Monday , 23 October 2017

2016 Movies That Received The Lowest Scores From Film Critics

The movies listed below have been named by different notable critics as being among the worst films ever made.

25. “Alice Through the Looking Glass”

Metacritic score: 34/100

What a critic said: “I removed my eyeballs from my head as soon as I got back from ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ and cleaned them in a sink.” — RogerEbert.com

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24. “Ice Age: Collision Course”

Metacritic score: 34/100

What a critic said: “It’s time to put this franchise on ice for good.” — Time Out London

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23. “Zoolander 2”

Metacritic score: 34/100


What a critic said: “The first film scored a few palpable hits, but the new one barely makes the effort.” — The New Yorker

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22. “The 5th Wave”

Metacritic score: 33/100

What a critic said: ‘”‘The 5th Wave’ is a typical example of the kind of dopey junk that passes for literature among today’s unsophisticated teens.” — The New York Observer

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21. “The Divergent Series: Allegiant”

Metacritic score: 33/100

What a critic said: “But above all of the tiresome, poorly constructed mythology, nonexistent stakes, and presentation of subtext as text, ‘Allegiant”s greatest sin is its total contempt for its viewers.” — The Film Stage

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20. “Independence Day: Resurgence”

Metacritic score: 32/100

What a critic said: “There’s no heart in this movie, no urgency.” — The Playlist

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19. “Ride Along 2”

Metacritic score: 32/100

What a critic said: “The plot is paint by numbers, which puts pressure on the comedy to deliver. But it doesn’t.” — The Washington Post

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18. “Warcraft”

Metacritic score: 32/100

What a critic said: “This is truly a depressing experience. It’s rare to feel such pity for a major studio movie, but watching ‘Warcraft’ bend over backwards to set up a sequel is like watching a desperate paramedic apply CPR to someone who’s clearly been dead for hours. He’s gone. He’s gone. Let it go.” — Indiewire

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17. “Get a Job”

Metacritic score: 31/100

What a critic said: “Brutally cynical, largely unfunny film fueled by muddled social commentary.” — The Film Stage

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16. “Boo! A Madea Halloween”

Metacritic score: 30/100

What a critic said: “Madea remains a distinctive, weirdly compelling character. Maybe someday Perry will make a good comedy for her.” — The A.V. Club

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15. “Fifty Shades of Black”

Metacritic score: 28/100

What a critic said: “A slapdash movie that’s more unbearable than the heavy-breathing best-seller and its emotionally timid screen adaptation.” — The Wrap

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14. “London Has Fallen”

Metacritic score: 28/100

What a critic said: “The action never stops once the first car bomb is triggered, but the second half of ‘London Has Fallen’ takes place mostly in the dark, where nobody can see the budget.” — The Village Voice

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13. “When the Bough Breaks”

Metacritic score: 28/100

What a critic said: “There’s not an ounce of suspense in any of this, because you’ve seen it all before.” — The New York Times

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12. “Nina”

Metacritic score: 27/100

What a critic said: “A new low for the musical biopic genre.” — The Wrap

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11. “The Choice”

Metacritic score: 26/100

What a critic said: “Most of these films say, in cinematic terms, nothing so complicated as ‘roses are red.’ This one just points to a garden and shrugs.” — Slant Magazine

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10. “Man Down”

Metacritic score: 26/100

What a critic said: “‘Man Down’ is a bad film, but it’s made even worse by the taste it will leave in your mouth regarding its silly handling of a very serious issue.” — RogerEbert.com

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9. “Gods of Egypt”

Metacritic score: 25/100

What a critic said: “‘Gods of Egypt’ is an epic — an epic disaster.” — San Francisco Chronicle

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8. “The Sea of Trees”
Metacritic score: 23/100

What a critic said: “Not even Matthew McConaughey can sustain the mushy, amateurish story, which digs itself a deeper hole as it moves along.” — Indiewire

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7. “Yoga Hosers”

Metacritic score: 23/100

What a critic said: “Even fans who’ve stuck with Smith for two decades may draw the line at this outing.” — The Hollywood Reporter

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6. “Search Party”

Metacritic score: 22/100

What a critic said: “This spectacularly dumb and unfunny film will likely bore even the staunchest fans of the ‘Hangover’ movies.” — The Los Angeles Times

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5. “Max Steel”

Metacritic score: 22/100

What a critic said: “Drearily lame time-waster.” — Variety

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4. “Norm of the North”

Metacritic score: 21/100

What a critic said: “With plot elements cobbled together from recent animated hits, the blandly executed pic might as well be titled ‘Happy Minions of Madagascar’s Ice Age.'” — Variety

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3. “Dirty Grandpa”

Metacritic score: 18/100

What a critic said: “If ‘Dirty Grandpa’ isn’t the worst movie of 2016, I have some serious cinematic torture in my near future.” — Chicago Sun-Times

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2. “Mother’s Day”

Metacritic score: 18/100

What a critic said: “’Mother’s Day’ is the cinematic equivalent of spilling boiling hot coffee on your mother when you bring her burnt toast for breakfast in bed.” — The Playlist

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1. “Nine Lives”

Metacritic score: 11/100

What a critic said: “At 87 torturous, laugh-free minutes, the film could change the most avid cat fancier into a kitty hater.” — Rolling Stone

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