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'Snitch' Reviews, 'Rubberneck,' Darwin Deez's 'Songs For Imaginative People' & More: The Week In Ouch

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This week Darwin Deez released his sophomore album "Songs for Imaginative People," a project that many critics marked negatively for failing to showcase his musical talent. The album's unfocused production also proved to be an issue for many listeners. Jamie Lidell's self-titled new release lacked originality according to most critics, and Dan Friel's "Total Folklore" seemed to be just a tired rerun of his previous sounds.

In movies, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson attempted to show a more serious side with his role in "Snitch." Though his efforts were appreciated, the film's ludicrous plot left most critics a little frustrated. "Dark Skies" offered another stock thriller experience and "Rubberneck" slowly creeped through a narrative most viewers deemed painfully boring.

As always, we have gathered the week's harshest reviews in the slideshow below. Did you enjoy The Rock's performance in Snitch? Did "Dark Skies" deserve its horrible reviews? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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