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The worst films about football that are not worth watching: Pele and Maradona would cry – our anti-rating

The worst films about football that are not worth watching: Pele and Maradona would cry – our anti-rating
The worst films about football that are not worth watching: Pele and Maradona would cry – our anti-rating

Photo source: Still from the movie “Galaxy Goalkeeper”

The worst films about football that are not worth watching: Pele and Maradona would cry – our anti-rating

Photo source: Still from the movie “Galaxy Goalkeeper”

Better to rewatch “Deadly Football.”

On the evening of June 14, the 2024 European Football Championship will finally start in Germany, and fans will probably want to remember the best films about the most popular sports game between matches. In today’s anti-rating, there are projects that are best avoided.

BadComedian has explained everything about “Galaxy Goalkeeper” in detail, but we still repeat the most important points. The picture is very bad, because the posters and trailers promised us a pretty good family fantasy, but in reality we got a terrible parody of Quidditch, Ender’s Game and Ready Player One. Well, the ending is predictable to the point of tremble.

“Hit and Scream” is especially bad because Will Ferrell does nothing but act, and he is the main star of the movie, which is what people went to the theater for. The comedy is ‘completed’ by a moral as simple as two fingers, which is manipulated in every first family film about sports.

The sequel to the legendary ‘Hooligans’ is rightly criticized for the atmosphere that destroys the original film with Elijah Wood and Charlie Hunnam. The connection with the first part is far-fetched and the plot resembles fan fiction.

“Ladybirds” is a pretty good movie for kids, but it’s downright nauseating to watch as an adult. The female gender is portrayed here as absolutely incompetent on the football field, and who do you have to be not to notice a boy in a woman’s wig on your team?

“Goal 3” is absolutely rightly called the worst film about football, because it throws away all the advantages of the first part and looks even worse than the unnecessary second. Did you also hope for a sequel to Santiago Muñez’s story? You can’t wait – he’s here in the background meeting new heroes that no one asked for.

It is better to pay attention to films whose Russian dubbing was recognized as ideal even abroad.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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