5. Jonah Hex
Jonah Hex scored a whopping 12% on Rotten Tomatoes. Even for fans of the comic book character (myself included), the movie was a bit of a mixed bag. Over time, I've come to accept it as one of those movies that's so terribly it's strangely enjoyable. One of the only watchable things about the barely over an hour film is Josh Brolin's performance as Jonah Hex. Despite castrating the character by trying to build a mainstream franchise and scoring a pg-13 rating, Jonah Hex got one thing right and that is the titular hero. Jonah Hex was plagued by reshoots and Jimmy Hayward even reportedly needed help to be brought in, in the form of Francis Lawrence. Not to mention the fact that the original script was overhauled once Brolin signed on so the movie could focus more on supernatural phenomena and attempt to become a mainstream hit for Warner Brothers. Still, the character of Hex remained in tact. From Brolin's gruff voice to the rope over the mouth to the lingering hatred for authority and people in general, director Hayward and company created a wholly watchable western hero in a wholly unwatchable western.