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Are These the Worst Holiday Movies Ever?

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When it comes to holiday movies we all have that firm favorite we watch every festive season. But when it comes to the worst holiday movies ever, Rotten Tomatoes has quite a long list of offenders and it may include one of your faves.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the following films have made their way onto the less-than-prestigious “22 Worst Christmas Movies Ever” with the company revealing, “these are all Christmas films that scored less than 30% on the Tomatometer.”

#22 – Home Alone 3 – this 1997 flick scored a measly 29% on the Tomatometer.
#21 – Unaccompanied Minors
#20 – Noel – this holiday movie scored 28% for what Rotten Tomatoes calls its “treacly Sentiment.”
#19 – Four Christmases – while some people love this Vince Vaughn flick, it only scored 25% on the Tomatometer.
#18 – Santa Claus Conquers the Martians from 1964
#17 – I’ll Be Home For Christmas – this 1998 holiday movie scored just 23%
#16 – The Christmas Candle
#15 – Fred Claus – another Vince Vaughn holiday flick to make the list. This 2007 movie comes in at 21% on the Tomatometer.
#14 – Santa Claus:The Movie – a 1985 Dudley Moore bust.
#13 – Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas – sadly for this Tyler Perry movie it scored only 20% on the Tomatometer.
#12 – The Perfect Holiday
#11 – Love the Coopers – ouch! Rotten Tomatoes calls this star-studded flick’s cast “let down by a script content to settle for cloying smarm.”
#10 – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause – just 17% on the Tomatometer for this Tim Allen movie.
#9 – Jingle All The Way – from 1997 starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
#8 – A Merry Friggin’ Christmas
#7 – Black Christmas
#6 – An American Carol – calling it simply not funny, this 2008 flick scored just 12% from Rotten Tomatoes.
#5 – Mixed Nuts – making its way into the top five of worst Christmas movies ever, this Nora Ephron directed film scored 10% on the Tomatometer.
#4 – Surviving Christmas – sorry Ben Affleck, Rotten Tomatoes says this film is full of “unpleasant characters.”
#3 – Deck the Halls – coming in with a less-than-festive score of 6%, Rotten Tomatoes says this film does “little to put viewers in a holiday mood.”
#2 – Christmas With the Kranks – with a scroogelike 5% on the Tomatometer, this Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis flick comes in at number 2.
#1 – The Nutcracker in 3D – sadly for this 2010 offering starring the adorable Elle Fanning, The Nutcracker in 3D didn’t even garner one percent on the Tomatometer. Coming in at 0%, Rotten Tomatoes blasts the movie for its “astonishing cinematic wrong-headedness.”


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