11 Crappiest Movies of Steve Buscemi's Career
Steve Buscemi will always be Mr. Pink to me even though he's now Nucky Thompson to many of you. However, I never quite realized how many dreadful movies in general that Steve has made and how many Adam Sandler flicks within which he's appeared until writing this list. True, the evidence was always out there on abundant display, but call it denial on my part. I want to think Buscemi is better than Sandler flicks, but apparently, Buscemi doesn't feel that way himself. In addition, there are several Buscemi flicks that I haven't even seen yet, so this list is fairly skewed. Dude's been in a lot of movies.
Youth in Revolt: Here endeth the career of Michael Cera. Or at least, this is the point when it should have ended. That little bastard just keeps on going.
28 Days: Buscemi did manage a rather understated turn in this movie, but seriously ... death by sock monkey?
Airheads: Sure, Buscemi's head was almost made for that metal rocker style, and this is (presumably) a decent movie to watch while stoned (I wouldn't know, since I haven't been stoned since 1992), but yeah, "all those blow jobs for nothing."
Tales from the Darkside: Guys, just because it's a horror anthology doesn't qualify it as Creepshow 3.
Armageddon: Michael Bay go "BOOM!" Such trash.
Con Air: Honestly, I dug this movie. Nic Cage in his prime. Creepy Malkovich and Buscemi. Still a total crapfest.
Escape From L.A.: Yet another unnecessary, inferior sequel.
Billy Bathgate: A romantic gangster movie? More like one that can put me to sleep.
The Island: Ahh yes, Michael Bay attempted to form a thought while directing this movie. Big mistake.
Rising Sun: This movie had so many plot holes that it left Pauly Shore's "Weasel" spinning.
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry: No explanation necessary.
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