Bad Teacher star Cameron Diaz is no stranger to bad behavior. The actress has either instigated or been the victim of plenty of despicable actions over her two decades in show business. Here's a look back at some of her many "bad" onscreen moments.
It takes Bad Teacher about a half-hour to figure out what kind of a comedy it wants to be and the wait is excruciating at times.
Admit it -- except for all the scenes where Cameron Diaz is screaming and running around in circles, the commercials for Knight and Day make it look like a fun movie. And, except for those scenes, it is. The story has some logic holes, and the romance feels a little forced, but the action is pretty spectacular (if largely comedic), the supporting cast is fun, and Tom Cruise plays a goofy, likable character the likes of which we haven't seen since A Few Good Men. As long as you don't mind Cameron Diaz, and don't let a little couch-jumping affect your enjoyment of the Cruise, it's a fluffy, lightweight romance with a body count.
There are certain movies that we can tell are going to be bad just by watching the trailers, but sometimes circumstances (an insistent date, limited options, writing a review, etc.) dictate that we go see these movies anyway. When that happens, things can go one of two ways: either the movie is pleasantly surprising, or it is worse than you could have ever possibly imagined. The Box is unfortunately the latter.