Some movies you know are bad without even seeing them.
In this category I include most disaster movies, perhaps the absolute worst of which is “The Day After Tomorrow”. Rarely—outside obvious parodies of the genre such as the Sharknado franchise, which are good-bad, i.e., good for being intentionally bad — has a film twisted the science as egregiously as “The Day After Tomorrow”.
There are, of course, exceptions that prove the rule. Usually, even those, such as the new “Planet of the Apes” series, have to go through some pretty credulity-challenging scientific contortions to get to the compelling aspects of the story, but their overall redeeming qualities allow even scientifically-discerning viewers to suspend our disbelief.