Most of these movies feature actors, actresses and filmmakers who really should know better...
1. NEW YEAR'S EVE
An all-star cast fails to re-create the guilty pleasure of the same filmmakers' Valentine's Day. This bland movie doesn't have a single engaging character or plot strand.
2. SUCKER PUNCH
One of the year's most anticipated films, this girly fantasy is so choppy and chaotic that it's impossible to care about anything that happens.
3. I DON'T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT
Sarah Jessica Parker crushed her working-woman street cred with this insulting comedy about a wealthy New York mother trying to have it all.
4. YOUR HIGHNESS
This stoner fairy tale is one of those all-star comedies that must have been fun to make. But it's certainly no fun to watch these unfunny, squirm-inducing jokes.
5. THE ART OF GETTING BY
Mopey teen romances don't get much worse than this aimless, mumbly New York drama. Fine young actors Freddy Highmore and Emma Roberts are wasted.
6. REUNITING THE RUBINS
Poor Timothy Spall looks like he's actually in pain just appearing in this disastrous British comedy about a Jewish family that doesn't want to get together.
7. LARRY CROWNE
It's hard to imagine Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts failing so spectacularly to create likeable characters or spark even a hint of chemistry. The ultimate damp squib.
8. DREAM HOUSE
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz fell in love while making this spooky ghost thriller. But the film feels like it was edited with a machete, leaving it an incoherent mess.
9. SEASON OF THE WITCH
Nicolas Cage's wild hair is at its most ludicrous in this silly medieval thriller that makes so little sense that it's actually a bit of a guilty pleasure.
10. THE HANGOVER PART II
The year's biggest disappointment was this unfunny sequel to the hit gross-out comedy. Merely recycling the same jokes in Thailand just wasn't enough.
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