero favors. Can you promise that I will come back before we unveil our most disappointing number one pick? Here are a few dishonorable mentions. If you don't leave now, we'll die together. I can think of worse ways to go, but you're obviously crazy, wound James. So don't do this. There is no victim. There is only do a better landing me Joga. Yeah, much You says it works. War solves everything before we continue. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about her latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one Star Wars Episode one. The Phantom Menace Don't let recency bias fool you, B. Dawg Redeem. While the Last Jet I and Rise of Skywalker are polarizing, nothing compares to the debacle that was The Phantom Menace. Try spinning. That's a good trick. If you were too young or not born yet, then you don't understand just how disastrous this move. Iwas The hype was unlike anything seen before or since, and yet it was completely and utterly reviled. People could not believe what they've just seen. It was so bad that everyone was still talking about The Matrix long after Phantom Menace had come and gone and The Matrix walked away with four technical Academy awards. Meanwhile, Star Wars was nominated for seven Razzies. When it comes to the most disappointing movie ever, nothing touches The Phantom Menace. What will happen to me now? Do you agree with our picks? Let us know in the comments. And hey, if you're a fan of the song playing right now, be sure to check out the music video for it right here.