LONDON (Reuters) - British film critics have poured scorn on US actress Anne Hathaway for her northern English accent in the movie One Day, calling it variously another Hollywood stinker and all over the shop. Hathway said she had worked with a dialect coach to get the voice of Yorkshire lass Emma right in the film based on David Nicholls popular novel. The preparation did not pay off in many viewers eyes, however, as critics queued up to pounce on her pronunciation of a notoriously tricky accent. The Oscar-nominated actresss every line is masked by one of the most honking rubbish Yorkshire accents youve ever heard, wrote Robbie Collin in the Telegraph newspaper. Jan Moir of the Daily Mail questioned Hathaways suitability for the role in One Day, arguing that she is far too glamorous to pull it off.