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To help you weed out a few of the bad seeds, we've put together a list of the worst films on the streaming service, according to their Rotten Tomatoes ratings. Who doesn't love watching a terrible movie every now and then?) "United Passions," starring Gérard Depardieu, is all about the rise of the FIFA World Cup.
Critics were pretty kind about the performances, but they didn't hold back when it came to the film.According to Tim Appelo at The Wrap, it's "one of those rare films so unfathomably ghastly you could write a better one while sitting through its interminable 110 minutes.""The Ridiculous 6" -- Adam Sandler's comedy about six strangers who discover they have the same father-- was surrounded by controversy before it was even released on Netflix.According to Variety, six Native American cast members walked off set over racist jokes, which Sandler and Netflix tried to downplay.Brian Orndorf at said, "Either one of the most poorly edited features I've seen this year, or director Rustam Branaman is trying to pull off a colossal cinematic prank.".(This editor couldn't even stay awake for the whole thing.) It focuses on Rick (Natt Wolff), who's trying to win over Nina (Selena Gomez), but ends up being seduced by his best friend's mom, a Mrs. Aside from that mess, the other adults in the film, two of whom are played by Mary-Louise Parker and Heather Graham, can't stop As you probably guessed by the title, "The Starving Games" is essentially a "Hunger Games" parody (because every movie needs a parody these days, apparently), where the "tributes" fight for old or half-eaten food. It's "not so much a 'film' as '83 minutes of terrible things happening on a screen,'" said Max Nicholson at IGN.