11 Crappiest Movies of Guy Pearce's Career
In recent years, Guy Pearce has become known as the actor who inconspicuously appears in such Oscar bait as The Hurt Locker and The King’s Speech without so much as a nomination. He also starred in the (IMO) overrated Memento, but don’t get me wrong, I love the guy. He has, however, starred in a number of crappy movies, and here are the top eleven of them.
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: This was an inferior remake that starred Katie “Holmes, Sweet Holmes” Holmes and turned the creepy creatures into robotic Gremlins. What the hell?
Bedtime Stories: Honestly, the best part of this typically horrific Adam Sandler movie is the moment when Russell Brand puts ketchup all over his face. If that tells you anything at all…
Fragments: Great cast. Slightly promising psych-thriller premise. Not even worth it for a bit role from Walton Goggins.
Ravenous: War is hell. Unfortunately, this “horror” movie is even worse than that.
A Slipping-Down Life: Sure, this movie is funny as hell, but it wasn’t intended that way. If it helps at all, Guy is barely recognizable in this flick.
Rules of Engagement: Here stands yet another Samuel L. Jackson “Paycheck” Movie.
Factory Girl: I’ll admit that Pearce’s portrayal of Andy Warhol was rather inspired, but the film as a whole was utter crap.
The Hard Word: Was this really supposed to be an American noir/British crime hybrid? It was a visually spectacular ride but nothing else.
Till Human Voices Wake Us: God knows I love a good Helena Bonham Carter romantic drama, but this was an utter mess.
The Road: This was such a poor adaptation of the novel and as good a reason as any to say, “Fuck the Weinstein Co.”
The Time Machine: Sure, the Morlocks were kind of cool, but H.G. Wells still probably would have hated this poorly executed adaptation.
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