Will Smith fans look away.

Despite the popularity of streaming services, people are still heading to the cinema in droves. It seems our choices, however, don't always align with what the critics think. The past two decades have seen many hugely anticipated blockbuster films savaged by critics, yet go on to make billions of dollars at the box office. 

To demonstrate how critics views don't necessarily mean that much to the average joe, here's a look at the worst reviewed film of every year since 2000 (according to Rotten Tomatoes) that was also a top 10 grossing box office smash. 

The results are rather surprising (Bad Boys II doesn't deserve to be on this list), with most fans disagreeing with critics and giving these films higher scores, although I'm glad everyone agrees The Smurfs is a horrible flick.  

2000: What Lies Beneath

Global Box Office Total: $410 million

Critic score: 46%

Audience score: 58%

2001: Pearl Harbour 

Global Box Office Total: $627.3 million

Critic Score: 25%

Audience Score: 66%

2002: Men In Black II

Global Box Office Total: $617 million

Critic Score: 39%

Audience Score: 45%

2003: Bad Boys II

Global Box Office Total: $381.7

Critic Score: 22%

Audience Score: 78%

2004: Shark Tale

Global Box Office Total: $513 million

Critic Score: 35%

Audience Score: 49%

2005: Madagascar 

Global Box Office Total: $744 million

Critic Score: 55%

Audience Score: 66%

2006: The Da Vinci Code

Global Box Office Total: $1 billion

Critic Score: 25%

Audience Score: 57%

2007: National Treasure: Book Of Secrets

Global Box Office Total: $638.8 million

Critic Score: 35%

Audience Score: 67%

2008: Hancock

Global Box Office Total: $872 million

Critic Score: 41%

Audience Score: 59%

2009: Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen

Global Box Office Total: $1.1 billion

Critic Score: 19%

Audience Score: 57%

2010: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Global Box Office Total: $975.3 million

Critic Score: 48%

Audience Score: 60%

2011: The Smurfs

Global Box Office Total: $787.2 million

Critic Score: 22%

Audience Score: 44%

2012: Ice Age: Continental Drift

Global Box Office Total: $1.2 billion

Critic Score: 38%

Audience Score: 62%

2013: Man Of Steel

Global Box Office Total: $932.9 million

Critic Score: 56%

Audience Score: 75%

2014: Transformers: Age Of Extinction

Global Box Office Total: $1.5 billion

Critic Score: 18%

Audience Score: 51%

2015: Minions

Global Box Office Total: $1.5 billion

Critic Score: 56%

Audience Score: 49%

2016: Suicide Squad

Global Box Office Total: $1 billion

Critic Score: 27%

Audience Score: 60%

2017: Despicable Me 3

Global Box Office Total: $1.4 billion

Critic Score: 59%

Audience Score: 54%

2018: Venom

Global Box Office Total: $1.1 billion

Critic Score: 29%

Audience Score: 84%

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