Regardless of whether the writers, directors, actors, editors, cinematographers or producers have any talent or skill, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" is not a real movie. It's a two hour long commercial for the tie-in merchandise, which we're supposed to buy.
"Dragon Tiger Gate" enflamed my wrath not because it's terrible (it's not), but because it tricked me into thinking that I would be entertained. The first act is pretty awesome, but just as you let its warmth wash over you, the second act arrives and it's numbingly cold...and then the third act drenches you with piss and semen.
"Scorpion Thunderbolt" is so insane that you begin wondering if the movie is perfectly normal and you are the one who is insane. After all, anyone who would watch the flick in its entirety must have a broken mind...
Personally, I felt "Seven Swords" came from Tsui Hark's bowels rather than his brain and I have no idea what the appeal is supposed to be. Yes, it's passable- and sometimes even exceptional- on a technical level but it suffers from every problem which usually accompanies films that were intended to be four hours long.
"The Purge: Anarchy" ended up being pretty entertaining. I'm not calling it a good movie, but I thought it was more fun than the previous film and it explored the admittedly creative idea a little bit more too.