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In descending order of awfulness:
Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead, which actually is not the least bit awful, unless you find debate over the death penalty unpalatable;
Race to Witch Mountain, a remake of the ’70s kids’ movie that stars The Rock and special effects;
The Last House on the Left, another remake, though this one can be considered well-made if unrelenting brutality to your fellow man is your cup of tea (Robert Blecker would approve);
Brothers at War, a documentary about three siblings in Iraq;
Crossing Over, a dull commentary on immigration starring Harrison Ford and not Sean Penn, who demanded to be cut out of the final edit;
Miss March, a comedy about “sex-crazed best friends” that I haven’t seen, but that two of my trusted colleagues called the worst film of the year.