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These Films Definitely Won't Be Honored At The Critics' Choice Awards — Here Are The 10 WORST Reviewed Movies Of 2015!

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The Critics' Choice Awards are tonight, where the year's best films and TV shows will be honored by — you guessed it — critics!

While the critics LOVED films like Mad Max: Fury Road and shows like FX's Fargo — which both topped the list of nods — not every movie can get the same acclaim!

Even though audiences seemed to watch the heck out of Adam Sandler's Netflix feature The Ridiculous Six, the low-brow Western comedy was critically panned, earning a whopping ZERO percent on Rotten Tomatoes (a site which calculates the percentage of critics who liked a movie)!

Even though Sandler had two more films on our list (we're not kidding,) films starring the usually well-respected Reese Witherspoon and Liam Neeson were also in the stink pile!

Find out which films definitely WON'T be winning a Critics' Choice Award this weekend (below)!

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Native American Actors Walk Off Adam Sandler Movie In Protest! Find Out What Racist & Sexist Jokes Went Too Far!

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Adam Sandler may need to start acting his age — and by that we mean remembering it's 2015.

According to reports, a dozen Native American actors AND the Native cultural advisor walked off the set of his latest film The Ridiculous Six on Wednesday.

[ Related: Chrissy Teigen Calls Out 'Bad Racist' On Twitter — Mindy Kaling Comes To Her Defense! ]

The star-studded Western spoof offended the primarily Navajo actors with both its portrayal of the Apache people in general, and of women specifically.

Actor Loren Anthony explained:

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