Everyone has off days at work, but not everyone has their off day captured on celluloid and put on thousands of movie screens across the country. The following is a list of actors who normally take home sacks of trophies for killing it at their day job giving performances so rank, they'd make Tommy Wiseau proud.

1. Robert De Niro - The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

De Niro's interpretation of the 'Fearless Leader' not only sullied the memory of this great cartoon, it even managed to cheapen his legendary performances as Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver by doing a half-baked parody of his famous "Are you talking to me" monologue.


2. Eddie Redmayne - Jupiter Ascending

In the same year that Redmayne won an Oscar for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything he delivered...whatever you can call this.

3. Al Pacino - Jack and Jill

Pacino's descent into the bargain bin movie business is well-known, but this is perhaps the most jarring example. How Pacino went from being a consistent presence in the Academy Award's Best Acting category to this is proof that success may be the worst thing for an actor's artistic drive.


4. Jodie Foster - Elysium

With two Oscars in her pocket, Foster clearly felt comfortable phoning it in on this one. Frankly, you can't really judge her for if you've seen the rest of this movie.

5. Jon Voight - A tie for Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 and Anaconda

If you have an Academy Award under your belt and your agent sends you a script for a movie called Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2, fire them—and find one who'll get you a killer snake movie to ham it up in, instead.


6. Mark Wahlberg - The Happening

Who are we kidding? Mark Wahlberg deserved a nomination for keeping a straight face during this movie, not The Departed.

7. Jeremy Irons - Dungeons and Dragons

Making Dungeons and Dragons even cornier than a bunch of dweebs in a basement apparently requires the talent of a renowned thespian with British theater training.


8. Marion Cotillard - The Dark Knight Rises

Dying convincingly is especially hard when you have several Academy Award winners dressed like bats and cats staring back at you like it isn't totally ridiculous.

9. Tommy Lee Jones - Blown Away and Batman Forever

Jones guarantees a good performance when he's playing a straight-shooting officer of the law, but ask him to don an Irish accent or try to one-up Jim Carrey in goofiness and OOF.


10. John Travolta and Forrest Whitaker - Battlefield Earth


11. Christopher Walken - The Country Bears

So, this may not be Walken at his finest, but on the other hand it does seem kind of natural for him to be screaming at animatronic bears.


12. Uma Thurman - Batman and Robin

By now you can probably tell that being in a Batman movie is a huge risk to your acting credibility unless you are Heath Ledger.

13. Halle Berry - Catwoman

It's hard to think Berry was under the assumption that playing someone who uses their cat-like super powers to be good at basketball was going to garner her anything but a Razzie Award.


A Razzie which she graciously accepted for this disaster.

14. Russell Crowe - Les Miserables

The only thing poor Crowe won for this performance was a spot in meme infamy.


15. Nic Cage - The Wicker Man

What would this list be without a shout out to the Cage-man himself? Let's not even call this a 'bad performance,' but rather 'quintessential Cage.'