Ranchbone in Tapeheads (1988)
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
This pre-fab boy band is so clueless, they have no idea what their song "Backdoor Lover" is really about.
Current Score:
16
Total Votes:
54
2
Justine Bateman and Julia Roberts strive for greatness, but are derailed by poor playing and cliched lyrics.
Current Score:
8
Total Votes:
38
3
Support from members of the real grunge community can't make Matt Dillon's wannabe band any less lame.
Current Score:
7
Total Votes:
45
4
Hugh Grant offends ears aplenty as the less talented half of a Wham-like pop band forced to hire Drew Barrymore to get him back on track.
Current Score:
6
Total Votes:
52
5
Saving the universe with music doesn't require actual talent, as Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) learn.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
63
6
Ethan Hawke's somewhat appealing vocals aren't enough to save his fake-hipster band in this slacker hit.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
43
7
Not even punk legend John Doe can salvage anything remotely listenable from Jennifer Jason Leigh's tortured wails.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
27
8
Young Diane Lane is the band's singing cutie, but that none of its members can actually play trumps her charm.
Current Score:
0
Total Votes:
30
9
Popular ska band Fishbone is reconfigured as a minor country-western act in this cult classic from Monkee Michael Nesmith.
Current Score:
0
Total Votes:
30
10
Cute prep Michael J. Fox is way out of his depth as a gritty would-be rocker, as is his bandmate Joan Jett.
Current Score:
-2
Total Votes:
34
11
Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, and Christopher Guest take things to eleven as the titular, laughably horrible heavy-metal band.
Current Score:
-8
Total Votes:
70