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The 12 Worst-Reviewed Movies Of 2013


elizabeth banks movie 43While studios brought us gems like "Gravity" and "The Way Way Back" this year, there were also a lot of duds.

From silly car chases to celebrity-filled mashups, we've compiled the worst-reviewed movies of the year on film critic site Rotten Tomatoes.

We've only included wide releases on the list so Ja Rule's movie "I'm in Love with a Church Girl" (6%) and "CBGB" (9%) with Alan Rickman aren't here.

"R.I.P.D." just missed making it on this list (13%).

That said, here are the films critics and audiences hated most. 

12. "After Earth"— 11%

Worldwide gross: $243.8 million

Will Smith's talent is wasted as a monotone drone as he steps out of the spotlight to convince you his son Jaden Smith can handle a lead role. Still, the movie managed to do really well overseas ($183 million) so as not to bomb.

Here's our breakdown of everything wrong with this film.

(Source: Rotten Tomatoes)

11. "A Haunted House"— 10%

Worldwide gross: $60 million

The film was a big success at theaters (made on a $2.5 million budget), but few critics liked Marion Wayan's attempt to rival the "Scary Movie" franchise.

Toronto Star:

"A movie that offends every moral sensibility but delivers few comedic rewards."

(Source: Rotten Tomatoes)

10. "Runner, Runner"— 9%

Worldwide gross: $62.7 million

A Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake movie sounded kind of promising: a down-on-his-luck college student turning to online gambling to pay his debts. Instead, it ended up being a big let down. Hopefully, not a sign of things to come from Batfleck.

Boston Globe:

"It's not that "Runner Runner" is predictable. It's that you don't care, either about the characters or what happens to them."

(Source: Rotten Tomatoes)

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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