37. 'The Big Hit'
This was actually one of the actor's early hits, that helped cement his status as a star – which doesn't stop this thing from being atrocious and offensive. Wahlberg is the polite, unassuming head of a group of hired killers who decide to take on a kidnapping job, only for it to go horrendously wrong. This is a movie that starts with our hero politely disposing of the body of a dead gangster in his mistress's house, and then shifts to him trying to keep his fiancé's (extremely) Jewish parents from discovering that he has a schoolgirl tied up in the garage. If the action were interesting, or the humor funny, it might have worked. And Wahlberg's attempts to portray a naïve hit man with a heart of gold come off as totally insincere – and not in an intentional, meta way, either.