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What are the 19 worst movies of 2014 according to Rotten Tomatoes?

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"Sabotage," "Transcendence," "Devil's Due," "And So It Goes" and "Transformers: Age of Extinction" are numbers 15 to 19 on the list of worst movies for 2014, according to Rotten Tomatoes. "Ride Along," "Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return," "Endless Love" and "Rage" are numbers 11 through 14.

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The number one worst movie for 2014, according to Rotten Tomatoes, is "Left Behind." The site gives it a two percent approval rating. Second is "I, Frankenstein," which receives only a three percent rating. The site quotes a movie review as saying the movie is "incoherent, ugly and lacking in any kind of flash or dazzle." Third is "The Legend of Hercules," also with only a three percent approval rating. "Are You Here" jumps in approval rating to seven percent, but still comes in at number four.

Fifth on the list is "A Haunted House," which the site quotes is "a nervous breakdown." The sixth worst move of 2014 is "Grace of Monaco," with a nine percent approval rating. Number seven on the list is "Vampire Academy," which the Chicago Reader calls "a garbage heap of weak quips." The eighth worst movie is "The Nut Job," which does receive a 10 percent approval rating. "Winter's Tale" is number nine on the list, while "Blended" is number 10.

To make the list, movies had to have at least 15 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. In all cases, the site also quotes professional reviewers.

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