The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Sisyphus Turns 2011

Hank Azaria’s body in Along Came Polly is weird, right? Do we all agree on that? At the very least, we can agree that it is unexpected. If I can’t get a flat-out “weird” I will take a mumbled “surprising, for sure.” (Admittedly, there is no way to know if Hank Azaria still has his Along Came Polly body. The technology just isn’t there, yet. One day, of course, we will all carry around tiny computers in our pockets that provide us with instant updates on what Hank Azaria’s body is like at any given time.) Am I bringing up Hank Azaria’s body in Along Came Polly to avoid having to confront the painful image of a whole new year of terrible movies stretching out ahead of us like Cormac McCarthy Blvd. (On that note, have any local governments named any stretches of local highway “Cormac McCarthy Road” because they should. That would be funny. Aren’t there any other pointless digressions we can go on? Please?) Fine. Let’s do this. As is the new method of conducting business, the next round of Hunt movies will be selected from THIS comment thread and announced next week, so if you have a suggestion, make it HERE. But before you do, please consider again the Official Rules:

  1. It cannot be intentionally horrible.
  2. It must have at least one A- or B-list movie star in it. (No “outsider art.”)
  3. It cannot be Glitter. (Or Crossroads.)
  4. It has to have had a theatrical release.
  5. It must be available on Netflix.
  6. No matter how bad the movie, it cannot be based on a popular superhero.
  7. No musicals.
  8. No Robin Williams movies (Note: In a lead role. Supporting roles will be considered on a case by case basis)
  9. Only one Nicolas Cage movie per “round.”
  10. No children’s movies.
  11. Gabe is the boss.

Please also consider the previous nominees. No double up. See you in hell!