James Franco has been in a few stinkers through the years -- but there's one movie even he admits is pure trash.
So, which movie does the star of such poorly-rated flicks as "Tristan & Isolde," "Annapolis," "Flyboys" and "Eat Pray Love" cite as a career low point?
The answer: "Your Highness."
The medieval comedy, which costarred Natalie Portman, Danny McBride and Zooey Deschanel, was released in 2011 and currently has a horrible 26% on Rotten Tomatoes.
“Your Highness? That movie sucks. You can’t get around that," Franco says in the June issue of GQ.
This isn't the first time that Franco has publicly criticized one of his own films.
While promoting "Spring Breakers," James told Badass Digest that "Annapolis" was "a really bad movie" -- adding that "it didn't turn out very well" and he "ended up not liking the experience and not liking the movie."
Ouch, biting the hand that feeds much?
After trashing the movie, "Annapolis" director Justin Lin spoke out, telling Huffington Post "We were all very young and we were all doing the best we can ... and for someone to kind of lay judgement, you know, it is hurtful. And I think it's very disrespectful."
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