The 12 Crappiest Movies of Carla Gugino's Career
Elektra Luzz: Despite the presence of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Olyphantastic, who is already taking his shirt off in this poster. You're welcome.
Son in Law: Despite the dubious comic stylings of Pauly Shore.
Every Day: Despite the presence of Liev Schreiber, who is probably overdue for one of these lists too. I'll get right on that.
Race to Witch Mountain: Despite the impregnating smile of Dwayne Johnson (see also Faster).
The Unborn: Despite Odette Yustman's magnificent ass.
Night at the Museum: Despite the implication of Sacagawea and Teddy Roosevelt getting it on together. Kinky.
Sucker Punch: Despite Jon Hamm and lots (and lots of) scantily-clad boobs.
Michael: Despite the presence of angel-playing Scientologist John Travolta.
Spy Kids 3-D: Despite the aura of the adorable Alan Cumming.
Snake Eyes: Despite the presence of director Brian De Palma and notwithstanding Crazy Cage.
Women in Trouble: Despite the mutually exclusive inclusion of Josh Brolin and an abundant supply of stiletto heels.
Troop Beverly Hills: Despite ... oh hell, I can't even pretend with this one.
And a little unexpected bonus number for you...
Righteous Kill: Despite the Al Pacino/Robert DeNiro combo. Hell, I even enjoyed this one (only for the cast) but can admit that it was one hell of a righteously crappy movie.
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