Maybe Georgia Rule wasn't the best career choice for Lohan. The film is often called "Lohan's Gigli" and "a sitcom about sexual abuse," which, well, sounds horrible. But Lohan's character Rachel, who has sex with the Mormon boys and swears at her entire family throughout the film, isn't the only unlikeable part of the whole production. There seemed to be more than enough discomfort on screen between Lohan and the movie's other stars (Felicity Huffman, Jane Fonda), and we don't think it can all be attributed to brilliant acting. On top of that, Lohan, just shy of being 21 years old, was well known for her own party girl attitude and the infamous letter from the CEO of Morgan Creek Productions about her allegedly unprofessional behavior while filming. —TA