bright netfliNetflix’s “Bright.”NetflixNetflix’s strategy for original content has shown, on occasion, that the streaming service values quantity over quality.

Last year, the company notably released the Will Smith-led fantasy movie “Bright” into a critical bloodbath. But Netflix CEO Reed Hastings soon brushed off the negative reviews by calling the film a commercial success and critics “disconnected from the mass appeal.”

This year, the streaming service has released several films that were intensely panned by critics, including Adam Sandler and Chris Rock’s comedy “The Week Of” and the sci-fi sequel “The Cloverfield Paradox.”

To find out which Netflix original films critics have deemed the worst of the worst, we turned to the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes to rank the movies that received a “rotten” critical score of less than 60%. We excluded films that didn’t have enough reviews to receive a designation of “rotten,” and we used audience scores to break any ties.

Here are the 32 worst Netflix original movies, ranked in descending order: