25 Worst Netflix Original Movies You Should Definitely Avoid Watching – Inside Entertainement

25 Worst Netflix Original Movies You Should Definitely Avoid Watching

Netflix is one of the largest platforms when it comes to offering content, and it has a fair share of success in offering premium quality TV shows and movies on its platform. Netflix also has produced a bunch of movies under its ‘Netflix Original’ banner, and just like any other movie production company, it has come with a good number of good and bad movies. While we always talk about the good movies, let’s take a look at some of the stinkers Netflix has produced so far. To rank these movies, we’ve relied on the Rotten Tomatoes scores. So, without further ado, let’s check out the twenty-five worst Netflix Original Movies that you should definitely avoid watching.

Like Father

Rotten Tomatoes score – 49%

Starring Kelsey Grammer and Christian Bell in leading roles, Like Father is a romantic comedy where a daughter decides to go on a cruise with her father after being left at the altar. The flick is a typical clichéd one that doesn’t really add much to the genre, and the critics panned this one for good. Watch at your own peril!


Rotten Tomatoes score – 49%

Mascots is a movie that stars Christopher Guest, who has also written and directed this movie. The plot of the movie revolves around a group of competitive mascots, each of whom is trying to win the coveted “The Golden Fluffy” award. Critics were not at all impressed with this movie and called it an unfunny, poor quality flick that doesn’t even match Guest’s own previous work.

War Machine

Rotten Tomatoes score – 49%

War Machine is a satirical comedy movie starring Brad Pitt in the leading role, which is about the American war against terror in Afghanistan. The flick gives a biting perspective from the men who lead the involvement in Afghanistan. Critics weren’t too impressed with the flick, calling it an uneven form of storytelling that completely nullifies the satirical bite. Not worth a watch for sure!