"Gotti" made headlines this year when it got a zero percent score on Rotten Tomatoes -- but there are worse films out there. Click through TheWrap's gallery of worst reviewed films of all time on RT, ranked by number of reviews.
"Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever" (2002)
# of Reviews: 117
Cast: Antonio Banderas, Lucy Liu
What It's About: An FBI agent and a rogue DIA agent are tasked to kill each other, but they soon realize they aren't each other's biggest enemy.
What Critics Said: AV Club's Keith Phipps said it "looks like a video-game promo," while Associated Press' Jocelyn Noveck asked, "Why am I sitting here, anyway?"
"One Missed Call" (2008)
# of Reviews: 80
Cast: Shannyn Sossamon, Edwards Burns
What It's About: People start receiving calls from their future selves -- with details of their deaths.
What Critics Said: Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Bob Longino said the film was "one big miss of a horror movie," while Toronto Star's Philip Marchand said the best part about the movie is that it is "mercifully short."
"A Thousand Words" (2012)
# of Reviews: 56
Cast: Eddie Murphy, Kerry Washington, Allison Janney
What It's About: A literary agent finds a Bodhi tree on his property which is shaped by the consequences of every word he speaks.
What Critics Said: We Got This Covered critic Kristal Cooper simply wrote, "Try two words: stay away." Meanwhile The National's James Luxford wrote, "a poorly conceived and startling miscast comedy."
# of Reviews: 54
Cast: Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi
What It's About: A wooden puppet disregards advice from the Blue Fairy and his father and goes on one adventure after another.
What Critics Said: Chicago Reader's Jonathan Rosenbaum said the film was "truly awful," while L.A. Weekly's Dan Fienberg said, "Visually sumptuous but intellectually stultifying."
"Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2" (2004)
# of Reviews: 45
Cast: Jon Voight, Scott Baio
What It's About: Media moguls try to crack the code to baby talk, while the babies of the world try to stop them.
What Critics Said: The Wall Street Journal's Joanne Kaufman wrote, "unspeakably ghastly," while Chicago Reader's J. R. Jones simply said "excruciating."
# of Reviews: 44
Cast: John Travolta, Kelly Preston
What It's About: It's the story about crime boss John Gotti and his son.
What Critics Said: New York Post's Johnny Oleksinski wrote bluntly: "I'd rather wake up next to a severed horse head than ever watch 'Gotti' again."
"National Lampoon's Gold Diggers" (2004)
# of Reviews: 44
Cast: Will Friedle, Chris Owen
What It's About: Two losers marry two elderly sisters, hoping they'll inherit their fortune.
What Critics Said: Washington Post's Jen Chaney said the film was "stupefyingly hideous," while Seattle Times' Erik Lundegaard begged people to not "waste your money."
"Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star" (2011)
# of Reviews: 35
Cast: Nick Swardson, Christina Ricci
What It's About: A kid from the midwest moves to Hollywood to become a porn star.
What Critics Said: Time Out's Matt Singer described the film as "dire" and "soul-crushing," while Newsday's Rafer Guzman said it was "icky and repellent."
"The Ridiculous 6" (2015)
# of Reviews: 35
Cast: Adam Sandler, Taylor Lautner, Rob Schneider
What It's About: When an outlaw raised by Native Americans realizes he has five half-brothers, they all band together to find their dad.
What Critics Said: "Thanks for nothing, Netflix," is what Chicago Sun-Times critic Richard Roeper wrote. TheWrap's own Debbie Day added that the film is "everything wrong with Hollywood for the past two decades."
"Dark Crimes" (2018)
# of Reviews: 34
Cast: Jim Carrey, Martin Csokas, Charlotte Gainsbourg
What It's About: Clues to a murder of a businessman are laid out in a book about a similar crime.
What Critics Said: New York Post's Johnny Oleksinski said "that this exercise in vulgarity was made at all is shameful," while Chicago Sun-Times' Richard Roeper said the film "leaves a sour taste."