With one Academy Award win and eight nominations, not to mention unforgettable roles in movies like The Godfather, Al Pacino definitely deserves a spot in the "greatest actors of all time" discussion. However, the living legend has fans and critics scratching their heads over his decision to appear in the Adam Sandler comedy Jack and Jill.
Starring as a bizarre version of himself, Pacino's "character" is supposed to have a romantic obsession with Jill - a screechy terror played by Adam Sandler in drag. Interestingly, Pacino makes it work - sort of. By some accounts, Pacino's oddball performance is actually the best thing in the film, which, to be fair, isn't saying much.