The best jokes of the last few Golden Globes have come at George Clooney's expense, including last night's 72nd annual boozy Oscar warm-up. The jabs were especially expected this year, as Clooney received the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award. Established by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 1952, the accolade recognizes "outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment."
Between Clooney and DeMille, the award's namesake and first recipient, have come honorees such as Walt Disney, Frank Sinatra, and Judy Garland. Despite the legendary status of these entertainers, no one gets to the Golden Globes stage without making a terrible movie they'll regret forever (well, no one except Quvenzhané Wallis). To prove it, and to make us all feel better, here are the worst films made by Cecil B. DeMille award winners from the last 10 years.