Working through the year-end best/worst movie lists can be a feat of Olympic proportions, but there's one list which is so damn cool you'll definitely want to give it a whirl. NASA has compiled a list of the "least plausible science fiction movies ever made," and they ranked the disastrous (in more ways than one) '2012' as the most "absurd" sci-fi flick of all time.

You don't have to be a science nerd to see why Roland Emmerich's end of the world-meets Mayan calendar-meets everything explodes movie is worthy of inclusion, but Donald Yeomans -- head of NASA's Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous mission -- explains: "The film makers took advantage of public worries about the so-called end of the world as apparently predicted by the Mayans of Central America, whose calendar ends on December 21, 2012." Yeomans continued, explaining that the paranoia surrounding the movie's concept has overwhelmed his organization. "The agency is getting so many questions from people terrified that the world is going to end in 2012 that we have had to put up a special website to challenge the myths. We have never had to do this before," he said.