11 Crappiest Movies Of Julia Roberts’ Career
Flatliners: When this movie was released, I enjoyed all of the eye candy, and it's still a guilty pleasure of mine. But is it crappy? Hell yes.
Full Frontal: This movie might have been the precise point where Steven Soderbergh actually started to lose his magic touch.
Mary Reilly: This one aimed for "subtle" but ended up with "dull" instead. Oh, Malkovich.
Mona Lisa Smile: Perhaps this film meant to be like Dead Poets Society for chicks. Too bad it was so damn annoying.
Ready to Wear: Yes, I watched this movie (on VHS) because I lost a dare. Dammit.
Runaway Bride: This one attempted to capitalize upon the former chemistry of Julia with Richard Gere, but it was merely a money grab.
Sleeping with the Enemy: This so-called thriller was entirely predictable and utterly disappointing.
Eat Pray Love: This movie (along with its literary source material) was such a whiny, self-indulgent piece of crap.
Something to Talk About: This movie tries to combine the concepts of enduring family love and a cheating spouse while intermingle it all with an equestrian competition. Very bizarre and wholly unwatchable.
Stepmom: This was ultimately a very depressing movie that filmmakers sought to "balance" with the (nonexistent) charm of Julia.
Valentine's Day: Sure, Julia only had a few minutes of screentime, but we can blame the film's monetary success solely upon her. Unfortunately, this romcom was as clichéd as they come.
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