We’ll look at the top three worst live-action movies in this list. It’s grown increasingly fashionable in recent years to make live-action versions of all those animated films that were box office hits at the time. But, in contrast to Maleficent’s excellent reviews and The Beauty and the Beast’s popularity since its release this year, we’ll look at the films that didn’t make it.
3). Speed Racer (2008)
The Wachowski Brothers directed this live-action sports film in 2008. It’s based on the well-known Japanese anime and manga series Speed Racer or Mach GoGoGo from the 1960s. The film was supposed to have everything it needed to succeed: a hero driving a fast car that had been popular since the 1980s. But that didn’t happen; instead, the film received mostly negative reviews from critics. tt was also dubbed “rotten” and “overloaded with headache-inducing spectacular effects, with a lack of a comprehensible storyline.”
2).Jem and the Holograms (2015)
Jem and the Holograms was a popular American animated television series from the 1980s that was based on the Hasbro toy line. It was about Jerrica Benton, the owner of a record label, her singing alter-ego Jem, and her band “The Holograms.” Following that, in 2015, Jon M. Chu directed a live-action adaptation of the series with the same title. Fans of the original series, on the other hand, found this adaptation to be a major disappointment, with numerous negative reviews. Even critics dubbed it “one of the strangest big-screen adaptations of a cheap TV cartoon they’ve ever seen.”
1). Dragonball Evolution (2009)
Even before it was published, a live-action version of a popular Japanese manga, such as Dragon Ball, was deemed a disaster. So, in 2009, the first live-action Dragonball film, titled Dragonball Evolution, was released, although it was based on a tale that was completely different from the saga’s original setting. As expected, this adaptation was a dismal failure, receiving only negative reviews from critics and fans alike, who stated that “Dragonball Evolution lacks the magic that made the books upon which it was based a cult sensation.”
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