These are movies that are rated very highly by RT audiences but not loved by IMDB audiences or critics.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 38%
Smurfs: The Lost Village may satisfy very young viewers and hardcore Smurfaholics, but its predictable story and bland animation continue the franchise's recent mediocre streak.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 19%
Baywatch takes its source material's jiggle factor to R-rated levels, but lacks the original's campy charm -- and leaves its charming stars flailing in the shallows.
IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 3%
Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party finds Dinesh D'Souza once again preaching to the right-wing choir -- albeit less effectively than ever.
IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 12%
Zulay Henao, George Lopez, Mike Tyson, and Charlie Murphy co-star.
IMDB: 4.9, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 18%
A loud, rote exorcism thriller that presents nothing new to an already overpopulated subgenre.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 70%, RT Critics: 55%
LAZER TEAM begins decades ago when the Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence project received a onetime signal from outer space, which was never decoded.
IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 16%
Graham Rogers ("Quantico," LOVE & MERCY), Paul Sorvino (GOODFELLAS), and Kandyse McClure (SEVENTH SON, "Hemlock Grove") costar in this steamy thriller.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 59%, RT Critics: 22%
Think Like a Man Too reunites its predecessor's talented cast, but fails to take their characters in new or interesting directions.
IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 85%, RT Critics: 20%
A romantic-drama, OLD FASHIONED centers on Clay Walsh, a former frat boy who gives up his carousing and now runs an antique shop in a small Midwestern college town.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 56%, RT Critics: 43%
Although it's too flat and formulaic to measure up against the best family-friendly fare, Planes: Fire and Rescue is a passable diversion for much younger viewers.
IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 90%, RT Critics: 10%
With the help of some dating tips from a seductive divorcee (Connie Nielsen), Harry successfully courts Grace.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 20%
The faithful may find their spirits raised, but on purely cinematic terms, Son of God is too dull and heavy-handed to spark much fervor.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 42%
With slick choreography all too often interrupted by feeble attempts at plot, Step Up: All In would be more fun with all of its dialogue edited out.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 66%, RT Critics: 47%
Heaven Is for Real boasts a well-written screenplay and a talented cast, but overextends itself with heavy-handed sequences depicting concepts it could have trusted the audience to take on faith.
IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 58%, RT Critics: 19%
The Single Moms' Club finds Tyler Perry avoiding some of the pitfalls of his earlier work, but continuing to rely on heavy-handed melodrama at the expense of sensible characters or absorbing storylines.
IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 84%, RT Critics: 8%
Passionate but poorly constructed, America preaches to the choir.
IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 67%, RT Critics: 15%
Cheap-looking, unfunny, and kind of sexist to boot, Moms' Night Out is a disappointment from start to finish.
IMDB: 4.9, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 15%
Can he actually prove the existence of God?
IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 59%, RT Critics: 26%
The new-look Annie hints at a progressive take on a well-worn story, but smothers its likable cast under clichés, cloying cuteness, and a distasteful materialism.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 24%
The Other Woman definitely boasts a talented pedigree, but all that skill is never fully brought to bear on a story that settles for cheap laughs instead of reaching its empowering potential.
IMDB: 4.5, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 5%
IMDB: 4.5, RT Aud: 68%, RT Critics: 36%
When roommates Brad and Sergio accidentally arouse the dead, they team up with sexy amateur ghost hunter, Fernanda, to expose the evil inside their home.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 58%, RT Critics: 12%
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones borrows ingredients from seemingly every fantasy franchise of the last 30 years -- but can't seem to figure out what to do with them.
IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 56%, RT Critics: 13%
Like its predecessor, Smurfs 2 may amuse small children, but it's largely an unambitious, charm-free collection of slapstick gags and one-liners.
IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 15%
Faced with the choice between staying in or seeing Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return, most filmgoers will be forced to conclude that there's no place like home.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 59%, RT Critics: 42%
Aggressively unambitious, Journey 2 might thrill tween viewers, but most others will find it too intense for young audiences and too cartoonishly dull for adults.
IMDB: 4.8, RT Aud: 66%, RT Critics: 20%
Facing criminal charges and death threats from the mob, George and his entire family are put under witness protection in the safest place that Brian (Perry), a federal prosecutor from Atlanta, can think of
IMDB: 4.2, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 0%
A tale of family bonds and free expression, the film seeks to encourage all Americans to take a stand and raise their voices in support of their beliefs.
IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 53%, RT Critics: 30%
Despite a well-intentioned and novel premise, Girl in Progress is plagued by jarring tonal shifts and does little to break its characters out of cliché.
IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 60%, RT Critics: 17%
Parental Guidance is sweet but milquetoast, an inoffensive trifle that's blandly predictable.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 32%
Joyful Noise's musical numbers are solidly entertaining, and it benefits from Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton's sizable chemistry; unfortunately, they aren't enough to make up for the rest of the film.
IMDB: 5.1, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 25%
2016 Obama's America takes audiences on a gripping visual journey into the heart of the world's most powerful office to reveal the struggle of whether one man's past will redefine America over the next four years.
IMDB: 4.4, RT Aud: 58%, RT Critics: 5%
Unnecessary, unfunny, and generally unwelcome, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son offers more of the same for fans of Martin Lawrence's perplexingly popular series.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 61%, RT Critics: 46%
The animation is as eye-popping as ever, but Happy Feet Two's narrative is too noisily incoherent to recapture the Oscar-winning charm of its predecessor.
IMDB: 4.6, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 37%
Adapted from the multi-talented playwright/filmmaker's hit stage play of the same name, Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family finds the cantankerous family matriarch using her unique brand of tough love to help her family weather some particularly rough waters.
IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 33%
It's positioned as the start of a franchise, but I Am Number Four's familiar plot and unconvincing performances add up to one noisy, derivative, and ultimately forgettable sci-fi thriller.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 10%
Passionate ideologues may find it compelling, but most filmgoers will find this low-budget adaptation of the Ayn Rand bestseller decidedly lacking.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 19%
As shamelessly manipulative as any Nicholas Sparks production, The Last Song is done no favors by its miscast and overmatched star, Miley Cyrus.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 9%
Grown Ups' cast of comedy vets is amiable, but they're let down by flat direction and the scattershot, lowbrow humor of a stunted script.
IMDB: 4.9, RT Aud: 60%, RT Critics: 48%
Stuffed with characters and overly reliant on uninspired dialogue, Eclipse won't win The Twilight Saga many new converts, despite an improved blend of romance and action fantasy.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 19%
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a noisy, underplotted, and overlong special effects extravaganza that lacks a human touch.
IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 48%
Having lost much of its bite transitioning to the big screen, Twilight will please its devoted fans, but do little for the uninitiated.
IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 41%
More mild than wild. This tween comedy mess falls flat on its face due to poor characters, poor direction and poor jokes.
IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 77%, RT Critics: 49%
Sex and the City loses steam in the transition to the big screen, but will still thrill fans of the show.
IMDB: 4.1, RT Aud: 70%, RT Critics: 31%
Angela Bassett's considerable charms can't compensate for Meet the Browns' incessant melodrama and scattered narrative threads.
IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 65%, RT Critics: 26%
What Happens in Vegas has a few laughs, but mostly settles for derivative romantic comedy conventions and receives little help from a pair of unlikable leads.
IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 61%, RT Critics: 40%
The Longshots means well, but it's a largely formulaic affair, rarely deviating from the inspirational sports movie playbook.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 17%
Saw IV is more disturbing than compelling, with material already seen in the prior installments.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 38%
The Jaume Collet-Serra-directed comedy drama Goal!
IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 25%
While Stomp the Yard contains impressive musical and dance numbers, it loses its momentum during the intervening soap opera-style subplots.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 14%
Whether by way of inept comedy or tasteless stereotypes, I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry falters on both levels.
IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 26%
Though cutely rendered, Alvin and the Chipmunks suffers from bland potty humor and a rehashed kids' movie formula.
IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 67%, RT Critics: 14%
Lackluster acting and a ridiculous plot make the over-the-top Illegal Tender an unrealistic bust.
IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 81%, RT Critics: 26%
Daddy's Little Girls boasts fine performances and a poignant message, but is ultimately let down by amateurish filmmaking.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 72%, RT Critics: 45%
Pride features a typically stellar performance from Terrence Howard, but ultimately falls victim to its over usage of sports movie clichés.
IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 26%
This derivitive teen comedy tries to go for cute when it could use more bite.
IMDB: 5.1, RT Aud: 84%, RT Critics: 25%
Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion is sincere in its positive intentions, but leaves something to be desired as a film.
IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 76%, RT Critics: 27%
A well-meaning B-movie that suffers from a cliche-ridden script and poorly drawn characters that fail to inspire much sympathy.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 69%, RT Critics: 36%
Eye-popping driving sequences coupled with a limp story and flat performances make this Drift an adequate follow-up to the previous Fast and Furious installments. Strictly for the racing crowd and fans of the first two films.
IMDB: 4.4, RT Aud: 74%, RT Critics: 32%
While it features outstanding musical numbers, The Gospel reduces a series of worthy themes -- faith, family, forgiveness -- to soapy, banal clichés.
IMDB: 4.4, RT Aud: 83%, RT Critics: 14%
State Property 2: Philly Streets also features supporting performances from Mariah Carey, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Cam'ron, and a handful of other hip-hop and R&B stars.
IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 87%, RT Critics: 15%
Tyler Perry's successful play can't make the move to the screen; this mix of slapstick, melodrama and spirituality lacks a consistent tone.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 79%, RT Critics: 8%
Mediocre skateboard stunts are padded by a half-baked plot and one-dimensional characters.
IMDB: 4.3, RT Aud: 73%, RT Critics: 0%
State Property also stars Memphis Bleek, Omillio Sparks, and Sundy Carter.
IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 88%, RT Critics: 12%
Along with top-selling rappers DMX and Nas, hip-hop artist Method Man and R&B singer Taral Hicks also appear.
IMDB: 3.4, RT Aud: 78%, RT Critics: 23%
When the Brazilian rainforest home of young Princess Nisa (Laura Herring) is threatened by greedy American businesses, she travels to Los Angeles with Joa the shaman (Sid Haig).