'Friends With Benefits' Mocks Romantic Comedies: What's the Worst Romantic Comedy Ever Made?

Generation Y sure is depressing sometimes.

We know that romantic comedies are often unbearably corny ("You complete me," anyone?). But are ANTI-romantic comedies much better?

A new crop of anti-romantic comedies are prizing no-strings-attached hook-ups over actual relationships.

SODAHEAD SLIDESHOW: See the worst romantic comedies ever made. 

Sure, it's all fun and games while it lasts, but these people are going to want to grow up, get married, and have kids eventually, aren't they?

Fresh on the heels of "No Strings Attached" (they swear it's not the same movie), Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis hit theaters this weekend with "Friends With Benefits."

And while The Associated Press calls the flick "easily superior to its forerunner," mocking "the more modern, saccharine conventions," it "nevertheless disappoints by eventually falling prey to the very clichés it strives to upend."

Bet you saw that happy ending coming a mile away, didn't you?

From "Friends With Benefits" and "The Sweetest Thing" to "Failure to Launch," let us know: What's the worst romantic comedy ever made? (Hint: The worst ones usually involve Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson, and/or Ashton Kutcher.)