Another Genre Movie is coming out, and this time they make fun of dancing! Do you know what this means, people? After parodying scary movies, epic movies, disaster movies, date movies and now dance movies - they are slowly but surely running out of material. What can I say, I’m a half-glass full kind of girl. Which is why I look at this horrifying poster and I still don’t think it’s bad enough to make the list of the Top Ten Worst Posters Ever, in all their horrifying glory:
9. Good Luck Chuck
If you can’t tell what’s wrong with this simply by having the gift of sight and staring into the abyss of this poster (somewhere between Jessica Alba’s dead eyes and Dane Cook’s photoshopped bicep), just take my word for it what a crime against humanity (and Rock ‘n Roll nostalgia) this poster is.
7. Failure to Launch
6. How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days
5. License to Wed
This poster would not make me want to watch this movie even on basic cable while blow-drying my hair in the same room, just to have something on in the background. It makes the top 10 simply based on John Krasinski and Mandy Moore’s facial expressions that reveal the shame they feel starring in this type of movie. Robin Williams looks pleased with himself, as usual.
4. Just My Luck
The first romantic comedy ever starring a woman with Tourette’s. That, or half her face is suffering from exhaustion.
2. Citizen Kane
1. The Fighting Temptations
Was this poster put together during Take Your Daughter to Work Day at Paramount? I can almost see a pre-schooler cutting out random red carpet photos of Cuba Gooding Jr. and Beyonce with safety scissors and Scotch-taping them to printing paper. And the slanted font styling must have smoked a bowl with McConaughey.