We've already put the worst Pixar movie of all time on blast.
Sorry, not sorry, Cars 2.
Let's take a look at five of Disney's worst animated flicks, using Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and the court of public opinion as a guide.
And no, Frozen has some haters, but of course it didn't make the list.
Here's what did (in no particular order):
It's official: Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul already won San Diego Comic-Con with the cutest cosplay ever.
'Tis the season for the annual event, which often features panels ranging from teasing Marvel movie teases to reuniting iconic horror movie casts to announcing the latest developments in the Star Wars universe.
This year kicked off with a bang with a Breaking Bad reunion. The hit AMC series, which ended in 2013, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Among the notable moments: Aaron Paul, who starred as Jesse Pinkman, appeared open to a Jesse spin-off and series creator Vince Gilligan teased the possibility of Bryan Cranston or Paul appearing on the prequel show Better Call Saul before it ends.
Will these things actually happen? Fans sure hope so.
But it was Paul's baby girl who really stole the show at the event.
On Wednesday, retired race-car driver Danica Patrick became the latest athlete to host the ESPYs.
Every year, ESPN holds a massive show to give athletes a bunch of awards after they've already won much more prestigious trophies in their respective sports.
And every year, the host tries to do comedy.
In one skit, Patrick proceeded to drop bars on some of the biggest superstars in the world, including Rob Gronkowski, Terrell Owens and Tom Brady.
...And it didn’t go well.
Nobody saw this coming.
What started as a gritty action flick following a group of Los Angeles street racers in the original The Fast and the Furious has somehow transformed into the biggest non-Marvel, non-Star Wars film franchise in the world.
Through its eighth film — The Fate of the Furious — the saga has grossed more than $5 billion and isn't slowing down anytime soon. A spin-off starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham — Hobbs & Shaw — and a ninth and tenth Fast and Furious film are all on the horizon.
Clearly, Vin Diesel, Johnson, Ludacris, Michelle Rodriguez and Co. are doing something right.
So, which is it?
Fortunately, there have been a few flicks this year that are worth the $15 at the box office, including Black Panther, A Quiet Place and Avengers: Infinity War.
But movie-goers have also already been treated to plenty of stinkers: Fifty Shades Freed, Truth or Dare, Midnight Sun and Sherlock Gnomes.
2018 is already so passé. Let's look at ahead to see which films of 2019 will totally disappoint you. Bad directors, unnecessary sequels and movies that just sound bad are what we've used to create the list below.
These are the films we're already planning to hate-watch next year. Note: This is not a ranked list.