My worst teacher was in grade 7-Miss Simpson.
That was the worst experience that I had until now with a teacher.
, starring (as well as written and produced by) , was intended as a parody of spy movies. Leonard Parker, a former spy, is brought out of retirement to save the world from an evil vegetarian who brainwashes animals to kill people. It has also been cited as one of the worst movies of all time, earning for Worst Actor (Cosby), Worst Picture, and Worst Screenplay. It was also nominated for two more Razzie Awards, for Worst Supporting Actress and Worst Director. Cosby himself disowned the film, and when it was released to theatres he publicly advised people not to see it. Rita Kempley at noted the large number of Coca-Cola product placements and said "The only good thing about Bill Cosby's is that we didn't have to see Parts 1 through 5." Scott Weinberg at DVD Talk noted the film as "truly one of the worst movies you'll ever see ... movies this bad should be handled with Teflon gloves and a pair of tongs". Kevin Thomas at the said "There's virtually nothing to laugh at in this film, and too much of everything else." included on their list of the "66 Worst Films of all Time".
Worst Teacher Ever - Essay by Nazmeen
is a based on the character and is the fourth and final installment of the . It is directed by and stars as /, as , as , as /, as / and as . This film was largely criticized for its and approach, Mr. Freeze's approach and , as well as its possible homosexual innuendo. As of June 2017, reports that 10% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 86 reviews, certifying it with an average rating of 3.7/10, and the Critics Consensus: "Joel Schumacher's tongue-in-cheek attitude hits an unbearable limit in , resulting in a frantic and mindless movie that's too jokey to care much for." By comparison collected an average score of 28/100, based on 21 reviews. included it on its list of Hollywood's top five worst movies ever made. , of fame, wrote of the movie in his book, , " is not the worst movie ever. No, indeed. It's the worst thing ever. Yes, it's the single worst thing that we as human beings have ever produced in recorded history." also came in first in an poll of the 50 worst films ever. Joel Schumacher apologized to disappointed fans on the 2005 DVD release of .