Walk of Fame These are the Worst Action Movies of All Time Published 3 years ago on Mar 6, 2016 By Melina Papadopoulos Moviegoers like to be on the edge of their seats. They want to see fiery explosions, gripping chase scenes, and compelling, three-dimensional characters who must display exceptional cunning if they want to escape precarious situations. Sometimes, however, movies that are supposed to provide thrills simply fall flat, be it because of poor acting, lackluster special effects, poorly written screenplay, or a combination of these elements. Here is a list of the absolute worst action movies of all time: 1. A Presidential Vampire Hunt: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, 2012 Sometimes unusual is good. In the hands of a good writer, a strange premise can be surprisingly engaging and even artful. Unfortunately, when the execution falls flat, audiences can be left bewildered—and not in a good way. Screen Robot The film takes place in the 1800’s and follows the ubiquitous Honest Abe, who learns from his mentor Henry Sturgess how to conquer vampires. Believe it or not, the film was actually adapted from a novel of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith. In fact, with the help of Simon Kinberg, Grahame-Smith wrote the screenplay for the film. Overall, critics acknowledged that the film was nice to look at. Beyond that, though, many argued that it takes itself too seriously for such a bizarre concept. 2. An Artist’s Thriller without the Art: Alex Cross (2012) An action movie featuring a killer with an artist’s antics and skilled hand has a lot of potential, especially with a star like Tyler Perry behind it. Cleveland.com Based on a novel series by James Patterson, this 2012 film directed by Rob Cohen follows Dr. Alex Cross, a Detroit-based psychologist and police lieutenant who takes up a lucrative career opportunity with the FBI. The film also features Michael Fox as a suave and sinewy killer who goes by the name Picasso. Sadly, the film fared poorly with both audiences and critics. 3. Out of this World: Battlefield Earth (2000) Alien movies offer the kind of thrills that movie buffs so often crave: glimpses into the unknown, otherworldly skirmishes, palpable airs of mystery. BasementRejects Director Roger Christian attempted to master the art of alien invasion with Battlefield Earth, adapted from L. Ron Hubbard’s novel of the same name. What’s more, John Travolta–who stars in the film as extraterrestrial chief Teri–longed for some time to bring Hubbard’s novel to the big screen. Unfortunately, most major studios failed to see its marketability. In 2000, the film became a reality but received little love, grossing only $29.7 million against its $73 million budget. 4. Made of Sterner Stuff: RoboCop 3 (1993) In 1987, director Paul Verhoeven saw success with RoboCop, which grossed $53 million against a $13 million budget. Three years later, Irvin Kershner directed its sequel, RoboCop 2, which performed only mildly with audiences. And then three years after that, Fred Dekker’s third and final installation of the franchise was released, only to flounder at the box office. Loose Cannon The RoboCop franchises follows Alex Murphy, a police officer who is fatally shot on the job. Murphy undergoes a procedure that transforms him into a cyborg called “RoboCop.” As RoboCop, he patrols Detroit, a city plagued by insurmountable poverty and crime. In RoboCop 3, the titular character (played by Robert Burke) attempts to deliver Detroit from complete ruin. Unfortunately, the movie failed to please critics. Many lamented its paper-thin plot, cinematic blunders, and failure to creatively expand upon the film’s dystopian universe. 5. Go, Go! Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie Those 90’s kids sure loved Power Rangers. Therefore, it only made sense to introduce the beloved characters to the big screen. The Comics Code Its plot is fairly standard: the teenage superheroes must defeat the power-hungry Divatox who threatens to unleash a dangerous demon called Maligore from his smoldering chambers. While the film generally satisfied fans upon its theatrical release, critics were not so enthused. Currently, Turbo holds a 17% “Rotten” score on RottenTomatoes.com. Next on our list is a fiery, over-the-top racing film. 6. A Wild Ride: Torque (2004) The Fast and the Furious has inspired many quick-paced, action-packed racing movies over the years. Perhaps the most notorious is Torque. Demon’s Resume In this 2004 Joseph Kahn-directed film, biker Cary Ford (Martin Henderson) is on the run from a rival gang who believe he’s responsible for a member’s death. While some critics consider it to be one of the worst movies in cinematic history, others acknowledge its impressive stunts. In fact, it received several Taurus Award nominations for its stunt work. 7. Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009) Based on the popular Street Fighter video game franchise, this 2009 film stars Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li, an accomplished pianist who seems to face one personal tragedy after another. IFC.com The film mainly focuses on Chun-Li’s life as a crime fighter. It performed dismally at the box office, making back only $12.8 million of its hefty $50 million budget. Moreover, fans and critics alike were largely underwhelmed by its fight scenes. 8. Classified: Most Wanted (1997) Keenan Ivory Wayans not only wrote this film, he acted in it as well, portraying a U.S. Marine named James Dunn who works for a top-secret operation. IMDb The film grossed only $11.8 million at the box office, a painful contrast to its $25 million budget. Additionally, it holds a score of 16% on Rotten Tomatoes. 9. An Anticipated Adaptation: The Last Airbender (2010) Fans of the Nickelodeon series of the name clamored to see Avatar: The Last Airbender adapted to the big screen, perhaps evidenced by the $319.7 million it raked in at the box office. However, the movie didn’t quite hit the spot. Den of Geek Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, this 2010 film was thoroughly criticized for its lack of loyalty to the show’s original plot and sweeping universe. It received a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture. 10. Dark and Gritty: Barb Wire (1996) Based on a comic book series of the same name, this science film stars Pamela Anderson as Barb Wire, a woman who manages the Hammerhead nightclub in Steel Harbor, a city separate from the war-ravaged terrain surrounding it. sharethefiles.com The film grossed only $3.8 million at the box office, against its $9 million budget. Critics complained that its plot is far too similar to that of the iconic Casablanca. It currently holds a 28% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. On the next page, read about a live-action adaptation to a beloved 80’s cartoon. 11. From Animation to Live Action: Inspector Gadget (1999) This 1999 action comedy is a nod to the 1983 animated series of the name. Like the cartoon, it follows Inspector Gadget (Matthew Broderick) on his quest to avenge the evil Dr. Claw (Rupert Everett). Additionally, the film touches upon the history of Inspector Gadget and how he was transformed into a cyborg crime-fighter after a near-fatal accident, which was never touched upon in the series. movie.info Although the film did decently at the box office, grossing $134.4 million against a $90 budget, it failed to make much of an impression on critics. Many thought that the film looked nice enough but couldn’t quite carry the weight of its own plot. Nonetheless, it spawned a sequel, Inspector Gadget 2, which was released direct to DVD. 12. A Glory Race: Redline (2007) Redline stars Nadia Bjorin as Natasha, a budding musician who works as an auto mechanic. In the film, she finds herself in the middle of a seedy street-racing ring organized by wealthy supercar owners. Fandango The movie faced a troubled start, in that it came into existence mostly on loans. It doesn’t help that it didn’t perform well at the box office, making a measly $8.2 million against a $26 million mostly borrowed budget. It currently holds a score of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. 13. Concealed: Hollow Man (2000) Based loosely on H.G. Wells’ renowned novel The Invisible Man, this horror/sci-fi film tells the story of Dr. Sebastian Caine, a scientist who creates a serum that can turn people invisible. He uses it on himself and turns out to be a highly sadistic killer. MAUIWatch The movie made $190.2 million at the box office but received largely negative reviews from critics. Some cite the film’s stale standard horror plot as its biggest weakness. Even so, the film received some acclaim for its skillful special effects and was even nominated for an Academy Award. Unfortunately, Gladiator defeated it. 14. Aiming High: Thunderbirds (2004) Based on the 1964 television series of the same name, this action film follows the Tracy family. They find themselves in peril when a psychic villain called The Hood infiltrates their secret organization, International Rescue. MovieQuotesandMore The film bombed at the box office, grossing a total of $28.3 million against a $57 million budget. It not only disappointed critics but also avid fans of the series, many of whom accused producers of straying too far from the source material. It boasts a 19% “rotten” score on Rotten Tomatoes. 15. A Broke Broker Cop: Hollywood Homicide (2003) In this comedy-action flick, Harrison Ford stars as a struggling homicide detective in Hollywood. It’s based on the real life its screenplay writer Robert Souza who served as a homicide detective for the LAPD while working as a real estate broker on the side. Hollywood Jesus It fared poorly at the box office, making back only $51 million of its $75 million budget. Critics disliked it overall, although the renowned Roger Ebert surprisingly reviewed it favorably, giving it 3 out of 4 stars according to his own metric. On the next page, learn more about a movie inspired by an arcade game. 16. House of the Dead (2002) Inspired by the popular Sega arcade game of the same name, House of the Dead follows a group of college kids who vacation to a distant island, only to find themselves preyed on by viciously hungry zombies. badmovies.org Critics tore the movie apart. In fact, it still regularly turns up on Worst Films lists. It also holds a score of 3% on Rotten Tomatoes. It spawned a sequel that premiered 0n the SyFy channel in the United States in 2006. 17. A Raging Fire: Collateral Damage (2002) In this film, Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as Gordon Brewer, a Los Angeles firefighter who seeks justice for the death of his family. 5wordmoviereviews.com The film was meant to premiere in 2001 but, because of its heavy themes concerning terrorism, had to be postponed due to the events of September 11, 2001. When it was at last released in 2002, it received overall negative reviews from critics, who largely found the plot to be plodding and formulaic. 18. Stranded on Mars: Doom (2005) In this movie, a team of U.S. marines conduct research on Mars. Havoc ensues when the facility is compromised and the researchers must fend off super-powerful genetically modified bloodthirsty creatures. HorrorNews.Net Inspired by the video game series of the same name, the film didn’t do much for its more critical audience members. While some acknowledged it might make a passable tribute to devoted fans, most critics found the plot and characters underwhelming. The film holds a 19% “Rotten” score on Rotten Tomatoes. 19. Harnessing Power: Dragonball Evolution (2009) Akira Toriyama’s popular manga Dragon Ball has inspired many adaptations, from the well-regarded anime series Dragon Ball Z to theatrical releases such as this film. IFC.com The film follows the ambitious Goku (Justin Chadwick) in his quest to defeat Lord Piccolo, a sinister alien warlord whose chief goal is world domination. The film performed fairly well theatrically, grossing $57.5 million against a $30 million budget. Even so, neither Dragon Ball fans nor critics particularly cared for the movie, most citing its lack of artistic energy, compared to the source material and more skillfully executed adaptations. 20. Attempted to Soar: Stealth (2005) In this 2005 sci-fi/action film, three fighter pilots work to develop a revolutionary robotic stealth aircraft with automatic features. Little do they know, they may be beckoning a grisly world war. Sam Shepherd The film fumbled at the box office, failing to come even close to surpassing its $135 million budget. Furthermore, critics lambasted the film for being too predictable, needlessly raucous, and too reliant on half-heartedly attempted techniques pulled off by more successful films like it. On the next page, read about an action film starring a sports star. 21. Simon Didn’t Say: Simon Sez (1999) Basketball star Dennis Rodman starred as Simon, an Interpol agent who rushes to France to catch up with a nefarious kidnapping villain. Rotten Tomatoes Critics treated the film brutally, many claiming that little about it was redeemable. It grossed $292,152 at the box office and currently holds a 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes. 22. An Unusual Face-off: Alien vs. Predator (2004) A group of archeologist are at work near the Antarctic studying an unusual phenomenon when are suddenly caught between a two-species power struggle. Alchetron Although it was a box office success, the film fared poorly with critics. Many found the highly anticipated fights between the creatures to be disappointingly anticlimactic. In any case, the film spawned a sequel, Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, which critics disliked even more. 23. Sss-Suspenseful? : Anaconda (1997) In this film, snake hunters and seasoned film makers alike clamor to get a glimpse at the mysterious giant anaconda. The two cross paths, unwillingly so–a film crew and an overly eager hunter, that is. It turns out that being held captive by a crazed snake hunter is the least of the film crew’s worries. Mr. Movie The film, starring Jennifer Lopez, scored big at the box office, raking in an impressive $136 million against a modest $45 million budget. Unfortunately, critics did not share some viewers’ enthusiasm for the movie. Some felt the movie dragged on, while others were dismayed by the lack of solid character development. On the other hand, some critics did appreciate the film’s picturesque setting and daring special effects. The film inspired several sequels, none of which were successes critically despite the loyal fan following. 24. A Colorful Future: Ultraviolet Milla Jovovich plays Violet Song, a woman who suffers from a fictional illness called hemoglophagia. In this futuristic society, anyone with a visible disease risks being sentenced to death. Violet, however, aspires to overthrow this system set up against her with the help of other hemoglophagia sufferers. Movie Room Reviews Critics did not particularly care for the film; it currently holds a score of 9% on Rotten Tomatoes. Nonetheless, Ultraviolet has inspired a couple spin-off projects, most notably a novel of the same name by Yvonne Navarro. 25. Making a Splash: Poseidon (2006) Adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel The Poseidon Adventure, this 2006 disaster film chronicles the destruction of the MS Poseidon, a luxury ocean liner that capsizes and leaves several of its passengers stranded at the treacherous sea, left to fend for themselves as they plan their escape. DOGO Movies The film received lukewarm reviews from critics but has been praised for its special effects. In fact, it was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Visual Effects category. Additionally, it boasts the Guinness World Record for most detailed CG model in a film. On the next page, we look at a movie all about a great prison heist. 26. Worth a Fortune: Half Past Dead (2002) In this action film, Steven Seagal plays Sasha Petrosevitch, a man who seeks vengeance for the death of his wife. He manages to sneak in to a strictly guarded Alcatraz prison and stumbles upon a chance at $200 million fortune in gold bricks. Internet Movie Firearms Database Half Past Dead fared below average at the box office, earning back $19.2 million of its $25 million budget. Critics noted the film’s unfocused plot and how it sometimes veered into jarringly silly territory. It spawned a 2007 sequel. 27. Justice Calls: Max Payne (2008) Like many movies on this list so far, Max Payne was adapted from a popular video game of the same name. It follows a policeman who seeks justice for the death of his wife and child. In the process, he uncovers the grim, shadowy world of New York’s underground criminal scene. 3D Realms News Although critics largely disregarded the film as poorly directed and inadequately paced, it resonated with its fanbase deeply enough to gross $85 million at the box office. It also boasted the top spot in the box office on its opening weekend. 28. Two Halves Struggling for Wholeness: Derailed (2005) In this film, Clive Owen plays Charles Schine, a workaholic whose family life has begun to collapse around him. One day on his train commute, he meets a successful, married businesswoman named Lucinda (Jennifer Aniston). The two grow dangerously close. Before they can stop it, an affair goes full-bloom. To make matters worse, they find themselves at the mercy of a criminal who brutally beats them and blackmails them into silence. The AV Club The film was universally panned by critics, earning it a 20% rotten score on Rotten Tomatoes. Nonetheless, it did manage to surpass its budget of $22 million at the box office, grossing a total of $57.5 million. 29. The Loco in Loco Parentis: The Pacifier (2005) This Walt Disney film starring Vin Diesel won over audiences upon its theatrical release, grossing $198.6 million against its $56 million budget. However, some audience members were not so enthusiastic. Slash Film In this movie, Vin Diesel stars as a U.S. Navy Seal lieutenant who must care for the children of a man killed during a failed rescue attempt. It’s a cute, signature Disney premise that risks crossing the irresistibly sweet/overly saccharine border. And unfortunately, it failed to convince critics that it was much more than that. 30. A Scientific Breakthrough: Chain Reaction (1996) This 1996 science fiction flick revolves around an exclusive hydrogen-based power source that the U.S. government is desperate to keep from the outside world. Meanwhile, two researchers behind the project, Eddie (Keenu Reeves) and Lily (Rachel Weisz), risk being charged with treason. Veehd Although reviews of the movie have been largely negative, some critics remain torn on the film’s merit. While it arguably lacks in fundamental areas, Chain Reaction still boasts admirable screen work and thrilling chase scenes. Unfortunately, the plot is so complex that it struggles to hold itself up. On the next page, read up on a horror film starring the Hunger Games darling Jennifer Lawrence. 31. Darkness Nearby: House at the End of Street (2010) In this psychological thriller, Jennifer Lawrence gives an exemplary performance as Elissa, a 17-year-old girl who has just moved into a new house with her divorced mother. They soon learn that the home just down the street from them was the scene of a grisly murder. Southern Cross The film was well-received at the box office. It grossed over $44 million on a budget just under $7 million. However, critics didn’t care for its reliance on cheap scares and hapless plot. 32. There Be Dragons: Eragon (2006) Based on Christopher Paolini’s novel series of the same name, this film centers around a young farm boy named Eragon (Ed Speleers) who stumbles upon a mysterious egg. The egg hatches, and from it emerges a dragon named Saphira who declares Eragon her rider (voiced by Rachel Weisz). Animation World Network Although it was a critical failure, it managed to claim a spot on the U.S. list of top grossing films of 2006, on which it came in 31st place. Some critics argued that the film suffers not only from subpar direction and character development, but from weak source material as well. 33. A Breadcrumbless Trail that Wanders Uncertainly: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013) This fantasy film attempts to expand upon the story and universe of the famous German folktale “Hansel and Gretel.” This version focuses on what Hansel and Gretel grew up to become, which is answered by describing the film’s outlandish premise: a duo of notorious witch hunters. Chronicle Live Critics disliked the film’s weak writing and overuse of violence as an attempt to veil that little of substance happens. In any case, the film was a box office success, grossing $226.3 million against a $50 million budget. 34. Will Smith at his Most Fatherly: After Earth (2013) Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, this film actually derived from a story idea pitched by Will Smith, who stars in the film with his son Jaden. It shows a 21st century Earth on which aliens reign supreme–that is, unless a determined general and his son can’t stop them. Pics about Space Unfortunately, critics didn’t take too kindly to this father-son cinematic bonding endeavor. While many do acknowledge that Will and Jaden maintain a convincing, touching dynamic on-screen, the film itself suffers from a poorly rendered story and clumsy directing. The film made $243.8 million at the box office, compared to its $130 million budget. On the next page, discover a police department manned wholly by spirits. 35. The Roaming Dead: R.I.P.D (2013) Adapted from Peter M. Lenkov’s comic book Rest in Peace Department, the film chronicles the inner workings of a supernatural police department designed to neutralize “deados,” or stubborn souls that loiter outside the afterlife. Ferny Films The film was unsuccessful both commercially and critically. It grossed only $78.3 million against a $103.4 million budget. Moreover, critics were quick to cite its weak plot and half-hearted effort at committing the source material. 36. Thoroughly Armed: Sucker Punch (2011) Zack Snyder directed, produced, and co-wrote the screenplay for this steampunk film. In fact, it was Snyder’s first time working with a wholly original storyline. Sadly, critics did not see his creative spark. Celebuzz The film follows Babydoll (Emily Browning), a woman who is sent to a mental institution by her stepfather. She devises a plan for escape and in the process emerges into a new reality in which the women surrounding her have transformed into indestructible warriors. Critics panned the movie for being visually appealing but lacking real substance. Even so, Sucker Punch has been lauded by some for its visual effects. 37. Not So Fast: Need for Speed (2014) Directed by Scott Waugh, this action film is based on a popular video game series. It follows a racer named Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul), who works on cars at his own garage in New York while mourning the death of a close friend. He sets out to race cross-country against his rival Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper), whom he blames for his friends death. Moviefone The film grossed an impressive $203.3 million against a $65 million budget. Even so, many critics were not satisfied. Some felt the film relied too much on its “video game roots” and not so much on telling a compelling story. Paul and Brewster, however, were commended by many for their memorable performances. 38. It’s Raining Fire: Pompeii (2014) This disaster film takes place in 79 AD and chronicles the devastation caused by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. The film has been praised for its visual effects, which is easy to believe when you see the smoke-tailed fireballs raining from the sky. Roger Ebert Still, the movie had no shortage of critics. Several commented that the characters were stiff and their dialogue unmemorable. On the other hand, some laud the film for its historical accuracy. 39. A Bloodsucking Adventure: BloodRayne (2005) Based on a popular video game series, this German-American film takes place in Romania during the 18th century. It tells the story of Rayne, an unusual human-vampire hybrid called a Dhampir. BloodRayne is Uwe Boll’s third movie based on a video game. Movie Room Reviews The movie performed dismally at the box office, making only $3.7 million. Its budget was $25 million. Moreover, most critics did not go easy on the film, lambasting everything from its writing to its directing its character development. 40. A Rough Return Home: The Marine (2006) This action film stars the legendary John Cena as a Marine deployed in Iraq, who is later honorably discharged and finds himself struggling to readjust to civilian life. Even as a civilian, his life risks crumbling into a mess of chaos. Mr. Movie Grossing $22.1 million against a $15 million budget, the film fared only moderately at the box office. Critics found the plot majorly lacking and the dialogue cringe-inducing. Even so, most admit that it is a relatively airy watch with not much to brood over. Agree with this list? SHARE it with your friends! UP NEXT Gunsmoke: Top Facts Behind The Longest-Lived Show on Television... Next Page Related Topics:actionBattlefield EarthDragonballDragonsEragonHansel and GretelInspector GadgetJennifer LawrencePoseidonPower RangersRacingRoboCopThunderbirdsVampiresWill Smith Up Next When Viewers and Critics Disagree: These are the Most Overrated Movies Ever Don't Miss Bet You Can’t Identify These Disney Movies From One Screenshot! Continue Reading You may like Can’t Wait For The Epic Six-Part New Season Of ‘Game of Thrones’? 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