a thread about bad acting

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  1. shane88

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    you could just watch eps I, II or III of star wars

    or showgirls

    or get @A-Bone to chime in



    let the vids begin,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
     
  2. marl

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    Berkley set the world's record for indignant heel-spin storm-offs in that one.
     
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    High five, Goose!

    Way to forcefully strike that round sphere (and my other buttocks cheek) :D:D


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    Anything with ben affleck in it.
     
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    Ben was pretty good in The Town

    Nicolas Cage (excluding RA)
    Bill Pullman (excluding nothing)
    Bill Paxton (excluding Near Dark)
    Ben Stiller (excluding The Secret Life of WM)
    John Travolta (excluding A Civil Action)
    Several of the newer generation of actors.

    EDIT: To add Ashton Kutcher
     
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    I like Star Wars enough that I can forgive the acting in the Prequels just to get the story in. Ewen McGregor and Natalie Portman aren't that bad
     
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    I agree. The town was a huge joke I couldn't even sit through it. Guy is from Cambridge and can't even nail a proper Boston accent lol. At least Matt Damon can
     
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    Those German girls are not really happy to be having those fat, old men inside them.
     
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    I'm not sure if this will be popular but mcconaughey always seems to be a fail for me
     
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    I saw Purple Rain again recently - that is a tsunami of bad acting
     
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    The remarkable thing about the prequels is that Lucas was able to make perfectly good actors turn in Razzie worthy performances
     
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    I'm one of those folks who thinks Showgirls is pretty remarkable -- a deft critique of American values; a black, ironic satire. On the other hand, I'm not sure Elizabeth Berkeley was in on what Verhoeven was doing. Going back to her work on the generally questionable TV series Saved By The Bell, even, the more she was called upon to act, the more florid she was.
     
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    Shows how important direction is to screen performance.
     
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    Tell me about it. Walken 2nd??
     
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    Yeah. Makes me wonder how much of the filmography of many of these folks the list's author has seen.
     
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    Walken, Keaton, Costner, Foster, Wood and Ritter DEFINITELY aren't top 10. Probably not top 50.
     
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