11 Crappiest Movies of Anne Hathaway’s Career
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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