Grab the mop and bucket, y'all, because Scumvember is here in all its grimy cinematic glory! Yes, intrepid Rolling Stone critic Peter Travers is back to run down the worst to stain the silver screen this November, and there's plenty to choose from between crummy horror movies like The Bay to Sean Penn's atrocious glam-rocker-investigating-Nazis Oscar-bait This Must Be the Place. And while the final Twilight makes a solid grab for Worst of the Month, the crud at the top of the Scum Bucket is Red Dawn: "So, so, so, so bad!" howls Travers, who goes on to make a plea to the movie gods to save us from the "real crap" he sees coming this December.
The Worst Movies of November 2012
Peter Travers lists the film failures of the month
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