By MICHAEL WALTERS
Warmed over dance numbers and second rate songs are shoehorned into a threadbare ramshackle rags to riches story in the clunkiest most awkward way possible- but the hilariously awful dialogue at least will keep you chuckling at this vapid turkey.
#9 “The A-Team”
No one could help “The A-Team,” a terrible movie that somehow wound up being even worse than the TV show that inspired it.
#8 “Cop Out”
Bruce Willis and Tracey Morgan give the buddy movie a bad name in “Cop Out,” an alleged comedy full of such head scratching awfulness you wonder how it was ever made at all.
#7 “Yogi Bear.”
Simply un-bear-able and downright em-bear-assing for all involved
#6 “Furry Vengence.”
The only thing worse than a bad talking critter movie is a self-righteous one with a message.
#5 “Jonah Hex”
Josh brolin is a metaphysical cowboy who can communicate with the dead.
That’s because they’re the only ones who could stand to sit through this mess.
This one was dead on arrival.
#4 “Gulliver’s Travels”
Jack Black uses the classic tale as an excuse for giant robot wedgies.
Even with its slim running time this bomb still felt a bit like a Heaven’s Gate/Cleopatra double feature.
#3 “Remember Me”
“Twilight’s” Robert Pattinson spends two hours acting like a self righteous jerk in a movie that has the gall to use 9-11 to make him into a martyr. Remember Me? I’d rather not.
#2 “Sex and the City 2″
Trying to find a redeeming quality in this movie is like trying to write a vacation brochure to the Gulag. Carrie and company have lost their wit and become a very unfunny punchline.
#1 “Life As We Know It”
This preposterous romantic comedy thinks Katherine Heigl’s abrasive personality, combined with a baby and lots of puke and poop jokes, are a winning formula. My knuckles were white with rage after about 30 minutes and the relentless predictability of this romcom felt like a death march. This “Life” should have been ended before it ever began.