12 Movies Everyone Expected to Be Bad, but Were Actually Good

These movies, which everyone expected to be bad but were actually good, often become beloved classics.

Movies Everyone Expected to Be Bad, but Were Actually Good

Initially dismissed as another generic sci-fi action film, “Edge of Tomorrow” surprised audiences and critics alike with its clever storyline and impressive performances from Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt.

When news of a movie based on a popular toy line was announced, many expected it to be a blatant cash grab. However, “The LEGO Movie” exceeded expectations with its witty humor, clever satire, and heartfelt message about creativity and individuality.

As a reboot of a beloved franchise, “Mad Max: Fury Road” faced skepticism from fans and critics alike.

A sequel to the 1995 original, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” was met with low expectations. However, the film surprised audiences with its fresh take on the concept, incorporating video game elements and featuring a hilarious ensemble cast.

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