Megan Fox has caused a sensation in recent days, however, not all her choices in her acting career had a positive reception among critics and her fans. That is why we list the worst films of the actress born in Tennessee.
What movie buff doesn’t know Megan Fox? The protagonist of Transformers and Ninja Turtles, in the last weeks has remained in the public eye due to her love affair with American rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, and for his passage on the red carpets of the VMAs and the Met Gala 2021, where he showed that he is still a fashion icon.
However, we must mention that his acting career has had pronounced ups and downs as not all the elections in his acting career had a positive reception among the specialized critics and his fans, for this reason we list the worst films of the interpreter born in Tennessee, United States. Get comfortable, bring your favorite snack and take a look at this list.
‘Confessions of a typical teenage girl’
Confessions of a typical teenage girl introduces Lola (Lindsay Lohan), she is considered the most popular girl in her hometown until her family decides to move, so she must compete against Carla (Megan Fox), for school fame. Without a doubt this movie reminds us of Heavy girls, which premiered the same year. “A creative no man’s land: nothing adventurous, nothing accomplished, nothing worth seeing”, wrote Nev Pierce for the BBC.
‘Crimes of Fashion’
Crimes of Fashion presents Brooke’s story (Kaley Cuoco), a student who aspires to be a renowned designer until she discovers she has a mobster grandfather and inherits the family business. Megan Fox plays Candace, her number one rival in fashion school. “although Fox fans are disappointed that the diva is doing nothing more than walking through a scene with a sacchastic comment, there is enough unexpected warmth combined with Cuoco’s innate lovable nature, “he posted Intuition movie.
‘How to lose your friends’
Sidney Young (Simon Pegg) is a disillusioned intellectual who both adores and despises the world of celebrities, fame and glamor. On this tape Mega Fox plays Sophie Maes, a Hollywood superstar who represents all the stereotypes her leading man hates. “Simon Pegg’s brilliant central performance and some very funny jokes are undermined by a Loose ending that leaves all kinds of story lines hanging and the characters left to their own devices as the film stalls and falters“, wrote Fionnuala Halligan for Screen International.
The United States Army offers bounty hunter Jonah Hex (Josh Brolin), an offer he cannot refuse: he has to arrest a terrorist in exchange for his freedom. “Whether it’s the director’s fault or the result of studio meddling, it’s a movie disaster that’s been cut into pieces“, wrote Alex Zane for The Sun.
The extruder Nate Poole (Mickey Rourke) has an affair with the ruthless mobster’s wife Happy Shannon (Bill Murray), and despite the danger he runs, his life takes on a new meaning when he meets Lily Luster (Megan Fox), a real angel, yes, it even shows its wings. “From the cheesy music to the no-nonsense plot and half-boring performances, Passion Play it’s a failure “, public Hollywood Chicago.
‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’
An agent of the FBI (Bruce Willis) and an official from Florida (Megan Fox) team up to investigate a series of unsolved murders. In this film Fox shares scenes with Machine Gun Kelly, her sentimental partner today. “If there were still stores where you could rent or buy videos or DVDs, this is the kind of movie you would expect to see in the bargain drawer.”, mentioned Leslie Felperin for The Guardian.
‘Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows’
On Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows, Megan Fox returned as the famous reporter April O’Neil, who became an ally of the group of mutant turtles. This film was considered a box office failure by grossing only half of the previous installment, Ninja Turtles. “It’s a hit-and-run action movie, as always, too long and terribly repetitive in parts.”, public Alison Rowat for Sunday Herald.
‘The invisible woman’
Holly (Olivia Thirlby) has faded to the point of becoming invisible, but in exchange for bringing back a disgraced MMA fighter, Shane Blackwell (Alan Ritchson), to her former glory, she can regain her position in the world around her. Megan Fox plays Juliana, the fighter’s love interest. “Unfortunately, the responses that emerge from this crisis do not provide any satisfactory literal explanation for the film’s central metaphor, and the metaphor itself seems out of place.”, wrote John DeFore for The Hollywood Reporter.