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24th Jun 2022

Seven awful films rated higher than Pogba’s “Pogmentary” on IMDB

Callum Boyle

You should be embarrassed if you’re below the Emoji movie

If you haven’t heard, Paul Pogba’s new docuseries called the “Pogmentary” is out on Amazon Prime, and it’s shit.

So shit, in fact, that IMDB have given it a rating of just 1 out of 10. To be honest he probably deserves that just for giving the programme such an awful title.

As you can imagine, the series follows Pogba with unprecedented behind the scenes access. Throughout, he seems to spend a lot of time getting annoyed at Manchester United for a number of reasons which in turn, made a lot of United fans angry towards him.

But whether you think Pogba lived up to his price tag at Old Trafford or not (spoiler, he didn’t) his biggest embarrassment is this documentary.

Here’s seven truly awful films that have managed to rank above the “Pogmenatary” on IMDB.

The Emoji movie

Granted this film isn’t targeted at everyone but that doesn’t excuse it from being terrible. It does what it says on the tin: it’s a film about emojis and also features James Corden. No wonder the score is so low.

According to IMDB (because I’ll confess, I haven’t watched the Emoji movie myself) the story focuses on Gene, a multi-expressional emoji who goes on a journey to become a ‘normal’ emoji. Like a smartphone sponsored gap year your mate went on to ‘find themselves.’

IMDB gave this a rating of 3.3 out of 10. Be ashamed Paul Pogba, very ashamed.

Epic movie

Gonna shock you here. This movie is anything but epic.

Released in 2007, the film takes bits and pieces from all the biggest films to hit the screens the previous year. Films such as The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and The Pirates of the Caribbean are told in a comedic format. However it isn’t funny at all, it’s just painful to watch – and that’s just from seeing the trailer.

IMDB gave this a rating of 2.4 out of 10. Still more effective than Pogba.

JAWS: The Revenge

Now we all know how good the first and original JAWS is – a true timeless classic – but the fourth and final instalment in the story of JAWS, this one didn’t hit home.

Surprisingly it’s about a shark who’s rather hungry and wants a slice of a human…again. The widow of chief Brody believes that her family are deliberately being targeted by a shark who is looking for revenge.

Sometimes people just don’t know when to stop making films. IMDB gave this one 3 out of 10.

The Avengers

Before you start, no it’s not that Avengers we’re on about.

This is the 1998 film and my god its woeful. In short it’s about two British agents who team up to try to stop a man from destroying the world with a weather changing machine.

To be fair, few things go hand in hand better than British people and wanting to do something about the weather, except this is just not the way they probably imagined.

If I were you, I’d stick to the Marvel version of The Avengers instead. IMDB gave this one a rating of 3.8 out of 10.

Disaster movie

The best thing I can say about this one is that they’ve nailed the title.

In this awful film, a group of 20-somethings find themselves involved in a series of natural disasters and horrible events – the worst of those include starring in that film.

IMDB gave this a rating of 1.9 out of 10.

Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd

The second instalment in the Dumb and Dumber franchise and what a dumb idea to make this film. Set as a prequel to the first film, it tells the tale of how Harry and Lloyd met during the 80s.

Of course the film was never going to be on par with the original – especially without Jim Carrey – and unfortunately for them, IMDB’s rating shows that. Just a rating of 3.4 out of 10 for this one.

Saving Christmas

If you were gifted this for Christmas, there’s a good chance it didn’t saved your festive cheer but ruined it. This one is the closest to the “Pogmentary” in terms of ratings but somehow still isn’t as bad.

Kirk Cameron stars in this film as he bids to prove to his brother-in-law that Jesus Christ is still a fundamental part of Christmas. Not sure he wanted to be involved in this film though.

IMDB gave this one a rating of 1.3 out of 10.

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