Robin Thicke Refuses to Be Anything But Embarrassing

7/24/2014 8:45 AM PDT, by

Warning: The tail-end of this video features the f-word. Just so you know.  

Just when you thought Robin Thicke couldn't get any creepier ... oh, guys, just kidding, we all knew that he could get creepier. He has an infinite supply of creep deep down inside -- he possesses levels of creep that this world has never even seen. We sincerely just cannot imagine how creepy Robin Thicke can get, but this right here, this is a special kind of creepy, and it's because the creepiness comes through even when he's acting in his very first movie, "Making The Rules." Impressive, right?

"But wait," you might be thinking, "He's not extraordinarily weird in this trailer!" And you're right, he's not. You can see some of that terrible acting, sure, but that special Thicke anti-charm isn't really there. And that's why you have to see this extra special compilation of some of Robin's "best" scenes:

It's OK if you can't think of words to say, or if you can't stop laughing hysterically, or if you feel kind of sick or faint. It's OK if you never feel comfortable watching any movie again for as long as you live. Those are all completely natural reactions to watching such a mess. Maybe just lie down for a bit, it'll pass. I mean, the extreme feelings will pass, but the memory never will. Robin Thicke's gross make out face will haunt you for the rest of your days.
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678 days ago

Wow does this ever look horrible. Congrats to whomever it is who managed to hornswoggle a group of investors into funding the thing (I assume it's been made and this isn't just a test trailer of some sort). That had to be one A-1, shysterrific con-job.

Staggo Lee
678 days ago

Have you ever had the experience of seeing someone on TV who is so embarrassing, you have to run away from your great big flat screen screaming? Or how about Aunt Milly's apple pie that is so god-awful you can't but hurl gallons of pea soup? Yep--something like that.

677 days ago

I never heard the f-word at the end...and I don't think his acting was all that bad. I won't go see this in the theater but maybe I'll get it from Redbox.