Looks like I'm part of the majority this round.
1. ROM - 7.6 - Pădurea spânzuratilor [The Forest of the Hanged]
2. HUN - 7.4 - Megáll az idő [Time Stands Still]
3. URU - 5.6 - 25 Watts
4. KOR - 5.2 - Splash Splash Love
Time Stands Still - This was a good film, but it seemed that it relied a lot on context and history of Hungary, and I felt that I was missing a lot of the nuances, and therefore I didn't connect with the storyline as much as I could have.
Splash Splash Love - This wasn't as bad as everyone made it out to be, but it was still pretty bad. All in the all, it's a cute forgettable story, but at times it did feel cloying (I think someone else also mentioned this), and the soundtrack was annoying. Some of the jokes were cringeworthy, and I groaned out loud at the Gangam Style reference. Despite being a fantasy, it was entirely implausible that she would a) be mistaken for a eunuch and b) be able to teach them all that about math, anatomy, and agriculture, regardless of how advanced we are compared to their time. If it had ended after the first episode, I might have skipped the dislike button, but the second half went all over the place and was largely boring.
The Forest of the Hanged - Another look at WWI that we don't normally hear about, this film was great for the first two hours. But, as soon as the soldiers went on leave, it changed gears and became this incomprehensible mess with a random love story that seemed so disjointed from the rest of the film until it finally pulled itself together for the finish.
25 Watts - This type of humour doesn't interest me. It reminds me of when I tried to watch Clerks but couldn't get past the first five minutes. I probably would have shut this off if it hadn't been a WC film. I was bored most of the time and only really cared about Seba, who actually seemed like a decent human being; Javi and Leche were just pricks. Still, I suppose it captured teenage ennui fairly accurately.