'We're The Millers' and Five Other Movies Critics and Audiences Felt Very Differently About

We're the Millers hit theaters this week, and so far, the reviews haven't exactly been kind. It's holding a 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics calling it "nothing special" and a "dreadful excuse for a comedy." Yet it has an A- CinemaScore, proving that while reviewers may hate it, audiences are having a ball. Read on for five other movies that critics and audiences had extremely different opinions about. Image: Warner Bros.

'We're The Millers' Gets an A- CinemaScore

We're the Millers hit theaters this week, and so far, the reviews haven't exactly been kind. It's holding a 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics calling it "nothing special" and a "dreadful excuse for a comedy." Yet it has an A- CinemaScore, proving that while reviewers may hate it, audiences are having a ball. Read on for five other movies that critics and audiences had extremely different opinions about. Image: Warner Bros.

'Drive'

The ultra-violent Ryan Gosling drama has an impressive 93 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, but a poor C- on CinemaScore. It seems critics enjoyed seeing Gosling stomp on people's heads more than viewers did. Image: FilmDistrict

'Boogie Nights'

It's hard to believe that the movie that made Mark Wahlberg a star earned only a C on CinemaScore. Critics loved it, though, giving it a fantastic 92 percent on Rottten Tomatoes and nominating it for three Oscars. Image: New Line Cinema

'The Princess Diaries'

Critics weren't fans of the Anne Hathaway-Julie Andrews comedy, giving it only a 47 percent Rotten Tomatoes score, and the CinemaScore of a C wasn't great, either. Yet viewers flocked to the family friendly film, and it eventually earned almost $170 million at the box office. Image: Buena Vista Pictures

'High Fidelity'

The John Cusack dramedy only earned a C- CinemaScore, but a whopping 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Critics called it "witty and exquisite." Take that, audience. Image: Buena Vista Pictures

'The American'

If you didn't like George Clooney's 2010 thriller, you weren't alone. It got an impressively bad D- Cinemascore, despite having a solid 66 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. It seems even the allure of the Sexiest Man Alive wasn't enough to draw audiences into the film. Image: Focus Features