#4: THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE (2010)
You deserve a pat on the back if you even remember this CGI-packed dud, which didn’t exactly pack theaters this past July. For those who actually paid to see The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, they were mistreated with minimal character development and maximum special effects. In other words, all style with very little substance. In fact, the only thing that’s style-free about this Disney-backed picture is Cage’s wardrobe—he plays a Manhattan-bound sorcerer who looks like a Times Square subway station hobo. With messy long hair and a black top hat and leather coat straight out of Van Helsing’s closet, he’s cinema’s least spellbinding wizard. We’d like to think that the film’s costume designer was laughing at his practical joke behind the scenes, but that’d imply that someone involved with The Sorcerer’s Apprentice actually knew what they were doing.