With Five nights at Freddy’s While it racked up all the headlines and ticket sales en route to a record-breaking opening weekend at the box office, the rest of the new releases didn’t stand a chance, but that’s just one of three big opportunities John Cena has to contend with Self-employed was embarrassed.
The action comedy Taken Director Pierre Morel has an estimated budget of $40 million, but despite debuting on over 2,000 screens, it barely grossed $2 million in three days. To make matters worse, the jungle adventure is still cursed with the unwanted distinction of having a zero percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.
If you thought things couldn’t possibly get any worse, think again because the aggregation site has officially welcomed Self-employed on his official list of 100 worst films throughout the history of cinema. It’s only the second addition to the rankings in the last four years and the first since the infamous horror Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honeywhich tells you pretty much everything you ever needed to know about how terrible a work of film really is.
What is fascinating, however, is that the film has an approval rating of 77 among viewers. On the other hand, critics and audiences always tend to argue heatedly about the merits of films from a broad genre, but the reviewers’ approval hasn’t exactly stopped that Five nights at Freddy’s from the destruction of countless milestones.
At this rate, Cena needs the second season of Peacemaker happen as quickly as possible.