We may have a soft spot for Lindsey Lohan for giving us one of the best teen movies “Mean Girls.” Yet, subsequent performances have been seriously below par. In the late noughties, the actress tried to revive her acting career after there was too much interest in her private life. Sadly, Lohan’s career revival did not exactly occur.
Films like “Georgia Rule” may have not been nominated for any awards at the Razzies ceremony, but they garnered a fair amount of poor reviews. And then there was “I Know Who Killed Me.” Lohan took home two Razzies for this one for both of her incredible performances.
This actor may have caused a torrent of jokes in early 2005, but they were not exactly praising his acting range. Norris was a black belt and top class in judo and Brazilian jujutsu and he might have starred in plenty of action movies with an abundance of fighting scenes and crazy stunts.
But his martial arts expertise could not cover his not-so-first-class acting. According to Rotten Tomatoes, he is the worst actor of all time with his movies averaging a rating of 18.4. Some stellar examples are “Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection,” “Firewalker,” and “Hero and the Terror.”
With movie titles like “Freddy Got Fingered,” “Total Frat Movie,” and “Grind,” it is hard to expect something amazing from Tom Green. And you will not be disappointed. This actor has failed to deliver even with minor roles. Few films star Green as their lead and if we're going to be completely honest, we understand why.
When he is the lead, like the poor-in-taste “Freddy Got Fingered,” it earns 4.6 on “IMBD.” Green also picked up the Golden Raspberry for worst actor in 2001 with “Freddy Got Fingered.” At least, the actor demonstrated good sportsmanship and went to collect his Golden Razzie.
For a while, Sharon Stone could distract audiences from her acting by crossing and uncrossing her legs, but it soon became apparent that leg-crossing onscreen is one of her only talents – or her only talent. While “Basic Instinct” with the infamous leg-crossing scenes may have escaped the critic’s negative remarks that's where it ends.
In later productions like “The Specialist” and “Intersection,” the actress took home two Golden Raspberry awards for Worst Actress. A decade later in 2004, the actress earned her first Stinker award for Worst Supporting Actress in “Catwoman.” She did have a great performance in Martin Scorsese's classic movie "Casino."
“Baywatch” may have put David Hasselhoff on the map, but it did not take him off the map for bad acting. The actor has been regularly voted the worst actor, being named the 49th worst actor by IMBD. Apart from the original “Knight Rider,” Hasselhoff has starred in a few productions that have scored over 6/10 on IMDB.
The “Sharknado” franchise has become a cult classic for being infamously bad, and we have to wonder about Hasselhoff's supposed acting talent if he takes on the role of Colonel Gilbert Shepard for the fourth installment “Of Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens.” Who on Earth is going to watch that?