01/19/2013 08:56 am ET

'The Last Stand' Reviews, 'Long.Live.A$AP,' 'Broken City' Reviews & More: The Week In Ouch

This week, Arnold Schwarzenegger made an action-packed return to the big screen with his newest film "The Last Stand."

Directed by Kim Ji-Woon, critics were surprisingly kind to "The Last Stand," noting that it delivered with expected destruction, car chases and fights. For some critics, though, the story was lacking when it came to the performance of its lead actor.

The horror film "Mama" also fell short of its thriller goals, leaving most viewers perplexed by its laughable storyline. "Broken City," meanwhile, completely wasted the talents of its all-star cast, leading to a film that lacked substance and any attention-worthy moments.

In music, hip-hop newcomer A$AP Rocky released his album "Long.Live.A$AP." It was lyrically solid but it was his delivery that seemed to push the project off track. Free Energy released a largely forgettable album "Love Sign" and Christopher Owens' "Lysandre" was marked as passable, but not spectacular enough to gain him any new fans.

As always, we have gathered the week's harshest reviews in the slideshow below. Do you agree with the critics this week? Let us know in the comments section.

The Week In Ouch