If you paid to see Kirk Cameron’s new Christmas movie and were still disappointed, you really have no one to blame but yourself and we mean besides the fact that you paid to see any kind of movie with Kirk Cameron in it.
It should be called “Kirk Cameron’s Ruined Career.”
The horrible trailer for “Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas” should have been a huge warning. His insane ideas on how men should handle Christmas by making sure that their women-folk stay in the kitchen was also a major red flag. Even he and his business partner Ray Comfort’s commentary on the miracle of bananas should have clued you in long before the marketing campaign for this movie even started.
Hopefull Cameron saved Christmas as nobody saved him from his birthday.
Now you officially have no reason to see the movie unless you want to see the worst reviewed movie of all time. The Internet Movie Database listed “Kirk Cameron Saves Christmas” as the all-time lowest rated movie out of every movie in its listings. It received 1.3 stars out of a possible 10 from people who visited the movie’s official IMDB page.
So just how bad does a movie have to be to get IMDB’s lowest user rating? Here are some other movies it narrowly beat to become IMDB’s biggest batch of crap of all time…
1. Birdemic: Shock and Terror
It may be a cult favorite but it only earned its fan base by being one of the most poorly constructed, acted and directed movies of all time. Although if a flock of mad birds pecked out Kirk Cameron’s eyes on screen, it might have gotten a higher rating.
2. The Hottie & The Nottie
It’s a movie starring Paris Hilton. That pretty much says it all right there.
3. Disaster Movie
Just about everyone of the modern parody movies from the people who brought you “Epic Movie,” “Date Movie” and “Meet the Spartans” should be on IMDB’s Bottom 100 but “Disaster Movie” is the lowest rated one of them all…and that’s pretty bad. That’s like being the least talented member of Menudo.
4. Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2
This sequel to an equally infamous first movie was so bad that it brought a swift and just end to Scott Baio’s film career. Even though that’s like putting a used Yugo out of its misery, the movie is still pretty awful.
5. Manos: The Hands of Fate
We miss “Mystery Science Theater 3000” for a lot of reasons but now we can add Kirk Cameron’s movie to that same list since it beat out this classic cinematic stinker that became famous for being skewered by Joel, Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot.
Source: The Wrap