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The 10 Worst Movie Couples Who Have No Chemistry At All

09 May 2013 | Features, Other Lists | by David Zou

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Unlike real couples, screen couples sometimes don’t work because they are brought together by casting directors instead of true love.  All the chemistry have to be faked, it’s either there or not there.

Here are 10 worst examples of movie couples who can’t connect with each other in every scene they appear together. In these cases, love does hurt.


10. Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck – Gigli

Like rubber pants, Lopez is brazen but sexy, while Affleck is out-acted by his own hair. The scenes of lovemaking featuring various animal noises are thrillingly humiliating. (Is this how they, like, did it in real life?). Celebrity Glamour Fail.


9. Ben Affleck & Kate Beckinsale – Pearl Harbor


The foamy, soap-opera melodramatics of Ben and Kate’s piffling romance (him all indignant wobbling chin, her all downcast eyes and sullen mourning) are cast into shadow by the film’s real love story – the one Affleck and fellow pilot Josh Hartnett. “Daaannnyyy!”

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  • Mark Harding

    Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski in Crocodile Dundee. Hogan was fine and very colorful, but Kozlowski, hot looks notwithstanding, was a big zero. She displayed a personality that was about as interesting as a bag of fertilizer.

  • Mike

    Youre way off on Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Kate Blanchett and and Brad Pitt. Or, maybe I just like Brad Pitt a little too much.

  • Steven Flores

    I disagree w/ the Brangelina, Pitt/Blanchett, & Connelly/Leto choices because they do have chemistry in those films.

  • matheus

    I love Brad Pitt and Angelina in Mr & Mrs Smith