The Worst Comedies of All Time

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30. Zoom (2006)
> IMDb rating: 4.3 (20,996 votes)
> RT audience rating: 33% (11,425 votes)
> Tomatometer rating: 4% (68 votes)
> Starring: Tim Allen, Courteney Cox, Chevy Chase, Spencer Breslin
> Director: Peter Hewitt

Source: Courtesy of Dimension Films

29. My Boss’s Daughter (2003)
> IMDb rating: 4.7 (29,364 votes)
> RT audience rating: 23% (52,800 votes)
> Tomatometer rating: 8% (74 votes)
> Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Tara Reid, Andy Richter, Molly Shannon
> Director: David Zucker

Source: Courtesy of Buena Vista Pictures

28. Inspector Gadget (1999)
> IMDb rating: 4.1 (48,053 votes)
> RT audience rating: 18% (275,660 votes)
> Tomatometer rating: 20% (64 votes)
> Starring: Matthew Broderick, Rupert Everett, Joely Fisher, Michelle Trachtenberg
> Director: David Kellogg

Source: Courtesy of The Weinstein Company

27. Scary Movie V (2013)
> IMDb rating: 3.5 (70,921 votes)
> RT audience rating: 38% (236,276 votes)
> Tomatometer rating: 4% (52 votes)
> Starring: Simon Rex, Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan
> Directors: Malcolm D. Lee, David Zucker

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26. Troll 2 (1990)
> IMDb rating: 2.9 (32,623 votes)
> RT audience rating: 44% (10,355 votes)
> Tomatometer rating: 5% (21 votes)
> Starring: Michael Paul Stephenson, George Hardy, Margo Prey, Connie Young
> Director: Claudio Fragasso

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