They came. They went. They weren’t good. They weren’t terrible. And now, when you see the movie poster, you can’t remember if you saw the movie or if it was just the trailer you saw or maybe it was a review you read, or maybe that was a different movie altogether. Don’t worry — those vague recollections will disappear completely by this time next year. There will be no residual memory. These 10 movies were the most completely forgettable of 2015.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials ($81 million)
War Room ($67 million)
The Wedding Ringer ($64 million)
The Perfect Guy ($57 million)
Focus ($53 million)
McFarland, USA ($44 million)
A Walk in the Woods ($29 million)
Run All Night (Not to be confused with Taken 3, also released this year) ($26 million)
Love the Coopers ($25 million)
Black or White ($21 million)
We Are Your Friends ($3.5 million).
This one holds a special place in my heart, because despite reviewing it, a trivia question came up about the film a week after it was released, and I completely blanked on the name. I also had to look up the name both before attending the screening to make sure I was going to the right movie, and before I could even compose the review because the title kept slipping my mind.