1997 Nicolas Cage And John Travolta Star In The New Movie "Face Off" (Photo By Getty Images)

When it comes to a Movie rating system, Rotten Tomatoes has become the standard the industry uses today. They use a method called the Tomatometer score, providing movie fans with what is fresh, and what’s rotten, in theaters and at home. The rating system has been around for about 24 years now. Before we dip into their list of the worst, here are cliff notes of my all-time ones that stunk bad. So hold your nose and see if you remember these movies.

#1. First on my list was the 1990 movie,” Problem Child.” John Ritter is normally funny in moderation. The only thing that saved this movie was Gilbert Gottfried. Maybe I have to watch again to get all the jokes. I just didn’t care for it much.

#2. The Move “Face Off” starring Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. I remember going to see this movie. Left the theater and bought another ticket to watch another movie. I just thought the whole plot was so stupid.

#3. “Jack and Jill.” Adam Sandler has his normal tranquil life turned upside down when his twin sister Jill (also Adam Sandler) arrives for visit.  I vividly remember taking a date to this movie and her telling me after the movie that she never wanted to see me again. So I have some tragic mental issues dealing with this issue.

#4. “Serving Sarah.” Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley played well! Although the movie got real old real fast. It was like they were trying too hard for the one liner jokes. Mathew Perry set a record for one liners in this movie. More then on the TV show Friends.

#5. “The Adventures of Pluto Nash.” This is one movie I never seen in a Theater but bought it on DVD for 10 cents at a local garage sale. On my own garage sale, let’s just say it was in a box labeled, ” just take it.”.

There is only a few movies that I ever got up and walked out on. Going to hold out for a Mel Brooks movie before I go back to the theaters again.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, These are the 30 Worst Movies of All-Time

30. Killing Me Softly (2002) Rating: 0% Chinese-born American Chen Kaige is a very well-respected director. In 1993, Kaige won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for directing Farewell My Concubine. Additionally, Kaige earned praise for his 2002 film Together. Unfortunately, Killing Me Softly was a massive flop.

Born in Mt Clemens, Screamin has been a part of the Detroit airwaves for over 29 years with 26 at WRIF and 3 years as a morning show host at Z-Rock. When he’s not out on the streets, you can find him in his game room, where he collects jukeboxes and classic pinball machines. Screamin also devotes time doing local charities with his, "Screamin Angels"; and for 15 years with Rock 4 Tots charity. “CHIT” is his local cover band for 10 years all over the Motor City in local bars and has graced the main stage at local festivals like Arts, Beats & Eats warming up for national acts like Cheap Trick, Guess Who & even Salt & Peppa. Screamin’ is the lead singer and also plays cowbell & lead triangle

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