Bryce Dallas Howard was recently seen in Jurassic World Dominion. The movie was abashed by critics for its confusing screenplay and uncanny pace. It was the third movie of the Jurassic World trilogy, that followed after the Jurassic Park trilogy. The previous Jurassic World movies performed well at the box office and the critics were satisfied too. But this time they were embarrassed. The movie by far has been called the worst of the Jurassic franchise. But this is not the worst Bryce Dallas Howard has been a part of. Check out this list of movies of the actress worse than Jurassic World Dominion.
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Hereafter is one of the worst Bryce Dallas Howard movies
The actress played the role of Melanie in the film. She is the potential love interest of the protagonist. The movie was directed by the Oscar-winning filmmaker, Clint Eastwood, and had elements that put together could make a great movie, but the end product was quite the contrary. But the critics hated it, in fact, they said the only good thing was the performance of the actress and Matt Damon. The movie was flat because of the storytelling choices.
Gold is another terrible movie of the actress
Bryce Dallas Howard was the female lead in the film, opposite Matthew McConaughey. It also had an ensemble of talented actors in supporting roles and the audience expected it to be a masterpiece. But this movie too was quite a disappointment. Reviewers called it an overabundance of montages and nothing else. The movie had no depth in the plot and even deviated from the main plot, more often than not.
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The Village is one of the worst works of Bryce Dallas Howard
The actress played the lead role in the movie directed by Night Shyamalan. The actress was the only good thing in the movie, according to the critics. They were displeased as the movie was too serious all the time. The movie could have included some lighter moments for the relief of the audience. They also said that the movie forgot to address the deeper questions on the central idea and only worked on the surface.
As You Like It was not liked by the critics
Adapted from the Shakespearan drama of the same name, the movie directed by Kenneth Branagh was one of the worst movies Bryce Dallas Howard acted in. She and David Oyelowo played key roles in the production yet it received mostly negative reviews. Critics called it a lackluster movie and did not have any uniqueness. In fact, many said the movie became unbearably slow in the middle of the plot.
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Terminator: Salvation is one of the worst movies Bryce Dallas Howard was in
Before the actress became a part of the Jurassic World movies, she was in the Terminator movies as well. The Salvation was titled the weakest Terminator movie so far by the critics when it came out. It was also called lifeless enterprise when compared to the previous movies of the franchise. The script was so lousy that no actor even the great ones couldn’t have done anything with it.
The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond is one of the worst too
The movie, starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Evans was one of the worst movies the actress was a part of. The movie is based on an unpublished play by Tennessee Williams. After watching the movie, the critics said that there was a reason, the playwright did not publish it. The movie was directed by Jodie Markell and her filmmaking style was highly criticized as well. Even the talented cast could do nothing to save it.
Lady in the Water is also on the list of worsts
Another movie with the pair up of Bryce Dallas Howard and Night Shyamalan turned quite like The Village, already mentioned in the article. The movie was drowned by criticism. The movie overwhelmed the viewers with intense lore that did not have any logic or interesting factors. The screenplay was “self-reflexive” and “strangely lifeless” according to critics.
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