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The Worst of IGN’s Top 10 New Releases

The New York Times is a big fan of the best of IGN, and they’re sticking by that.

They’ve made the most of their “Top 10 New Films of the Year” format with this week’s list of their top 10 new releases.

The list, which includes all of the films released this year, is pretty dense, with over a dozen entries.

The film titles that make the cut include, “Moby-Dick,” “The Last Exorcism,” “Zombieland,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Molly’s Plan,” “Gangster Squad,” “I’m Not a Zombie,” “Babylon 5,” “Deadpool,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Jurassic World,” “X-Men: Apocalypse,” “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” “Captain America: Civil War,” and “The Good Place.”

The list also includes two other films: “Ida,” which is set in a post-apocalyptic future, and “Wicked,” which stars Olivia Munn and Mark Ruffalo.

There’s plenty of room for plenty of great new movies in this year’s list, so let’s dive in.1.

“The Worst of the New York Film Review”New York FilmReview’s “The Best of the Worst” feature focuses on films that aren’t all that great.

This year’s films include “Titanic,” “Logan,” “Everest,” “Taken,” “Her,” “Life of Pi,” “Black Swan,” “Ride Along,” “Penguins of Madagascar,” “Shaft,” “Inherent Vice,” “Bad Boys,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Wedding Crashers,” “Vampire Academy,” “Arrival,” “Hail Caesar,” “Love and Friendship,” “Netherlands,” “Man of Steel,” “Furious 7,” “Spotlight,” “Chosen,” “War for the Planet of the Apes,” “American Hustle,” “Django Unchained,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2,” “Saving Mr. Banks,” “My Left Foot,” “Lost,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” “Jackass 2,” and more.2.

“Mockumentaries”New Yorker filmmaker Alex Garland is the man behind the film MOCKMENS, which has a lot of people calling it a “punch in the face” of film criticism.

The filmmaker has a ton of great movies on his slate, and we’re glad to see that there are more of them than there were this year.

Garland is one of our favorite filmmakers, and this year he brought back the film that we loved, “The Perfect Husband,” which starred Tom Hanks, Amy Adams, and Jennifer Garner.

Garland also brought back a film called “A Day in the Life of David Copperfield,” which had a ton to offer this year as well.

Garland’s films are always fun to watch, but this year we had to dig deeper into his latest project, “Battlestar Galactica,” to see if it could do something with the new cast.

Garland stars alongside Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Patrick Stewart, John Boyega, and Mackenzie Davis, and the film was directed by Alex Garland.

It’s a nice look at what a “classic” Galactican ship looks like, and it’s a must see for fans of the show.3.

“Zombies”A new zombie film that’s been on the market for years, “Zombie Apocalypse” is a nice twist on the genre that has gotten a lot better in recent years.

The zombie genre has seen a lot more action and gore this year with the release of the “Divergent” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchises, and there’s definitely something to be said for the fact that this film is a little more action-packed than most.

“A Night to Remember” is about the death of a child that’s being cared for by his mother, and while it’s about as disturbing as it gets, the horror element works quite well.

The zombies are cute and fun, and a great way to spend an evening watching zombies in a zombie apocalypse.4.

“Waxangel”The best of the worst.

“Tentacle Monsters” is the title of this film, and not in a good way.

The filmmakers behind the project tried to create an action-filled movie that would appeal to children and teens, but the result was not what they hoped.

“Toy Story 3,” “Despicable Me,” “Toy Soldiers,” “Monster,” “Power Rangers,” “RoboCop,” “Kung Fu Panda,” “Iron Man,” and others are all the movies that were meant to appeal to the young crowd, and none of them did.

While the original film was a huge hit with kids, many have found the remake to be a little less