'The Million Dollar Hotel' (2000)
It's a rare day when one finds him or herself in agreement with Mel Gibson. But Mel's assessment of this Wim Wenders tale —based on a concept by Bono — as "boring as a dog's ass" is rather astute. That the soundtrack was the first and only moment of "genius" the film's star mentioned in a later retraction about that statement is also right on; executive produced by Bono, the moody U2 contributions and three versions of Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love" are the only reason to not mute the film. If the movie was meant as a way to right the wrong that was yet another bad movie/great soundtrack entry on which Wenders and Bono collaborated — in the form of 1991's Until the End of the World — it may be time they try again.