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These are the most Hated movies according to critics:
Johnny Depp is a dying professor who becomes a rebellious party animal in this flick Screen International’s Fionnuala Halligan calls “a bad film.”
There isn’t an official critical consensus just yet, but The Professor currently sits at a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes and has a 37% on Metacritic.
In college speak, that means you’re failing. 😬
Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
Keanu Reeves is a scientist obsessed with bringing back his family members who died in a traffic accident. Spoiler alert! It’s real bad.
The flick currently has a 6% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 17% on Metacritic.
New York Magazine (Vulture) reviewer Emily Yoshida says: “It would be the stuff of future cult screenings if it wasn’t so boring and muddled.”
Ouch! Sorry, Keanu.
They made another Hellboy movie! No, there’s no Ron Perlman or Guillermo del Toro this time.
It stars that detective from Stranger Things, so… fans are a *little* disappointed. Recasting a popular lead is never a good look.
Critics are disappointed too: The third live-action installment in the Hellboy franchise has a mere 13% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 31% on Metacritic.
“The race for worst movie of the year is heating up,” says New York Post film reviewer Johnny Oleksinski. “You could even say it’s hotter than hell, now that Hellboy has taken the lead. This awful, disgusting, unfunny, idiotically plotted comic book flick offends the senses as much as the rankest subway car on the hottest summer day.”
Teen sex drama After, based on the book by Anna Todd, is about a “good girl” college student who falls for a “bad boy.”
We won’t tell you how it ends… just that the movie is horrible.
It has a 14% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 31% on Metacritic.
Movie Nation‘s Roger Moore says: “It’s a serious-minded first-real-love/first sexual experience coming-of-age drama which takes forever to make anything happen, and when it does (the ‘big reveal’), it’s so lame as to make you weigh your life up to this point, and what inspired you to waste 105 minutes on this drivel.”
United Artists Releasing
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star as two scam artists who tried to convince us all that this is a funny movie.
Spoilers: It’s not.
The Playlist‘s Kimber Myers describes this Dirty Rotten Scoundrels rip-off as: “profoundly stupid and it treats its audience as though they’re even less intelligent than it is.”
The Hustle has a 16% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 36% on Metacritic.
A Madea Family Funeral
Tyler Perry says this is his last movie in the Madea Cinematic Universe, and for good reason: Everything that was fun about this character is gone.
This is one film franchise that isn’t going out with a bang.
With a 13% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 39% on Metacritic, Madea Family Funeral is one of the most panned Madea movies besides Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween.
“Boring characters boringly-played” is what Movie Nation‘s Roger Moore had to say about it.
Oscar winners Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in what’s sure to not be an Oscar winner, Serenity.
Mystery’s afoot in this “things are not what they seem” drama with a lazy, unsatisfying twist.
The flick has a 23% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 38% on Metacritic.
Laments Observer film reviewer Rex Reed: “The new year is not even a month old, but a hunk of junk called Serenity already qualifies as the worst film of 2019. Both moronically written and directed with shocking, amateurish ineptitude by Stephen Knight.”
Men in Black: International
Remember the first three Men in Black flicks, with Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones battling aliens, cracking jokes and bringing us to tears at the end of MiB3?
This is NOT one of those movies.
Avengers co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson have reunited to waste your time with this MiB reboot that currently has a 25% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 39% on Metacritic.
New York Post critic Johnny Oleksinski will tell you all you need to know about this unfunny film: “It is the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull of MiB — but somehow the aliens here are even worse.”
A married couple buying their Napa Valley dream home is terrorized by creepy seller Dennis Quaid in this horror flop.
The Intruder has a 29% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 39% on Metacritic.
Richard Roeper, of the Chicago Sun-Times, says: “The Intruder is next-level dopey. Every single character in this film, including the villain, is irritatingly, maddeningly dumb. Nearly every scene is practically an invitation for the audience to talk back to the screen and ask these people if they’ve lost their minds.”
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Spoiler alert: Jean Grey’s superpower is earning a 23% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 43% on Metacritic.
Unfortunately, even a star-studded cast, featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Jessica Chastain, can’t save this Phoenix standalone starring Sophie Turner.
“Dark Phoenix doesn’t just suck big time,” says Rolling Stone film reviewer Peter Travers, “It’s the worst movie ever in the X-Men series.”
Paramount Home Media Distribution
Wonder Park? More like, we wonder why they made this movie.
This uninspired animated flick may distract your little ones for 85 minutes, but it’s not going to become a classic anytime soon.
This box office flop received a 29% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 46% on Metacritic and Mark Kennedy (The Associated Press) says it “crashes hard.”
“If you pass this amusement park, skip it.”
This comedy about a cheerleading squad at a retirement community will make you stand up and
Poms, starring Diane Keaton, has 32% on Rotten Tomatoes and 37% on Metacritic.
The Hollywood Reporter‘s Beandrea July labels it “equal parts boring and infuriating.”
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Formerly titled Merchandising!, this animated movie with a 30% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 39% on Metacritic is a dud that the whole family won’t enjoy.
G. Allen Johnson, of the San Francisco Chronicle, doesn’t hold back in this review: “UglyDolls is a mind-numbing, low-rent version of Toy Story, with saccharine songs and a plot with echoes of, no kidding, the Holocaust. If you’re under 10, you might like it.”
Yikes! That is ugly.
Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez is wonderful… this Hollywood remake of a 2011 Mexican film is not.
With a 32% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and a 39% on Metacritic, this subpar action flick about cross-border crime just isn’t worth your time.
IndieWire‘s Jude Dry says: “With every note as predictable as the next, the movie just blends into a discordant mess.”
The verdict? This TV star definitely has movie star potential—but this movie’s not going to get her there.
The fifth Shaft film is here, and like a lot of summer sequels, it did not need to happen.
There are three Shafts (Samuel L. Jackson, Richard Roundtree and Jessie Usher) and zero laughs in this action comedy, which has a 36% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 44% on Metacritic.
“This Shaft is a bad mother all right, and it’d be better if he just shut his mouth,” says Chicago Tribune critic Katie Walsh.
Shots. Fired. 😱
What’s the upside to Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston’s The Upside?
Well, it only has a 38% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 45% on Metacritic. So it’s not good, but it could be worse.
Derek Smith (Slant Magazine) labels it “preachy and tiresome.” You know, kind of like Kevin Hart’s apology tour.