I once interviewed Sylvester Stallone who, looking back on his hit-and-miss career, remarked, "'Cobra' - what was I thinking?" This was more than a decade after he'd released that particular turkey, but still, better late than never.

It's rare for stars to admit in public that they've made terrible movies. Recently, however, we've seen a rash of such admissions. Colin Farrell recently dissed 'Miami Vice,' saying, "I didn't like it so much." (As with Stallone, the apology came many years late, but still, there it is.)

Matthew Goode, at least, had the decency to apologize for 'Leap Year'
while the film is still skulking around theaters, thus performing a consumer service to anyone who might still make the mistake of going to see it at the multiplex. "I just know that there are a lot of people who will say it is the worst film of 2010... Was it a bad job? Yes, it was. But, you know, I had a nice time and I got paid," he said.
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