This a list of movies where the critic's ratings are lower than both the RT audience ratings and the IMDB audience ratings. Sorted from worst critic rating to best.

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) 87,94,5,100

IMDB: 7.3, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 28%

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword piles mounds of modern action flash on an age-old tale -- and wipes out much of what made it a classic story in the first place.



Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) 81,88,6,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 29%

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales proves that neither a change in directors nor an undead Javier Bardem is enough to drain this sinking franchise's murky bilge.



Free State of Jones (2016) 71,76,28,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 47%

Free State of Jones has the noblest of intentions, but they aren't enough to make up for its stilted treatment of a fascinating real-life story.



Me Before You (2016) 92,91,28,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 57%

Me Before You benefits from Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin's alluring chemistry, although it isn't enough to compensate for its clumsy treatment of a sensitive subject.



Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (2016) 68,78,29,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 12%

King Regis of Lucis (Sean Bean) commands an elite force of soldiers called the Kingsglaive.



Warcraft (2016) 79,92,1,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 71%, RT Critics: 27%

Warcraft has visual thrills to spare, but they -- and director Duncan Jones' distinctive gifts -- are wasted on a sluggish and derivative adaptation of a bestselling game with little evident cinematic value.



Collateral Beauty (2016) 66,76,0,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 12%

Well-meaning but fundamentally flawed, Collateral Beauty aims for uplift but collapses in unintentional hilarity.



Miracles from Heaven (2016) 71,98,14,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 42%

Miracles from Heaven makes the most out of an outstanding performance from Jennifer Garner, but it isn't quite enough to keep this faith-based drama from preaching to the choir.



Mr. Church (2016) 93,93,12,100

IMDB: 7.7, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 14%

Set 1965 Los Angeles, Mr. Church begins with a stranger arriving on the doorstep of 10-year-old CHARLOTTE "CHARLIE" BRODY and her single mother MARIE BRODY (40), who is battling breast cancer.



The Longest Ride (2015) 81,91,3,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 71%, RT Critics: 29%

The Longest Ride is less manipulative than the average Nicholas Sparks film, but it's still saccharine and hopelessly contrived -- not that it'll matter to the target audience.



My All-American (2015) 68,89,15,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 31%

My All American has a genuinely moving real-life story to tell, but writer-director Angelo Pizzo fumbles it into manipulative, melodramatic tearjerker territory.



The Age of Adaline (2015) 86,86,28,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 67%, RT Critics: 55%

The Age of Adaline ruminates on mortality less compellingly than similarly themed films, but is set apart by memorable performances from Blake Lively and Harrison Ford.



No Escape (2015) 67,66,10,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 44%

No Escape's talented cast and taut B-movie thrills are unfortunately offset by its one-dimensional characters and uncomfortably retrograde worldview.



Little Boy (2015) 87,96,8,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 22%

Well-meaning but manipulative on a horrifically misguided scale, Little Boy is the rare faith-based film that many viewers may find legitimately offensive.



Max (2015) 65,90,8,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 70%, RT Critics: 34%

Max has good intentions and tries to hearken back to classic family-friendly features, but its disjointed, manipulative plot overwhelms the efforts of its talented human and canine stars.



If I Stay (2014) 68,78,13,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 61%, RT Critics: 35%

Although Chloƫ Grace Moretz gives it her all and the story adds an intriguing supernatural twist to its melodramatic YA framework, If I Stay is ultimately more manipulative than moving.



We're the Millers (2013) 79,94,28,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 47%

We're the Millers squanders its potential with an uneven, lazily assembled story..



Odd Thomas (2013) 71,73,25,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 34%

Anton Yelchin is the right man for the title role, but Odd Thomas suffers from a jumbled tone.



Now Is Good (2012) 83,72,29,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 57%

Diagnosed with a terminal illness, she determines to use every moment, compiling a catalogue of what a normal teenager would experience, including losing her virginity and taking drugs.



Chasing Mavericks (2012) 82,89,12,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 70%, RT Critics: 31%

It's sweet, gentle, and affably modest, but Chasing Mavericks is ultimately pulled under by an unconvincing script and a puzzling lack of energy.



Hotel Transylvania (2012) 83,97,21,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 44%

Hotel Transylvania's buoyant, giddy tone may please children, but it might be a little too loud and thinly-scripted for older audiences.



The Vow (2012) 68,80,10,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 63%, RT Critics: 29%

Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams do their best with what they're given, but The Vow is too shallow and familiar to satisfy the discriminating date-night filmgoer.



Machine Gun Preacher (2011) 67,66,11,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 28%

There's a complex man at the center of Machine Gun Preacher but the movie is too shapeless and emotionally vacant to bring his story to life.



Courageous (2011) 73,99,25,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 86%, RT Critics: 30%

While the filmmaking is fairly competent, Courageous is overall worthless to anybody who doesn't subscribe to its dogmatic agenda.



Soul Surfer (2011) 80,95,22,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 45%

There's an amazing true story at the heart of Soul Surfer -- and unfortunately, it's drowned by waves of Hollywood cheese.



Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011) 73,69,28,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 61%, RT Critics: 45%

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close has a story worth telling, but it deserves better than the treacly and pretentious treatment director Stephen Daldry gives it.



The A-Team (2010) 68,81,24,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 47%

For better and for worse, Joe Carnahan's big-screen version of The A-Team captures the superficial, noisy spirit of the TV series.



Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) 79,82,24,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 45%

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs boasts some excellent animation -- in particular, the dinosaurs are wonderfully realized -- but its story is tired and monotonous.



Law Abiding Citizen (2009) 92,99,2,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 25%

Unnecessarily violent and unflinchingly absurd, Law Abiding Citizen is plagued by subpar acting and a story that defies reason.



To Save a Life (2009) 70,97,21,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 82%, RT Critics: 33%

No hope.



21 (2008) 68,81,17,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 66%, RT Critics: 35%

21 could have been a fascinating study had it not supplanted the true story on which it is based with mundane melodrama.



Forever Strong (2008) 80,91,21,100

IMDB: 7.3, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 28%

Arielle Kebbel and Sean Astin co-star.



Yes Man (2008) 69,81,21,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 66%, RT Critics: 46%

Jim Carrey's comic convulsions are the only bright spots in this otherwise dim and predictable comedy.



Step Brothers (2008) 74,81,28,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 54%

The relentless immaturity of the humor is not a total handicap for this film, which features the consistently well-matched talents of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.



Seven Pounds (2008) 97,82,5,100

IMDB: 7.7, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 26%

Grim and morose, Seven Pounds is also undone by an illogical plot.



August Rush (2007) 94,97,8,100

IMDB: 7.5, RT Aud: 82%, RT Critics: 37%

Though featuring a talented cast, August Rush cannot overcome the flimsy direction and schmaltzy plot.



Tropa de Elite (2007) 99,98,24,100

IMDB: 8.1, RT Aud: 87%, RT Critics: 52%

Brutal, action heavy, Brazilian cop film with a pointless voiceover. Lacks flair, overdoes the violence and is never quite sure where its morals lie.



Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) 84,95,27,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 44%

POTC: AWE provides the thrilling action scenes, but mixes in too many characters with too many incomprehensible plot threads.



Music Within (2007) 79,80,24,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 33%

Music Within is a well-intentioned but pedestrian production of a story that deserves better treatment.



An American Crime (2007) 88,81,23,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 23%

A seemingly ordinary housewife and the mother of seven, imprisons a beautiful teenager, who has been left in her charge, in the basement of her Indiana home.



Trade (2007) 86,77,11,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 30%

With an exploitative style that seems more suited for TV shows like CSI, Trade's message about the reality of child exploitation is easily lost.



Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (2007) 67,67,17,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 68%, RT Critics: 47%

The non sequitur humor of Aqua Teen Hunger Force will surely appeal to its built-in fanbase, but for the uninitiated, the premise wears thin.



The Bucket List (2007) 92,94,14,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 40%

Not even the earnest performances of the two leads can rescue The Bucket List from its schmaltzy script.



Grandma's Boy (2006) 77,89,0,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 85%, RT Critics: 15%

A gross-out comedy that's more gross than comedic, Grandma's Boy is lazy and unrewarding.



The Lake House (2006) 68,70,12,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 35%

The plot of The Lake House is a little too convoluted, and the film fails to pull off the sweeping romance it aims for.



Peaceful Warrior (2006) 85,68,9,100

IMDB: 7.3, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 24%

Based on a best-selling memoir, Peaceful Warrior loses something in the transition from page to screen. It hits the viewer over the head with philosophical jargon, and ultimately fails to live up to its source material.



The Guardian (2006) 73,90,18,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 80%, RT Critics: 37%

The Coast Guard gets its chance for a heroic movie tribute, but The Guardian does it no justice, borrowing cliche after cliche from other (and better) military branch movies.



Cashback (2006) 85,87,28,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 46%

An unlikable protagonist, messy editing, and gratuitous nudity might make audiences ask for their cash back.



Underworld: Evolution (2006) 68,82,0,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 15%

A visual and aural assault on the senses, this vampire-werewolf sequel makes a lot of noise and features a heavy-handed, overly convoluted story.



America: Freedom to Fascism (2006) 84,91,16,100

IMDB: 8.0, RT Aud: 86%, RT Critics: 26%

This documentary about the American income tax and whether citizens must pay it is more of a scattershot diatribe than a persuasive argument.



Running Scared (2006) 91,80,4,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 40%

This film runs with frenetic energy punctuated by gratuitous violence but sorely lacks in plot, character development and stylistic flair.



The Holiday (2006) 74,90,28,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 80%, RT Critics: 47%

The Holiday, while sweet and somewhat touching, lacks any surprises and eventually overstays its welcome.



Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) 92,90,24,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 83%, RT Critics: 35%

Less nuanced than its source material, Memoirs of a Geisha may be a lavish production, but it still carries the simplistic air of a soap opera.



The Jacket (2005) 82,69,28,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 44%

The Jacket is a case of creepy style over substance.



The Devil's Rejects (2005) 73,80,24,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 52%

Zombie has improved as a filmmaker since "House of 1000 Corpses" and will please fans of the genre, but beware -- the horror is nasty, relentless, and sadistic.



The Chumscrubber (2005) 73,67,14,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 36%

This derivative poke at suburbia falls short of delivering a scathing indictment of upper middle-class disconnect.



End of the Spear (2005) 66,82,22,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 39%

Shoddy filmmaking and a lack of character development derail what could be a potentially compelling tale.



Constantine (2005) 74,70,27,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 46%

Despite solid production values and an intriguing premise, Constantine lacks the focus of another spiritual shoot-em-up, The Matrix.



Imaginary Heroes (2004) 77,86,19,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 35%

Imaginary Heroes is a muddled, melodramatic and unconvincing drama.



Man on Fire (2004) 97,95,17,100

IMDB: 7.7, RT Aud: 89%, RT Critics: 38%

Man on Fire starts out well, but goes over the top in the violent second half.



The Butterfly Effect (2004) 97,82,8,100

IMDB: 7.7, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 32%

The premise is intriguing, but it's placed in the service of an overwrought and tasteless thriller.



Saw (2004) 97,90,28,100

IMDB: 7.7, RT Aud: 84%, RT Critics: 48%

Saw is more than nasty enough for genre junkies, but far too twisted, gory, and shallow for more discerning horror fans.



Modigliani (2004) 83,87,6,100

IMDB: 7.4, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 4%

Nearly everyone is miscast in this disjointed and slow-moving portrait of Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani.



The Phantom of the Opera (2004) 89,90,12,100

IMDB: 7.3, RT Aud: 84%, RT Critics: 32%

The music of the night has hit something of a sour note: Critics are calling the screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's popular musical histrionic, boring, and lacking in both romance and danger. Still, some have praised the film for its sheer spectacle.



National Treasure (2004) 74,70,20,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 44%

National Treasure is no treasure, but it's a fun ride for those who can forgive its highly improbable plot.



Appurush\xeedo (2004) 73,84,16,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 25%

While visually arresting, Appleseed's narrative and dialogue pondering existentialism is ponderous, awkward, and clumsy.



A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004) 82,84,29,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 80%, RT Critics: 43%

Upon hearing of her mother's death, jaded teenage loner Purslane Hominy Will returns to New Orleans for the first time in years, ready to reclaim her childhood home.



The Life of David Gale (2003) 95,79,1,100

IMDB: 7.6, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 19%

Instead of offering a convincing argument against the death penalty, this implausible, convoluted thriller pounds the viewer over the head with its message.



The United States of Leland (2003) 78,85,12,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 34%

The United States of Leland has its moments, but they're undermined by a muddled plot, unsympathetic characters, and frustratingly uneven performances.



Azumi (2003) 68,89,27,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 46%

This adaptation of the popular manga series offers exquisitely choreographed violence -- and little else.



Latter Days (2003) 76,92,29,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 43%

A melodramatic plot and character stereotypes turn the movie into a sitcom.



Radio (2003) 71,81,13,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 35%

The story is heavy on syrupy uplift and turns Radio into a saint/cuddly pet.



Underworld (2003) 79,82,6,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 31%

Though stylish to look at, Underworld is tedious and derivative.



Poolhall Junkies (2002) 70,94,9,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 88%, RT Critics: 34%

Poolhall Junkies also features Rod Steiger in one of his final roles; the film didn't see theatrical release until nearly nine months after his death.



John Q (2002) 82,81,3,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 22%

Washington's performance rises above the material, but John Q pounds the audience over the head with its message.



Equilibrium (2002) 94,89,10,100

IMDB: 7.5, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 37%

Equilibrium is a reheated mishmash of other sci-fi movies.



Spun (2002) 66,68,8,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 75%, RT Critics: 36%

A chaotic drug movie that has little substance behind the stylistic flash.



I Am Sam (2001) 95,89,5,100

IMDB: 7.6, RT Aud: 87%, RT Critics: 34%

Not only does the manipulative I Am Sam oversimplify a complex issue, it drowns it in treacle.



Lost and Delirious (2001) 73,83,28,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 50%

Lost and Delirious becomes exactly that, as the film sinks into overwrought melodrama and cliched, obvious symbolism.



Super Troopers (2001) 82,89,14,100

IMDB: 7.1, RT Aud: 90%, RT Critics: 35%

A more-miss -than-hit affair, Super Troopers will most likely appeal to those looking for something silly.



Where the Heart Is (2000) 65,68,8,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 35%

Poor script and messy plot undermines the decent cast.



Brother (2000) 81,80,17,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 47%

There is too much hollow bloodshed in Brother, and the characters are stereotypically flat.



Pay It Forward (2000) 86,70,13,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 39%

Pay It Forward has strong performances from Spacey, Hunt, and Osment, but the movie itself is too emotionally manipulative and the ending is bad.



The Boondock Saints (1999) 98,99,12,100

IMDB: 7.9, RT Aud: 91%, RT Critics: 20%

A juvenile, ugly movie that represents the worst tendencies of directors channeling Tarantino.



Detroit Rock City (1999) 66,68,25,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 82%, RT Critics: 47%

Silly plot, over-the-top directing style.



Now and Then (1995) 65,69,28,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 82%, RT Critics: 23%

This wistful drama is set in the summer of 1970 and follows the adventures of four 12-year-old girls as they attempt to solve a murder.



Bad Boys (1995) 68,70,16,100

IMDB: 6.8, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 42%

Bad Boys stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have enjoyable chemistry; unfortunately, director Michael Bay too often drowns it out with set pieces and explosions in place of an actual story.



The Basketball Diaries (1995) 89,68,20,100

IMDB: 7.3, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 46%

Not even the efforts of former addict Reggie (Ernie Hudson) can cure Jim.



Kids (1995) 77,68,17,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 48%

When one of his old encounters discovers that she is H.I.V.-positive, after only one encounter with a guy, Telly remains undaunted.



Tommy Boy (1995) 77,81,25,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 90%, RT Critics: 43%

Though it benefits from the comic charms of its two leads, Tommy Boy too often feels like a familiar sketch stretched thin.



The House of the Spirits (1993) 69,73,18,100

IMDB: 6.9, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 29%

Their daughter falls in love with the son of one of Esteban's foremen, a hot-headed revolutionary named Pedro (Antonio Banderas).



Newsies (1992) 73,92,19,100

IMDB: 7.0, RT Aud: 88%, RT Critics: 38%

The "newsies" band together to protest a pay cut by Pulitzer (Robert Duvall), organizing a union to protect their rights and ensure fair wages.



The Five Heartbeats (1991) 76,99,27,100

IMDB: 7.5, RT Aud: 95%, RT Critics: 37%

This tuneful drama looks back upon the career of a fictional rhythm & blues group and chronicles their rise and fall.



Fratello sole, sorella luna (1972) 70,79,29,100

IMDB: 7.2, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 44%

Aux cotes de Claire, il preche la parole de Dieu.