If there’s one thing we know about Hollywood it’s that no one is safe from celebrity criticism. In fact, the phrase “Hollywood stars” usually precedes a snide comment about someone’s appearance or performance. Aspiring actors and actresses may live in fear of being publicly shamed by a megastar’s careless social media musings, which could potentially ruin their careers before they even really get going. That’s why we’ve collected a list of the top ten worst things Robert Pattinson has ever said about Twilight and its characters!

1) On Breaking Dawn Part 1: “I would have rather watched the second Hobbit movie than that piece of dog poo.”

For those of you who haven’t been living under a rock, you’ll know that the final installment in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 1, was released last year. In case you somehow managed to avoid all the spoilers that bombarded social media platforms in the weeks leading up to the premiere, let’s briefly recap the events of the movie: after an incredibly intense battle with werewolves, vampires, and other creatures and magic, Bella finally brings her mate, Edward, to bed. Unfortunately, their newfound happiness is quickly overshadowed by the arrival of their daughter, Renesmee, a human-vampire hybrid. Naturally, the teens are overjoyed at the prospect of expanding their family, but they soon learn that having a child will change their lives forever. In the midst of the ensuing chaos, Bella sacrifices her life to protect her daughter from an angry mob. After breaking free from her human form and floating away, she gives birth to a daughter, whom she name Reneesmee, and passes on her magical skills to… well, you get the picture.

Although Pattinson didn’t actually watch the movie before sharing his opinion, it’s safe to assume that whatever he saw in the trailers impacted his mind enough to write the below tweet. In case you’re wondering, the answer is The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Prior to its theatrical release, Peter Jackson’s Middle Earth adventure film swept the awards season, garnering seven wins at the 2014 Oscars. In the months following its premiere, fans of The Hobbit series patiently endured months of teasers, trailers, and social media spoilers to finally learn the fate of Bilbo Baggins and the rest of the Hobbit fellowship.

2) On Transformers 4: “Transformers 4 is a piece of shit. I would rather go to the bathroom than watch that movie.”

Transformers 4 was released in 2014 to pretty high praise from critics and audience members alike. The fourth installment in the franchise picked up right where the previous one left off, as an ancient alien race, the Dinobots, crash-land on Earth. They soon discover that the only thing worse than fighting amongst themselves is fighting against humankind. As a result, they decide to team up with Tom Hardy’s character, Marcus, in order to protect themselves from further devastation. However, this alliance is short-lived, as the robots soon discover that their true purpose on Earth is to serve as cannon fodders for the human race. In the end, the audience is relieved that humanity is safe and proud that the heroic Autobots protected the planet yet again.

Whether or not Pattinson watched the movie beforehand, it’s clear that he wasn’t exactly a fan of the fourth installment in the franchise. Unfortunately, he didn’t hold back when it came to tweeting about it either. What he said next is pretty self-explanatory: “Tom Hardy is the worst actor in the world.”

3) On World War Z: “World War Z doesn’t even deserve to be called a movie. It’s more of a zombie apocalypse porno.”

World War Z was released last year to largely positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. Based on Max Brooks’ bestselling book of the same name, the movie follows an American journalist who travels to Ukraine after the zombie outbreak to report on the chaos for his paper. While there, he meets a group of zombie-fighting civilians led by Christopher Eccleston’s character, who takes him under his wing and teaches him to shoot zombies. Before the end of the conflict, the journalist uncovers a conspiracy that could bring down the entire zombie war effort. World War Z may not be perfect, but it’s certainly better than average, especially for a zombie movie. The special effects are surprisingly good for a movie that was filmed almost entirely in Romania and Hungary, and the cast really does seem to give it their all.

As we know, zombies never really went out of style, and now that the world has shifted to a digital nomad ecosystem, it’s obviously a genre that continues to grow in popularity. With the World War Z finale currently sitting on over a billion views on YouTube, it’s clear that the undead have a special place in the hearts of fans around the world. For whatever reason, Robert Pattinson chose to target this particular zombie apocalypse flick in his criticism, perhaps because he felt that Brooks’ other work wasn’t nearly as entertaining as this one. In any case, it’s clear he didn’t enjoy himself while watching World War Z.

4) On The Great British Bake Off: “I would rather watch Girls Aloud than The Great British Bake Off.”

Speaking of which,…

In December 2014, the hit TV series The Great British Bake Off was renewed for a third season, which will return in the spring of next year. The culinary competition series features home bakers competing against one another for glory, with the winning baker receiving a £10,000 boost to their bank account. Naturally, this is something worth boasting about. Having won the Great British Bake Off makes you a self-made millionaire. Or, at the very least, it’ll give you financial security for the rest of your life. Naturally, people are going to be pretty excited about this. Especially the ones who watched the entire series every week. Unfortunately, not everyone is as thrilled about this as you’d expect, especially since the show is sponsored by Nestlé.

Nestlé is the world’s largest food company, so it’s not exactly a secret that they have an interest in the culinary world. In fact, the company’s very first product was a chocolate bar, which was followed by the development of instant noodles and baby food. In the baking world, Nestlé now makes Betty Crosti, a puff pastry filled with chocolate and strawberry preserves, and one of the popular brands behind the Starbucks coffee shop. So it’s not difficult to see why they would want to be associated with a show about baking, especially since it gives them the chance to promote their wares. For someone whose career is largely based on their acting talent, this kind of association may put a damper on Robert Pattinson’s ambitious plans. And who knows – maybe the company will even ask him to bake a cake for a photo-op or something.

5) On The Amazing Race: “The Amazing Race should be banned. It’s an embarrassment to the human race.”

The Amazing Race is one of the most popular reality TV shows in existence, with over 600 episodes airing over the past decade and a half. Inspired by a Japanese game show, the international competition series features teams of two, who must travel around the world solving puzzles and competing against other teams in order to win the cash prize. Naturally, this is a show that appeals to fans of the genre, who want to see realistic stories of survival and endurance, as well as enjoy some lighthearted competition. However, for fans of Twilight, it’s probably best to skip The Amazing Race… for now.

The Amazing Race is just one of several reality shows that Pattinson has publicly shamed. For some reason, he seems to hate all of them with a passion. Whether or not this is because he feels that they take himself away from promoting his upcoming movies, we’ll probably never know.

6) On The Hobbit: “The Hobbit is a piece of shit. I would rather read a book.”

Finally, we arrive at The Hobbit, the entry that we’re sure that you were eagerly waiting for! After a brief introduction by Peter Jackson, the director of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, the highly anticipated first installment in the Hobbit series, An Unexpected Journey, hit theaters last December. Like its Twilight counterpart, the film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic novel is also receiving mostly positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. Although, based on the amount of crickets that Robert Pattinson has been throwing about The Hobbit series, it’s clear that he didn’t have the pleasure of watching it before it came out.