Amber Heard is one of the most talked about celebrities ever but unfortunately, it’s not because of her acting chops or great movies. The American actress has definitely starred in some big movies but in her career, she has starred in more duds than Nicolas Cage (but at least he is a brilliant actor until he goes crazy and makes another Deafall). In fact, we recently made a list of the best movies Heard has starred in and that was way harder to make than picking out her worst movies. So, here are the 10 worst movies Amber Heard has starred in, now you can avoid them or watch them that’s your choice. The movies in this list are ranked in descending order with 10th being the least worst film and 1st being the absolute worst.
10. The Ward (Rent on YouTube Movies)
Synopsis: Kristen wakes to find herself bruised, drugged and held against her will in a remote ward of a psychiatric hospital. Other patients, four equally troubled girls, and Kristen quickly realize things are not as they seem – and that they are not alone.
9. Syrup (Prime Video)
Synopsis: Based on the best-selling book, SYRUP is an edgy comedy that exposes the cut-throat world of advertising through the eyes of a young prodigy chasing fame, fortune, and the woman of his dreams. Fresh out of school with a degree in marketing, Scat will do anything to prove that he has what it takes to swim with the rich and wildly successful. Scat comes up with a brilliant new product that gives new meaning to the old saying “sex sells.” He is sure it will send him right to the top…if only he can convince his boss, the beautiful and mysterious “6,” that it’s an idea worth millions. Betrayed by his best friend “Sneaky Pete,” Scat stumbles through an industry riddled with deception. As he begins to realize that fame and fortune have cost him his morality, he must rediscover his true self behind the elaborate image he has created or risk losing the love of his life. In a world where the average person sees over eight hundred ads in a single day, SYRUP takes a biting look at the insidious—and often ridiculous—side of advertising. Crackling with romance and humor, this razor-sharp satire leaves you guessing and laughing until the end.
8. Machete Kills (Starz)
Synopsis: Danny Trejo returns as legendary ex-Federale Machete Cortez in this action-packed thrill ride from innovative director Robert Rodriguez. In his latest mission, Machete is recruited by the U.S. President (Carlos Estevez) to stop a crazed global terrorist (Mel Gibson) from starting a nuclear war. With a bounty on his head, Machete breaks all the rules as he faces death at every turn from a star-studded cast of deadly assassins. Featuring Michelle Rodriguez, Sofia Vergara, Amber Heard, Antonio Banderas, Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Demian Bichir.
7. The Adderall Diaries (HBO Max)
Synopsis: Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the gripping and complex story of how an author’s fascination with a high-profile murder case leads him to come to terms with his troubled past while embarking on a potentially life-changing romance in the present. James Franco plays Stephen Elliot, a once-successful novelist paralyzed by writer’s block and an escalating Adderall dependency, who becomes obsessed with a high-profile murder case as a way to escape his personal troubles. His interest leads him to meet Lana Edmond (Amber Heard), a smart, sexy reporter who gives him unique access to the case. As their relationship takes off, Stephen is suddenly thrust back into the past when his father (Ed Harris), a cruel and vindictive man, shows up to challenge the veracity of the memoir Stephen is writing. As Stephen simultaneously delves into the details of the murder case (which turns out to have some unexpected parallels to his own troubled upbringing) and reunites with his estranged father, he is forced to separate truth from lies and fact from fiction—ultimately leading him to finally reconcile his past and confront his future.
6. Never Back Down (Starz)
Synopsis: Jake (Sean Faris) is the new kid in school. When a beautiful girl (Amber Heard) befriends him, Jake thinks he’s set. But instead, her fight-club boyfriend, Ryan (Cam Gigandet), smacks Jake a bloody, black-eyed welcome. Humiliated, Jake then turns to a mixed martial arts (MMA) master (Djimon Hounsou), who teaches him how to fight…and how to walk away. But it becomes obvious that a brutal re-match is inevitable if Jake wants to stop Ryan and his bullying, once and for all.
5. 3 Days to Kill (Paramount+ & Showtime)
Synopsis: An international spy (Kevin Costner) is determined to give up his high stakes life to finally build a closer relationship with his estranged wife and daughter, whom he’s kept at arm’s length to keep out of danger. But first, he must complete one last mission even if it means juggling the two toughest assignments yet.
4. The Informers (Prime Video)
Synopsis: In his bestselling novels (American Psycho, Less Than Zero), author BRET EASTON ELLIS established himself as a modern chronicler of decadence, and a writer who reveals the dark shadows behind lives of wealth and glamour. Academy Award® winners BILLY BOB THORTON (Best Adapted Screenplay, Sling Blade, 1997) and KIM BASINGER (Best Actress in a Supporting Role, L.A. Confidential, 1998), Academy Award® nominees WINONA RYDER (Best Actress in a Leading Role, Little Women, 1995) and MICKEY ROURKE (Best Actor in a Leading Role, The Wrestler, 2009) star in an interweaving tale, which unfolds in Los Angeles in the decadent 80’s: a city ruled by addictions of every type – from sex, to drugs, to power – where youth is wasted, where love is fleeting, where every night is a headlong rush to the next orgy of sensation. Sooner or later, the party has to end …and the hangover is bound to be a killer.
3. London Fields (Rent on Prime Video)
Synopsis: The London Fields movie is a noir crime thriller based on Martin Amis’ novel by the same title. It’s a murder mystery, but the murder hasn’t happened… yet. Nicola Six, played by Amber Heard, is a clairvoyant femme fatale who has a vision of impending murder—her murder, to be exact. She knows that death will come for her on her birthday, and she knows it will come at the hands of one of her lovers… but which one? Will it be the sleazy criminal, Keith Talent (Jim Sturgess), the bored millionaire, Guy Clinch (Theo James), or the dying writer, Samson Young (Billy Bob Thornton)? As Sam observes, Nicola knows how to get to the end of men, and the audience is invited to be a fly on the wall as she works her way masterfully toward her own demise. Sam, desperately trying to churn out one more novel before his own death, sees Nicola as a cure for his writer’s block, the perfect heroine for his last book. Voyeuristically, he begins to immerse himself in her life—following, studying, and spying on her, and weaves a tale around Nicola — or Nicola as he imagines her to be, while waiting for her to be murdered. In London Fields director Mathew Cullen invites the audience to a party to end all parties — an elaborate spectacle of death, violence, and sex centered around the beautiful and mysterious Nicola Six.
2. The Stepfather (Netflix)
Synopsis: When Michael Harding (Penn Badgley, TV’s “Gossip Girl”) returns home from military school, he finds his mom is madly in love with her charming live-in boyfriend David (Dylan Walsh, TV’s “Nip/Tuck”). At first, David appears to be the ultimate nice guy and an ideal future husband and stepfather. But when Michael and his girlfriend (Amber Heard, Zombieland) start delving into David’s past, they begin to discover a dark and dangerous side to Michael’s new “daddy” in this riveting, chilling thriller.
1. Paranoia (Prime Video & Hulu)
Synopsis: An entry-level employee at a powerful corporation finds himself occupying a corner office, but at a dangerous price: he must spy on his boss’s old mentor to secure for him a multi-billion dollar advantage.