Skip To Content

    Will Smith Revealed What He Thinks Is The Worst Movie Of His Career

    Will has given this a lot of thought.

    Can you rate the best and worst movies of Will Smith’s career? Because he can!

    Will Smith arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere "Focus"
    Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic / Getty Images

    The King Richard actor shared his top must-have flicks and his worst throwaway films in an interview with GQ — and I think that he’s pretty spot-on.

    Will Smith smiles at the European Premiere of "Suicide Squad"
    Anthony Harvey / Getty Images

    “For the best, I think it is a tie between the first Men in Black and The Pursuit of Happyness,” he shared. “For different reasons, those are the two almost perfect movies.”

    Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith holding weapons in a publicity portrait for the film 'Men In Black II'
    Archive Photos / Getty Images

    However, for his worst, Will said, “Wild Wild West is just a thorn in my side. To see myself with chaps…I don’t like it.”

    Will Smith as Captain James West in a scene from the film 'Wild Wild West'
    Murray Close / Getty Images

    He starred alongside Salma Hayek and Kevin Kline in the 1999 film, which received negative reviews from critics.

    Barry Sonnenfeld(L), Will Smith, Salma Hayek, and Kevin Kline arrive at the premiere of the film "Wild Wild West"
    Lucy Nicholson / AFP via Getty Images

    Time magazine named it one of the “biggest flops in box office history,” and Rotten Tomatoes gave it an average score of 2.6, which is pretty bad.

    Will Smith performs the song "Wild Wild West" on the 1999 MTV Movie Awards
    Frank Micelotta Archive / Getty Images

    But after Wild Wild West, Will went on to do some amazing films, like Hancock, I Am Legend, and Suicide Squad.

    Margot Robbie, Karen Fukuhara, Will Smith, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, and Jai Courtney from "Suicide Squad" raising their middle fingers at an event for Suicide Squad
    David M. Benett / Getty Images

    Now he’s filming his upcoming movie Emancipation, which might be released sometime next year.

    Will Smith arrives at the Los Angeles World Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures "Focus"
    Gregg Deguire / WireImage / Getty Images