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Worst Actors

Success in the film industry may not always be correlated with talent – some just make it through good looks, connections and dumb luck. Here are some of the worst actors to have made it on screen.

1. Tommy Wiseau

Lead, writer, director and primary investor of his film The Room, the heavily accented, overdubbed and nonsensical lines, along with his appearance on screen are a testament to why no one would cast him except himself.

2. Alan Bagh

Since playing Rod in Birdemic: Shock and Terror, Bagh’s wooden acting is so bad to the point where it has become almost comedic. Since this lead role, he has been around as a background actor.

3. Eddie Griffin

Apart from Undercover Brother, none of his comedies have received appreciation owing to bad actors as well including Griffin who is considered one of the worst with 24.1% average rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

4. Chuck Norris

Despite having a fan base, Norris is rated the worst actor on Rotten Tomatoes with a rating of 18.4%.

5. Pauly Shore

A comic who can barely make his audience laugh, Shore has constantly been appearing as the same kind of one-dimensional character in consistently bad movies such as Bio-Dome and
The Wash. 

6. Rob Schneider

Schneider who has barely been in the public eyes only thanks to Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Production is most known for his racially offensive portrayals and accents. His movies like Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and The Hot Chick have been nothing but aggressively unfunny.

7. Nicolas Cage

Despite some good movies such as Leaving Las Vegas and Adaptation, which were essentially just opportunities for him to overact, his bad movies tend to outweigh the better ones.

8. Taylor Lautner

The shirtless werewolf from the Twilight series, Lautner has barely found any success outside of the franchise unlike his co-stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. One look at his film Abduction will shed light on his lack of chemistry with co-stars and poor dialogue delivery.

9. Jaden Smith

As a child actor in the sentimental film, The Pursuit of Happiness Jaden Smith had a moving debut but has not found much success after it. The film After Earth was torn apart by critics mainly for his terrible performance, so much so that his future in the movie industry is doubtful.

10. Ben Affleck

Although an Oscar-winning producer and writer, Affleck has not found similar success in the acting department despite having dabbled in almost all genres of films.

Worst Films

Despite having the luck to witness some really good films in 2018, we have also had the opportunity to see some truly bad ones as well. Here are some of the worst movies to have made their way to the big screen this past year.

1. Gotti

Director Kevin Connolly has attempted to trace the rise and fall of the Gambino crime boss, John Gotti, but falls into a series of cliché scenes such as the courtroom, backroom, and prison scenes. Embarrassingly generic, the film has moved away from the glorification of crime and violence since the 1930s, by making the same appear tedious more than anything else.

2. The Death of a Nation

The film which comes as the director Dinesh D’Souza’s direct attack on every person who voted for Donald Trump, cannot hold up against any form of scrutiny owing to blatant lies, impossible transgressions in logic, and barefaced historical distortions.

3. Life Itself

Poorly written and melodramatic, this film by Dan Fogelman consists of saccharine plots and unrealistically well-timed scenarios of tragedy, twists, and sacrifices that tie together two families from the 1980s to the 2070s or 80s. The whole movie has an aura of artificiality and is incredibly questionable in all aspects.

4. Fifty Shades Freed

The climax of the series appears to be undoubtedly the worst of the lot. The film is made up of bland clichés, sexy rich-person hideaways, incompressible politics, and dull sex scenes, all of which contribute towards a smooth and deeply stupid film.

5. Dark Crimes

Alexandros Avranas’ English debut has Jim Carrey in the charisma-lacking lead. The film paints a picture of Eastern Europe as a fiendish hellhole where misogynistic violence and sexualized femicide is fetishized. Everything about the film is dull, exploitative, and provocative without reason.

6. Future World

An unexpected debacle from the prolific James Franco, Future World presents itself as a sort of post-apocalyptic bachelor party. Cliché and shabbily arranges this film feels like a home-movie that was probably more fun to wake than have to sit through.

7. The Outsider

Directed by Danish filmmaker Martin Zandvliet, the only good one can find his film is how Jared Let’s bland performance gives spaces for the Japanese co-stars to display their talents in between generic and violent subplots.

8. Mute

Duncan Jones with Mute has made a film that is inescapably personal, and overly ambitious. Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux appear as black-market surgeons sharing an almost uncomfortable homoeroticism. Watching the film feels tedious, which is the last thing you would want to feel when trapped with 2-hour long film.

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