Sometimes it can be a lot of fun watching a bad movie. I get a lot of enjoyment out of watching awful movies like Battlefield Earth, Howard the Duck, Plan 9 from Outer Space, or The Room. The best bad movies are often a work of passion by the filmmakers, whose vision may be horribly misguided but who are fully committed to the dumpster fire they’ve created. The result is often unintended hilarity, and even in some cases a sense of admiration for those who dedicated themselves to such a glorious trainwreck. A bad movie can find a life for itself so long as it’s memorable, but what it can’t afford to be is derivative, bland, uninspired, phoned-in, and boring. Warcraft is all of these things, not just awful but utterly forgettable.