11/03/2012 08:36 am ET

'Wreck-it Ralph,' Meek Mill's 'Dreams and Nightmares,' 'Flight' Reviews And More: The Week In Ouch

It's a new week and time for another round of reviews from the critics. And with the number of high-profile releases this week, no film or album was safe from their colorful commentary.

In music, Neil Young and Crazy Horse made their return to music with "Psychedelic Pill." The album has been praised for it's gritty tone and dreamy lyrics. Still, it seems that this album is made strictly for fans, leaving many critics feeling alienated by its indulgent sound. Meek Mill's debut album "Dreams and Nightmares" gained him a few thumbs up, though, most reviewers felt extremely underwhelmed by the rappers first musical offering. Toby Keith didn't excite too many reviewers with the bland sound of "Hope on the Rocks," while Cee Lo Green's "Cee Lo's Magic Moment" lacked the spark of his non-holiday themed records.

The video game-themed "Wreck-it Ralph" warmed the hearts of some reviewers, but many felt they had seen the storyline too many times before. The film was praised for it's strong visuals, though -- an expected critique when it comes to Disney's animated films. "Flight" received an equally positive response even through a plot that critics described as being overly dramatic at times. Rounding out this week's films are "A Late Quartet" and hip hop star RZA's martial arts flick "The Man With The Iron Fists" -- a dream for the rapper who directed the film.

We have gathered all of the week's harshest reviews in the slideshow below. Where does your favorite movie or album rate? As always let us know what you think in the comments section.

The Week In Ouch