10. Heroes (1977)

What “Heroes” may lack in brains and sophistication, it certainly makes up for in heart. Nonetheless, the plot is a bit strange, despite being sentimental and all. This was a bit before Ford’s star would explode. 

9. Six Days Seven Nights (1998)

Harrison Ford and Anne Heche actually don’t make a horrible duo, but the movie is just a retread of other rom-com adventures that came before. Nonetheless, “Six Days Seven Nights” is a pretty fun watch. 

8. Random Hearts (1999)

The plot of “Random Hearts” is a bit out there, and the biggest problem is, the parts don’t really come together at the end. Ford is okay, but the role really doesn’t stretch him too much. A decent movie, but not even close to his best. 

7. Hanover Street (1979)

This story has been told dozens of times in books and in film. This try at it was ok, but definitely nothing special. The atmosphere is good, but there’s just not quite enough substance in this one. 

6. Paranoia (2013)

A movie with a lot of promise and a ridiculously good cast really fell flat. The story is ok, but very predictable. Ford is decent in a fairly small part for someone of his gravitas. At the end of the day, it’s sad to think what could have been. 

5. Cowboys & Aliens (2011)

Honestly, this is one of the worst premises in the history of film, and also a pretty terrible title. The movie itself is actually watchable to a certain point. Ford and Daniel Craig are solid enough, but it’s still awfully goofy. 

4. More American Graffiti (1979)

The magic of the excellent original film was effectively sucked out of this awful remake. Many of the characters were still around, but they were seemingly much older and more bitter than before. This was a rough watch. 

3. Hollywood Homicide (2003)

I’m not sure what the motivation behind making this movie was, nor am I complete sure as to why Ford would take a role in this debacle. Whatever the case, “Hollywood Homicide” is an absolute mess. It’s not funny, it’s not compelling…it’s a disaster. 

2. Firewall (2004)

“Firewall” is truly dreadful in nearly every way. Sure, it’s topical and played on identity theft, which was a major deal in the early 2000’s. The story and writing though, were just so ham-fisted, it was hard to enjoy this one at all. 

  1. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

I’m gonna make this brief. If you love Indiana Jones…DO NOT…I repeat…DO NOT…EVER watch this piece of garbage. 

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