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These days, everyone’s a critic. So if that’s the case, how awful must a movie be to actually get a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes? There are bad movies, and then there are movies so terrible that literally no one single reviewer in the world liked them. Here’s a look at some of the truly horrible movies that earned a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes…

A Thousand Words | 0:21
Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star | 1:01
The Nutcracker In 3D | 1:43
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 | 2:24
One Missed Call | 3:38

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29 thoughts on “Movies That Earned A Zero Rating On Rotten Tomatoes

  1. but anyways we can't make movie.I tried to make and it drived me crazy. so respect those tho it's bad

  2. The section of horror flicks I call just scary and kinda fun are films I really enjoy. I realize that One Missed Call is on the bad list, but it is in the same vain as the Bye Bye Man, Darkness Falls, Slender Man, Final Destination, and so on. So, if you like those films, I think you should give it a shot. My whole horror fan family enjoyed it. We didn't care that the phone thing was "ridiculous", and the actors were quite good and not the typical teenage fare.

  3. I had jury summons one year and had to sit and watch A Thousand Words, the whole movie. And afterward I still got picked for jury duty.

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