Are These the Worst Disney Live-Action Movies? Rank Them Here.
Disney is most famous for its animated films, but there's still room for discussion on their live-action movies too. Many of these live-action films, especially more recent ones have been received pretty well by audiences. However, some are just down right painful to watch.
Can you think of some of the worst Disney live-action movies you've ever watched? There's a good chance you're not the only one who thinks so! We've taken into account the opinions of viewers and critics to create our own list. Some of the movies might surprise you, but you will find yourself glad that some made it..
Disney might have really tried with these, but we just don't think they made the cut! Go ahead and vote for the worst Disney live-action movies, and see how many people agree with you!
We don't blame the star of the film, Robin Williams, but this film was not received well when it was released as a remake of the 1961 classic, The Absent-Minded Professor. In Flubber, Professor Philip Brainard's (Robin Williams) world is shaken when he accidentally invents flying rubber, a.k.a. flubber.
G-Force follows a group of guinea-pig secret agents who are shut down by the government and shipped off to a pet shop. They must find a way to break out and continue to fight the spread of evil. The film might have been a box office hit but some critics disagree with its success.
Inspector Gadget (1999)
After John Brown (Matthew Broderick) is badly injured in an explosion, his damaged limbs are replaced by gadgets and tools. Now semi-robotic, he uses his new powers to track down the evil mastermind behind the explosion. Some critics say this film remake is disrespectful to the classic animated series.
George Of The Jungle 2 (2003)
In George of the Jungle 2, feral man-child George (Christopher Showerman) is back living in his African home with his family. However, George faces trouble when he moves his family back to the United States. The storyline is humorous at times, but the film's ratings don't offer much support.
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006)
In the third and final film in The Santa Clause trilogy, Jack Frost (Martin Short) is introduced as a villain who plans to take over Christmas. Although Tim Allen stars Scott Calvin/Santa Clause, critics say the plot is too cheesy.
Man Of The House (1995)
Jack Sturges (Chevy Chase) must worry about the dynamic with his girlfriend's son, Ben (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) who refuses to give up his spot as the man of the house. Critics agree that the plot is too generic and the humor is a bit of a stretch.
The Big Green (1995)
Miss Anna (Olivia d'Abo) comes to teach in a small Texas town all the way from England. When her students' spirits seem low, she decides to form a soccer team to help them out of their funk. The film was a good attempt, but not many critics have anything good to say about it.
A Kid In King Arthur's Court (1995)
A Kid In King Arthur's Court follows a young boy who is transported back in time to the Middle Ages. He's given the mighty task of saving Camelot from evil. The plot as been called dull and lacking of substance, even as a children's movie.