Worst of Screen
A foul tip led Friends star Matt LeBlanc to act as second banana to a baseball-playing chimp.
Michael Jordan and His Hareness seem badly out of toon in this just-for-the-tech-of-it, live action-animation mess.
Proving that audiences will follow him anywhere, Tom Cruise helped make this impenetrable film version of the classic television series one of the top-grossing (an estimated $181 million domestically) movies of the year.
If only they could have multiplied the laughs in Michael Keaton's one-joke cloning comedy.
Cher spends much of the movie tied to a chair, demonstrating the only way to sit through this tortuous talkfest.
The Mirror Has Two Faces
And the theater has many exits. Barbra Streisand hits a narcissistic nadir, directing herself as the ugly duckling who gets a makeover so she can dump the man of her dreams.
Before and After
Wondrous talents are wasted as Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson plod through a bleak, bloodless and interminable drama.
From Dusk Till Dawn
Gore-happy garbage that not even studly ER doc George Clooney—bangs, tattooed biceps and all—could resuscitate.
In this joking, unsuspenseful action flick, John Travolta's nuke-nabbing villain is upstaged by a load of exploding hardware.
The Island of Dr. Moreau
Looking more ludicrous than scary in his white powder and muumuus, Marlon Brando transforms the H.G. Wells classic into Absurdity Now.