Spice World (1997)Via PolyGram Filmed EntertainmentWimbledon (2004)Via Universal PicturesBend It Like Beckham (2002)Via Redbus Film DistributionJohnny English (2003)Via Universal PicturesLove, Honour & Obey (2000)Via Keystone PicturesThe Inbetweeners Movie (2011)Via Bwark ProductionsKill Your Friends (2015)Via Altitude Film DistributionAbsolutely Anything (2015)Via Lionsgate UKLove Actually (2003)Via Universal PicturesDead Man's Shoes (2004)Via Optimum ReleasingSt Trinian's (2007)Via Entertainment Film DistributorsAngus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008)Via Paramount Pictures
Can You Pick The British Movie With The Lowest Rotten Tomatoes Rating?
Rated 85% believe it or not! Bend It Like Beckham's not as unpopular as you think.
You either find it the funniest thing in the world – or the most stupid. And as a result The Inbetweeners Movie has a 54% rating.
Mr Bean meets James Bond... Johnny English was handed a 33% rating.
The 2007 reboot of the St Trinian's franchise earnt a 32% rating.
Forever etched into our memories for good and also terrible reasons. Spice World did a lot better than some at 29%.
The movie poster may say "unmissable" but Rotten Tomatoes gives Love, Honour & Obey a 27% rating.
Almost! It only came out last year but it's already made a bit of a name for itself. Kill Your Friends gets a 26% rating.
It's a British coming-of-age classic, guys. And therefore Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging is rated at 71%.
You did it! He's normally responsible for cult classic British films, but Simon Pegg's 2015 movie Absolutely Anything has been given a very low 13%.
Dead Man's Shoes has a pretty mediocre 57% rating.
The film about tennis – Wimbledon has been given a 60% rating.
Some people love it. Some people hate it. Some people love to hate it, but Love Actually doesn't too badly at a 63% rating.