9 Of The Worst Romantic Comedies To Watch With A Date
Watching a romantic comedy with a date is sometimes a good idea, as you won't have to talk to each other. You can just snuggle up together with a movie, laugh together, feel a little romance and see where things go. Unless, of course, the movie is unspeakably awful to watch. Check out the list of the worst romantic comedies to avoid at all cost when you are trying to pick something out to watch with a date.
"Rumor Has It."
Jennifer Aniston has done some disastrous Rom-Coms, but none is worse then "Rumor Has It," which has her falling for a millionaire playboy who also bedded her mother and grandmother. Beyond the creepy plot, it's also not funny. So it fails on both the romance and comedy fronts. Other then that, it's art.
Bruce Willis is awesome in "Die Hard," but not so awesome in this weird and just plain bad romantic comedy. As you can probably guess by the title, the film is about the worst blind date ever. Really clever.
"Employee of the Month."
You know what's worse then Jessica Simpson singing? Jessica Simpson acting. She stars in "Employee of the Month," which, ironically, is what she would be striving for in real life if she wasn't so attractive.
Gene Wilder starring and writing a romantic comedy sounds a bit iffy, but setting it in a haunted house tips the scales finally. You might laugh once or twice, but your date definitely won't be interested in anything after the movie.
"Down to You."
Let's put it this way: this is worst romantic comedy starring Freddie Prinze, Jr. Yes Julia Stiles is in it. Yes it takes place in college. Why do you really want to know anything else?
"My Boss's Daughter."
Ashton Kutcher and Tara Reid aren't exactly extraordinary actors. When you toss them a terrible premise and an idiotic love story, their acting, if you want to call it that, really suffers. Avoid this one especially if you work with your date.
"Good Luck Chuck."
"All About Steve."
Sandra Bullock won a Razzie for this film, the same year she won an Academy Award for "The Blind Side." Now that's impressive range but about all the information you really need to know about this attempt at a Rom Com.
This rom-com "romance" between Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez is so epic in it's badness, it is almost as classic as an Ed Wood movie. In fact, if your date has an excellent sense of humor. it might be worth watching for a good, long laugh.