11 Crappiest Movies of Robert Downey Jr.’s Career
U.S. Marshals: RDJ himself described this film as "possibly the worst action movie of all time." That pretty much says it all.
The Singing Detective: I tried so hard to like this movie, but it just paled in comparison to the original miniseries.
Johnny Be Good: Even in the context of Brat Pack movies, this one was ridiculous. Anthony Michael Hall as a hot QB prospect? Please. Uma Thurman sure is purty though.
Gothika: This movie was one of the most plot-ridden, cinematic nightmares that I've ever personally experienced.
The Shaggy Dog: Here stands another entry into the Tim Allen School of Annoying Kids' Movies.
Air America: Both Downey and Mel Gibson were ridiculously unconvincing as pilots, and this was quite the cheesy action film, but I'll take Top Gun cheese over this variety anyday.
Due Date: Was this movie supposed to be funny? Because all I caught was an overriding sense of mean-spirited stupidity.
Heart and Souls: Sure, this has all the elements of a heart-warming, feel-good movie, but it was so, so, crappy.
Only You: This movie is a perfect illustration of how both RDJ and Marisa Tomei are cut out for much better projects than a formulaic romcom.
The Soloist: This experience was tedious, depressing, and quite the opposite of uplifting. Jamie Foxx was also pretty damn awful in his role.
Less Than Zero: Yes, I know, but put aside your nostalgia for just a few hours, and rewatch this movie. Afterwards, you just might agree that (after 20 years), it is one hell of a crappy film.
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