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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    He has 2 modes:

    whispering
    growling

    That worked brilliantly on 24. Not so much anywhere else. His father has more talent and stage presecnce.
    Richard Harris (RIP) was the originator of the two-voice acting method

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    Chris Klein. Worst performance ever. Enjoy


    http://vimeo.com/14396701

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCqZ3hNTe64

    Terrible acting but it always made me giggle.

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    Vin Diesel.'Nuff said.
    Any of the Baldwin Brothers.
    Warren Beatty was always pretty bad.
    Matt Dillon, not so good.

    Keanu Reeves is the worst of all time, though...God awful.

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    Oh yeah...Sylvester Stallone, outside of Rocky I and II, sucked in just about every movie he's ever made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2milehighJet View Post
    Mark Wahlberg. Even when he plays a Boston character it's all the same.
    What? No!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvmytj56Tck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy® View Post
    Bonnie Franklin - One Day at a Time
    Take it back.

    I'm totally serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    That may be, but he is in a lot of movies my kids like, so I don't mind at all, really. Not saying he's a great actor but he seems likeable enough.
    He doesn't come across as the regular jerkoff Hollywood actor type. Makes some bad movies but , yeah ok, stays out of trouble,


    The cane_shaking is heavy in this thread.
    I tolerate that deal with the devil flick, on the count of... that Lizzy Hurley

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    Mel BrooKS sucks

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    Yes, but his work consists of ONLY "funny as shyte comedy"

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    Some great names so far (or I should say "not so great") . . .


    Jason Statham always plays the same role. Not bad to look at, but definitely not stretching as an actor.

    Peter O'Toole (for the real cane-shakers) was a horrible actor. I couldn't get through Lawrence of Arabia.

    Just watched a movie starring Andy Garcia (another one-step pony) about when Mexico tried to ban the Catholic Church (how'd that go??). O'Toole played a priest and so over-acted during his death scene, I started laughing.

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    How has this thread gone 5 pages without a mention of Channing Tatum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Case in point for me. Watching him in FOckers is painful for me. I dont buy it, therefore...painful and labored.

    Bracco was always a beautiful chick (fought over by many a hollywood legend), but her delivery is at best off beat and at worst a monosyllabic, stilted excercise in tongue gnashing. Great for porn, not so great for drama.

    She should do porn/humor.

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    That's the appeal of Lorraine Bracco, wierd and sexy, why she was cast as Tony Soprano's crush/psychiatrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2milehighJet View Post
    Mark Wahlberg. Even when he plays a Boston character it's all the same.
    Mark Wahlberg has 3 faces he makes in his performances:

    Confused



    More Confused


    Sexually Confused

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