#3: Ben Affleck
There's a reason a whole three and a half minutes of the movie Team America were devoted to a song about how bad Affleck's performance was in Pearl Harbor (Michael Bay, 2001). That reason is because he was that bad in Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor is bad enough that we don't even have to talk about Daredevil (Mark Steven Johnson, 2003), but for professional reasons, I must. When he plays a supporting role, he is tolerable. His only redeeming factors are his roles in Kevin Smith films.
#2: John Cena
For these next two, it was tough, but when it came down to it, I simply had to decide who I liked least, and John Cena is less visible than my #1 choice. I saw John Cena guest star in the TV series Psych. It was not good. He is a wrestler. But for some reason, somebody thought to give him a whole movie, The Marine (John Bonito, 2006). I don't know if I'd wish the Marine on my worst enemy. If you take everything you don't like about Arnold Schwarzenegger's performances, and multiply them, you'll get a John Cena performance. John Cena's only redeeming factor is he is very muscular, so I hope he doesn't read this...
#1: Dwayne Johnson
Anyone who calls themselves "The Rock" shouldn't be taken seriously, especially when they have a film where they play the tooth fairy. Everytime I turn around I see this guy in another film. Is anyone seeing a trend? Two wrestlers making my 3 Worst Actors list? Anyway, Dwayne Johnson starred in Doom (Andrzej Bartkowiak, 2005), which was much better as a video game. Dwayne Johnson probably doesn't know anything about acting. The best acting I've seen him do is as a CGI Scorpion King in The Mummy Returns (Stephen Sommers, 2001), which by no means was a good movie. Dwayne Johnson's only redeeming factor is his role in Get Smart (Peter Segal, 2008) where the director knew how best to utilize him.
James Franco - Think Flyboys (Tony Bill, 2006)
Jennifer Garner - Think anything she's ever been in, most atrocious though Elektra (Rob Bowman, 2005)
Shia LaBeouf - I'm even having doubts about Harrison Ford after Indianna Jones & The Kingdom of The Crystal Skulls (Steven Spielberg, 2008). And don't forget Eagle Eye (D.J. Caruso, 2008).
Adam Brody- Actually anyone involved with The O.C. I did not see In The Land of Women (Jon Kasden, 2007) mainly because the trailers with Brody looked terrible. Well, that and whatever Meg Ryan did to her face.