Looks like somebody needs to save Kirk instead! Kirk Cameron's new holiday movie Saving Christmas has been rated the worst movie ever, according to IMDb's user-rated Bottom 100 chart.
The film is currently rated at 1.3 stars out of a possible 10 from user-driven rankings on the movie database site. According to guidelines, in order for a movie to even appear on the Bottom 100, it "must have received at least 1,500 votes."
Film buffs felt that Cameron's new film was worse than Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's decade-old flop Gigli, which merited 2.3 stars and ranked at 67 on the list. Other films rated marginally better than (or at least not quite so bad as) Saving Christmas included the disastrous 2003 flick, From Justin to Kelly (starring American Idol season 1 winner Kelly Clarkson and runner-up Justin Guarini), and Mariah Carey's 2001 bomb Glitter, which received 2.1 stars and landed at number 27.
Cameron's PG-rated film also has a zero percent approval rating among critics. As New York Times film critic Ben Kenigsberg wrote in his review: "'Saving Christmas' seems determined to win any perceived war on Christmas through brute force."
While ratings are low, the film was extended beyond its original two weeks in theaters in nearly 300 new theaters. "I am so excited that nearly 100 new theaters will be getting Saving Christmas beginning Friday!" Cameron, 44, wrote Dec. 3 on his Facebook page. "And thanks to your incredible support, nearly 200 of the original theaters will still have Saving Christmas showing for a fourth week!"
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