13 WORST Movies of 2016: How Low Did They Go?

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According to various Collateral Beauty reviews, this Will Smith movie is horrible.

We're talking truly rancid.

But the drama has actually earned a 12% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is the most trusted source for movie reviews on the Web, collating takes from many viewpoints around the globe to come up with a "score" for every film out there.

Sometimes, films are so bad that they earn a 0%; as in, every movie critic around the world absolutely despises these movies.

So... which big screen creations earned this hilariously low score in 2016?

Behold below: the 13 WORST MOVIES OF THE YEAR!

1. Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever
"Who benefits from the existence of this film?" - Glenn Kenney, New York Times

2. Sundown

Sundown
"The best thing about Sundown is that it’s too dumb to be offensive." - Alan Zilberman, Washington Post

3. Term Life

Term Life
"It’s a wannabe noir with no atmosphere, and a waste of a talented cast by a director who really has no idea what to do with them." - Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

4. Precious Cargo

Precious Cargo
"What persuaded Bruce Willis to accept a role in this cheap-looking, poorly scripted, irredeemably derivative crime thriller is a question only he, and his agent, can answer." - Brian Viner, Daily Mail

5. Amateur Night

Amateur Night
"Amateur Night isn’t wild or funny. It would rather spray its characters with vaginal fluid than dream up a killer punchline." - Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com

6. Ghost Team

Ghost Team
"Even with the short running time, Ghost Team slogs along for an eternity. Avoid this unfortunate misfire at all costs." - Josh Kupecki, Austin Chronicle

7. Satanic

Satanic
"Satanic is a ‘What Not To Do’ handbook for aspiring horror filmmakers, and then some." - Matt Donato, We Got This Covered

8. Spaceman

Spaceman
"While a fictionalized account of Bill Lee’s career certainly held some sex, drugs & rock 'n' roll potential, the blandly pedestrian film Spaceman seldom delivers despite an engagingly game lead performance by Josh Duhamel." - Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times

9. The Disappointments Room

The Disappointments Room
"This spooky house flick would be better off locked up in the attic and forgotten for good." - Katie Walsh, Los Angeles Times

10. Is That A Gun In Your Pocket?

Is That A Gun In Your Pocket?
"If I hadn’t committed to writing a review of Is That A Gun In Your Pocket?, I likely wouldn’t have had to convince myself to sit through the second half of it." - Jacqui Blue, Film Inquiry

11. My Dead Boyfriend

My Dead Boyfriend
"It’s the type of indie film that might have played at a minor festival at the turn of the millennium, with the audience offering pity laughter for the cast and crew in attendance and the director waiting in vain for news of an acquisition." - Kimber Myers, Los Angeles Times

12. Max Steel

Max Steel
"Moviegoers suffering from superhero fatigue should especially avoid Max Steel, a film that embodies the worst of what the genre has to offer." - Robert Yaniz Jr, We Got This Covered

13. The True Memoirs of an International Assassin

The True Memoirs of an International Assassin
"It’s not action-packed enough, not funny enough, and the characters aren’t memorable enough." - Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com (THG NOTE: It also starred Kevin James.)

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