Worst Performances: Wall Street (1987), Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992), Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993)

Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to resurrect a forgotten career and coax an all-time best performance out of the performer. That's exactly what he did with Daryl Hannah in both installments of his Kill Bill saga, giving the once-prominent actress the ruthless, flashy role of Elle Driver, which Hannah, pun intended, killed.

Her work as the eye-patch-wearing assassin was leaps and bounds better than anything Hannah had done prior, which, when encapsulated, equals a string of hollow turns in stacked ensemble pieces (Wall Street, Steel Magnolias) and schlocky genre fare (Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman).