Special Report

100 Worst Movies of All Time

Source: Warner Bros.

30. Fair Game (1995)
> Genre: Action, Crime, Romance
> Directed by: Andrew Sipes
> Starring: William Baldwin, Cindy Crawford, Steven Berkoff

KGB assassins, a maverick Miami cop, and supermodel Cindy Crawford in her feature debut couldn’t bring life to this “howlingly bad” (ReelViews) would-be thriller.

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29. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)
> Genre: Action, Crime, Sci-Fi
> Directed by: Wych Kaosayananda
> Starring: Antonio Banderas, Lucy Liu, Talisa Soto

“Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever” is an action film starring Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu. The inept film – as it is referred to by critics consensus on Rotten Tomatoes – was a box office bomb and currently has a 0% critics rating on the site.

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28. I Know Who Killed Me (2007)
> Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
> Directed by: Chris Sivertson
> Starring: Lindsay Lohan, Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough

“Gruesomely tawdry and inept” (Entertainment Weekly), “Incoherent and semi-vile” (the Chicago Tribune), “Pretentious and inane” (The New York Times) — this stinker represents what critics consensus on Rotten Tomatoes calls “a career nadir for all involved.”

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27. Epic Movie (2007)
> Genre: Adventure, Comedy
> Directed by: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
> Starring: Kal Penn, Jennifer Coolidge, Fred Willard

“Epic Movie” is yet another spoof film that failed to connect with critics, earning a mere 2% Freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The directors’ other films include “Disaster Movie” and “Vampires Suck,” both of which also appear on the list of worst movies.

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26. Fifty Shades of Black (2016)
> Genre: Comedy
> Directed by: Michael Tiddes
> Starring: Marlon Wayans, Kali Hawk, Fred Willard

“Fifty Shades of Black” is a spoof film from director Michael Tiddes and star Marlon Wayans that plays on “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Despite Wayans’ long filmography of this kind of parody films, he does not seem to be improving upon his craft, with critics finding this film less funny than the movie it’s parodying.

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25. Caddyshack II (1988)
> Genre: Comedy, Sport
> Directed by: Allan Arkush
> Starring: Jackie Mason, Robert Stack, Dyan Cannon

A “lazy, laughless script and uninspired direction,” according to the Rotten Tomatoes critics consensus, torpedo this lame follow-up to the popular Chevy Chase/Rodney Dangerfield original.

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24. The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)
> Genre: Comedy, Action, Sci-Fi
> Directed by: Ron Underwood
> Starring: Eddie Murphy, Jay Mohr, Randy Quaid

This notorious box-office bomb stars Eddie Murphy “on autopilot” as a nightclub owner on the moon. “A paralyzingly dopey mess,” said the Philadelphia Inquirer. Stephen Hunter in the Washington Post called it “pure blankness,” adding, “It’s not forgettable…because there’s nothing to forget.”

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23. Stan Helsing (2009)
> Genre: Comedy, Horror
> Directed by: Bo Zenga
> Starring: Steve Howey, Diora Baird, Kenan Thompson

Abraham Van Helsing was the fictional vampire hunter in the classic horror novel “Dracula.” Stan, his supposed descendent, is a video-store clerk who ends up fighting a host of famous movie monsters in what The New York Times called a “shockingly bad movie.”

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22. The Master of Disguise (2002)
> Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
> Directed by: Perry Andelin Blake
> Starring: Dana Carvey, Jennifer Esposito, Harold Gould

“The Master of Disguise” is a comedy film starring Dana Carvey as a secret agent named Pistachio Disguisey. The film only has one positive review out of the 104 collected by Rotten Tomatoes.

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21. Baby Geniuses (1999)
> Genre: Comedy, Crime, Family
> Directed by: Bob Clark
> Starring: Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd, Kim Cattrall

Criticized for its “hokey dialogue and witless physical gags,” this laugh-poor comedy was described by Canada’s Globe and Mail as “about as endearing as unanesthetized gum surgery.” Remarkably, it actually spawned four sequels.