Just because you're a great actor it doesn't mean you can't make a bad movie. Now and again, it's going to happen, but "great" actors are usually defined by their vast and brilliant filmographies - a few duds, sure, but we can let them off. What you don't tend to do, however, is associate a "great" actor with having more than, say, 30 "Rotten" movies on critical aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. And yet, some of the best and most accomplished actors of their generations have somehow done exactly that: they've racked up more than 30 movies across the span of their careers that the critics have deemed to be "totally not worth your time." You might expect that from Adam Sandler or Rob Schneider or Ashton Kutcher, even - but from Hollywood's elite? Who'd have thought it was even possible?