9. Angelina Jolie - Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2000)
She may have the look, down to the smouldering glare and kick-ass moves, but she certainly ain't got the voice. Everyone's favourite gun-toting and triangular-breasted video game archaeologist made the leap onto the big screen in 2001 with American Angelina Jolie taking on the role of the famous British heroine. Was Keeley Hawes busy? I genuinely really enjoyed Jolie's portrayal, but the accent whilst very decent wasn't entirely convincing. Even though Lara Croft is a well-spoken lass, Jolie slips now and again on her words, and having her on screen with British star Daniel Craig who himself is playing an American with a slightly dodgy accent is a very odd thing to behold and a bit of a mind f*ck to say the least. What's that all about? Oh, and then Arnold Rimmer is her butler, eh? Why did we never get a scene of her locking him in the freezer? Sigh. We'll next get to hear Jolie's British burr next year in Disney's dark fantasy film Maleficent, in which if the trailer is anything to go by we'll be seeing the god-awful Elle Fanning on a list like this in the near future.