Movie: Garfield (2004)

Since 1978, cartoonist Jim Davis' popular strip Garfield has delighted newspaper readers with its tales of a fat, wisecracking cat underachieving in every way possible. But since 2004, the live-action movie adaptation has been a running joke in Hollywood; hell, even voice actor Bill Murray disses it whenever given the chance.

Why? Because the CGI-rendered feline looks faker than a dog's squeaky toy. Just look at the differences between Garfield and the real-life dog in the above picture. Aside from being ridiculously big for a cat (in that pose, Garfield resembles Godzilla), the film's chubby orange pussy (sorry) is way too digitized.