11 Crappiest Movies of Rhys Ifans’ Career

By Agent Bedhead | Seriously Random Lists | April 18, 2012 |


Passion Play: I love to pick on this movie because it was clearly not a good idea for anyone in the cast. At least Rhys' charater was supposed to inhale the scenery though, which is more than I can say for the inexplicable involvement of Bill Murray.

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Anonymous: Rhys looks fantastic in Elizabethan garb, and this certainly was an entertaining movie but simply cannot be taken seriously in regard to historical value.

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Mr. Nice: This movie completely dropped the ball on capturing the essence of Howard Marks and really should've gone for a comedic vibe instead of melodrama.

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Elizabeth: The Golden Age: This sequel seemed much more like a bad British soap opera than a worthy sequel.

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Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties: This one was insufferable for kids and adults alike. Come to think of it, perhaps Bill Murray could use one of these lists too.

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Vanity Fair: This movie was an awful, dreadful, and a perfect illustration of what often goes wrong when adapting great books.

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Danny Deckchair: This was a sweet movie and something of a potential guilty pleasure, but I just couldn't buy the characters or their motivations.

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Notting Hill: Rhys (as Spike) is so eccentric her and delivers some of the best lines ("Bugger this for a bunch of bananas"). Such a shame about the rest of the movie.

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The Replacements: This could've been a decent sports movie, and I can appreciate that it wasn't oh-so-serious, but it was just a little too "screwball" for my tastes.

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Little Nicky: It's a typical Adam Sandler movie. Enough said.
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Love, Honour, And Obey: People who've watched this movie will tell you that you'll either love it or hate it. I pretty much hated it.

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Agent Bedhead lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She and her little black heart can be found at Celebitchy.


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