The Kid (Leonardo DiCaprio), The Quick And The Dead
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1

Being miscast is nothing new for this talented actor, but in Sam Raimi's post-modern story, he stands out, even alongside Sharon Stone. 

Current Score:
86
Total Votes:
216
2

This misguided flop has much bigger than the usually charismatic Smith's performance, but his miscast incongruity plays a big part.

Current Score:
81
Total Votes:
235
3

It's not hard to laugh watching Barrymore roast rabbit on a campfire and say things like, "I don't let my friends get hung."

Current Score:
58
Total Votes:
152
4

Writer-director Peebles affects a grizzled anti-hero in the Eastwoodian vein -- and he's got the stare, but there's nothing behind it.

Current Score:
38
Total Votes:
140
5
Part of this movie's oddball charm is that Brando is woefully miscast and throughout the movie he demonstrates exactly why.
Current Score:
14
Total Votes:
126
6

Though he was an accomplished horse rider and Western enthusiast, Cagney's silly ten-gallon hat did the actor no favors.

Current Score:
3
Total Votes:
115
7

French anti-hero Delon has no business donning spurs, but the movie does poke fun at the casting by giving him funny character tics.

Current Score:
-2
Total Votes:
94
8

Walken can pull out just about anything -- except Westerns, as his weird, unbelievable performance in this flop makes clear.

Current Score:
-5
Total Votes:
115
9

The actor's unconvincing accent is one of the least authentic parts of his tale, and he doesn't look like he's last a minute on the frontier.

Current Score:
-8
Total Votes:
182
10

Rickman is wonderfully hapless in the role of a sadistic Australian rancher who enlists an American (Tom Selleck) to teach him about the West.

Current Score:
-15
Total Votes:
137