11 Crappiest Movies of Steve Buscemi's Career
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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