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Truly wonderful ones are given the “certified fresh” stamp of approval, while the lowest-rated movies are deemed “rotten.” We do plenty of talking about the best of the best in cinematic history, but what about the worst of the worst?
From awful sequels like Jaws: The Revenge, to a Jim Carrey dark thriller, to a whole lot of John Travolta, here’s a look at the worst movies on Rotten Tomatoes. The third movie in the Bad News Bears trilogy followed the underdog little league team of the title to Japan, where they faced new rivals.
Mac and Me also received four Razzie nominations, and Ronald Mc Donald won for Worst New Star.
Even former ’80s heartthrobs Corey Feldman and Corey Haim couldn’t save this movie—and once you hear the plot, you’ll understand why.
Panned for the lack of chemistry between the miscast leads, The Slugger’s Wife couldn’t even redeem itself as a great sports movie.
According to TV Guide, “It is one of the most disappointing, least credible films about baseball in recent memory.” A movie about gymnasts trying make it to the Olympics would seem to be the perfect vehicle for an actual gold medal-winning gymnast.
On Tuesday, the has a too-perfect protagonist in T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), a warrior-king who must be a politician, a ruler, a son, and a superhero, all at once.“In the context of the place United States finds itself today, and where it has come from, Boseman knows he can’t wise-crack his way through the film in the fashion of, for example, Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark,” Power writes, “and the responsibility to be at all times sincere weighs on him.”Ultimately, Power says that “spirals into a stodgy tale of internecine feuding,” and that T’Challa doesn’t really get to be a superhero besides the few action scenes. Power does show awareness that there are unusual expectations placed on a mega-budget superhero film that is doing the unusual thing of having a mostly black cast play African heroes in an African world, but he seems to diminish the significance of that imagery.
Comparisons to DC’s Man of Steel aren’t without merit.
This comedy stars Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette as a married couple whose home is overrun by unwanted houseguests.
Hijinks ensue as the twosome attempt to oust the usurpers.
But five years later, Bolero made her a laughingstock.
Written and directed by her husband John Derek, Bolero had its leading lady traipsing around the globe for the sole purpose of finding a man to sleep with.It’s about an elderly couple who transport themselves into the bodies of two high-schoolers, Bobby Keller (Feldman) and the object of his affection, Lainie (Meredith Salenger).