Not true. (Side note: You are allowed to like "bad stuff" and it's not a personal attack on you if something you love is rated poorly by the critics, who tend to see hundreds of movies a year and are a lot less forgiving than you or I would be of a film's flaws.)last 5 years or so, a movie getting 100% reviews from industry critics correlates to very poor performance with average viewer.
Most movies never get a wide release, which fills up the charts with a lot of "what is this stuff," but that's true for any point in the scale.
Just looking at what's in theaters now or relatively recently (including re-releases), the stuff with the top scores include the following:
- Banshees of Inisherin, 96%, short list for Best Picture Oscar
- Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, 95% with critics, 94% with audiences, a big hit with my family
- MEGAN, 93% with critics, 78% with audiences, a big hit in theaters
- RRR, 95% with critics, 94% with audiences, a massive worldwide hit, probably the most popular international action movie since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (which has gotten a rerelease and has a 98% with critics, 86% with audiences)