11 Crappiest Movies Of Danny DeVito’s Career
Danny DeVito is almost exclusively known for making crappy movies, so I finally agree with those of you who often ask whether a “Best Of” list might have been easier to pen. Yet here we are…
Twins: Certainly, someone had a bright idea here, right? High concept, no execution.
Renaissance Man: Guilty pleasure or a an over-the-top mockery of the military? Those dudes would’ve never made it out of basic.
When In Rome: I’m still convinced that this insipid little rom com was the death of Kristen Bell’s career.
Look Who’s Talking Now: Who asked for even more of the talking babies? No one, that’s who.
Be Cool: Yeah sure, throw a bunch of great personalities into a movie. Just don’t forget about the script.
The Good Night: Jake Paltrow’s directorial debut was a nebulous mess. I like to think of this movie as the “Poor Man’s Inception.”
Jewel of the Nile: This was one of those sequels that nearly destroyed all of the goodwill stemming from the first movie.
The Oh in Ohio: Well, of course DeVito played the hot stud muffin.
Wise Guys: As a parody of gangster films, it should’ve at least been funny, right?
What’s the Worst That Could Happen?: The answer to the titular question is rather obvious, methinks.
And a little unexpected bonus number for you…
Mars Attacks!: Yes, this is a “love it or hate it” sort of movie, but I pretty much hated it.
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