Special Report

The 25 Worst Movies of All Time

Source: Courtesy of Summit Entertainment

25. Furry Vengeance (2010)
> Genre: Comedy, Family
> Director: Roger Kumble
> Starring: Brendan Fraser, Brooke Shields, Ricky Garcia, Eugene Cordero
> Gross: $17.6 million

Brendan Fraser plays a developer of a subdivision in Oregon who meets his match when woodland creatures rally to thwart the project. Critics gave this environmentally sympathetic flick a 7% Freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Writing for Time Out, critic Lisa Rosman said, “The lone saving grace of the film was that the animals don’t talk.”

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24. Ouija (2014)
> Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
> Director: Stiles White
> Starring: Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Daren Kagasoff, Bianca A. Santos
> Gross: $50.9 million

“Ouija” follows several friends who contact an ancient spirit while playing an antique board game. “There are rent prices in Monopoly that are more frightening,” according to Josh Goller of the Spectrum Goller. Only 6% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a positive review.

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23. Scary Movie V (2013)
> Genre: Comedy, Horror
> Director: Malcolm D. Lee, David Zucker
> Starring: Simon Rex, Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan
> Gross: $32.0 million

The Wayans brothers developed The Scary Movie franchise, which parodied the horror film genre and included cameo appearances by stars. But the comedy formula was spent by the film’s fifth iteration, which holds a 4% Rotten Tomatoes Freshness rating. The Rotten Tomatoes Critics Consensus pillories “Scary Movie 5” as “juvenile even by Scary Movie standards.”

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22. The Emoji Movie (2017)
> Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
> Director: Tony Leondis
> Starring: T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris, Maya Rudolph
> Gross: $86.1 million

The animated movie, starring the voices of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris, and Maya Rudolph, is little more than a commercial for an app. Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph said the film was “around nine tenths product placement, at least 15 tenths abysmal, and pulsates with molten cynicism on every imaginable level.” His critic colleagues agreed, and “The Emoji Movie” has a 7% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie has a 3.3 rating out of 10 among IMDb users.

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