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30 Movies With the Lowest Rotten Tomatoes Scores of All Time

The Room (2003)

The Room (2003)

The Room is a drama by Tommy Wiseau. It’s known throughout the world as being the worst movie ever made, and we agree. It’s a special kind of bad, though. The Room makes you want to watch it. It draws you in. In fact, so many people love The Room that the movie had a movie made about it. In 2017, James and Dave Franco teamed up with Seth Rogan to make a movie called The Disaster Artist that chronicled making The Room.

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Catwoman (2004)

Catwoman (2004)

If you love superheroes, you’ll hate Catwoman. Halle Berry gave us a Catwoman that looks like something you’d find in a men’s magazine, not out fighting crime. (Seriously, who fights crime in high heels?) It was so bad that DC Comics had to distance itself from the movie. That’s impressive because DC can’t even make good movies anymore.

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Generation Um… (2013)

Generation Um… (2013)

“Um…” Is exactly what we said when we saw that Keanu Reeves had starred in this movie. It’s a movie about three sad people facing existential gloom. It’s the most downtrodden movie you can find.

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The Nutcracker in 3D (2010)

The Nutcracker in 3D (2010)

When Christmas rolls around, you prepare yourself for an onslaught of advertisements for The Nutcracker ballet in theaters everywhere. However, in 2010, we got a break. Well, kind of. We actually got a terrible Nutcracker movie with no ballet. Holiday movies are bad, but this one made us miss people dancing in tights.

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Mulan II (2003)

Mulan II (2003)

What does Disney do when it finds something great? It bleeds it dry. In the original Mulan, we get a strong woman capable of actually doing something. In Mulan II, we get four women who find that the best thing they can do is to marry a man. Because women are unable to do things; only men can. Audiences knew that was wrong, so this movie flopped hard.

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Jaws: The Revenge (1987)

Jaws: The Revenge (1987)

Jaws is great. We know that. Jaws: The Revenge… eh, not so much. In it, you see the wife of the main character in the other three Jaws movies (Why were there so many made?) refuse to move away from the beach even though sharks keep attacking her family. Considering there are only 16 U.S. shark attacks every year, the Brody family should consider themselves extremely unlucky.

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Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991)

Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991)

After seeing how many mediocre reviews the original Blue Lagoon movie got, Hollywood decided it didn’t have any better ideas than making a second one. In it, you get to watch kids going through puberty without the help of parents, textbooks, or the internet. If that’s not enticing enough, you also get to see them fall in love, do the thing that follows falling in love, and feel exceptionally uncomfortable because, well, the main characters are children. It's an awkward and boring movie no one asked for.

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Mac and Me (1988)

Mac and Me (1988)

Look, we all loved E.T. Maybe it was because of the lovable kids. It might have had something to do with amazing the adventure they had. We definitely loved E.T. himself. Mac and Me had none of those things. It’s got a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Look Who’s Talking Now (1993)

Look Who’s Talking Now (1993)

The '90s sure did love their dog movies, even if they were all cheesy. This was the third installment to one of those talking-dog franchises, and it didn’t have the mediocre splash other dog movies did. It hit the ground with a thud, costing the studio millions in the process.

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National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers (2004)

National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers (2004)

National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers is a movie that nobody wants. It’s a weird film where two young men marry two wealthy older women so they can get rich when their wives die. It was only in theaters for a week before businesses realized Gold Diggers wasn’t going to pay anybody’s bills.

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Pinocchio (2002)

Pinocchio (2002)

If there’s one thing Americans love watching more than remakes of classic movies, it’s foreign remakes of classic movies dubbed over in English. Normally, a foreign movie wouldn’t even be on any American’s radar, but this film tried to go to theaters. Twice. As a result, critics tore it to shreds.

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Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever (2002)

Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever (2002)

In 2002, Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu starred in this memorable action film. To be clear, it’s memorable because it’s Rotten Tomatoes’ worst movie. Over 100 critics have pitched in to secure its 0% rating.

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Surfer, Dude (2008)

Surfer, Dude (2008)

Matthew McConaughey is about as Texan as any Hollywood actor gets. He handles rustic roles with ease, which leaves us wondering why anybody chose McConaughey for the role of a laid-back surfer. It just didn’t fit him.

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Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987)

Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987)

Generally, if you see the number four in the title, you shouldn’t bother wasting your money on the movie. Sure, people loved the original Police Academy. They may have put up with the second and the third installment, but really? A fourth? Even the name screams “We’re running out of ideas here!”

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Staying Alive (1983)

Staying Alive (1983)

When you think of Sylvester Stallone, what do you think of? If the answer is not “dancing,” then you missed the mark. Yes, the man who played Rocky wrote, directed, and produced this dance film in the early '80s. Is anybody surprised that it flopped?

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Ridiculous 6 (2015)

Ridiculous 6 (2015)

Ridiculous 6 is an Adam Sandler movie. That should be enough to explain why it’s so bad. If it’s not, know that it’s a comedy movie that’s just not funny. It just kind of meanders through the desert it’s filmed in. Trust us and all of the other critics: watch anything else on Netflix. Ridiculous 6 is not worth your time.

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Max Steel (2016)

Max Steel (2016)

In the late '90s, Mattel came out with the Max Steel action figure. In 2016, the character Max Steel got to add his name to the growing list of horrible superhero origin movies. It’s rushed and poorly made, but maybe that’s because they didn’t even put a month into filming.

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Highlander 2: The Quickening (1991)

Highlander 2: The Quickening (1991)

It’s 1994. The ozone layer will be gone in mere months. Millions of people are dying. (People are dying in Africa, of course. Bad things don’t happen anywhere else.) Connor MacLeod’s wife’s dying wish is for him to fix the ozone layer. He does. He also somehow achieves immortality by cutting off people’s heads, traveling to a different planet, and contradicting numerous major plot points of the first movie.

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Shadow Conspiracy (1997)

Shadow Conspiracy (1997)

Shadow Conspiracy feels like a thriller written by a 9th-grade film student who managed to get ahold of Charlie Sheen, Donald Sutherland, and Linda Hamilton. We’re surprised their careers weren’t ruined in the crossfire of the cheesy action scenes and overly simple plot. It’s a movie we want to forget soon.

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Killing Me Softly (2002)

Killing Me Softly (2002)

Killing Me Softly is an erotic thriller directed by the acclaimed Chinese director Chen Kaige. It is the only film Kaige has ever produced in English. We hope his Chinese films are better than this clunky movie. 

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Dark Crimes (2016)

Dark Crimes (2016)

Jim Carrey may have starred in some great movies, but Dark Crimes is not one of them. Even with a riveting true story there to follow, this detective movie is lifeless.

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Precious Cargo (2016)

Precious Cargo (2016)

Bruce Willis may be a distinguished author, but he’s still human. Precious Cargo is about as clichéd as a heist movie can get. Willis did nothing to make the film any better.

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Redline (2007)

Redline (2007)

Redline was a flop, but it did manage to give a good bit of foreshadowing about the lives of the people who made it. In the movie, rich street racers bet millions on their high-stakes racing. Luxury racing cars are destroyed, and racers go millions of dollars in debt. Similarly, the cars used to film the movie were destroyed in real life, and the producer was sued into bankruptcy.

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Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1993)

Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1993)

The Death Wish franchise began in the early '70s and garnered a loyal following. However, by the time they got around to making the fifth movie almost 20 years later, the plot had been stretched thin, the cast was uninterested, and the movie felt as flat as a day-old coke.

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Gotti (2018)

Gotti (2018)

John Gotti, the leader of the infamous Gambino crime family, lead a fascinating life. 16 years after his death, John Travolta tried to star in a film that covered Gotti’s life in broad strokes. It didn’t even begin to do the crime boss justice.

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One Missed Call (2008)

One Missed Call (2008)

One Missed Call is an American remake of a Japanese horror film made just five years prior. This film was a boring horror movie about as exciting as missing a call from an unknown number.

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Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (2014)

Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (2014)

Pudsey the Dog: The Movie is a confusing, rambling movie with no direction. It’s supposed to be a clichéd children’s movie about a talking dog, but it manages to miss that low bar. The movie is too boring for toddlers to enjoy and too cheesy for the rest of us. We’re left with a movie that’s definitely not fun for the whole family. 

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InAPPropriate Comedy (2013)

InAPPropriate Comedy (2013)

InAPPropriate Comedy was written by “the ShamWow Guy” Vince Offer, but nobody saw it coming. It’s a brutal, offensive comedic sketch movie that never knew how to be funny. It’s a waste of everybody’s time.

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Wagons East! (1994)

Wagons East! (1994)

Not only is Wagons West! one of the worst movies of all time, it’s also considered the single worst Western movie ever made. It was John Candy’s final film before his premature death, and it wasn’t the best note to end on.

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A Thousand Words (2012)

A Thousand Words (2012)

There’s no denying that Eddie Murphy is an extremely funny guy. In A Thousand Words, somebody had the great idea to take away his voice. In doing so, they took away everything that’s funny about Murphy.

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