These Movies Were Just Too Bad… (40 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       25 Sep 2020       2974       9 GALLERY VIEW

Bad enough to earn whopping 0% on “Rotten Tomatoes”…

 

“Bolero” (1984)

“Jaws: The Revenge” (1987)

“Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol” (1987)

“Mac and Me” (1988)

“Return of the Living Dead Part II” (1988)

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“Problem Child” (1990)

“Highlander 2: The Quickening” (1991)

“Return to the Blue Lagoon” (1991)

“Folks!” (1992)

“Look Who’s Talking Now!” (1993)

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“A Low Down Dirty Shame” (1994)

“Wagons East!” (1994)

“Shadow Conspiracy” (1997)

“Simon Sez” (1999)

“3 Strikes” (2000)

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“Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever” (2002)

“Derailed” (2002)

“Killing Me Softly” (2002)

“Merci Docteur Rey” (2002)

“Pinocchio” (2002)

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“National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers” (2003)

“Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2” (2004)

“Constellation” (2005)

“Redline” (2007)

“One Missed Call” (2008)

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“Homecoming” (2009)

“Stolen” (2009)

“Transylmania” (2009)

“The Nutcracker in 3D” (2010)

“Dark Tide” (2012)

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“A Thousand Words” (2012)

“The Ridiculous 6” (2015)

“Cabin Fever” (2016)

“Dark Crimes” (2016)

“The Disappointments Room” (2016)

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“Max Steel” (2016)

“Stratton” (2017)

“Gotti” (2018)

“John Henry” (2020)

“The Last Days of American Crime” (2020)

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Elze 8 month s ago
#40 Oh the irony! 36
       
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Claes 8 month s ago
Who the [email protected]#K cares what Rotten Tomatoes think?
       
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Jacobus 8 month s ago
Muggles! 35
       
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Silvester 8 month s ago
the same rotten tomatoes gave the p*dofile movie ''cuties'' 85%so theres that
       
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Rudolph 8 month s ago
Never seen any of 'em. Read a review of Gotti and considering that, I'm glad.
       
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ZombieDarwin 8 month s ago
#8 I must disagree with ROTLD II. While it wasn't spectacular, it was pretty good.

Well, maybe "pretty good" is a bit much. Let's try "passable".

Definitely better than 0%. Perhaps 40%.
       
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Rupert 8 month s ago
0 percent means that no critic gave them a positive review, not that it scores 0 out of 100. Besides, with RT, I'm more interested in the audience score than what a bunch of sheep, afraid to say: "this is good" think.
       
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Jake 8 month s ago
That's why Hollywood just continues to make "sequels" or Comic Book Movies, thankfully Covid is going to be limiting Hollywood's output for awhile
       
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Thursa 8 month s ago
Just the standard Netflix library when all the good stuff leaves or the 99 cent bin at goodwill.
       
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