26. 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'
Michael Bay's fourth Transformers movie is far from the director's worst (that'd be the second Transformers movie, FYI), but come on: Mark Wahlberg as a scrappy inventor from Texas? The star was a newcomer to the series, essentially replacing the troubled Shia LaBeouf in the ordinary-guy-who-befriends-the-Autobots part. But LaBeouf's character was an anxious geek. Wahlberg, on the other hand, is a grown man, and he isn't really called on to do much; these movies were already post-human by this point. Really, he's just there to move the plot along and hold things together just long enough to get to the giant-robots-fighting-each-other part. It's not a bad performance; just a completely anonymous one.