'The 20/20 Experience' Reviews, 'Admission,' 'Love & Honor' And More: The Week In Ouch

03/23/2013 09:16 am ET

Justin Timberlake ended seven years of musical silence this week with the release of "The 20/20 Experience." The album debuted to extremely strong reviews and Billboard reports it is is projected to sell over 800,000 copies in its first week. Still some critics felt that when listened to individually, the album's tracks failed to standout like those found on his last album. Woodkid's "The Golden Age" contained a few capturing moments, but the the listening experience wasn't consistent. And Karl Bartos failed to impress with "Off The Record," an album that seemed to only pay homage to his electro pop hits of the past.

With a ridiculous amount of pointless violence and a second half that was visually jarring for some viewers, "Olympus Has Fallen" received some of the worst reviews this week. Tina Fey struggled to step out of her acting comfort zone in "Admission" and Liam Hemsworth's "Love & Honor" was a misguided, overly mushy film that presented an unrealistic view of the Vietnam era in which it was set.

We have gathered the week's worst reviews in the slideshow below. Do you agree with the critics? Let us know in the comments section.

The Week In Ouch

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