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.

Robin Hood

indieWire says, "There's no flow to the combat, no sense behind the stunts, and no reason to invest in any of the empty noise around them. Robin Hood just strobes between boredom and absurdity so fast that it starts constantly providing both at once."

The Girl in the Spider's Web

The Wall Street Journal says, "Lisbeth is asked to save civilization... but she can't save the film because there's nothing for her to do but fight and suffer, suffer and fight, and there's no one around her to hold our interest, let alone catch our fancy."

Bohemian Rhapsody

Our own Chris Vognar argues that Bohemian Rhapsody isn't bad -- in fact, its lead performance by Rami Malek should be up for Oscar consideration. But "it's a reminder that the music biopic is hagiographic by nature. And it's a big reason why the genre, taken as a whole, remains deathly dull."

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

TheWrap says, "Rather than harken back to an elegant, more whimsical period, this Nutcracker calls to mind the early 2010s, when the success of Alice in Wonderland led to a spate of fairy-tale characters marched off to war with hordes of CG creatures."

Johnny English

The Los Angeles Times asks, "Can't Rowan Atkinson's bumbling parody of James Bond just leave well enough alone?"

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