2. Quentin Tarantino
Hollywood and audiences fell in love with Quentin Tarantino's unique voice when he first blasted onto the movie scene in the early 90s with the one-two punch of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. So it comes as no surprise that Hollywood called upon Tarantino to spice up a few screenplays with his pop culture-inflected dialogue. Notably, Tarantino contributed additional dialogue to Crimson Tide and The Rock. Understandably, one of Tarantino's uncredited script punch-ups usually goes unmentioned when discussing the two-time Oscar winner's work: the notorious 1994 bomb It's Pat, which received an embarrassing 0% on the aggregate movie review website Rottentomatoes.com. It seems even the legendary Tarantino alchemy can fail transform some material into gold.