As we established in our list of the 25 Best Movies of 2011, it was a pretty damn good year at the multiplexes.
But in what you are about to read below, well, there is no "good."
We narrowed down a bigger list of the year's most craptastic movies (we'll get you next time, "Sucker Punch," "The Dilemma" and "Beastly") to bring you the 5 very worst of the worst.
5. 'What's Your Number?'
We all thought the hilarious, effervescent Anna Faris was launching the next missile in the "Bridesmaids" duh-women-can-be-funny war with her sex-romp rom-com "What's Your Number?" How wrong we were. What could have been a lighthearted lesson in judging a girl's character before her dating history was actually a monstrosity of outdated slut-shaming. We know: Ultimately, one hot guy was fine with her apparently horrifying 19 one-time sex partners. The shock and dismay of every other character in the movie -- male and female -- got the point across. Jeers. – Brooke Tarnoff
4. 'I Am Number Four'
For the amount of hype touting this film as the next "Twilight," few movies were more disappointing. Fans of the book may have enjoyed it, but they were few and far between. The bulk of the moviegoing audience left confused and wondering what the heck was going on with the blond dude (Alex Pettyfer), the chick on the bike (Teresa Palmer) and the Mogadishu guys (the aliens called Mogadorians). At least "Glee"'s Dianna Agron looked pretty. – Breanne L. Heldman
3. 'Green Lantern'
It was a rough year for Ryan Reynolds. There was the minor comedy dud "The Change-Up," and then there was this mega superhero bomb. Some comic books translate really well to the big screen; some do not. Folks, "Green Lantern" does not. What's cool on the page makes for a cheesy, hokey, candy-colored intergalactic mess that loses any semblance of rhythm every time it alternates between Earth and Oa.
But hey, at least it's colorful. – Kevin Polowy
2. 'Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star'
We couldn't possibly do the awfulness of this porn comedy justice, so instead we'll just copy and paste from Rotten Tomatoes, where it scored an impressive 0% approval rating."This god-awful, unfunny, stinkingly putrid sketch-comic movie has exactly one snicker-worthy moment." "The worst Saturday Night Live sketch movie ever made that was never actually a Saturday Night Live sketch." "This movie is dire, soul-crushing stuff." "This may be the worst movie Pauly Shore has ever been in. Think about that."
1. 'Jack and Jill'
Adam Sandler, what happened to you? "Billy Madison" and "Happy Gilmore" were among the stupidest, funniest movies ever made. Even "Little Nicky" had its moments. But dressing up as your own twin sister, making a movie rotten with fat jokes and toilet humor ... and bringing Al Pacino down with you? The whole plot reads like a parody synopsis from the much-less-awful "Funny People." Sandler, "Jack and Jill" is beneath you. And that’s kind of saying a lot. – BT