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When I find out certain actors are in a film I can't be arsed watching them, regardless of the subject, director etc.

 

Top of my list are:

 

The Rock

Gerard Butler 

Mark Wahlberg

Orlando Bloom

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Nicholas Cage, which is useful because 90% of the stuff he appears in is shite anyway. I actually quite enjoyed Mandy despite him, then you get something like this-

 

 Nicolas Cage's Mandy explained - from the Black Skulls to The Chemist

 

Jim Carrey is borderline intolerable when he's showing off and I'd quite happily watch Andie MacDowell burn to death and not feel a flicker of sympathy.

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26 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

When I find out certain actors are in a film I can't be arsed watching them, regardless of the subject, director etc.

 

Top of my list are:

 

The Rock

Gerard Butler 

Mark Wahlberg

Orlando Bloom

The Rock is a good shout. The other 3 you are chatting shit. They've done some shite but all done some superb films. 

8 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

Adam Sandler. It seems like he plays the same character in every film he's in.

Agreed up until Uncut Gems from last year. Great film. 

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Chairman Meow said:

That's an accurate summation of Zonkoville.

 

But are you perhaps getting Brendan Fraser and Brendan Gleason mixed up Stig?

Yeah I did so I deleted it you nosey bastard! 

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Fully agree on Butler. Gurning, shit-eating prick. He churns out some absolute shite, can't think of one redeeming movie in his list. There's not many actors I'd avoid watching but he is top of the list of one.

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1 minute ago, skend04 said:

Fully agree on Butler. Gurning, shit-eating prick. He churns out some absolute shite, can't think of one redeeming movie in his list. There's not many actors I'd avoid watching but he is.

300, Law Abiding Citizen, Rock N Rolla.... 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Ezekiel 25:17 said:

Den of thieves too.

Yeah he's a right nasty bastard in that. 

1 minute ago, Elite said:

Will Smith

Bad Boys, Ali... 

 

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The Rock was decent in the other guys, but I don't think I have watched him in anything else because the films he seems to get roles in never seem to be my thing. 

 

As for Sandler, I agree with the exception of Happy Gilmour. I remember trying to watch some utter tripe like Little Nicky or that Zohan dogshit and lasted about 45 seconds before his stupid annoying voice did my head in and I turned off. 

 

I used to not like Kurt Russell but he has been good in Tarantino movies

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Used to love Nicholas Cage but him and Bruce Willis now seem to have put out an advert with ‘no job too small’.

 

Samuel L Jackson is similar, it’s like he doesn’t know how to say ‘no’ to anything. He’s like a reverse DiCaprio.

 

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16 minutes ago, Remmie said:

 

I used to not like Kurt Russell but he has been good in Tarantino movies

Overboard, Dark Blue.... 

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31 minutes ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

Charlie hunnam

Melissa mcarthy

Zac Efron

Kevin Hart

 

He's like a midget version of Chris Tucker. With his film roles, his schtick can get annoying very quickly, but he's genuinely funny in interviews, especially with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.

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It's funny when you consider the grief Schwarzenegger used to get for his acting, yet nobody since has been able to carry films on their name alone to the extent he has. The Rock was presumably seen by the industry as the heir apparent, but erm...nah. 

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