11 Crappiest Movies of Uma Thurman’s Career
For many reasons, I prefer to think of Uma Thurman exclusive in a Quentin Tarantino context. Let’s face it — she’s never performed better for any other director, and otherwise, she has terrible taste in screenplays. Uma has appeared in so many crappy movies, and here are the top eleven of them:
Bel Ami: I remain convinced that Uma was included in the cast to evoke some memories of the far-superior Dangerous Liasons. What a shame.
My Super Ex-Girlfriend: Presumably, Uma signed onto this movie to escape being typecast by her recent action-laden Kill Bill exploits. Big mistake.
Motherhood: How did we end up here, people? Jesus.
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief: Granted, Uma as Medusa (as Sharon Stone) was the most amusing part of this movie, but it was about a quest that wasn’t even a real quest. But hey, cool special effects!
The Accidental Husband: One lonely Saturday evening, I decided to hit Netflix Instant Watch and discover why this movie never received a release date. I soon discovered the answer to that needless question.
Be Cool: This one was only semi-worth it for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a gay Samoan bodyguard. Unless you share that fetish with me, skip it.
Paycheck: Naturally, Uma was only in this Ben Affleck action/suspense flick for the … paycheck.
The Avengers: Yes, this was the “other” Avengers movie based upon the television show about an English special agent and his partner, Emma Peel. Other than Uma looking amazing in this catsuit, the movie was crap.
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues: Apparently, Gus Van Sant has absolutely no regard for literary source material.
Johnny Be Good: Even in the context of Brat Pack movies, this one was ridiculous. Anthony Michael Hall as a hot QB prospect? Bitch, please.
Batman & Robin: There were so many crappy elements of this movie, not the least of which were the misguided BAT NIPPLES.
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