The Most Hated Will Smith Movie, According to Fans

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Richard Evans
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Will Smith is one of the biggest names in Hollywood, delighting audiences as an actor and as a producer. His decades in the industry have earned him rave reviews, plenty of fans, and two Academy Award nominations. But that doesn't mean the A-lister hasn't made some mistakes along the way. It's easy to point out the worst reviewed films in his career, but what about the most hated Will Smith movies among fans?

To find out, we consulted Rotten Tomatoes, which provides a score based on reviews, but also an audience score voted on by viewers. We went straight to bottom to see the films that earned the lowest scores based on audience response. The following list goes from Will Smith movies fans liked but didn't love to movies they fully hated. Read on to find out if any of your personal favorites made the cut, and for more career missteps, check out The Worst Will Smith Movies of All Time, According to Critics.


I Am Legend (2007)

Audience score: 68 percent


The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)

Audience score: 65 percent


Ali (2001)

Audience score: 65 percent


Collateral Beauty (2016)

Audience score: 64 percent

And for more recent disasters, find out The Worst Movies of 2020, According to Critics.


Hitch (2005)

Audience score: 62 percent


Suicide Squad (2015)

Audience score: 59 percent


Hancock (2008)

Audience score: 59 percent

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Focus (2015)

Audience score: 53 percent


Shark Tale (2004)

Audience score: 45 percent


Men in Black II (2002)

Audience score: 45 percent

And for more maligned follow-ups, check out The Worst Movie Sequels of All Time, According to Critics.


After Earth (2013)

Audience score: 36 percent


Made in America (1993)

Audience score: 30 percent


Wild Wild West (1999)

Audience score: 28 percent

And for more of the worst films ever made, revisit The Worst Movie That Came Out the Year You Graduated.