This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Optimus Prime in a scene from, "Transformers: The Last Knight."

This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Optimus Prime in a scene from, "Transformers: The Last Knight."

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It sucks to waste your money and your time on bad movies. Of course, your individual enjoyment is subjective, but here are five films in theaters this week that were panned by critics — either our own or reviewers from elsewhere on the internet.

Transformers: The Last Knight

DFW.com says, "A movie that is at once loud yet incoherent, complex yet idiotic, and expensive yet worthless."

The Bad Batch

DFW.com says, "Ana Lily Amirpour's first feature, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, was such an original vision that it set the bar impossibly high for what she decided to do next. Sadly, her latest, The Bad Batch doesn't come close to clearing that hurdle."

Rough Night

USA Today calls Rough Night, "The fuzzy metal handcuffs of raunchy comedies: At times it feels like a good thing but way too often reminds you that you're trapped for an hour and a half."

All Eyez On Me

The New York Times says this biopic about Tupac Shakur is, "Not only a clumsy and often bland account of his life and work, but it also gives little genuine insight into his thought, talent or personality."

The Book of Henry

The Washington Post says, "In the end, The Book of Henry falls apart in a heap of loose pages, each one taken from a different script."

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