1 Space Jam (1996)
Lazy and spiritless, this cynical merchandising exercise strips Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck of their anarchic energy and peddles Michael Jordan (right) for canonization.
2 The Other Side of the Mountain (1975)
Insufferably fulsome, true-life tale of Olympic skiing hopeful Jill Kinmont, who is paralyzed by a fall and tortured by Olivia Newton-John's cloying title song.
3 Rocky IV (1985)
In a performance unmarred by subtlety of any kind Sylvester Stallone's aggressive bodybuilder is so self-inflated he could be a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
4 The Program (1993)
Long bomb of a film about a college football team in which a moronic quarterback lies faceup on a highway like a human speed bump. Moronic moviegoers aped him.
5 Days of Thunder (1990)
NASCAR blockbuster that's all Formula One clich�. Deafening soundtrack obscures lack of plot, suspense or chemistry between hotshot Tom Cruise and brain surgeon ( Nicole Kidman), who massages his ego.
6 The Replacements (2000)
Antiunion greed-and-gridiron screed about mewling NFL players and their sad-sack fill-ins that's about as watchable as replacement-player football.
7 Players (1979)
Pulpy, soapy, helplessly camp romance between Wimbledon finalist Dean Paul Martin and rich bitch Ali MacGraw, who expresses emotion by contorting her nostrils.
8 Caddyshack II (1988)
Even fans of the original's dumb monkey-house humor will find this punishingly unfunny. The embarrassing Dan Aykroyd signals to the audience that he's smarter than the movie. But he's in it; he's not.
9 The Kid from Left Field (1979)
The set-up to the one-joke plot: rosin-bag-sized Gary Coleman manages the San Diego Padres. We're still waiting for the punch line.
10 The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)
Awesomely unsuccessful parable about selfhood (or something) in which a shuffling black golf whisperer ( Will Smith) rejuvenates the game of a white hacker ( Matt Damon) at a racially tolerant (huh?) Savannah country club circa 1931.