The Best And Worst Movie Hairdos

The Worst

Brad Pitt in Johnny Suede


Chris Tucker in The Fifth Element


Daryl Hannah in Blade Runner


David Bowie in Labyrinth


Emma Stone in The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past


Kathy Najimy, Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker in Hocus Pocus


Jim Carrey in Dumb and Dumber


Jodie Foster in The Accused


John Travolta in Battlefield Earth


Kristen Stewart in Eclipse


Samuel L. Jackson in Jumper


Taylor Lautner in Twilight


Uma Thurman in Batman and Robin


Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable


Will Ferrell in Zoolander

Zoolander / Zoolander

  • Ace

    I have to disagree with a lot of your worst list. The hair was definitely a plus in terms of characterization for some of these. I’ll agree on Daryl Hannah, Jodie Foster, and Taylor Lautner though. Those are pretty much uselessly terrible.

    Also, isn’t the girl Kristen Stewart plays in the Twilight movies supposed to be plain anyway? I don’t get the issue there.

    • The Kristen Stewart thing was actually pretty bad. She had been in The Runaways and cut off all her hair, so she was wearing a horrible wig for Eclipse. It was actually a big deal.

  • zligo

    Brigitte Bardot, please.

  • Ponark

    Taylor Lautner’s head doesn’t seem connected to his body.

  • I respectfully disagree with your assessment of Jareth’s hair. Everything about Jareth is the best.

  • rob

    Ponark is right, Lautner’s head is impossibly far from his chest. His neck would have to be even more freakishly long than the kid who played Lionel on United States of Tara

  • Fred

    Mary from “everybody loves Mary”

  • CJ

    Samuel L looks like Maurice Moss from IT Crowd!

  • Ace

    @Laura Frances, oh snap! Is it bad that I couldn’t even tell?

  • MoeMoe

    Is it weird that my biggest beef with Batman & Robin is Poison Ivy’s atrocious hair?

  • Samantha Jean

    I am in wholehearted agreement with Sara. There is not, nor has there ever been, anything wrong with the Goblin King.