With Valentine's Day just a few days away, we asked Fandango users what the worst rom-coms were. Here are the top five films...
5. The Beautician and the Beast - 5%
Fran Drescher stars as a New York cosmetologist mistakenly thought to be a science teacher who is offered a job to teach the children of an Eastern European dictator. Yeah, there's a lot going on there and then you add Dresher's nasally laugh and it's kind of a surprise this movie isn't higher up in the rankings.
4. All About Steve - 6%
Sandra Bullock became the first actress to receive a Razzie and an Oscar in the same year. While she picked up kudos for her performance in The Blind Side, this rom-com, which oddly stars two actors from The Hangover quartet, was a critical pinata scoring a 6% rotten rating on RottenTomatoes and being scorned by enough folks to rank fourth on our list.
3. Mr. Wrong - 6%
The mister's not the only thing wrong in this horrible excuse for a rom com. Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman are both painfully miscast in this tale of a hard-working showbiz producer who's harassed by her family to find the right guy and settle down. Pullman looks the part, but turns out to be a louse. You know, the type who likes to steal beer and recite bad poetry. Our advice: stick to the Ellen TV show.
2. Zack and Miri Make a Porno - 7%
Landing with a thud at #2 is this clunker about two friends who come up with the genius idea of paying off their debts by making a porno film together. Laugh riots ensure. Or not. While Kevin Smith has directed some funny flicks, this "sex comedy" about two people who find themselves falling in love on the set of their first X-rated production misses the mark by a mile.
1. The Hottie and the Nottie - 26%
And in the top spot, the undisputed champion is the hysterically unfunny The Hottie & The Nottie. The plot has something to do with a "hottie" (Paris Hilton) turning down the affections of an acquaintance so that the guy will see the beauty within of her ever-present "nottie" friend. Your first instinct with a Paris Hilton film is to run in the opposite direction. It's the right instinct.