This Is the Worst Movie of All Time

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33. The Cavern (2005)
> IMDb average rating: 2.8/10 (1,676 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 6% (1,134 votes)
> Starring: Sybil Darrow, Mustafa Shakir, Ogy Durham, Andrew Caple-Shaw

A horror film set in Kazakhstan, “The Cavern” follows a group of cavers trying to escape a mysterious beast. Spoiler alert: The beast wins in the end.

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32. .com for Murder (2002)
> IMDb average rating: 2.7/10 (4,111 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 7% (11,081 votes)
> Starring: Nastassja Kinski, Jeffery Dean, Nicollette Sheridan, Roger Daltrey

In this psychological thriller, an injured woman confined to her home stumbles upon a murderer online. This update of the Hitchcock classic “Rear Window” wasted the talents of some pretty well-known actors and musicians including Nastassja Kinski, Roger Daltrey, and Huey Lewis.

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31. Inchon (1981)
> IMDb average rating: 2.7/10 (762 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 7% (257 votes)
> Starring: Laurence Olivier, Jacqueline Bisset, Ben Gazzara, Toshirô Mifune

Proving that even epic war pictures can bomb at the box office, this film details the pivotal Korean war battle of Inchon. Despite the prestige of Laurence Olivier as Gen. Douglas MacArthur and a stellar cast, the film lost $41 million.

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30. Pledge This! (2006)
> IMDb average rating: 1.8/10 (18,211 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 18% (7,524 votes)
> Starring: Paris Hilton, Simon Rex, Paula Garcés, Sarah Carter

Also billed as “National Lampoon’s Pledge This,” the comedy follows the exploits of a group of so-called misfit sorority sisters who search for a new home after the toilet in their house explodes. They attempt to join a sorority led by Paris Hilton, who tries to keep them out but in the end relents and lets them in.

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29. Night Train to Venice (1993)
> IMDb average rating: 2.2/10 (1,015 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 13% (738 votes)
> Starring: Hugh Grant, Tahnee Welch, Malcolm McDowell, Kristina Söderbaum

An author (played by Hugh Grant) travels to Venice to drop off his latest manuscript on European Neo-Nazism. Along the way he meets a stranger who causes him to lose his memory, and nearly gets killed.