11 Crappiest Movies of Anne Hathaway’s Career
Anne Hathaway has always struck me as one who carefully crafts her Hollywood image to an extreme. Yet regardless of my crappy opinion, she's a pretty competent actress who is currently receiving praise for her role in The Dark Knight Rises. Anne's turned in some good work within Oscar bait such as Rachel Getting Married and Brokeback Mountain as well. Still, she's starred in her fair share of crappy movies, and here are the top eleven of them.
Bride Wars: Screw the idea of marriage -- it's all about that pretty white dress, you know. Such an insult to the female species.
Passengers: This misguided thriller fails to pull off a twist that can only be described as "Shalamayan-esque."
One Day: Watch Hathaway age 20 years through a series of dorky costumes! God, what a depressing ending.
Hoodwinked: At least Hathaway had the decency to step away from the sequel.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement: Sure, the first movie possessed a certain charm, but this sequel was merely Disney filler material.
Valentine's Day: This movie functions as a shitty romcom blemish upon many an actor's resume.
Get Smart: As a remake of the iconic 1960s comedy, this was a pretty dumb movie.
Becoming Jane: Hathaway was definitely the wrong actress for this job, and the movie itself was too much of a downer for fans of Austen's literature.
Havoc: Rich kids decide to be poor on purpose and arbitrarily join a Latino gang. And that's just the beginning of what is wrong with this flick.
Love and Other Drugs: It was a noble cause -- Hathaway's character struggles with Parkinson's disease but falls into a romcom plot that can't even be redeemed by her naked rack.
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