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11 Crappiest Movies of Charlize Theron’s Career

By Agent Bedhead | Lists | May 30, 2012 |

By Agent Bedhead | Lists | May 30, 2012 |

Charlize Theron famously uglied herself up and won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Monster, and since then, she’s been regarded as a highly talented and in-demand, A-list actress. Still, the girl has made many really crappy films throughout her career, and here are the top 11 of them:

Hancock: Sure, this movie made a ton of money and was based upon a rather amusing concept, but the execution was ridiculous.


Battle in Seattle: Propaganda! Bang! Boom! Crap!


Aeon Flux: Perhaps this movie would’ve been better if they’d gone with a hard “R” rating instead of watering the material down so much. Charlize sure did look good in that costume though.


15 Minutes: Charlize was only in one scene of this movie, but that doesn’t change the fact that she participated in this Robert De Niro crapfest.


The Curse of the Jade Scorpion: I believe this was the precise point when Woody Allen should’ve taken a sabbatical instead.


Waking Up in Reno: This one also made Billy Bob Thornton’s list of crappy films, and the reason still stands.


Reindeer Games (Deception): I’d like to think this movie went wrong with the concept of romance between prison pen pals, but it was so much worse than that.


Mighty Joe Young: Sadly, Joe the ape outacted all of his human counterparts in this one.


Head in the Clouds: This movie is so cheesy and melodramatic that it just had to make the list.


Trapped: This movie featuring “brilliant” kidnappers sure did screw up in a number of bumbling, unbelievable ways.


The Devil’s Advocate: Look, I love this movie, but those “demonic” special effects were utterly hilarious, and Pacino was gloriously crappy.


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