'Liz & Dick' review: One of the worst movies I've ever seen, TV or otherwise

'Liz & Dick' review: One of the worst movies I've ever seen, TV or otherwise

If this is Lindsay Lohan's comeback, she's in even more trouble than ever.

I should've known better than to have anything but dreadful expectations before watching the new Lifetime movie Liz & Dick. What on earth made me think for one nano second that Lindsay Lohan could possibly pull off playing Elizabeth Taylor? Maybe I was just in some bizarre post-Thanksgiving turkey coma when I changed the channel.

For those of you who viewed this monstrosity, which aired tonight (Sunday), you know this already, but for those who haven't yet seen it, let us give you a clue: It sucks. I mean it really, really sucks. I'd love to say one good thing, I really would, but I can't.

I guess if I sat here and wrote out all of the things that I think are wrong with Liz & Dick, I'd be here all night. Let's hit the high points, shall we? First, Lindsay Lohan: The troubled actress had absolutely no business playing one of the greatest and certainly most beautiful film actresses in history. None.

I could start a (long) list, but let's just say the acting was atrocious and without feeling, and her voice - ugh! Liz Taylor had a beautifully distinct, lilting voice that was mesmerizing on screen and off. With Lindsay all I heard was, well, Lindsay. Her voice was the regular Lindsay I've-smoked-too-many-cigarettes-while-partying-too-late voice. In other words: Awful.

Liz Taylor and Richard Burton had a romance tale for the ages. Their story should be fascinating to anyone who isn't already familiar with it. If someone who had no clue about Taylor and Burton watched Liz & Dick, they'd wonder what the fuss was all about.

If you don't want to just take my word for it, here's a lovely little synopsis of some major critics' reviews of Liz & Dick, and they are far more scathing than mine. Did anyone else tune in to watch Liz & Dick, and if so, did you love it or hate it?