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« Reply #15 on: April 25, 2007, 12:23:23 AM »

The Rock
Vin Diesel
Johnny Knoxville
Rob Schneider (in movies he headlines, he's okay as a supporting actor)
Adam Sandler

And within the last decade or so:
Dennis Hopper
Jeremy Irons
Burt Reynolds
Jon Voight
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« Reply #16 on: April 25, 2007, 12:25:11 AM »

Keanu Reeves, especially when he's sporting a phony British accent.
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« Reply #17 on: April 25, 2007, 09:40:34 AM »

- Nick Cage, he usually seems like he's only half with it. If he doesn't look interested in the movie, why should I be? Can anyone guess the only reason I suffered through Wicker Man?
- Tom Cruise, used to love him, now I love to hate him (yes, along with everyone else).
- Will Ferrell, some people love him, I just don't. Perhaps it's because the last of his movies I saw made me want to scoop out my own brain with a rusty spoon.
- Eddie Murphy, hasn't made a good movie in ages. I confess I haven't seen Dreamgirls yet and have no interest in doing so, so it's possible he's made one without me noticing.
- Charlize Theron. Four words: Aeon Flux and Sweet November.
- Denise Richards
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« Reply #18 on: April 25, 2007, 10:22:41 AM »

Another vote for Adam Sandler

Ben Affleck

Ben Stiller (I don't dislike him nearly as much as the other two, but for some reason his style annoys me - I guess I CAN stand him, but not by much).



I think I might be able to get you to like him---try watching the slightly cheesy Disney movie Heavy Weights, which has him as a really evil villian role---he's a riot!
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« Reply #19 on: April 25, 2007, 10:41:24 AM »

Wow...you guys have pretty much covered it. I can honestly say that I agree (to more or less an extent) to every lousy actor that's been mentioned.

UPDATE: I've thought of some more that I'm suprised haven't been mentioned yet:

Bruce Willis (He's a good actor, but he plays the same part in every movie he's in)

Ashton Kutcher (no talent whatsoever)

Anyone else who has ever slept with Demi Moore

Oh yeah, and Demi Moore

Julia Roberts

Will Smith (I havent seen any of his new stuff, but the guy annoys me)

Drew Barrymore ('nuff said)

Robert Whul

Sean Young

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« Reply #20 on: April 25, 2007, 11:02:17 AM »

I don't mind Vincent shortening his name to "Vin" and he has carved out a wee niche of his own, tho' I don't care  . . . thanks for the good laugh. 


I do care when someone changes their name just to so it sounds cooler.  It reminds me of that Simpson's episode when Homer changed his name to Max Power. While I'm on the subject Avril Lavigne's first name isn't Avril, its April.
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« Reply #21 on: April 25, 2007, 11:06:11 AM »

Add another vote for Ben AFLAC.
Add another vote for Adam Sandler.

Pauly Shore ought to be brained with a jackhammer if he "acts" again.

Gotta disagree with Billy Bob Thornton, because of his role in Love, Actually.  That sleazy president role was show-stealing.  

Stallone!

And my mom votes for Cage, too.  "His mannerisms just totally annoy me."
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« Reply #22 on: April 25, 2007, 11:20:57 AM »

I don't mind Vincent shortening his name to "Vin" and he has carved out a wee niche of his own, tho' I don't care  . . . thanks for the good laugh. 


I do care when someone changes their name just to so it sounds cooler.  It reminds me of that Simpson's episode when Homer changed his name to Max Power. While I'm on the subject Avril Lavigne's first name isn't Avril, its April.

She's also French-Canadian.  April is sort of a common girl's name in the US so why not Avril in Quebec?  (Note: I'm 75% French-Canadian  TeddyR)

As for her music, it sucks.  Her name is okay with me.
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« Reply #23 on: April 25, 2007, 11:31:07 AM »

Adam Sandler seems to strike a nerve with most of you, but I'd be willing to nominate the entire cast of Saturday Night Live dating back three decades.  *shudder*  And like cockroaches, no matter how much poison I scatter around my TV they seem to return with virility.

I also take quiet comfort in knowing that if there is a hell, there'll be a special theatre showing all the Steven Soderbergh films with Julia Roberts.

But as Jim Carey taught me in Eternal Sunshine, given enough time even the poorest artist may actually perfect his craft.  As such I tend to filter my viewing based on the film's target audience rather its actors.
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« Reply #24 on: April 25, 2007, 11:33:52 AM »

Well I have to admit to Stallone being mostly a guilty pleasure but he was darn good IMO in the Classic Rocky films and in COP LAND.  Ahnold is another guilty pleasure who seems best suited to mostly non-speaking parts. I do like Bruce Willis although Fausto does have a point that his performances do seem all the same. Sean Young was great in BLADE RUNNER but sadly not much else.  Charlize Theron was awesome in MONSTER but sadly not much else.

I completely agree with most of the other selections made especially Will Smith. Surprised no one has mentioned Cameron Diaz, great to look at but hardly a terrific actress.
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« Reply #25 on: April 25, 2007, 11:50:32 AM »

Hallie Berrie

Wanda Sykes

Queen Latifa

Yet if Hollyweird were to throw megabucks at them to star in a hardcore lesbian pornodrama you know you'd be the first in line!   Wink  j/k


Adam Sandler

I have to admit I've never understood how he gets work.  I find his entire schtick about being a lovable retard offensive.

Just me?

However the one comic-turned-actor that really baffles me is Pauly Shore (or however you spell his name).  Unlike most of the actors in his movies he's demonstrated no growth.  Just look at who was in Encino Man and what they've gone on to star in!

Alas his schtick, much like Adam Sandler's, is that of being a lovable stoner retard.  Which isn't offensive so much as boring and a bit sad as that's the only performance personae he seems to have.

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« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2007, 04:17:18 PM »

I don't mind Vincent shortening his name to "Vin" and he has carved out a wee niche of his own, tho' I don't care  . . . thanks for the good laugh. 


I do care when someone changes their name just to so it sounds cooler.  It reminds me of that Simpson's episode when Homer changed his name to Max Power. While I'm on the subject Avril Lavigne's first name isn't Avril, its April.

She's also French-Canadian.  April is sort of a common girl's name in the US so why not Avril in Quebek?  (Note: I'm 75% French-Canadian  TeddyR)

As for her music, it sucks.  Her name is okay with me.

she's from ontario, I know there are French-Canadians in ontario, but she isn't from Quebec.
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« Reply #27 on: April 25, 2007, 04:29:48 PM »

BTW, if we're talking "lovable stoner retards", then Rory Cochrane as 'Slater' in Dazed and Confused shows Adam Sandler and Pauly Shore how it should be done....

and also as much as I'd like to, I can't really diss Adam Sandler - Happy Gilmore and Billy Maddison to me are pretty good 'dumb' comedies, i.e. they don't annoy me. I know most people point-blank hate the guy though.
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« Reply #28 on: April 25, 2007, 06:57:01 PM »

Surprised no one has mentioned Cameron Diaz, great to look at but hardly a terrific actress.
Cameron Diaz had a tough time making features like THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (1998) feel warm, and gave the over-long and disturbing, but nonetheless intriguing, VANILLA SKY it's only heart as a tragically hurt and pathetically used woman.   Her resume may be a bit slim, but she's not in the "can't stand" category. 
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« Reply #29 on: April 25, 2007, 09:09:55 PM »

I don't mind Vincent shortening his name to "Vin" and he has carved out a wee niche of his own, tho' I don't care  . . . thanks for the good laugh. 


I do care when someone changes their name just to so it sounds cooler.  It reminds me of that Simpson's episode when Homer changed his name to Max Power. While I'm on the subject Avril Lavigne's first name isn't Avril, its April.

She's also French-Canadian.  April is sort of a common girl's name in the US so why not Avril in Quebec?  (Note: I'm 75% French-Canadian  TeddyR)

As for her music, it sucks.  Her name is okay with me.

she's from ontario, I know there are French-Canadians in ontario, but she isn't from Quebec.

So, are you telling me there are no French-Canadians in Ontario?  There's a lot where I live.  My family came from Quebec to Rhode Island.  Still, nothing wrong with a French name.
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