‘Spirited Away’ and ‘Eternal Sunshine of Spotless Mind’ were just some of the most notable films that the 2000s had birthed. While these titles were unforgettable because of the impeccable cinematography and storyline, that decade had also given the audience some of the worst movies.
Many fans saw these pictures unforgettable for not-so-great reasons and although this topic is subjective, here we list some of the most poorly rated in Rotten Tomatoes:
After Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg released ‘Meet The Spartan’ and ‘Date Movie,’ the duo directed another spoof, 2008’s ‘Disaster Movie.’ The parody film gave a ton of references to a lot of movies, including ‘Cloverfield’ and ‘High School Musical,’ and although many famous faces like Carmen Electra and Kim Kardashian graced the picture, it still failed to hit the mark.
Critics only gave ‘Disaster Movie’ 1 percent while the audience, 21 percent. A lot of viewers didn’t find the film funny at all.
The thing with films based on comics is that many fans tend to really make a comparison as to how the movie was created. After all, one simply cannot degrade its source material that is usually creatively made.
In 2004’s ‘Catwoman,’ Halle Berry stepped on the role of the DC character. Despite the promising cast, the movie garnered an audience score of 18 percent and critics’ rating of 9 percent. Viewers thought the picture was cheesy and corny.
This 2002 flick had a very promising script, many viewers would agree, but it had too many futile scare attempts. Others feel the pacing was too slow for a horror genre.
The movie revolved around a detective looking into the case of four deaths and interestingly, the victims were all killed after they logged on the same website. Rotten Tomatoes critic score is only 3 percent while the audience rating is at 18 percent.
‘Scar’ tells the story of Joan who goes back to her small town after she survived a series of killings many years ago. She was ready to start life anew in the place, but unfortunately, she soon realized that she couldn’t escape her past as new murders began surfacing.
This 2007 movie starring Angela Bettis garnered a low rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics giving it a painful 0 percent, and the audience a meek 11 percent. Many commenters felt the cast’s acting was terrible and that the storytelling was poorly done.
This British comedy may be hard to remember and that is probably because the audience found it bland and therefore, forgettable. This Heather Graham-starrer only has a 19-percent audience rating and an 8-percent critic score on the site. Heather GrHeathr