90. Miss March (2009)
> Genre: Comedy, Romance
> Directed by: Zach Cregger, Trevor Moore
> Starring: Zach Cregger, Trevor Moore, Raquel Alessi
“Miss March” is a teen rom-com about a young man in high school who falls into a coma before his senior prom and awakens four years later to discover his ex-girlfriend has posed for Playboy. Critics Consensus on Rotten Tomatoes said that “even by the modest standards of the teen sex comedy genre, the crass, poorly made ‘Miss March’ misses the mark.” Little wonder the film — written, directed, and starring Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore — only has a 5% Freshness rating among Rotten Tomatoes critics.
89. Look Who’s Talking Now (1993)
> Genre: Comedy, Family, Romance
> Directed by: Tom Ropelewski
> Starring: John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, David Gallagher
“Look Who’s Talking Now” is the third film in the Look Who’s Talking trilogy. The film differs from its preceding chapters in that it gives voices to the protagonist couple’s pet dogs. This development wasn’t enough to win over critics, not a single one of whom has been recorded on Rotten Tomatoes as giving the film a positive review. The movie was a box office bomb, grossing $10.3 million on an estimated production budget of $22 million.
88. Ultraviolet (2006)
> Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
> Directed by: Kurt Wimmer
> Starring: Milla Jovovich, Cameron Bright, Nick Chinlund
Milla Jovovich stars in this sci-fi flick in which a new disease gives superhuman powers to those it infects. Only 8% of critics reviewing the movie listed on Rotten Tomatoes liked it, with the site’s Critics Consensus calling it “inept in every regard.” Writer-director Kurt Wimmer would go on to work on the screenplays for the “Point Break” (2015) and “Total Recall” (2012) remakes.
87. Who’s Your Caddy? (2007)
> Genre: Comedy, Sport
> Directed by: Don Michael Paul
> Starring: Big Boi, Jeffrey Jones, Terry Crews
Big Boi of the hip-hop duo Outkast stars alongside Jeffrey Jones and Terry Crews in this comedy about an Atlanta rap mogul who meets resistance when trying to join an elite golf club. Only 6% of critics liked the “juvenile, uninspired retread of ‘Caddyshack'” (Rotten Tomatoes’ Critics Consensus), while a much higher share — 59% — of the nearly 41,000 audience members on the site gave it a positive vote. IMDb users were less generous, delivering an overall rating of 2.2 out of 10.
86. The Layover (2017)
> Genre: Comedy, Romance
> Directed by: William H. Macy
> Starring: Kate Upton, Alexandra Daddario, Matt Barr
Oscar-nominated actor William H. Macy (“Fargo”) stepped into the director’s chair for this 2017 rom-com about two friends competing for one man’s affections after their flight is delayed. While 22% of audiences on Rotten Tomatoes liked the movie, not a single critic gave it a positive review. The experience prompted critic Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times to question, “How could William H. Macy direct such an unholy mess?”
85. Wing Commander (1999)
> Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
> Directed by: Chris Roberts
> Starring: Freddie Prinze Jr., Matthew Lillard, Saffron Burrows
“Wing Commander” is based on a series of popular video games focused on a galactic fighter squadron. This sci-fi flick faltered and is “formulaic, humdrum and sometimes unintentionally laughable,” according to Godfrey Cheshire of Variety. The film had a budget of $30 million and was a box-office disaster.
84. The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) (2011)
> Genre: Horror
> Directed by: Tom Six
> Starring: Laurence R. Harvey, Ashlynn Yennie, Maddi Black
Critics disliked this sequel to the gross-out cult classic, less for its shocking content than for being — in the words of Rotten Tomatoes’ Critics Consensus — “obnoxious and annoying.” “The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)” received a 29% Freshness rating among critics and a 23% rating among audiences. The film grossed just under $142,000 at the domestic box office and was awarded Worst Film at horror magazine Fangoria’s Chainsaw Awards.
83. Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)
> Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime
> Directed by: Jan de Bont
> Starring: Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe
“Speed,” starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, was a critically acclaimed, Oscar-winning thrill ride when it was released in 1994. Three years later, the thrill was gone from the sequel, which did not have Reeves. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal said “Speed 2 is frantic action, tinny dialogue, perfunctory characterization and tried-and-false plot pilferings.” It holds a 4% Freshness rating among Rotten Tomatoes critics and the film “won” the 1998 Razzie for Worst Remake or Sequel.
82. Batman & Robin (1997)
> Genre: Action, Sci-Fi
> Directed by: Joel Schumacher
> Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Chris O’Donnell
Joel Schumacher’s campy “Batman & Robin” (1997) is an infamously weak entry in the generally popular Batman franchise, receiving only positive reviews from 11% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes. A slightly larger share of audience members liked it — 16%. George Clooney, who starred as Batman alongside major talent, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Uma Thurman, later told the Hollywood Reporter that he “wasn’t good in it” and “it wasn’t a good film.”
81. Piranha 3DD (2012)
> Genre: Comedy, Horror
> Directed by: John Gulager
> Starring: Danielle Panabaker, Ving Rhames, David Hasselhoff
“Piranha 3DD” increases the gore and self-parody of the earlier “Piranha 3D” to disappointing effect. The result is a horror-comedy that few find either scary or funny. On Rotten Tomatoes, only 14% of critics and 22% of audiences gave the 3D movie — which was nominated for numerous worst movie awards — positive reviews.