The 10 Worst, Most Cringey Mark Wahlberg Movies
Can you guess the 10 worst Mark Wahlberg movies? You’ve got 57 seconds (one second for each of Mark Wahlberg’s movies) to guess them all.
Mark Wahlberg is a visionary! Before anyone could fathom it: he saw his rapping career coming to an end, took the initiative into acting, and laughed all-the-way-to-the-bank.
After starring in 57+ films in an illustrious acting-career, the A-list actor currently demands anywhere between $20–30 million per movie and even managed to become 2017’s Highest Paid Actor.
But, you’re not here to discover how financially well-off Marky Mark has become — post rap. You want to know which of his movies are terrible enough to elicit a cult-following.
For those answers, I’ve turned to the Rotten Tomatoes website for rankings based on critic’s scores. *Apologies to those who prefer audience score rankings — but they weren’t available.
And that, as they say, is that!
10 Worst Mark Wahlberg Movies (Based on Critic’s Consensus and Scores)
10. Daddy’s Home (2015): 31% Score
“Critics Consensus: Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg have proven comedic chemistry, but Daddy’s Home suffers from a dearth of genuinely funny ideas — and lacks enough guts or imagination to explore the satirical possibilities of its premise.” — Rotten Tomatoes
9. Mojave (2016): 31% Score
“Critics Consensus: Mojave has no shortage of talent on either side of the camera; unfortunately, it amounts to little more than a frustrating missed opportunity.” — Rotten Tomatoes
8. Broken City (2013): 28% Score
“Critics Consensus: Broken City’s thinly sketched, formulaic script offers meager rewards for all but the least demanding noir aficionados.” — Rotten Tomatoes
7. Mile 22 (2018): 23% Score
“Critics Consensus: Mile 22 lets the bullets fly — and not much else — in a thrill-deficient action thriller whose title proves sadly fitting for a film that feels close to a marathon endurance test.” — Rotten Tomatoes