This 2019 thriller, based on the Sharon Tate murder, is "appalling from start to finish," according to RogerEbert.com.
Based on the novel of the same, "Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000" is "the worst movie in living memory," says Time.
Although this 2008 parody film had box-office success, "Meet the Spartans" was roasted for being "witless, tasteless, formless spoof," by Village Voice
"'Miss March' is ... the biggest pile of garbage I've seen in ages," says Salon.
Starring Dave Chappelle and Norm Macdonald, this 2000 comedy "gives stupid, vulgar comedy a bad name," says The San Francisco Chronicle.
The sequel to 1999's "Baby Geniuses" is "the most perversely unnecessary sequel in recent memory," according to the A.V. Club.
Loosely based on the video-game series of the same name, "Alone in the Dark" is "so mind-blowingly horrible that it teeters on the edge of cinematic immortality," according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
This 2011 comedy, starring Nick Swardson, is "one of the most astonishingly unfunny films of this or any other year," says Variety.
The recipient of a the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture, "Dirty Love" — starring Jenny McCarthy — "clings to the gutter like a rat in garbage," per The New York Times.
The third film in the "Human Centipede" series is "desperately, depressingly unclever," says The Wrap.