Filmmaking is hard, so much so that even some of the worst movies you've ever seen have had a ton of effort poured into them, meaning that to score 0% critical approval on Rotten Tomatoes is almost as difficult as nailing 100%. If you wanted to make a bad film on purpose, it'd be almost impossible to hit 0%, because some measure of self-awareness would probably show through and cause someone, somewhere, to give it even mild approval. Making a film that not a single critic likes requires a special kind of contempt for your audience, to abandon the most basic rules of movie-making and to continue in spite of audience pleas to just stop and give it up. These 15 movies, for a variety of reasons, are setting off the 0% radar already. Even though some of them are far off, it'd be a shock if any of them even scored above 20%, while getting to Fresh status (60% or more) already seems virtually impossible. Movies can surprise us (last year, we theorised John Wick would get 0%, but it went on to score 85%), but at the same time, the vast majority of these movies are going to end up in the exact same box you expect: critically loathed, regardless of how much money they make (or hopefully, don't).
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