Top 10 Actors Who Hate One of Their Own Movies

Cehrlich1
We’re used to hearing actors promote their films, but isn’t it more fun when they trash them?

For this list, we’re looking at actors who’ve publicly stated their hatred for movies they’ve been in. There’s no speculation with this bunch.

The Top Ten

1 Bob Hoskins “Super Mario Bros.” (1993)

Video games based on movies may be cool, but movies based on video games are always terrible. Fact. - TwilightKitsune

He was a highly respected actor, so Bob Hoskins didn’t feel the need to be coy about his dislike for working on this film. When talking to the newspaper, “The Guardian,” a journalist asked him about any career lows and he replied, “It was a f---in’ nightmare.” He credits the unpleasant working conditions to the married directors, Rocky Morton and Annabel Jankel, who he said had their “…arrogance mistaken for talent.” And after a few hellish weeks of production “…their own agent told them to get off the set! ” Insert a couple more f-bombs here. Hoskins apparently made it through by getting hammered throughout production with his co-star John Leguizamo... yikes! It ultimately earned a measly 15% on Rotten Tomatoes, and was basically critically panned across the board, so can you blame him? - Cehrlich1

2 Jim Carrey “Kick-Ass 2” (2013)
3 Bill Murray “Garfield: The Movie” (2004)

Still love that Zombieland quote. - cjWriter1997

4 George Clooney “Batman & Robin”(1997)
5 Sandra Bullock “Speed 2: Cruise Control” (1997)
6 Katherine Heigl “Knocked Up” (2007)
7 Woody Allen “Manhattan” (1979)
8 Hugh Grant “Nine Months” (1995)
9 Mark Wahlberg “The Happening” (2008)
10 Christopher Plummer “The Sound of Music” (1965)

The Contenders

11 Halle Berry "Catwoman" (2004)
12 Sylvester Stallone "Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot"
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