Larry is on the hunt to solve a rash of food poisonings at fancy restaurants. We're on the hunt for anyone who finds him remotely funny. Still looking.
29. 'White Chicks' (2004)
Shawn and Marlon Wayans go undercover as twin heiresses to foil a kidnapping plot, but looked to us more like horribly mutated drag queens. The Olsen twins should sue.
28. 'The Hottie and the Nottie' (2008)
Paris Hilton ... acts. And she doesn't even get killed at the end. Do we really need to say more?
27. 'Rollerball' (2002)
The 1975 original had strong political themes. This tepid remake has Rebecca Romijn with her top off. And we still like the original better.
26. 'The Master of Disguise' (2002)
Dana Carvey has the amazing ability to impersonate anyone. Except, apparently, someone funny.
25. 'Babylon A.D.' (2008)
Vin Diesel is a mercenary who must transfer a young woman with amazing powers to New York City. Or at least, that's what we're guessing, given how hopelessly garbled this sci-fi clunker is.
24. 'Norbit' (2007)
Eddie Murphy plays his own vengeful, morbidly obese wife. While this may be great fodder for his therapist, it was unfunny torture for the rest of us.
23. 'Epic Movie' (2007)
We're not saying there's not plenty to satirize in 'X-Men', the 'Harry Potter' series or 'The DaVinci Code.' We're just saying that "satirize" might be too big of a word for the makers of this movie to grasp.
22. 'Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever' (2002)
Antonio Banderas, Lucy Liu, violent gunfights -- it's the stuff box office dreams are made of. Unless the rest of the movie is so painfully dumb the screenwriter thinks the FBI operates out of Canada.
21. 'Corky Romano' (2001)
Chris Kattan had his moments on 'SNL'. But he was all out of funny by the time he played a veterinarian who must infiltrate the FBI for his Mob boss dad.