Most of the awards we see out of Hollywood consists of them patting themselves on their backs for their very best work – which is fair, but ultimately not that amusing and/or helpful for us regular people when trying to decide what to watch.
That’s where the Razzies come in – and on this list, they’re coming up with 13 of the worst of all time.
13. An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1998)
This title is a mouthful, but with an 8% score on Rotten Tomatoes, don’t bother trying to remember it.
12. Shining Through (1992)
A little less than half the people – 44% – on Rotten Tomatoes think this one is worth your time.
11. Wild Wild West (1999)
Despite Will Smith and a slapping song, more than 80% of Rotten Tomatoes viewers say to skip it.
10. Indecent Proposal (1993)
I was shocked to find that only 35% of Rotten Tomatoes voters liked what I kind of thought of as a period classic.
9. Battlefield Earth (2000).
Science fiction fans are epically finicky, and with a 3% score on Rotten Tomatoes, this one is not the exception.
8. Color of Night (1994)
80% of viewers weren’t swayed at all by 1990s Bruce Willis.
7. Freddy Got Fingered (2001)
I mean, who thought that title was a good idea? Only 11% of Rotten Tomatoes viewers, that’s who.
6. Showgirls (1995)
I think so many of us saw this because we grew up with Jessie Spano, but Rotten Tomatoes viewers only gave it a 22% score.
5. Swept Away (2002)
Everyone loves a beach movie…but 95% of Rotten Tomatoes viewers didn’t love this one.
4. Striptease (1996)
I guess Rotten Tomatoes viewers really aren’t fans of the stripper genre – it only has a 12% score.
3. Gigli (2003)
I’m completely shocked that this even has a 3% liked rate on Rotten Tomatoes, given what seemed to be ubiquitous hate.
2. The Postman (1997)
Hollywood really wanted this to be a serious hit, but sadly, it’s 9% score on Rotten Tomatoes suggests otherwise.
1. Catwoman (2004)
Halle Berry looked super hot, and that’s about where the positive ends here. It’s got only a 9% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
I’ve seen a few of these, and I don’t know…maybe I didn’t hate them as much as the people voting on Rotten Tomatoes did.
What about you? What movie is missing from this list? Let’s talk bad bad and good bad movies in the comments!