April Scum Showers: Travers on the Month's Worst Movies


April is over, so it's time for Peter Travers to toss the worst movies of the month into the Scum Bucket, the disgusting repository for Hollywood's foulest junk. There were a few good movies in April, like the Jack Black vehicle Bernie and Joss Whedon's hilarious horror movie The Cabin in the Woods, but the month's films were mostly awful. In this segment, Travers tosses The Raven, Safe, The Five-Year Engagement, Lockout, Detention, Think Like A Man, The Lady, Darling Companion, The Three Stooges and The Lucky One in the bucket.

Do you agree with these picks? Did Travers leave anything out? Let him know in the comments below, on Twitter or via e-mail.

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