We all know Jennifer Aniston from her infamous role as Rachel Green in the most popular sitcom, Friends. We all loved her dresses, her acting, and her trendsetting hairstyles in that TV show. She surely kept her fame afterward by starring in some of the best movies of all time, including We are the Millers, He is not that into you, Just go with it, and many more. Anyone can put down a list of her blockbuster movies that are binge-worthy. Here we present some of the most hated movies by the fans, that made Aniston rethink her career choices.
1. Along Came Polly
Released in 2004, Along Came Polly met some harsh reviews. Fans were disappointed by the mismatched chemistry between Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston. The film got pretty negative reviews with only a 27% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. You can watch it once but you will not recommend it to others.
Reuben (Ben Stiller) is a guy who likes to play it safe, whereas Polly (Aniston) is an excited soul who likes to live in the moment. When these two comically different personalities meet, Reuben experiences things he never expected he would.
The movie was released in 2006 and earned $13.4M at the box office. The film faced some really bad reviews. Many critics described it as a movie that lacks any action, a plot out of place, and no real warmth of any of Jennifer Aniston’s other movies. It is just a waste of time as viewers are left behind with rather an unfinished ending.
Olivia (Jennifer Aniston) resigned from her job as a school teacher. She struggles to find a new decent job. Working as a maid made her feel less privileged in front of rich friends.
There is a reason no one has ever heard of Jennifer’s The Yellow Birds. This war drama was criticized to be ordinary, dull, and boring. This slow-paced movie was liked by only a few. The majority of the viewers regarded it as another war trauma with no actual tension. The movie lacked the elements of a good thrill and suspense.
It is a story of two young soldiers, Bartle and Murphy who served their time in the Gulf War. The movie revolves around the traumatic flashbacks that Bartle has now and then. These flashbacks remind him of the torturous days in the war. He has to keep a promise to his best friend Murphy’s mother (Aniston).
If you are looking for a light-hearted movie, the one that you watch and forget, Wanderlust would be a great choice. A weird combination of Rachel Green and Mike Hennigan makes Friends’ fans feel eerie. There seems to be no cohesion in the story and no pull towards the characters.
A Manhattan couple, George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) are tired of their monotonous lives. After George loses his job, the couple decides to move to a counterculture society to take a fresh start. Little do they know new problems are waiting for them.