While investigating their town's infamous past, several high-school students unwitting unleash an evil spirit that possesses the bodies of its victims.
There are many ways to determine the best and worst movies of the year. You can look at movie reviews — Rotten Tomatoes has Kirby Dick's The Invisible War at the top of the list with a rating of 100% and the Eddie Murphy vehicle A Thousand Words at the bottom with a rating of 0% — or you can tabulate box office receipts — The Avengers is the clear leader with global sales in excess of $1.46 million, while Playback starring Christian Slater earned just $264 (that's no typo!). But, we at Reelz know that the opinions of the moviegoing public — your opinions — matter just as much as those of the critics and bean-counters, which is why we took to the streets to ask which movies were the best and the worst of the year (so far).
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