No matter what you think of it, there's no denying the influence that Rotten Tomatoes has on the film industry: audiences en masse make their movie-going decisions based on that single aggregate score, such that studios have a vested interest in getting it as high as possible.
But as rare as a "perfect" 100% rating is on the platform - reserved for the hallowed likes of Paddington 2 - it's just as difficult to make a movie which appeals to basically nobody and scores a frosty 0% critical approval rating.
Yet with the VOD movie market opening up significantly over the last five years, critics have never had more bad movies at their fingertips, and so, every year a number of tawdry, low-effort genre films end up landing the illustriously terrible rating.
These 10 films, each of them released within the last two-or-so years, were universally reviled by critics for their atrocious writing, horrendous directing, and slumming performances from actors who deserve or know better.
Thankfully, most of these films announce their awfulness upfront, so you've at least had fair warning before you start watching...
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