There's probably no genre more reviled than movie-based titles. GamesRadar thinks it's agreed upon that most of these games generally suck. And they get it. With the development team having to hit a specific release date, there is no way programmers have the necessary time to make a stellar title. That's why gamers get crap like Enter the Matrix. More often than not, they get titles that take great liberty with the material.
If you've found yourself wondering why Marty McFly needs to escape hula dancers in Back to the Future for the NES, then this list is for you. Note: these aren't the worst movie-based games, but the least authentic to the film they're based on.