This Is Chris Pratt's Worst Movie, According To 1 In 4 People

Juliet once asked, "What's in a name?" Well, if you're a "Chris" in Hollywood, the name seems to include blockbuster movies and massive paychecks. Chris Pine captained the Enterprise in the "Star Trek" reboot movies. Chris Hemsworth ruled Asgard. Chris Evans assembled the Avengers. And Chris Pratt led both the Guardians of the Galaxy and the latest entries into the "Jurassic Park" franchise.

Though they've had more hits than misses, none of the Chrises has had a perfect track record when it comes to picking projects. Chris Pratt's entry to superstardom is fairly recent, but the 41-year-old Minnesotan has built a long and impressive list of acting credits. Some roles, like the galaxy-guarding Star-Lord and the dinosaur-training Owen Grady, have blown up the box office, while other haven't quite lived up to Pratt's proven potential. 

Recently, Looper conducted a survey asking fans in the U.S. which Chris Pratt movie is his worst. While the results are somewhat surprising, this is one survey that won't lead to calls for Pratt's cancellation.

Chris Pratt is safe playing guardians and cowboys

Of the six movies appearing in the poll, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" received the least number of votes. Only 10.43% of the 537 respondents said the Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel is Chris Pratt's worst movie. That "GotG Vol. 2" appeared on the list at all is pretty surprising given its massive critical praise — the film currently has an 85% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes — and stunning box office haul, which Box Office Mojo reports is nearly $864 million worldwide.

The next highest vote-getter was 2016's "The Magnificent Seven" remake, receiving 12.29% of the votes. Playing the slightly pyromaniacal gambler Joshua Faraday in the film, Pratt starred opposite Hollywood heavyweights Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. Yet, despite an impressive cast and strong reviews, "The Magnificent Seven" was a box office disappointment, earning only $162 million against a budget of $90 million (via Box Office Mojo) and once again proving that remakes are a risky business.

Audiences didn't love seeing Chris Pratt in space or with dinos

With 15.27% of the vote, "Passengers" is the fourth-worst Chris Pratt film according to the survey's participants. We're not too surprised to see this 2016 sci-fi drama-romance on the list. Despite co-starring the usually bankable Jennifer Lawrence and boasting a reported $110 million budget, "Passengers" achieved a bleak 30% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Most of the criticisms focused on the story itself, with reviewers offering praise for both Pratt and Lawrence. Unfortunately, strong performances weren't enough to save the movie. While "Passengers" did earn over $300 million at the box office, per Box Office Mojo, a big-budget film with two of Hollywood's hottest stars should have fared much better.

If the fourth-place ranking of "Passengers" didn't shock you, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" receiving the 3rd highest number of votes — 16.95% — might make your jaw drop. Admittedly, critics weren't wowed by the movie, which currently has a 47% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Yet, the 2018 sequel to "Jurassic World" is Pratt's third-best box office performer, earning over $1.3 billion worldwide (via Box Office Mojo). Perhaps when "Jurassic World: Dominion" premieres in 2022, Pratt can change some minds as he again goes toe-to-toe with T-Rexes and velociraptors.

Chris Pratt should stay away from engagements and babies

Coming in as the second-worst Chris Pratt movie, with 20.48% of the vote, is 2012's "The Five-Year Engagement," the first movie on the list in which Pratt is not the lead actor. Starring Emily Blunt and Jason Segel, who also co-wrote the romantic comedy, "The Five-Year Engagement" features Pratt in a supporting role playing Alex, whose marriage and children help delay the lead couple's nuptials. The movie had a budget of $30 million and earned almost double that at the box office (via Box Office Mojo). Though survey participants found the film lacking, critics disagreed, giving it a respectable 64% favorable score on Rotten Tomatoes.

With 24.58% (nearly one-fourth) of the vote, "Delivery Man," released in 2013, is the movie respondents judged as the worst Chris Pratt film. The romantic comedy stars Vince Vaughn as David Wozniak, a sperm donor who learns that his anonymous donations have helped create over 500 children. When many of the children sue the fertility clinic with the goal of learning their father's identity, Dave hires Chris Pratt's Brett to fight the lawsuit. 

The results of Looper's survey reflect the critics' opinion of "Delivery Man," which has a paltry 40% critical approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, even with poor reviews, "Delivery Man" still managed to turn a decent profit at the box office, making just over $53 million worldwide (via Box Office Mojo).