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Can't really think of any, any I've heard are bad I've actively avoided. And even a few I've seen that are commonly hated(Shrek 3, Shark Tale, and Chicken Little notably) I found "alright"

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Alpha and Omega. Couldnt get far in it because the animation hurt my eyes so. Its alright when its a TV show, because I dont expect the CGI budget to be huge but as a set of movies. just no! 

 

Also Open Season. Did not care for those films.

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Alpha and Omega. Couldnt get far in it because the animation hurt my eyes so. Its alright when its a TV show, because I dont expect the CGI budget to be huge but as a set of movies. just no! 

 

Also Open Season. Did not care for those films.

I don't get how the Alpha and Omega films got such a big following :| There are far better animated films out there.

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*cracks fingers* Oh boi, where do I start?

(Mind that my friends and I like to host Bad Animation Marathons, so I'm a bit of a connoisseur xD)

 

I'd say... Dinosaur Adventure. Or Animal Soccer World. You know what, any movie made by Dingo Pictures is the worst animated movie ever XD I mean, look at this shit:

 

https://youtu.be/q6EoRBvdVPQ

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Hi there, @TheImmortalLegendG! Just letting you know that I moved your thread into Media Discussion. I also gave it the "Movies/TV" prefix for categorization purposes. As a rule of thumb, if a thread pertains to movies, tv shows, music, technology, or anything else media-related that isn't MLP-specific, it should go into this section. If you are ever unsure about where a thread should go, you can ask a staff member or check off "Wait for Approval" (located on the right side when creating an new thread). We'd be more than happy to provide assistance. :) Thank you!

 

I'd say that the sequels to Alpha and Omega weren't the best quality. Hotel Transylvania 2 also wasn't as good as the original. ^^

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I have seen the second Hoodwinked movie.

It wasn't very good.

Hoodwinked didn't really feel like it needed a sequel. I thought the first one was okay. The second was just stupid.

Hi there, @TheImmortalLegendG! Just letting you know that I moved your thread into Media Discussion. I also gave it the "Movies/TV" prefix for categorization purposes. As a rule of thumb, if a thread pertains to movies, tv shows, music, technology, or anything else media-related that isn't MLP-specific, it should go into this section. If you are ever unsure about where a thread should go, you can ask a staff member or check off "Wait for Approval" (located on the right side when creating an new thread). We'd be more than happy to provide assistance. :) Thank you!

I'd say that the sequels to Alpha and Omega weren't the best quality. Hotel Transylvania 2 also wasn't as good as the original. ^^

I haven't seen the Alpha and Omega sequels but I couldn't stand the first one. I also didn't think Hotel Transylvania 2 was that bad. I've seen critics completely destroy that movie! :cringe(insert cringe face here)
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The worst one I've ever seen is Alvin And The Chipmunks.

 

I did like the first one and the second was just meh. But undoubtedly the third movie was the worst animated film I've ever seen.

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I did like the first one and the second was just meh. But undoubtedly the third movie was the worst animated film I've ever seen.

You should check out Nostalgia critics reviews of both the first and second movie! :)
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I'd be inclined to say Shrek: the Third. To me the plot felt like a confused incoherent mess and it felt like they made it literally to make another Shrek movie (which IMO neither of the other two were that good either, and I don't understand how the Shrek fandom even exists... To be honest, the movies were just stupid in a bad way the whole entire time. Ripped off almost every fairy tale ever conceived that became even somewhat popular. It's all there, lack of creativity by DreamWorks!)

 

But I also have to say Alvin and the Chipmunks was also pretty awful (honestly, what did you expect... Alvin and the Chipmunks was going to be awful. Chipmunks? Really? They were probably about as annoying as I anticipated to be quite honest), along with Equestria Girls (the more I think about it, the more I realize how bad it actually was. High school melodrama and poorly designed plot all ripped straight from High School Musical. Should have known where that was going...), and Frozen (Plot was absurdly predictable and simple, the only real twist could have been predicted at the beginning by anyone with half a brain... Though the music wasn't bad, but it's so overpraised and oversung by people in a completely out-of-tune way that it makes me want to dislike the movie more, to the point everyone made fun of me for disliking "Let it Go." The song wasn't bad, but when it's sung wrong... Often worse than Pinkie Pie's autotuning in Pinkie Pride. Still a song that could have been done without better than with to be honest, like most of them are...)

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I'd be inclined to say Shrek: the Third. To me the plot felt like a confused incoherent mess and it felt like they made it literally to make another Shrek movie (which IMO neither of the other two were that good either, and I don't understand how the Shrek fandom even exists... To be honest, the movies were just stupid in a bad way the whole entire time. Ripped off almost every fairy tale ever conceived that became even somewhat popular. It's all there, lack of creativity by DreamWorks!)

 

But I also have to say Alvin and the Chipmunks was also pretty awful (honestly, what did you expect... Alvin and the Chipmunks was going to be awful. Chipmunks? Really? They were probably about as annoying as I anticipated to be quite honest), along with Equestria Girls (the more I think about it, the more I realize how bad it actually was. High school melodrama and poorly designed plot all ripped straight from High School Musical. Should have known where that was going...), and Frozen (Plot was absurdly predictable and simple, the only real twist could have been predicted at the beginning by anyone with half a brain... Though the music wasn't bad, but it's so overpraised and oversung by people in a completely out-of-tune way that it makes me want to dislike the movie more, to the point everyone made fun of me for disliking "Let it Go." The song wasn't bad, but when it's sung wrong... Often worse than Pinkie Pie's autotuning in Pinkie Pride. Still a song that could have been done without better than with to be honest, like most of them are...)

Shrek was supposed to be a parody riffing on Disney/fairy tale tropes. And I do think it was a good movie. The second one was okay. It wasn't horrible but it was clearly made just for the sake of a sequel. The third one was alright. Again not bad but not as good as the first one. The fourth one was terrible. The whole time travel plot. And why would Shrek suddenly have a mid life crisis about taking care of kids? Hey where what four or five at that point? Why would it suddenly bother him. As for Alvin And The Chipmunks I have to agree. Those movies where terrible. But the new cartoon on Nickelodeon isn't that bad. It isn't great but I did find it slightly charming. And I completely disagree with the last two movies. Well mostly Frozen. Go watch Nostalgia critics review of Frozen. Then watch the video where he compares Frozen and Tangled. One aspect of those videos is where he mentions if hype can kill a movie. As for eqg? Eh. I don't really know what to say. I can't really defend eqg itself. It is a bad movie. But that also depends a lot on what you consider to be a good movie. So I don't have anything to add regarding that.
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Omygosh where did I start??? 

 

 

FIRST THAT STUPID BEE MOVIE! that movie was just dumb as hell!

 

Two. Flashed away... it was a terrible terrible movie.

 

Three: Home.... SUPER boring and they tried to hard to be funny.

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Cars 2 is a pointless sequel, teaming with mindless action and Mater. As a supportive character from Cars 1, he was fine as slapstick humor in small quantities but when he tries to lead as the main protagonist in Cars 2, things went bad. He was overbearingly annoying and coupled with the hilariously terrible spy/conspiracy plot against his friend McQueen, I don't ever think I seen such a completely wasted film. Mater here, Mater there, Mater everywhere! I can't bear to watch more Mater and I'm glad that the Cars 3 trailers didn't even show him.

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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls

 

As for feature length films, I actually second this. EqG was so bad. I felt like watching a horrible kids cartoon... Then again, I was.

 

It reminded me of my no 1 worst animated film, Bratz

 

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Had to watch it with my little sister ages ago when it came out... Even back then I hated it. Worst shit I've ever seen.

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Here is a list of the ones I've seen

1:Norm of the north

2:Planes

3:Any of the Land Before Times past 2

4:Alpha and Omega past #1

5:Char's counterattack

6:Mulan 2

7:Belle's magical world

8:Equestria Girls

9:Pocahontis 2

10:Bio Broly

11:Home

12:Where the dead go to die

I remember these abominations very well still hate them.

these pieces of crap need to die!!!

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Kids against sorceres (Дети против волшебников) - I've only seen its review and trailer, but it's enough to call it one of the worst animated movies ever made.

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As for the animated movies I've watched from the beginning to the end, I think it's EG Friendship Games.

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