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« Reply #30 on: February 11, 2008, 12:27:30 AM »

2)Steven segal (1 facial expression every movie every scene and every situation)

LOL so true ... I can't stand Segal he is one person who thanks he is just the coolest think to hit earth. What a looser.
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« Reply #31 on: February 11, 2008, 08:43:12 AM »

LOL so true ... I can't stand Segal he is one person who thanks he is just the coolest think to hit earth. What a looser.


I dislike Steven Segal, mainly for the fact that he can't act, but used to claim that he could take out anybody and that Aikido was the supreme martial art.

David Spade is not what he used to be.  His new stuff I can take in small doses.  He really went down hill as far as his acting once Chris Farley passed away.  Those two always made me laugh when they worked in tandem, or when Spade was still on SNL.

Martin Lawrence is another actor I can't stand that much.  He's not that funny IMO and he's more or less a d list actor.

I used to think Tom Green was funny, but I was just an immature teenager when that happened.  Now I think he dumb.

Jessica Simpson is really bad.  Her career is almost over and I'm glad for that.  Paris Hilton, well she's not an actress, she a humping post.

Paulie Shore is AWFUL.  He's annoying and not funny at all.
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« Reply #32 on: February 12, 2008, 01:51:04 AM »

2)Steven segal (1 facial expression every movie every scene and every situation)

LOL so true ... I can't stand Segal he is one person who thanks he is just the coolest think to hit earth. What a looser.
Ozzymandias speaks: There are very few celebrities I dislike with a passion, but Segal...ARGH! Hatred

First of all his movies never interested me. They were all sort of the same thing. What really got me was there was a story about him in some magazine and he threw a fit because his grandmother said he had asthma as a child. He said he didn't want that revealed because it made him look like a weakling. Funny, Teddy Roosevelt and Harry Truman both had asthma as kids, but that makes their story inspiring.

Let me throw out another name: Debbie Reynolds. When she was young she looked a girl I liked in junior high that refused me. Beyond that, it is her bitterness about her daughter, Carrie Fisher, was in one movie that made more money than all of hers put together. GET OVER IT! The reason it made more money it was cooler than any of Debbie Reynolds movies.

Add to these two Timothy Carrey (he looks like he smells bad), Pat Brady (goofy facial expressions) and Willie Best (He is a degrading stereotype...of people with severe brain damage).

Ozzymandias has spoken!!!
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« Reply #33 on: February 12, 2008, 07:12:18 AM »

I have an addidtion for mine, but mine is sorta or a love/hate type thing.  Another one I want to add is Eddie Murphy. 

I loved his older stuff (Coming to America, 48 Hrs) before he went to Disney.  Once he started doing Disney films he really went down hill.

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« Reply #34 on: February 13, 2008, 11:43:31 AM »

I have an addidtion for mine, but mine is sorta or a love/hate type thing.  Another one I want to add is Eddie Murphy. 

I loved his older stuff (Coming to America, 48 Hrs) before he went to Disney.  Once he started doing Disney films he really went down hill.



Same thing with Mike Meyers. He used to be funny, but after the 3rd Austin Powers movie and that abominable "Cat in the hat" ....forget it!
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« Reply #35 on: February 13, 2008, 02:37:53 PM »

Re.  The continuing saga of Steven Segal --
Not living in Boulder County, y'all may have missed the fact that Segal paid a Buddhist monk/monastery to name him as a Bohdisatva, or, Divine Maifestation of Buddha on Earth.  I poo you not . . .
Boulder is rife with over-educated white, Western Buddhists of every stripe, so this event caused no end of hubbub --
I used to see Segal working out in a local gym here all the time, and he filmed at least one of his films in the area.  Never spoken to the man.  Wouldn't particularly want to . . .
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« Reply #36 on: February 13, 2008, 02:44:49 PM »

Re.  The continuing saga of Steven Segal --
Not living in Boulder County, y'all may have missed the fact that Segal paid a Buddhist monk/monastery to name him as a Bohdisatva, or, Divine Maifestation of Buddha on Earth.  I poo you not . . .
Boulder is rife with over-educated white, Western Buddhists of every stripe, so this event caused no end of hubbub --
I used to see Segal working out in a local gym here all the time, and he filmed at least one of his films in the area.  Never spoken to the man.  Wouldn't particularly want to . . .
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Why am I not even a little surprised at this?

I was in Big Lots this morning getting my snacks and drinks for the day and I saw a Steven Segal energy drink with his single look ugly mug on the can, I don't remember the name of it but I think it had other claimed snake oil properties in it too.
But thinking of some of the Segal comments on these threads I just started cracking up laughing and the fact I'm still about 70% sick I started hacking up a lung.
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« Reply #37 on: February 13, 2008, 03:51:25 PM »

Ahhh... who could forget Steven Seagal's Lightning Bolt?

That Agony Booth piece is easily the most hilarious thing I've ever read.
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« Reply #38 on: February 13, 2008, 09:34:42 PM »

Only redeeming factor about Steven Seagal is Will Sasso's parodies of him on MadTV.

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« Reply #39 on: February 14, 2008, 07:27:00 PM »

Keanu Reeves, and that's about it.  There are plenty of actors/actresses who I don't like just because of the material they choose to be seen in (Adam Sandler, Angelina Jolie) but I'd give them a chance if they were cast in something that looked interesting.  But Reeves is one of the few who can actually consistently detract from an otherwise fine movie (see BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA), yet still consistently get work.

Karma for you!!!!  He can do dull surprise, but thats his whole range, I can't stand him. 
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« Reply #40 on: February 17, 2008, 09:38:08 PM »

Hayden Christensen
Tom Cruise
Tara Reid
Ben Affleck
Paul Walker
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Lindsay Lohan
Dane Cook
Ashton Kutcher
Josh Hartnett

Edit: Gary Busey is probably the worst for me. I can't stand that man.
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« Reply #41 on: February 21, 2008, 10:07:35 AM »

I dislike Seth Green and John Leguizamo, especially the latter.  some people, you can tell they are like 4 feet tall and comfortable wearing make up.  they look too much like actors to play real people.
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« Reply #42 on: February 21, 2008, 02:39:09 PM »

     I think poor Woody Allen has caught a lot of flack on this thread, so I'm going to give him a wee prop:
     Allen in his youth can be hysterically funny and very watchable.  If you've seen "Bananas", "Sleeper", or "Take the Money and Run", you know what I mean --
In his later years, though, he did start phoning it in a bit . . .
     "The Curse of The Jade Scorpion", for instance, is almost unwatchable.  Not because Allen is bad, particularly, but because he's barely there at all -- sort of saying his lines like someone doing a tired Woody Allen impression.
     Those of you who think you hate Woody Allen, give the first "Casino Royale" a try, or the 3 films I mention.  Plus, if you see it in the cutout bin, there's a wonderful double-LP of him called "Woody Allen:  Standup Comedian", from 1964, which is still funny & engaging.  For me, "Stardust Memories" seems to be the cutoff point:  After this film, he seems to have said everything he has to say & just repeats himself, even though I did enjoy "Hannah and Her Sisters", though he doesn't appear in that one.
     It's sort of like The Marx Brothers:  Everyone still talks about "Night at The Opera" or "Duck Soup", but few people even realize that such a thing as "The Big Store" even got made --
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« Reply #43 on: February 21, 2008, 06:15:56 PM »

Matthew Lillard. even looking at this guy's face makes my bowels implode.

Ed Norton. always unconvincing in any role. - or maybe it's just me. never see other people slating him

Vin Diesel. just...no. Thumbdown

a couple of minor gripes at previous suggestions:

Owen Wilson... funny in Meet The Parents.
Brad Pitt... excellent in Seven.
Keanu Reeves... really good in Bill & Ted
(in my opinion)

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« Reply #44 on: February 21, 2008, 08:06:34 PM »

     I think poor Woody Allen has caught a lot of flack on this thread, so I'm going to give him a wee prop:
     Allen in his youth can be hysterically funny and very watchable.  If you've seen "Bananas", "Sleeper", or "Take the Money and Run", you know what I mean --
In his later years, though, he did start phoning it in a bit . . .
     "The Curse of The Jade Scorpion", for instance, is almost unwatchable.  Not because Allen is bad, particularly, but because he's barely there at all -- sort of saying his lines like someone doing a tired Woody Allen impression.
     Those of you who think you hate Woody Allen, give the first "Casino Royale" a try, or the 3 films I mention.  Plus, if you see it in the cutout bin, there's a wonderful double-LP of him called "Woody Allen:  Standup Comedian", from 1964, which is still funny & engaging.  For me, "Stardust Memories" seems to be the cutoff point:  After this film, he seems to have said everything he has to say & just repeats himself, even though I did enjoy "Hannah and Her Sisters", though he doesn't appear in that one.
     It's sort of like The Marx Brothers:  Everyone still talks about "Night at The Opera" or "Duck Soup", but few people even realize that such a thing as "The Big Store" even got made --
peter johnson/denny crane

Agreed, and I'd add LOVE AND DEATH to the list of funny early Woody Allen films.  Anyone who only knows Allen from his post-ANNIE HALL work would be surprised to find out that he was once actually very funny.
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