42 clues you are about to watch a bad movie…

Because not every film release can be Citizen Kane

It has an American actor doing a Cockney accent.

It’s a sequel to a film you have never heard of.

The glowing quote on the poster is from an obscure radio station in Nebraska.

The glowing quote on the poster is from @FilmFan27.

One of the characters is fully CGI.

Chris Evans is sporting a moustache.

Ewan McGregor is sporting a moustache.

Henry Cavill has had a moustache digitally removed.

It’s in 3D.

The plot starts with ‘In the year 3000…’.

Jim Carrey has gone all serious and is playing a detective.

The poster says ‘From the producers of…’.

The poster says ‘From the studio that brought you…’.

Two words: Jason. Statham. 

The main character could be described as ‘free spirited’.

It has puppetry in it which isn’t from Jim Henson.

You watched this trailer⇧

The love interest was in Friends.

The title has an exclamation mark (see Mama Mia!, Win A Date With Tad Hamilton!, Goal!, Wagons East!).

This is the plot: Thanksgiving is usually a happy time, but ad executive Jack (Adam Sandler) dreads the holiday because his twin sister, Jill (also Sandler) makes her annual visit.

The leading female character has a quirky pet (owl, ferret, snake).

It’s an Eddie Murphy film from the 2000s.

It’s an Eddie Murphy film from the ’90s.

The first thing that appears on screen is: ‘The BBFC have classified Jaws: The Revenge for cinema exhibition’.

The film company releasing it sent out promotional cakes to film magazines but they haven’t bother to post a picture of it.

It’s about baseball.

It’s being released in April.

There’s a ‘The’ in front of the word Avengers.

Its stars are promoting the film on Loose Women.

The tagline is ‘the impossible true story’.

It’s a biblical satire that’s not The Life Of Brian.

A Richard Kelly-directed movie that’s not Donnie Darko.

Anything starring Mike Myers released after 1997.

There’s a character called Bustopher Jones. Who’s played by James Corden…

You’re at the first press screening. And it opens today.

There isn’t a press screening.

Steven. Seagal.

It got a 19 minute standing ovation at Cannes.

It’s being released in January.

It’s a sequel with no returning original cast.

The producer gets higher billing than anyone else.

The main character has ‘come out of retirement one last time’.