If you grew up in the '90s and you're male, chances are you had a massive crush on Rachael Leigh Cook at one time or another. The actress became a staple in the decade of teen movies with memorable appearances in The Baby-Sitters Club, All I Wanna Do and She's All That, though her career took a turn for the worse as the new millennium dawned…and she accepted a role opposite Ashton Kutcher.
In 2001, Cook appeared as Caroline Dukes in Texas Rangers, an extremely loose adaptation of George Durham's book Taming the Nueces Strip. Historical inaccuracies weren't the only thing that plagued this Kutcher film, which only managed a staggering 2 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and made just $623,000 from a budget of $38 million. It marked the beginning of the end for Cook as a potential A-lister, and by the mid-point of the decade she was specializing in straight-to-DVD flicks.