59. 'Masked and Anonymous' (2003)
Another calamity. Bridges does what he can with the faux-poetic lines given him in this grotesque vanity-project indulgence, in which Bob Dylan plays a musician sprung from prison in a futuristic autocracy to sing a benefit concert for the poor. (No, really.) Made during the more contentious days of the George W. Bush administration, this annoying dystopic misfire was clearly meant to be as much a political allegory as a rock fantasy. Maybe that, along with Dylan's drawing power, explains the insanely star-studded cast. Bridges plays a rock journalist; at least he brings some conviction to the movie's over-the-top, on-the-nose ideas.