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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 15/12/2011 1:13:27 AM   
Emyr Thy King


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Matt Smith


Oh, Hell no. Smith is amazing in Doctor Who. He's frankly the only reason I slogged through the last half of the previous series.

Ryan Reynolds makes me cringe when he tries to get serious. The man would just be better off embracing who he is--Van Wilder personified--and just going with it.


Oh hell yes. Tell you what, I'll take 'Scarlet' (Gillan is a redhead of course) and you take Smith. Not sure how you're going to change your name though.


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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 13/1/2012 10:11:46 AM   
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Of the top of my head Megan Fox and Robert Patterson annoy me....a lot

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 17/1/2012 4:00:22 PM   
mixtapes


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This gentleman came up during a recent conversation in a pub. Two girls gushing over how fit he is and how sexy he is and ending with one girl stating she would 'Obliterate his cock' given the chance.

I don't get it either but I guess he's really got something. Herpes I expect. As an actor I think he's okay nothing special either.



I think it must be the hair. If you just look at his face, he looks so average. Why is he suddenly 'the hot guy' in films? I mean, I'm not a woman admittedly, but I can get a good idea of what 'handsome' means from other, 'swooned over' men. Brad Pitt, to use an obvious example, is undeniably an attractive man. He has very, um, chiseled, defined features.

Bradley Cooper looks like a little rat/emu person. Look at his pointy nose. I cannot for the life of me understand how he's built up this reputation as 'the hot guy'. I can only think it's his hair.

Shave it off, stick him in a vest and he's nothing. Photoshop, anyone? :D


Reading though the forums for first time in aaaaaages and just spat ferrero rocher everywhere laughing at this. A terrible Jennifer Aniston film was on this week with Bradders in it and his hair was quite short. Neither boyfriend nor I could believe how -let's say unappealing- he looked without his locks!
Think it was "He's Just Not That Into You". Terrible.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 18/1/2012 12:44:40 PM   
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Leonardo DiCaprio.
 
Because I'm not sure I've been quite clear on that.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 18/1/2012 12:46:17 PM   
doubtlesswonder


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Clive Owen.

I just find him so wooden all the time, and he has such a monotonous voice. He sucked in Sin City and annoyed me the whole way through Children of Men.


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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 18/1/2012 1:08:40 PM   
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Russell Brand.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 18/1/2012 1:37:17 PM   
DARKO_DONNIE_DONUT

 

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Never rated him.
Though saying that I found Bill and Ted humorously entertaining.



I like Die Hard 1 and 2.
I like Fith Element.
But the guy is a douche,I mean look a that douche smirk.



When he doe serious he's an Ok actor.
When he does silly/stupid then he's an embarrasment.



Not funny.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 22/1/2012 11:22:34 PM   
genejoke


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Will Ferrell.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sandra Bullock


worst of all is Ellen Page.

possibly a side effect of watching Juno.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 23/1/2012 12:43:16 AM   
Spaldron


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ORIGINAL: DARKO_DONNIE_DONUT



Never rated him.
Though saying that I found Bill and Ted humorously entertaining.


You can't stand Alex Winter?

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 23/1/2012 12:01:46 PM   
DARKO_DONNIE_DONUT

 

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ORIGINAL: Spaldron


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Never rated him.
Though saying that I found Bill and Ted humorously entertaining.


You can't stand Alex Winter?


Isnt he a director nowadays?

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 23/1/2012 12:55:46 PM   
superdan


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Clive Owen.

I just find him so wooden all the time, and he has such a monotonous voice. He sucked in Sin City and annoyed me the whole way through Children of Men.



I agree with this.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 5/2/2012 3:48:43 AM   
sanctumest

 

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Recently, I have become deeply irritated by Pacino. He obviously has the skills, but he is getting so predictable in his delivery. All I see now is an almost palpable desire to dominate scenes. And as soon as he raises his voice, I cringe! That is unfair really because in some roles he has to be angry/hurt etc, but I can't help it.

I watched Donnie Brasco recently, and saw nuances of a wannabee top dog who just wasn't capable of moving forward. I can't think of a film since that where he has reigned himself in. Even in that film it was a performance that he just barely managed to keep the ferocity in check.

Tom Cruise is an unexplainable irritant too. He does what his role requires, but I can never root for him like I would for say Brad Pitt or DiCaprio. I know Leo gets slated on here regularly, but he's really grown into homself in the last few years.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 5/2/2012 6:22:44 PM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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Orlando Bloom-in awful


< Message edited by OPEN YOUR EYES -- 5/2/2012 6:24:00 PM >

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 5/2/2012 10:55:13 PM   
Saltire


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ORIGINAL: sanctumest

Recently, I have become deeply irritated by Pacino. He obviously has the skills, but he is getting so predictable in his delivery. All I see now is an almost palpable desire to dominate scenes. And as soon as he raises his voice, I cringe! That is unfair really because in some roles he has to be angry/hurt etc, but I can't help it.

I watched Donnie Brasco recently, and saw nuances of a wannabee top dog who just wasn't capable of moving forward. I can't think of a film since that where he has reigned himself in. Even in that film it was a performance that he just barely managed to keep the ferocity in check.

Tom Cruise is an unexplainable irritant too. He does what his role requires, but I can never root for him like I would for say Brad Pitt or DiCaprio. I know Leo gets slated on here regularly, but he's really grown into homself in the last few years.


Cruise is still a finer actor than the latter two could every be though for me.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 5/2/2012 11:05:14 PM   
sanctumest

 

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Technically, I can't disagree with you Saltire. But I just can't forget it's him. Maybe it's they eyebrows, I'm from Liverpool and since desperate scousewives has been aired I've realised that I have a prejudice against the more generously eye browed amongst us.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 6/2/2012 12:28:07 AM   
Spaldron


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ORIGINAL: sanctumest

Recently, I have become deeply irritated by Pacino. He obviously has the skills, but he is getting so predictable in his delivery. All I see now is an almost palpable desire to dominate scenes. And as soon as he raises his voice, I cringe! That is unfair really because in some roles he has to be angry/hurt etc, but I can't help it.

I watched Donnie Brasco recently, and saw nuances of a wannabee top dog who just wasn't capable of moving forward. I can't think of a film since that where he has reigned himself in. Even in that film it was a performance that he just barely managed to keep the ferocity in check.



He's now reduced himself to appearing in Adam Sandler "comedies".

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 6/2/2012 8:50:41 PM   
sanctumest

 

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ORIGINAL: Spaldron


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ORIGINAL: sanctumest

Recently, I have become deeply irritated by Pacino. He obviously has the skills, but he is getting so predictable in his delivery. All I see now is an almost palpable desire to dominate scenes. And as soon as he raises his voice, I cringe! That is unfair really because in some roles he has to be angry/hurt etc, but I can't help it.

I watched Donnie Brasco recently, and saw nuances of a wannabee top dog who just wasn't capable of moving forward. I can't think of a film since that where he has reigned himself in. Even in that film it was a performance that he just barely managed to keep the ferocity in check.



He's now reduced himself to appearing in Adam Sandler "comedies".

Maybe he's so busy being ferocious, he hasn't been able to follow de Niro's career curve. Pacino and Sandler in one film? Surely illegal.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 6/2/2012 10:45:42 PM   
Saltire


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ORIGINAL: sanctumest

Technically, I can't disagree with you Saltire. But I just can't forget it's him. Maybe it's they eyebrows, I'm from Liverpool and since desperate scousewives has been aired I've realised that I have a prejudice against the more generously eye browed amongst us.


Haha, speaking as a bald person with a hair complex I can sort of agree

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 7/2/2012 8:55:09 PM   
sanctumest

 

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ORIGINAL: Saltire


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Technically, I can't disagree with you Saltire. But I just can't forget it's him. Maybe it's they eyebrows, I'm from Liverpool and since desperate scousewives has been aired I've realised that I have a prejudice against the more generously eye browed amongst us.


Haha, speaking as a bald person with a hair complex I can sort of agree


Right with you there my friend! The recent hailstorm we had here felt like having my head kicked in by tiny weeny men.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 8/2/2012 3:47:12 PM   
Vitamin F

 

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Perlman.
Bloody Perlman.

I don't care how loved he is on this site, when I see his name on a film my interest dips slightly because he always seems to play the same smart-arse character who quips at the most inappropriate moments - the type of role that I detest in most films, bah-humbug.

On a positive note, Ron, even you didn't manage to ruin Drive despite being the weakest link.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 8/2/2012 5:26:27 PM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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Perlman.
Bloody Perlman.

I don't care how loved he is on this site, when I see his name on a film my interest dips slightly because he always seems to play the same smart-arse character who quips at the most inappropriate moments - the type of role that I detest in most films, bah-humbug.

On a positive note, Ron, even you didn't manage to ruin Drive despite being the weakest link.


His role in The City of Lost Children is different.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 9/2/2012 12:25:09 AM   
Vitamin F

 

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ORIGINAL: Vitamin F


Perlman.
Bloody Perlman.

I don't care how loved he is on this site, when I see his name on a film my interest dips slightly because he always seems to play the same smart-arse character who quips at the most inappropriate moments - the type of role that I detest in most films, bah-humbug.

On a positive note, Ron, even you didn't manage to ruin Drive despite being the weakest link.


His role in The City of Lost Children is different.



Ah, but that's 15yr+ vintage Perlman
And actually that film annoyed more than entertained me at the time, not seen since...may rewatch.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 9/2/2012 12:49:44 AM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES

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ORIGINAL: Vitamin F


Perlman.
Bloody Perlman.

I don't care how loved he is on this site, when I see his name on a film my interest dips slightly because he always seems to play the same smart-arse character who quips at the most inappropriate moments - the type of role that I detest in most films, bah-humbug.

On a positive note, Ron, even you didn't manage to ruin Drive despite being the weakest link.


His role in The City of Lost Children is different.



Ah, but that's 15yr+ vintage Perlman
And actually that film annoyed more than entertained me at the time, not seen since...may rewatch.



City of Lost Children is 'marmite' in my house.
You either like it or hate it.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 13/2/2012 12:36:49 PM   
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I feel a bit thick now: I love Perlman but haven't even heard of City of Lost Children. Presume its worth a watch then?


On the AYCBS front:

Eddie Redmayne from Birdsong and My Week with Marilyn. I think it's his mouth: just cant stand the look of him.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 13/2/2012 1:30:40 PM   
OPEN YOUR EYES

 

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I feel a bit thick now: I love Perlman but haven't even heard of City of Lost Children. Presume its worth a watch then?


On the AYCBS front:

Eddie Redmayne from Birdsong and My Week with Marilyn. I think it's his mouth: just cant stand the look of him.


City of lost children was created by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who also did Amelie and Alien: Resurection.
His visual style is qwerky,gritty and can be somewhat uncomfortable for a certain audience.
Personally im indifferent to his visual and directing style,theres certainly alot of black humour in his works while also adding a pinch of cynicism in his productions.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 13/2/2012 2:58:50 PM   
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ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I feel a bit thick now: I love Perlman but haven't even heard of City of Lost Children. Presume its worth a watch then?


On the AYCBS front:

Eddie Redmayne from Birdsong and My Week with Marilyn. I think it's his mouth: just cant stand the look of him.


City of lost children was created by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who also did Amelie and Alien: Resurection.
His visual style is qwerky,gritty and can be somewhat uncomfortable for a certain audience.
Personally im indifferent to his visual and directing style,theres certainly alot of black humour in his works while also adding a pinch of cynicism in his productions.


..and now I feel even thicker. Amelie is possibly my favourite film of all time! Must check that out so.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 13/2/2012 4:08:15 PM   
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Rainn Wilson. Something about him just pisses me off.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 22/2/2012 4:33:47 PM   
st3veebee


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Rainn Wilson. Something about him just pisses me off.


His face. That expression that never changes. Used to like him in The Office but for the love of God, please change the record Mr. Wilson.

ZOOEY BLOODY DESCHANEL. Please stop trying to be Kooky all the frickin time. You are not geek-chic you are just talentless (if quite pretty) bore.

Honestly, watch her in interviews....nothing going on upstairs.

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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 22/2/2012 5:57:24 PM   
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RE: Actors you CANNOT BLOODY STAND - 26/2/2012 4:58:40 AM   
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Never rated him.
Though saying that I found Bill and Ted humorously entertaining.



I like Die Hard 1 and 2.
I like Fith Element.
But the guy is a douche,I mean look a that douche smirk.



When he doe serious he's an Ok actor.
When he does silly/stupid then he's an embarrasment.



Not funny.



I like Wlliams (though not his stand up comedy), but otherwise this is a solid list. Willis has done good work, but he's been phoning it in for a long time and I am bored by the sight of him at this point. I too feel that Will Ferrell is unfunny, but I thought he was a good dramatic actor in STRANGER THAN FICTION. His humor could be funny if he had any self restraint, but he milks every joke and is constantly mugging for the camera, and so I find him extremely irritating.

I'd like to put forth Henry Cavill as a talent unworthy of his luck. I base this only on his work in THE TUDORS. He's bland as bland can be, and while I'm glad Bond dodged a bullet when he was passed over by EON, I feel sorry he's been inflicted on SUPERMAN, a superhero who deserves better than the likes of Cavill.

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