10 Worst Movies of 2023

Ghosted: Apple TV+'s viewing was high, yet all reviews were unfavorable, indicating a problem. This Chris Evans and Ana de Armas action/adventure film failed.

Fast X: Indifference is worse than bad reviews, and most have forgotten this serial part. Without Jason Momoa's promotion work, the blowback may have been harsher.

Napoleon: Despite Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby's stellar performances, the picture failed to engage. For a huge release with so much excitement and interest in the material, Rotten Tomatoes gives it 58% from audiences and critics.

Heart of Stone: This film people either forgot after seeing or didn't know existed. Despite Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan, this pretentious spy thriller failed.

Expend4bles: This movie had a 14% Rotten Tomatoes rating due to critics' dislike. "This is a dumb-as-rocks exercise in violence and stupidity, which represents a low for a franchise that was already scraping the bottom of the barrel," Adam Graham of the News.

Your Place or Mine: The rom-com has potential, but Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon are no Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Too much cliché in the plot. This genre either makes you original or forgotten, as Aline Brosh McKenna's film.

Magic Mike's Last Dance: Was this installment necessary? A third movie isn't justified by Mike seducing a millionaire's wife. Even the film's scenery can't save the saga's conclusion.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey: This film proves that popular works become public domain after 95 years. Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny's rights expire in 2024, so expect more titles like this... but please make them better.

Best. Christmas. Ever! Despite its title, this 2023 Netflix release may be the worst Christmas movie ever. It stars Heather Graham, Jason Biggs, and Brandy, but the plot is weak and nonsensical. Some say forget Christmas, this is the worst movie ever.