You could maybe forgive the Seven Samurai being made into a Western, because they did a decent job of it, but this remake is just dire.
If you don't believe me, just watch the intro, it honestly doesn't get any better.
X-Men: Apocalypse was a bit of a curate's egg. The plot was thin but the fx were great.
The thing for me is when Xavier says the world is already rebuilding itself, he doesn't mention the millions that must have died and the £trillions it's going to cost to rebuild the destroyed cities. We simply couldn't rebuild on that scale in less than 50 years.
I'm currently halfway through Sausage Party. This is the sort of film CGI animators and writers would do if the Studio Bosses were not looking. So they did and it's very funny and very adult. I'll finish it later. So far: highly recommended.
We're watching Halt and Catch Fire, a kind of Mad Men in Silicon Valley, except it's set in Texas and the attention to detail in the 80s PC revolution is top notch. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2543312/
I just didn't think it was particularly well done.
A lot of Seth Rogen's stuff is in a similar vein and I don't rate much of those either..you can add a pile of Adam Sandler and Will Ferrel movies to that as well.
(Have you see The Ridiculous 7 or Daddy's Home?....there's a couple of stinkers right there.)
I laughed my arse off the the Three Stooges remake, but others hated it.