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6 Of The Worst Promotional Puns For Movies

6 Of The Worst Promotional Puns For Movies

What’s worse than a bad movie? The outrageously bad promotional campaigns movie execs think will trick us into watching their film. Not all movies on this list are bad, per se. But their taglines definitely are.

 

1. “We’re Back, Pitches” – Pitch Perfect 2

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Oh Bellas, was this really necessary? While the tagline was very painful, it was also quite perfect… pitch perfect.

 

2. “Beaches ain’t ready for this” – Baywatch

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’Memba when these billboards were plastered all over town like five months before the movie actually came out? So cringey seeing those when I was out with my girls bae… watching.

 

3. “Rest in beast” – Werewolf

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Described as “Inept, highly flawed and unintentionally hilarious” by Maynard’s Horror Movie Diary, this movie might have the worst tagline ever with “Rest in beast”. Also, were you a-were that “wolf” is singular and “wolves” is plural?

 

4. “Two Agents. One City. No Merci.” – From Paris with Love

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Featuring a bald and bearded John Travolta, this action flick gave the world one horrendous tagline. I don’t even want to do my own bad pun. Let’s just state it again: “Two agents. One city. No Merci.”

 

5. “The wait is ogre” – Shrek the Third

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The Shrek franchise is a repeat offender. Let’s take a walk down mammary lane. Did I do that right?

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6. “Ooze gonna save us?” – Monsters vs. Aliens

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Do kids actually like this? Is that why so many animated features have puns in their slogans? Children of the world, speak up!

 

6. “Kiss your ice goodbye” – Ice Age

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