100 Worst Comedies of All Time

The notion that terrible films are often funny for being so inept is certainly applicable in the sci-fi or horror genres. But how can the worst comedies be funny in their failure to be funny? Therein lies the paradox and the reason why bad comedies are usually just plain bad.

Nevertheless, it's been said that anything worth doing is worth doing badly—comedy is certainly no exception. With this in mind, Stacker compiled IMDb and Metacritic data on all comedy movies with more than 2,500 votes on IMDb and ranked them by Stacker score, an equally weighted index between Metascore and IMDb user rating, with #1 being the worst. Ties were broken by Metascore and further ties were broken by IMDb user rating. If a movie did not have a Metascore, it was not considered.

100 worst comedies of all time
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When it comes to the worst comedies of all time, the early aughts were a particularly robust period. Part of the blame falls directly at the feet of general viewing audiences, who continued to flock to abominable fare year after year. Take, for example, the "filmmaking" duo of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, best known for their famously lazy parodies. What should have started and ended with 2006's Date Movie instead became a mini-empire of similarly atrocious spoofery.

Speaking of atrocious spoofs, remember David Zucker? The once-legendary co-creator of films like Airplane! and The Naked Gun sunk to impressive lows in the later part of his career. His name pops up more than a few times on the list of worst comedies. So too does Larry the Cable Guy, who managed to turn one prolonged fart joke into three consecutive films, all of which made the list. Toilet humor, in general, is a recurring theme in bad comedy. Just ask Happy Madison Productions, which continues to litter the halls of cinema history with its endless barrage of filmic flatulence.

Here are the worst comedies of all time, as of Dec. 17.

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#100. Strange Wilderness (2008)
Pelican Productions LLC

#100. 'Strange Wilderness' (2008)

- Director: Fred Wolf
- Stacker score: 35.3
- Metascore: 12
- IMDb user rating: 5.3
- Runtime: 87 minutes

Industry veteran Fred Wolf co-wrote and directed this low-budget stoner comedy. It follows a struggling TV crew as it searches for Bigfoot in hopes of a ratings surge. Even by Happy Madison standards, the movie's Rotten Tomatoes critic score of 2% is quite low.

#99. The Honeymooners (2005)
Paramount Pictures

#99. 'The Honeymooners' (2005)

- Director: John Schultz
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 31
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 90 minutes

Jackie Gleason's shoes prove too big to fill in this movie adaptation of an iconic TV series. Comedian Cedric the Entertainer plays Ralph Kramden, a mischievous bus driver with big ideas. The film opened at #8 during its first week of release and went downhill from there.

#98. The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000)
Universal Pictures

#98. 'The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas' (2000)

- Director: Brian Levant
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 27
- IMDb user rating: 3.7
- Runtime: 90 minutes

The second time was not the charm for this live-action prequel to the 1994 box office smash The Flintstones. Devoid of the original cast, it came off as little more than a corporate cash grab and an unsuccessful one at that. Join the Flintstones and the Rubbles for a rollicking trip to Rock Vegas—or don't.

#97. McHale’s Navy (1997)
Sheinberg Productions

#97. 'McHale's Navy' (1997)

- Director: Bryan Spicer
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 108 minutes

Presenting yet another failed adaptation of an old TV series, with Tom Arnold starring as Lt. Cmdr. Quinton McHale. Upon reuniting with his old crew, McHale battles Russian adversaries on the high seas. The film was one among a number of box office bombs from studio head Sid Sheinberg and his short-lived production company, The Bubble Factory.

#96. Kickin’ It Old Skool (2007)
Jizzy Entertainment

#96. 'Kickin' It Old Skool' (2007)

- Director: Harvey Glazer
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 107 minutes

Comedian Jamie Kennedy dialed his wannabe persona all the way up for this abysmal slice of pop culture nostalgia. An immature breakdancer played by Kennedy wakes from a 20-year coma and tries to pick things up exactly where they left off. As cheesy as the movie may be, some fans do enjoy its retro obsessions.

#95. A Haunted House 2 (2014)
Baby Way Productions

#95. 'A Haunted House 2' (2014)

- Director: Michael Tiddes
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 86 minutes

Marlon Wayans co-wrote and starred in this crude parody of the found footage horror sub-genre. A sequel to 2013's A Haunted House, it covers similar terrain with even less panache. The story follows Malcolm Johnson, played by Wayans, into a new home, where he squares off against a paranormal entity once again.

#94. I Hate Valentine’s Day (2009)
Blue Star Pictures

#94. 'I Hate Valentine's Day' (2009)

- Director: Nia Vardalos
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 98 minutes

A florist named Genevieve, played by Nia Vardalos, hates Valentine's Day—and most critics and audiences hated this movie. As the creator of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, filmmaker and star Vardalos fails to conjure any of the same magic. The result is a poorly written, highly predictable exercise in tired genre tropes.

#93. Cannonball Run II (1984)
Arcafin B.V.

#93. 'Cannonball Run II' (1984)

- Directors: Hal Needham, Ralph Bakshi
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 5.1
- Runtime: 108 minutes

Burt Reynolds is back for another race and so too is much of the original cast for this critically maligned sequel. Audiences were less receptive than they were the first time around, though it didn't stop the film from turning a profit. With appearances from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., and Shirley MacLaine, this was the final movie to co-star members of the Hollywood Rat Pack.

#92. Nine Lives (2016)
EuropaCorp

#92. 'Nine Lives' (2016)

- Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
- Stacker score: 34.8
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 5.3
- Runtime: 87 minutes

In this completely unnecessary addition to the talking animal sub-genre, billionaire Tom Brand, (Kevin Spacey) gets trapped inside a cat's body. Director Barry Sonnenfeld and five credited screenwriters couldn't stop it from becoming one of the worst-reviewed releases of 2016. More amusing than the film itself is GQ's mock "Oral History," which pretends to go behind the scenes.

#91. Fifty Shades of Black (2016)
Fermion Films

#91. 'Fifty Shades of Black' (2016)

- Director: Michael Tiddes
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 28
- IMDb user rating: 3.5
- Runtime: 92 minutes

Marlon Wayans re-teamed with A Haunted House director Michael Tiddes for yet another crude and anemic spoof. As the title would suggest, Fifty Shades of Black sets out to skewer the mega-popular 50 Shades of Grey franchise. Some critics were quick to point out that the source material was, unintentionally, funny enough on its own.

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#90. B**ch Slap (2009)
Bombshell Pictures

#90. B**ch Slap (2009)

- Director: Rick Jacobson
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 19
- IMDb user rating: 4.4
- Runtime: 109 minutes

This postmodern send-up of vintage exploitation movies fares worse than the very thing it's trying to satirize. Follow three femme fatales out to the desert, where a dangerous robbery scheme goes awry. "Overblown and underwhelming" is how critic Joe Leydon described the film in his review for Variety.

#89. Behaving Badly (2014)
Mad Chance

#89. 'Behaving Badly' (2014)

- Director: Tim Garrick
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 4.5
- Runtime: 97 minutes

This teen flick was based on a mock-autobiography by Ric Browde called While I'm Dead, Feed the Dog. Determined to win the heart of Nina Pennington (Selena Gomez) teenager Rick Stevens (Nat Wolff) goes to wild extremes. The film behaved quite badly on Rotten Tomatoes, where it holds a 0% critic score.

#88. Surfer, Dude (2008)
Berk/Lane Entertainment

#88. 'Surfer, Dude' (2008)

- Director: S.R. Bindler
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 16
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 85 minutes

Matthew McConaughey's co-produced this meandering stoner comedy, which sends an avid surfer on a soul-searching journey. Woody Harrelson also stars, once describing the experience as "the most non-work I've ever done."

#87. The Layover (2017)
Unified Pictures

#87. 'The Layover' (2017)

- Director: William H. Macy
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 15
- IMDb user rating: 4.8
- Runtime: 88 minutes

Two best friends played by Kate Upton and Alexandra Daddario fight over the same man during an impromptu layover in this tedious turkey. Writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, critic Richard Roeper called it an "excruciating, embarrassing, profoundly unfunny, poorly shot and astonishingly tone-deaf screech-fest." Actor William H. Macy makes for an unlikely and unsuccessful director, though that didn't stop him from helming one more feature flop.

#86. Down to You (2000)
Open City Films

#86. 'Down to You' (2000)

- Director: Kris Isacsson
- Stacker score: 34.2
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 5
- Runtime: 91 minutes

Actor Freddie Prinze Jr. was coming off the 1999 blockbuster She's All That when he starred opposite Julia Stiles in this dreadful rom-com. It opened at #2 at the box office, but ultimately sent his career on a downward trajectory. The story bounces between a sensitive college sophomore and the girl of his dreams.

#85. Crossroads (2002)
Fuzzy Bunny Films (I)

#85. 'Crossroads' (2002)

- Director: Tamra Davis
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 27
- IMDb user rating: 3.5
- Runtime: 93 minutes

Popstar Britney Spears was at the height of her fame when she starred in this poor excuse for a road trip comedy. Negative critical reception didn't stop it from becoming a relative box office success, earning more than $60 million worldwide on a reported budget of $12 million. What's far more surprising is that future TV powerhouse Shonda Rhimes wrote the screenplay.

#84. Holmes & Watson (2018)
Columbia Pictures

#84. 'Holmes & Watson' (2018)

- Director: Etan Cohen
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 24
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 90 minutes

The most recent collaboration between comedy stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly is also the weakest. It puts a humorous spin—or at least tries to—on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's iconic detective stories. After spending more than a decade in development, it opened to scathing reviews and underwhelming box office numbers.

#83. The Love Guru (2008)
Paramount Pictures

#83. 'The Love Guru' (2008)

- Director: Marco Schnabel
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 24
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 87 minutes

Determined to become the next Deepak Chopra, Guru Pitka (Mike Myers) takes on a star hockey player as his new client. So goes this creative nadir, which critics said was "mired in offensive cliches" and "the Citizen Kane of Awful."

#82. Gun Shy (2017)
Salty Film

#82. 'Gun Shy' (2017)

- Director: Simon West
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 21
- IMDb user rating: 4.1
- Runtime: 92 minutes

Platinum-selling rock star Turk Henry (Antonio Banderas) embarks on a dangerous mission to rescue his kidnapped model wife Sheila (Olga Kurylenko). While self-aware of its own ridiculousness, Simon West's action-comedy is every bit the misfire its 0% Rotten Tomatoes critic score suggests. If the poster art is anything to go by, Banderas definitely deserves a role in the next Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

#81. Underclassman (2005)
Underclassman Films Ltd.

#81. 'Underclassman' (2005)

- Director: Marcos Siega
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 19
- IMDb user rating: 4.3
- Runtime: 95 minutes

Anxious to prove himself, bike cop Tracy 'Tre' Stokes (Nick Cannon) goes undercover at a prestigious private school. Does he have what it takes to expose a stolen car ring with international ties? Rather than find out, watch the 21 Jump Street movie and its sequel instead.

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#80. My Boss’s Daughter (2003)
Dimension Films

#80. 'My Boss's Daughter' (2003)

- Director: David Zucker
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 15
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 86 minutes

Best known for spoofs such as Airplane! and The Naked Gun, director David Zucker delivered this plodding comedy. Ashton Kutcher plays publishing company employee Tom Stansfield, whose housesitting gig turns into the stuff of nightmares. Citing poor casting and weak direction alike, critics deemed the film a failure on more or less every front.

#79. Love, Wedding, Marriage (2011)
Chydzik Media Group

#79. 'Love, Wedding, Marriage' (2011)

- Director: Dermot Mulroney
- Stacker score: 33.7
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 4.9
- Runtime: 90 minutes

Actor Dermot Mulroney steps behind the camera for his first (and last) directorial effort. Love, Wedding, Marriage tells the story of an idealistic marriage counselor (Mandy Moore) whose world is turned upside down by the breakup of her parents. If sheer blandness were a coveted art form, this would be hailed as a masterpiece.

#78. Piranha 3DD (2012)
Dimension Films

#78. 'Piranha 3DD' (2012)

- Director: John Gulager
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 24
- IMDb user rating: 3.7
- Runtime: 83 minutes

The title pretty much says it all and this shameless cash grab duly abides. A sequel to the surprise hit Piranha 3D, it lacks both the budget and guilty pleasures of its predecessor. Gratuitous violence and nudity can't make up for conspicuously inept storytelling.

#77. Furry Vengeance (2010)
Summit Entertainment

#77. 'Furry Vengeance' (2010)

- Director: Roger Kumble
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 23
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 92 minutes

Brendan Frasier hasn't headlined a major studio film since appearing in this box office bomb from 2010. In it, he plays an Oregon-based real estate developer whose pending project faces opposition from personified woodland creatures. Despite some admirable and eco-friendly ambitions, the story makes 92 minutes feel like a lifetime.

#76. An American Carol (2008)
Mpower American Carol Holding

#76. 'An American Carol' (2008)

- Director: David Zucker
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 20
- IMDb user rating: 4.1
- Runtime: 83 minutes

Democrat-turned-Republican David Zucker brought his newfound political sensibilities to this paltry parody. It centers on documentarian Michael Moore—ahem, Malone—whose anti-American sentiment gets the "Christmas Carol" treatment. Even the New York Post called it a "desperately laughless farce," to quote critic Lou Lumenick.

#75. Accidental Love (2015)
K. JAM Media

#75. 'Accidental Love' (2015)

- Director: David O. Russell
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 20
- IMDb user rating: 4.1
- Runtime: 100 minutes

After suffering a head injury, small-town waitress Alice Eckle (Jessica Biel) embarks on a health-care-themed odyssey. Director David O. Russell—credited under a pseudonym—quit the project in the midst of filming. Witness the patchwork result, which is an accident unto itself... a train wreck, in fact.

#74. Movie 43 (2013)
Relativity Media

#74. 'Movie 43' (2013)

- Directors: Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Rusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, Peter Farrelly, Patrik Forsberg, Will Graham, James Gunn, Brett Ratner, Jonathan van Tulleken, Bob Odenkirk
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 4.3
- Runtime: 94 minutes

In the spirit of The Kentucky Fried Movie comes this nationally lampooned anthology film. It spent more than 10 years in development before getting dumped onto screens in January, a proverbial graveyard for movie releases. Rarely has so little juice been squeezed out of so much talent both in front of and behind the camera.

#73. Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989)
Warner Bros.

#73. 'Police Academy 6: City Under Siege' (1989)

- Director: Peter Bonerz
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 16
- IMDb user rating: 4.5
- Runtime: 84 minutes

The Police Academy franchise was well out of steam by the time this sixth installment came along. Bumbling officers hunt for daring jewel thieves against a backdrop of sophomoric humor. It holds a 0 percent critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and 28 percent audience score.

#72. College (2008)
Element Films

#72. 'College' (2008)

- Director: Deb Hagan
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 15
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 94 minutes

This unabashedly derivative comedy welcomes incoming freshman Kevin Brewer, played by Drake Bell, to the fraternity life. Hedonistic hijinks and excessive gross-out humor follow. The poster art features a student hurling into the toilet, which pretty much says it all.

#71. Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)
Balcor Film Investors

#71. 'Transylvania 6-5000' (1985)

- Director: Rudy De Luca
- Stacker score: 33.2
- Metascore: 10
- IMDb user rating: 5.1
- Runtime: 93 minutes

In Transylvania on assignment, two tabloid reporters (Jeff Goldblum and Ed Begley Jr.) encounter various monsters from movie history. Director Rudy De Luca conjures his best Mel Brooks impression and fails miserably. "Maybe 1 percent of [De Luca's] gags work," according to critic Gene Siskel.

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#70. Cats (2019)
Working Title Films

#70. 'Cats' (2019)

- Director: Tom Hooper
- Stacker score: 32.6
- Metascore: 32
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 110 minutes

Thanks to a disastrous marketing campaign, audiences saw this train wreck coming from miles away. Adapted from the Tony-winning Broadway musical by the same name, Cats chronicles the annual ritual of a humanlike cat tribe.

#69. Thomas and the Magic Railroad (2000)
Gullane Pictures

#69. 'Thomas and the Magic Railroad' (2000)

- Director: Britt Allcroft
- Stacker score: 32.6
- Metascore: 19
- IMDb user rating: 4.1
- Runtime: 85 minutes

This G-rated adventure comedy was based on a popular British book series and its British and American TV adaptations. In it, Thomas the Tank Engine and Mr. Conductor (Alec Baldwin) journey between two worlds in search of lost gold dust. Poor pacing and lackluster special effects sucked all the magic out of a potential franchise-starter.

#68. Kangaroo Jack (2003)
Castle Rock Entertainment

#68. 'Kangaroo Jack' (2003)

- Director: David McNally
- Stacker score: 32.6
- Metascore: 16
- IMDb user rating: 4.4
- Runtime: 89 minutes

This famous flop tells the story of missing mob money and a rapping computer-generated imagery kangaroo named Jack. According to star Jerry O'Connell, the original script was much darker and more gratuitous. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer wanted to clean things up and the rest is bad movie history.

#67. Saturday the 14th (1981)
New World Pictures

#67. 'Saturday the 14th' (1981)

- Director: Howard R. Cohen
- Stacker score: 32.6
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 75 minutes

Not to be confused with a Friday the 13th spoof, which would have made a lot more sense, this poor excuse for a parody takes place in a haunted mansion. Various horror tropes are put through the wringer before the final credits roll. Miraculously, it yielded a stand-alone sequel.

#66. Zapped! (1982)
Apple/Rose Productions

#66. 'Zapped!' (1982)

- Director: Robert J. Rosenthal
- Stacker score: 32.6
- Metascore: 10
- IMDb user rating: 5
- Runtime: 98 minutes

Before co-starring in Charles in Charge, actors Scott Baio and Willie Aames played best buds in this risqué teen comedy. When the character played by Baio gets telekinetic powers, he uses them to indulge his every last juvenile whim. A dud perhaps, but the movie's also considered something of a cult classic.

#65. In the Mix (2005)
J & C Entertainment

#65. 'In the Mix' (2005)

- Director: Ron Underwood
- Stacker score: 32.1
- Metascore: 31
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 95 minutes

Usher's short-lived career as a Hollywood leading man begins and ends with this lamebrained romantic dramedy. He plays New York's hottest DJ, who gets tasked with protecting a mobster's daughter. The story often strives for a serious tone and thereby generates most of its comedy by accident.

#64. The Cat in the Hat (2003)
Universal Pictures

#64. 'The Cat in the Hat' (2003)

- Director: Bo Welch
- Stacker score: 32.1
- Metascore: 19
- IMDb user rating: 4
- Runtime: 82 minutes

In contention for the most annoying film of all time is this live-action adaptation of a Dr. Seuss classic. Brought to life with gaudy color and crude humor, it represents a complete tonal misfire. Mike Myers plays the title character, possibly modeling his performance after a sledgehammer.

#63. Freddy Got Fingered (2001)
New Regency Productions

#63. 'Freddy Got Fingered' (2001)

- Director: Tom Green
- Stacker score: 32.1
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 87 minutes

Tom Green stretches his worst attributes out to an intolerable length in this revolting comedy. The former MTV icon stars as a struggling cartoonist, who spreads a vicious rumor about his own father, played by Rip Torn. A PG-rated version included in the DVD release clocks in at just three minutes.

#62. 3 Strikes (2000)
Absolute Entertainment (II)

#62. '3 Strikes' (2000)

- Director: DJ Pooh
- Stacker score: 32.1
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 4.8
- Runtime: 82 minutes

From the co-writer of Friday comes this crude comedy with prescient undertones. With two strikes on his record, Brain Hooks (Rob Douglas) must clear his name before he's blamed for a crime he didn't commit. Had director DJ Pooh played up the story's built-in themes and dialed down the toilet humor, he could have delivered a more timely effort.

#61. Mr. Magoo (1997)
Walt Disney Pictures

#61. 'Mr. Magoo' (1997)

- Director: Stanley Tong
- Stacker score: 31.5
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 4
- Runtime: 87 minutes

Martial arts director Stanley Tong and slapstick veteran Leslie Nielsen seem like a match made in physical comedy heaven. Unfortunately, this live-action adaptation of a cartoon is as clumsy as its title character. USA Today called it "an insult to the intelligence of the entire human race."

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#60. Material Girls (2006)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

#60. 'Material Girls' (2006)

- Director: Martha Coolidge
- Stacker score: 31
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 4
- Runtime: 98 minutes

It's never a good sign when a movie release coincides with the lead star's perfume launch. On the other hand, no one can accuse this laugh-free comedy of having a misleading title: Hillary Duff and sister Haley star as wealthy heiresses who must save the family company in the wake of a scandal.

#59. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (2015)
Columbia Pictures

#59. 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' (2015)

- Director: Andy Fickman
- Stacker score: 31
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 4.4
- Runtime: 94 minutes

If the first "Paul Blart" was fairly bad, but not without its charms, the sequel was just plain awful. Kevin James reprises the title role and takes the action to Las Vegas. Shot on a similar budget as its predecessor, it made about half as much money at the domestic box office.

#58. Miss March (2009)
Fox Atomic

#58. 'Miss March' (2009)

- Directors: Zach Cregger, Trevor Moore
- Stacker score: 31
- Metascore: 7
- IMDb user rating: 5
- Runtime: 90 minutes

Following in a relatively long line of post-American Pie sex comedies, this one centers on a virgin named Eugene. Upon waking from a four-year coma, Eugene discovers that his once-chaste girlfriend is now a Playboy model. The lewd road trip movie that follows is barely on autopilot.

#57. Hercules in New York (1970)
RAF Industries

#57. 'Hercules in New York' (1970)

- Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 23
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 92 minutes

The first film of Arnold Schwarzenegger's career is also the worst, according to critics and audiences alike. Credited as Arnold Strong, the bodybuilding champion tackles the role of the mythic hero Hercules. Schwarzenegger's accent was so thick at the time that all of his lines were originally dubbed, though an undubbed version was later included on the DVD release.

#56. Jack and Jill (2011)
Columbia Pictures

#56. 'Jack and Jill' (2011)

- Director: Dennis Dugan
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 23
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 91 minutes

No list of the worst comedies is complete without at least one Adam Sandler film and 2011's Jack and Jill makes for an obvious choice. Pulling double duty, the actor stars as both a family man and his fraternal twin sister. This was the first film in history to sweep at the Razzie Awards.

#55. Mr. Nanny (1993)
New Line Cinema

#55. 'Mr. Nanny' (1993)

- Director: Michael Gottlieb
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 84 minutes

Hulk Hogan plays wrestler-turned-bodyguard and nanny in this box office dud. His client is a powerful tech inventor with a ruthless rival and two unruly children. As the kids unleash various pranks upon their caretaker, the film becomes little more than a bad Home Alone knock-off.

#54. Johnny Be Good (1988)
Zacharias-Buhai Productions

#54. 'Johnny Be Good' (1988)

- Director: Bud S. Smith
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 10
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 91 minutes

The Brat Pack era was coming to a close by the time this turkey arrived in theaters. Anthony Michael Hall plays high schooler Johnny Walker, a star athlete with some tough decisions to make about his future. "Johnny be worthless" is how the staff at TV Guide once described it.

#53. Whipped (2000)
Hi-Rez Films

#53. 'Whipped' (2000)

- Director: Peter M. Cohen
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 10
- IMDb user rating: 4.6
- Runtime: 82 minutes

Three egomaniacal bachelors square off over the same woman, played by Amanda Peet, in this low-budget stinker. Tasteless humor and unlikable characters make an already tired story that much more so. The film earned a D+ Cinemascore among theatrical viewers and that almost seems high in retrospect.

#52. Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1978)
Four Square Productions

#52. 'Attack of the Killer Tomatoes' (1978)

- Director: John De Bello
- Stacker score: 30.4
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 4.7
- Runtime: 83 minutes

Shot for under $100,000, this sci-fi B-movie spoof follows mutant tomatoes on a killer rampage. Despite overwhelmingly negative reviews, it earned a loyal cult following over the years. That eventually gave way to a handful of sequels, the first of which starred a then-unknown George Clooney.

#51. Norm of the North (2015)
Filmpool Nord

#51. 'Norm of the North' (2015)

- Director: Trevor Wall
- Stacker score: 29.9
- Metascore: 21
- IMDb user rating: 3.4
- Runtime: 90 minutes

Meet a twerking polar bear named Norm, voiced by Rob Schneider, in this poorly rendered computer-generated imagery animation comedy. With his home under threat, Norm heads to New York City in hopes of bringing down the enemy from inside. Even young children may take issue with the second-rate execution.

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#50. Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017)
The Tyler Perry Company

#50. 'Boo 2! A Madea Halloween' (2017)

- Director: Tyler Perry
- Stacker score: 29.9
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 101 minutes

Mabel "Madea" Earlene Simmons, played by Tyler Perry, is back for another horror-themed comedy romp in this plodding sequel. The story takes place at Derrick Lake, where assorted monsters and ghouls run amok. Even for Tyler Perry, the film is particularly awful.

#49. Pinocchio (2002)
Melampo Cinematografica

#49. 'Pinocchio' (2002)

- Director: Roberto Benigni
- Stacker score: 29.9
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 4.4
- Runtime: 108 minutes

Oscar-winner Roberto Benigni co-wrote, directed, and starred in this live-action version of a classic fairy tale. The most expensive film production in Italian history, it was redubbed and repackaged for American audiences. While the original undubbed version is superior, it's still quite a mess.

#48. King’s Ransom (2005)
New Line Cinema

#48. 'King's Ransom' (2005)

- Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd
- Stacker score: 29.9
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 4.4
- Runtime: 95 minutes

To avoid paying a hefty divorce settlement, a wealthy businessman (Anthony Anderson) stages an elaborate self-kidnapping scheme. What could have been satire becomes a rote exercise in shoddy slapstick instead. Critic Marjorie Baumgarten described it as "a mirthless comedy about venal people doing stupid things."

#47. Kazaam (1996)
Interscope Communications

#47. 'Kazaam' (1996)

- Director: Paul Michael Glaser
- Stacker score: 29.3
- Metascore: 24
- IMDb user rating: 3
- Runtime: 93 minutes

Shaquille O'Neal has many triumphs under his belt, but this famously terrible movie isn't one of them. A modern day retelling of Aladdin, it finds the former NBA star playing the titular genie. Most viewers would have given up all three wishes to see those end credits roll sooner than later.

#46. Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006)
Full Sail Real World Education

#46. 'Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector' (2006)

- Director: Trent Cooper
- Stacker score: 29.3
- Metascore: 21
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 89 minutes

Bringing his low-brow schtick to this gross-out comedy, comedian Larry the Cable Guy takes on the role of a lackadaisical health inspector. With a straight-laced partner and a food poisoning epidemic comes a new set of obstacles for the slovenly character. "Flatulence ensues" in this "tour de farts," to quote EW critic Scott Brown.

#45. Swept Away (2002)
Screen Gems

#45. 'Swept Away' (2002)

- Director: Guy Ritchie
- Stacker score: 29.3
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 3.6
- Runtime: 89 minutes

An Italian masterpiece gets the remake treatment from director Guy Ritchie and then-wife Madonna. While this one has "vanity project" written all over it, the story is about a woman being stripped of that very thing. Shot on a reported budget of $10 million, it just barely cracked $1 million at the worldwide box office.

#44. Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003)
New Line Cinema

#44. 'Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd' (2003)

- Director: Troy Miller
- Stacker score: 28.8
- Metascore: 19
- IMDb user rating: 3.4
- Runtime: 85 minutes

Unlike the original classic, this pathetic prequel lives up to its title with a little too much precision. Travel back to the 1980s and see how two of the world's dumbest misfits first crossed paths. Jim Carrey's unique presence is sorely missed.

#43. Delta Farce (2007)
Sleeping Marmots Production

#43. 'Delta Farce' (2007)

- Director: C.B. Harding
- Stacker score: 28.8
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 3.6
- Runtime: 90 minutes

Larry the Cable Guy returns and somehow reaches a new low in this war-themed action comedy. Mistaken for members of the Army Reserve, three friends are erroneously deployed to Mexico. There will be farts.

#42. Two of a Kind (1983)
Twentieth Century Fox

#42. 'Two of a Kind' (1983)

- Director: John Herzfeld
- Stacker score: 28.8
- Metascore: 5
- IMDb user rating: 4.8
- Runtime: 88 minutes

Former Grease co-stars John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John reunited for this fantasy-based rom-com. They play a pair of amateur criminals whose budding relationship could save the entire species from God's wrath. The chills are definitely not multiplying, though one does sense a loss of control.

#41. Ed (1996)
Longview Entertainment

#41. 'Ed' (1996)

- Director: Bill Couturié
- Stacker score: 28.3
- Metascore: 25
- IMDb user rating: 2.7
- Runtime: 94 minutes

It's a swing and a miss for Friends actor Matt LeBlanc who plays a struggling baseball player in this box office snoozer. When traded to a minor league team, he discovers that one of his teammates is a chimpanzee. The premise may seem like the stuff of parody, but it's sadly all too real.

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#40. Bratz (2007)
Avi Arad & Associates

#40. 'Bratz' (2007)

- Director: Sean McNamara
- Stacker score: 28.3
- Metascore: 21
- IMDb user rating: 3.1
- Runtime: 110 minutes

A popular line of dolls become only slightly less plastic in this live-action musical adaptation. Entering high school for the first time, four best friends are torn apart by a domineering senior. Audiences had seen it all before in movies like Clueless and Mean Girls, which are Oscar-worthy by comparison.

#39. Vampires Suck (2010)
New Regency Productions

#39. 'Vampires Suck' (2010)

- Directors: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
- Stacker score: 28.3
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 3.4
- Runtime: 82 minutes

Vampires suck and so too does this Twilight parody from 2010. It comes to viewers from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the team behind Disaster Movie and other similar spoofs. As with many of their previous efforts, this one found an audience because life is unfair.

#38. The Cookout (2004)
Cookout Productions

#38. 'The Cookout' (2004)

- Director: Lance Rivera
- Stacker score: 28.3
- Metascore: 15
- IMDb user rating: 3.7
- Runtime: 97 minutes

NBA rookie Todd Anderson (Storm P) hosts a cookout for his old neighborhood in this star-packed comedy. Solid potential gets quickly squandered by loosely drawn caricatures and crass humor. A 2011 sequel brought back a handful of original cast members and aired directly on BET.

#37. Doogal (2006)
The Weinstein Company

#37. 'Doogal' (2006)

- Directors: Dave Borthwick, Jean Duval, Frank Passingham
- Stacker score: 27.7
- Metascore: 23
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 78 minutes

Based on the TV series The Magic Roundabout, this computer-animated atrocity was released overseas under that very name. A veritable host of big-name talent lent their voices to the English-language version, including Whoopi Goldberg, Jon Stewart, Judi Dench, Jimmy Fallon, and others. The story pits a talking dog and his peers against an evil wizard.

#36. Witless Protection (2008)
Parallel Entertainment Pictures

#36. 'Witless Protection' (2008)

- Director: Charles Robert Carner
- Stacker score: 27.2
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 97 minutes

Another Larry the Cable Guy movie means another terrible comedy, this one even worse than its predecessors. The crude comic plays a witless small-town deputy whose foolish exploits land him smack in the middle of a high-stakes conspiracy. Expecting the worst (and receiving it), critic Nathan Rabin notes that it's "still sort of shocking how little effort [Larry the Cable Guy] puts into his movies."

#35. The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)
Castle Rock Entertainment

#35. 'The Adventures of Pluto Nash' (2002)

- Director: Ron Underwood
- Stacker score: 27.2
- Metascore: 12
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 95 minutes

Decades of development and expensive reshoots made this sci-fi comedy one of the biggest box office bombs of all time. Riding in on a wave of bad publicity, it derailed director Ron Underwood's career and didn't do star Eddie Murphy any favors either. Set in the year 2087, it chronicles the misadventures of a moon-based nightclub owner played by Murphy.

#34. Hardbodies (1984)
Chroma III Productions

#34. 'Hardbodies' (1984)

- Director: Mark Griffiths
- Stacker score: 27.2
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 4.9
- Runtime: 88 minutes

When their sweet car and swanky digs aren't enough to lure the ladies, three middle-aged swingers enlist the help of a hot-bodied surfer. The story comes ripped from the pages of Penthouse magazine, and the film itself was originally intended for the Playboy Channel. It saw a theatrical release instead and even gave way to a sequel.

#33. Marci X (2003)
Paramount Pictures

#33. 'Marci X' (2003)

- Director: Richard Benjamin
- Stacker score: 26.6
- Metascore: 20
- IMDb user rating: 2.9
- Runtime: 84 minutes

Lisa Kudrow takes her shallow on-screen persona to cloying extremes in this tonal misfire. Playing a spoiled heiress to a hip-hop empire, she's tasked with reeling in controversial rapper Dr. S (Damon Wayans). The real-world parallels are relatively obvious, but the film felt more like sketch comedy than biting satire to most critics.

#32. Shanghai Surprise (1986)
HandMade Films

#32. 'Shanghai Surprise' (1986)

- Director: Jim Goddard
- Stacker score: 26.1
- Metascore: 16
- IMDb user rating: 3.2
- Runtime: 97 minutes

Madonna wowed fans with her performance in 1985's Desperately Seeking Susan only to disappoint the following year. She stars opposite then-husband Sean Penn in this historical adventure comedy, which borrows liberally from better films like Romancing the Stone. Former Beatle George Harrison executive produced and also provided original music.

#31. Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994)
Warner Bros.

#31. 'Police Academy: Mission to Moscow' (1994)

- Director: Alan Metter
- Stacker score: 25.5
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 3.6
- Runtime: 83 minutes

The world's most inept police officers are back for their seventh and final mission. This time around, they're heading to Moscow in pursuit of a Russian mob boss (Ron Perlman). Audiences are safe from more dreck for now, but there are rumors of a reboot in the works.

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#30. Transylmania (2009)
Film Rock

#30. 'Transylmania' (2009)

- Directors: David Hillenbrand, Scott Hillenbrand
- Stacker score: 25.5
- Metascore: 8
- IMDb user rating: 3.9
- Runtime: 92 minutes

It's college stoners versus sexy vampires in this mindless horror spoof, which sparked a vicious behind-the-scenes lawsuit. Anyone who isn't turned off by the cheesy title basically deserves what they get. The movie's paltry box office performance is reportedly the worst "for any wide release ever recorded."

#29. The Master of Disguise (2002)
Revolution Studios

#29. 'The Master of Disguise' (2002)

- Director: Perry Andelin Blake
- Stacker score: 25
- Metascore: 12
- IMDb user rating: 3.4
- Runtime: 80 minutes

Dana Carvey is a master of disguise in this movie of the same name, which puts him up against a criminal mastermind. Reappraising the film, critic Nathan Rabin wonders if its outright bonkers sensibilities make it worthy of cult status. Carvey has neither written nor headlined a movie since.

#28. Scary Movie V (2013)
Dimension Films

#28. 'Scary Movie V' (2013)

- Directors: Malcolm D. Lee, David Zucker
- Stacker score: 25
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 3.5
- Runtime: 86 minutes

The Scary Movie franchise was hovering in the mediocre-but-watchable category until this installment drove it off a cliff. Drawing a core premise from Paranormal Activity, it attempts—and fails—to skewer a wider number of contemporary films. A significant drop in box office receipts put the series to rest and thank heavens for that.

#27. Bio-Dome (1996)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

#27. 'Bio-Dome' (1996)

- Director: Jason Bloom
- Stacker score: 25
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 4.5
- Runtime: 88 minutes

Pauly Shore's short-lived reign at the top of the comedy pyramid came falling down with this brain-dead flop. Locked inside a biodome for an entire year, two loser friends, Shore and Stephen Baldwin, become unlikely environmental heroes. Shore earned his third Razzie Award for the performance, later followed by a Razzie for Worst New Star of the Decade.

#26. The Emoji Movie (2017)
Columbia Pictures

#26. 'The Emoji Movie' (2017)

- Director: Tony Leondis
- Stacker score: 24.5
- Metascore: 12
- IMDb user rating: 3.3
- Runtime: 86 minutes

From the world of Textopolis comes an outcast named Gene, voiced by T.J. Miller, whose journey toward normalcy is mind-numbingly contrived. Think of it as The Lego Movie, minus any ingenuity or entertainment value.

#25. Dirty Love (2005)
Big Screen Entertainment Group

#25. 'Dirty Love' (2005)

- Director: John Asher
- Stacker score: 24.5
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 3.6
- Runtime: 91 minutes

Jenny McCarthy wrote, produced, and stars in this modern tale of a gal on the rebound. An exercise in bad taste, the film channels romantic themes through a crude lens. It holds a disastrously low critic score of 9 and user score of 2.3 on Metacritic.

#24. Caddyshack II (1988)
The Guber-Peters Company

#24. 'Caddyshack II' (1988)

- Director: Allan Arkush
- Stacker score: 24.5
- Metascore: 7
- IMDb user rating: 3.8
- Runtime: 98 minutes

Barring the return of Chevy Chase, this lazy sequel shares precious little DNA with its subversive predecessor. A PG-rated affair, it finds the Bushwood Country Club in the midst of a hostile takeover. Dan Ackroyd tries to fill Bill Murray's shoes by playing a crazed mercenary, earning his first Razzie Award for the effort.

#23. Daddy Day Camp (2007)
TriStar Pictures

#23. 'Daddy Day Camp' (2007)

- Director: Fred Savage
- Stacker score: 23.9
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 3.1
- Runtime: 93 minutes

The second installment of the Daddy Day Care film series is Daddy Day Camp which swaps Cuba Gooding Jr. for Eddie Murphy and goes even bigger on physical humor. It chronicles the misadventures of Charlie Hinton, played by Gooding Jr., who opens a summer camp to disastrous results. Guardian critic Cath Clarke dubbed it a "criminally lazy follow-up" in her review.

#22. The Walking Deceased (2015)
Aristar Entertainment

#22. The Walking Deceased (2015)

- Director: Scott Dow
- Stacker score: 23.9
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 3.5
- Runtime: 88 minutes

Zombie-themed movies and TV shows might seem like easy prey, but this asinine spoof still manages to miss the mark. It borrows a logline straight out of The Walking Dead before dispensing with easy pop culture references and unfunny jokes. Watch Zombieland or Shaun of the Dead instead.

#21. Gigli (2003)
Revolution Studios

#21. 'Gigli' (2003)

- Director: Martin Brest
- Stacker score: 23.4
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 2.5
- Runtime: 121 minutes

One of history's most famous flops stars then-couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez as two crime syndicate employees. Their blossoming romance has all the finesse and momentum of a two ton gastropod. The movie was such an outright disaster that the Starz network later promoted it by highlighting the worst parts of negative reviews.

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#20. Bolero (1984)
City Films

#20. 'Bolero' (1984)

- Director: John Derek
- Stacker score: 23.4
- Metascore: 13
- IMDb user rating: 3
- Runtime: 105 minutes

Director John Derek cast iconic actor wife Bo in this historical sex comedy. Set in the 1920s, it follows a young woman, played by Bo Derek, on a quest to lose her virginity. Not campy or tawdry enough to generate a cult following, it remains nothing more than misbegotten cinema.

#19. Son of the Mask (2005)
New Line Cinema

#19. 'Son of the Mask' (2005)

- Director: Lawrence Guterman
- Stacker score: 22.8
- Metascore: 20
- IMDb user rating: 2.2
- Runtime: 94 minutes

Actor Jim Carrey's early comedic film work was nearly impossible to replicate and one wonders why this frantic sequel even tried. Jamie Kennedy flounders at the challenge as cartoonist Tim Avery, who discovers a magical mask.

#18. Teen Wolf Too (1987)
Atlantic Entertainment Group

#18. 'Teen Wolf Too' (1987)

- Director: Christopher Leitch
- Stacker score: 22.8
- Metascore: 8
- IMDb user rating: 3.4
- Runtime: 95 minutes

Jason Bateman might be a venerable talent these days, but he was no Michael J. Fox back in 1987. It was Fox who played teen Scott Howard in the original Teen Wolf, which hasn't aged well but looks like Citizen Kane next to this maligned sequel. Bateman stars as Scott's cousin Todd, whose werewolf DNA kicks in just as he's entering college.

#17. Epic Movie (2007)
New Regency Productions

#17. 'Epic Movie' (2007)

- Directors: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
- Stacker score: 22.3
- Metascore: 17
- IMDb user rating: 2.4
- Runtime: 86 minutes

Putting fantasy epics and other blockbusters in their crosshairs, Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer delivered this exercise in bad taste. The film was an epic failure everywhere but at the box office, where it grossed over $85 million worldwide on a reported budget of $20 million. At least someone was laughing and all the way to the bank.

#16. Simon Sez (1999)
Global Entertainment Productions GmbH & Company Medien KG

#16. 'Simon Sez' (1999)

- Director: Kevin Alyn Elders
- Stacker score: 22.3
- Metascore: 16
- IMDb user rating: 2.5
- Runtime: 85 minutes

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman plays Interpol agent Simon and heads to France on a dangerous mission. Robert Downey Jr. was initially attached to the project, luckily dropping out before shooting began. Los Angeles Times critic Kevin Thomas called it a "lackluster international action-adventure," which seems to be putting it kindly.

#15. Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)
Columbia Pictures

#15. 'Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star' (2011)

- Director: Tom Brady
- Stacker score: 22.3
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 3.2
- Runtime: 97 minutes

Happy Madison stalwart Nick Swardson stepped into the spotlight for this rudderless comedy, quickly receding soon after. He plays the title character, a naive grocery clerk who tries to break into the adult film business. Adam Sandler co-wrote the screenplay but didn't star.

#14. Not Cool (2014)
Point Park University

#14. 'Not Cool' (2014)

- Director: Shane Dawson
- Stacker score: 22.3
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 4
- Runtime: 93 minutes

YouTube phenom Shane Dawson directed and starred in this deplorable romantic comedy. It takes place in Pittsburgh and centers around a group of rambunctious friends who reunite over Thanksgiving break. "No one involved with it should ever be allowed to work in the movies again," wrote New York Times critic Neil Genzlinger.

#13. Who’s Your Caddy? (2007)
Ascendant Pictures

#13. 'Who's Your Caddy?' (2007)

- Director: Don Michael Paul
- Stacker score: 21.7
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 2.2
- Runtime: 93 minutes

When a hip-hop superstar (Big Boi) is denied access to a swanky country club, he and his entourage bum rush the show. Important social issues take a backseat to sitcom-style antics and juvenile humor. Meanwhile, why would anyone want to rip off the plotline from Caddyshack II?

#12. Date Movie (2006)
New Regency Productions

#12. 'Date Movie' (2006)

- Directors: Aaron Seltzer, Jason Friedberg
- Stacker score: 21.2
- Metascore: 11
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 83 minutes

After writing the hit spoof Scary Movie, duo Jason Friedberg (uncredited) and Aaron Seltzer made their directorial debut. Date Movie targets romantic comedies by way of ceaseless raunch and vacuous pop culture references. Thus began a string of critically reviled but commercially successful parodies.

#11. Meet the Spartans (2008)
New Regency Productions

#11. 'Meet the Spartans' (2008)

- Directors: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
- Stacker score: 20.1
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 87 minutes

Kings of unfunny comedy Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer are back with another critic-proof spoof. A parody of the hit film 300, it's also a meandering hodgepodge of celebrity takedowns and cultural misfires. It took #1 at the domestic box office during opening weekend, naturally.

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#10. 10 Rules for Sleeping Around (2013)
Thinkfactory Media

#10. '10 Rules for Sleeping Around' (2013)

- Director: Leslie Greif
- Stacker score: 20.1
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 3.6
- Runtime: 94 minutes

Welcome to the polyamorous world of 20-something couple Vince (Jesse Bradford) and Cameron (Virginia Williams) who abide by a series of simple rules. They take those rules to a Hamptons house party in this poorly acted risqué farce. Think of it as the equivalent of watching a first-time comic riff during open night mic for 94 minutes straight.

#9. From Justin to Kelly (2003)
19 Entertainment

#9. 'From Justin to Kelly' (2003)

- Director: Robert Iscove
- Stacker score: 19
- Metascore: 14
- IMDb user rating: 2.1
- Runtime: 81 minutes

American Idol fever was in full-swing when this movie tie-in came along, disappointing just about everyone. Season one winner Kelly Clarkson and runner-up Justin Guarini assume their alter-egos and meet up during spring break in Miami. Smelling the stink from a mile away, Clarkson later boiled her participation down to two words: "contractually obligated."

#8. Disaster Movie (2008)
Lionsgate

#8. 'Disaster Movie' (2008)

- Directors: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
- Stacker score: 18.5
- Metascore: 15
- IMDb user rating: 1.9
- Runtime: 87 minutes

With a title that speaks for itself, this disaster of a disaster movie skewers other disaster movies. The good news is that it underperformed at the box office, earning less than $15 million domestically on a reported budget of $20 million. The bad news is that Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer went on to make more movies.

#7. Baby Geniuses (1999)
Crystal Sky Worldwide

#7. 'Baby Geniuses' (1999)

- Director: Bob Clark
- Stacker score: 17.9
- Metascore: 6
- IMDb user rating: 2.7
- Runtime: 97 minutes

At the behest of a conglomerate, two mad scientists (Kathleen Turner and Christopher Lloyd) try to crack the code of baby talk. Computer-generated imagery gives each baby moving, adult lips. An even worse sequel followed.

#6. Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas (2014)
Camfam Studios

#6. 'Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas' (2014)

- Director: Darren Doane
- Stacker score: 17.4
- Metascore: 18
- IMDb user rating: 1.4
- Runtime: 79 minutes

Sitcom-star-turned-evangelical activist Kirk Cameron is here to put the religion back in Christmas. An endearing message perhaps, but it's delivered in too hamfisted a fashion to work as a film. Refusing to mince words, Los Angeles Times critic Michael Rechtshaffen dubbed it "an unholy mess."

#5. The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence) (2015)
Six Entertainment Company

#5. 'The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence)' (2015)

- Director: Tom Six
- Stacker score: 17.4
- Metascore: 5
- IMDb user rating: 2.7
- Runtime: 102 minutes

Determined to outdo himself, director Tom Six cranks up the body horror and incompetence alike for this third installment. After watching The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), a deranged prison warden creates the largest human centipede of them all. And so a trilogy that never should have existed comes to its logical conclusion.

#4. InAPPropriate Comedy (2013)
SquareOne Entertainment

#4. 'InAPPropriate Comedy' (2013)

- Director: Vince Offer
- Stacker score: 15.8
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 2.8
- Runtime: 83 minutes

Director Vince Offer has access to the world's most offensive apps and he's sharing them with audiences, one terrible sketch at a time. A spiritual successor to Offer's previous film—2010's The Underground Comedy Movie—this one likewise falls short of its ambitions. Stand-up comic Ari Shaffir has co-screenwriting credit and he appears in the final sketch.

#3. Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)
ApolloMedia Distribution

#3. 'Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2' (2004)

- Director: Bob Clark
- Stacker score: 15.2
- Metascore: 9
- IMDb user rating: 1.9
- Runtime: 88 minutes

Director Bob Clark (A Christmas Story) further unravels his legacy with another abomination about talking babies. This time, the baby geniuses and their computer-generated imagery lips square off against a twisted media mogul (Jon Voight). Paltry box office receipts prove there is some justice left in this world.

#2. The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
Atlantic Entertainment Group

#2. 'The Garbage Pail Kids Movie' (1987)

- Director: Rod Amateau
- Stacker score: 14.7
- Metascore: 1
- IMDb user rating: 2.6
- Runtime: 100 minutes

Grotesque-yet-hilarious trading card characters hurled onto the big screen for this despised adaptation. Released from their ooze-filled can, the Garbage Pail Kids wreak havoc throughout the city. In a retrospective editorial, critic Nathan Rabin writes: "This is pure trash, appropriately enough, and not even the fun type."

#1. The Hottie & the Nottie (2008)
Purple Pictures

#1. 'The Hottie & the Nottie' (2008)

- Director: Tom Putnam
- Stacker score: 14.1
- Metascore: 7
- IMDb user rating: 1.9
- Runtime: 91 minutes

If you want to be Paris Hilton's lover, find someone to get with her unattractive friend. That's more or less the premise of this gross-out vanity project from the once-ubiquitous reality star. It made $27,696 at the domestic box office and earned Hilton two well-deserved Razzie Awards. It's also the worst comedy of all time. Now that's hot.

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