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Will Smith Has Finally Admitted Which Movie Is His Worst

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Will Smith Has Finally Admitted Which Movie Is His Worst

Will Smith is one of the kings of Hollywood. The actor has been a top player in the world of showbiz for decades and has been in all sorts of projects in that time. From his music career to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, from I, Robot, to his recent appearance as the genie in Aladdin, the actor has been in every sort of media we can imagine. And somewhere along the way, he was bound to go through a rough patch and make a bad film.

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Well according to GQ (via IGN), Will Smith has admitted which of his works is the worst and it is a surprise to no one to hear it's Wild Wild West. If you've seen Wild Wild West you'll know how much of a mess that film is. Its plot, its effects, its jokes are all weird and badly put together and I can't say that a massive mechanical spider helped the movie at all.

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When asked in an interview about his best and worst work, Smith says: "For the best, I think it's a tie between the first Men in Black and The Pursuit of Happiness. For different reasons, those are the two almost perfect movies. Worst? I don't know, Wild Wild West just is a thorn in my side... To see myself with chaps, I don't like it."


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Honestly Wild Wild West is still a fun ride today if you want a "so bad it's good" type of film night. It of course starred Will Smith as Captain James "Jim" T. West and Kevin Kline as Artemus Gordon. And we certainly can't forget the villain of the film, Dr Arliss Loveless played by the one and only Kenneth Branagh. It's a trip but if you want something funny to watch this Halloween, this might be a good pick, or at least listen to the song that accompanied the film because it low key bangs.

Featured Image Credit: Columbia Pictures / Peters Entertainment

Topics: TV and Film

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