14 Terrible Adam Sandler Movies Ranked From Bad to Worst (Photos)

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The jury is still out on how Western parody “The Ridiculous 6” will rank, but click through to see the worst reviewed comedies Adam Sandler took the lead in.

“Sandy Wexler”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 33 percent

“There’s no way to recommend it, yet I wouldn’t ask for my two hours back (though I do wish that they could have been sped up somewhat)” New Yorker critic Richard Brody wrote.

“Little Nicky”
Critic Approval Rating: 22 percent

“Like spending 84 minutes in Hell,” critic Christy Lemire wrote when it hit theaters in 2000.

“That’s My Boy”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 20 percent

“Vulgar, trite, sexist, misogynist, hacky, tacky, gross, sentimental and stupid, with occasional flourishes of racism and veiled homophobia thrown in to boot,” TheWrap’s Alonso Duralde wrote in his 2012 review.

“Just Go With It”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 19 percent

“An early contender for worst movie of the year. If they were showing this on an airplane, I’d ask for a parachute,” Richard Roeper wrote in 2011.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 17 percent

“A middle finger aimed right at the audience,” The Verge critic Bryan Bishop wrote in 2015.

“The Cobbler”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 9 percent

“A movie like this, in which not a single scene comes together, in which almost nothing makes you laugh or cry or think, reminds you that it’s truly a miracle when movies work at all,” Pulitzer Prize winner Wesley Morris wrote in 2015 about the surprisingly bad film from “Spotlight” director Tom McCarthy.

“I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 14 percent

“Even unrepentant homophobes deserve funnier,” Chicago Tribune Michael Phillips wrote in his 2007 review of movie about two firefighters who pretend to be gay to get benefits of a domestic partnership.

“Grown Ups”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 10 percent

“I felt a deep sadness every time the audience laughed and the sounds of their chuckles turned into the ringing of the cash register, and all I thought was a grim, simple truth: This, America, is why we can’t have nice things,” critic James Rocchi wrote of the 2010 reunion flick starring some of Sandler’s best buddies.

“The Do-Over”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 6 percent

“It takes a certain blithe self-confidence to take this Scotch-taped-together plot and run it out well past the 90-minute mark,” critic Jesse Hassenger wrote

“The Ridiculous Six”
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 0 percent

“Thanks for nothing, Netflix,” Chicago Sun-Times critic Richard Roeper wrote in 2015.

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