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  • cinnamunmun
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    Originally posted by Broncofan-13
    Paris Hilton.


    most hated person to ever (dis)grace the silver screen and music studios.
    Have to agree. I also think she got hit by the ugly tree and then fell into the wood chipper with it.

    So your dad is rich and has a few nice hotels. Big whoop.

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  • Broncofan-13
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    Paris Hilton.


    most hated person to ever (dis)grace the silver screen and music studios.

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  • KCLadyFan
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    I thought of a female actor I don't care for

    Nicole Kidman

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  • BANJOPICKER1
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    Tony Danza,what an arse!!

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  • SmithOverTO
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    Originally posted by BroncoForLife27
    Well, my most hated "actor" is Carlos Mencia. I know he's a comedian, but he has a tv show.

    As for actress... I can't think of one at the moment...

    That guy, and his show, is blinkin awful!


    And to think, he leads up to the Daily Show and the Report. Talk about mixing oil and water...brilliance with stupidity...

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  • AlWilsonizKING
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    Originally posted by buckland
    Keeanu who? <heh, j/k> Yeah, but at least he is likeable?


    "WOAH!!!"




    PEACE!!!

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  • buckland
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    Originally posted by dogfish
    i don't know. . . everybody knows keeanu reeves, and he's a freakin' HORRIBLE "actor". . . .



    Keeanu who? <heh, j/k> Yeah, but at least he is likeable?

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  • dogfish
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    Originally posted by buckland
    Yeah, you got me, re "hit list." None of the above are really bad actors so much as they are individuals that I wouldn't pay money to see on the screen.

    Come to think of it, there are really not that many bad actors out there, since Elvis died. <heh> Don't get me wrong, I'm not dissin' The King. Let's just say that his forte' was more that of a stage performer than an actor.

    As for good and bad actors, I think it's more of who you like or dislike. And this little exercise was further skewed by tossing out names everyone knows. Now the really BAD actors--the ones nobody knows unless you read the fine print on the back of a grade-B sci-fi jacket at Blockbuster--get to skate here, I guess?


    i don't know. . . everybody knows keeanu reeves, and he's a freakin' HORRIBLE "actor". . . .



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  • buckland
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    Originally posted by Buff_bronc_fan
    Ha, if Nitwittery isn't a word, it definitely should be...

    I agree with some of these... But this looks more like a right wing hit list than it does a list of bad actors.

    Michael Moore can be easy to dislike, but I actually thought that his documentaries were well put together, even if he does edit people somewhat unfairly... And I wouldn't really say he qualifies as an 'actor' although I realize you are just going with Hollywood personalities in general.

    Clooney and Robin Williams are two of the best, so I'll respectfully disagree with you on those... The Dixie Chicks belong on a different thread...

    And Jim Carey gets a pass because I was at the right age when In Living Color and Ace Ventura came out to find them both hilarious.
    Yeah, you got me, re "hit list." None of the above are really bad actors so much as they are individuals that I wouldn't pay money to see on the screen.

    Come to think of it, there are really not that many bad actors out there, since Elvis died. <heh> Don't get me wrong, I'm not dissin' The King. Let's just say that his forte' was more that of a stage performer than an actor.

    As for good and bad actors, I think it's more of who you like or dislike. And this little exercise was further skewed by tossing out names everyone knows. Now the really BAD actors--the ones nobody knows unless you read the fine print on the back of a grade-B sci-fi jacket at Blockbuster--get to skate here, I guess?

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  • KCLadyFan
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    Originally posted by keithbishop
    Ben Affleck
    second that....Affleck is not one of my faves either

    for female...can't think of any at this time...

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  • BroncoForLife27
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    Well, my most hated "actor" is Carlos Mencia. I know he's a comedian, but he has a tv show.

    As for actress... I can't think of one at the moment...

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  • Buff_bronc_fan
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    Originally posted by buckland
    While I can usually separate out good acting from poor politics, there is a growing list of obnoxious showbiz morons who suck up to their Hollywood Left brethren to the extent that I just can no longer abide--regardless of individual acting prowess involved. Once they cross a certain line, I just cannot lose their personal nitwittery (is that a word?) in the character portrayed (or attempted to be portrayed). Hence, I avoid them at the box office. I don’t pay people in show biz to run their mouths on political issues of which so many of their ilk are totally clueless.

    Free Speech issue? Hell no! They have just as much a right to prove to the world what nitwits they are as my right to boycott them at the box office.

    So, here’s my short list, right off the top (I’m sure I’ll think of dozens more just after posting this):

    TOP TEN SHOW BIZ BUFFOONS:

    1. Michael Moore (the king of the buffoons)
    2. Ed Asner (1st runner up)
    3. Robin Williams (2nd runner up)
    4. Rosie O’Donnell (a buffoon wannabe)
    5. Alec Baldwin (words cannot describe how I do loathe thee…)
    6. Woody Harrelson (this “natural born moron” is not only a buffoon, but a sorry-ass human being, as well)
    7. Barbra Streisand (not so much of a buffoon as totally clueless… what a shame)
    8. Susan Sarandon (no less clueless than above, but expresses herself better)
    9. Sean Penn (absolute moron—should be promoted to 1st runner up)
    10. George Clooney (looks smarter than he actually is. Too bad he surfaced again after “The Perfect Storm.”)

    (DIS)HONORABLE MENTIONS

    Bruce Springsteen (the boss is a loss)
    Julie Roberts (this “pretty woman” is pretty ugly inside)
    The Dixie Chicks (can’t come down too hard on them anymore, as they are already washed up, due to Natalie’s big mouth)
    Linda Ronstadt (had a great voice—total shame)
    Chrissie Hynde (this was a tough call, as I really love her music)

    IN A CLASS BY HIMSELF

    Jim Carey (have no idea what is politics are, but don’t care. This guy is JUST PLAIN GOOFY!)
    Ha, if Nitwittery isn't a word, it definitely should be...

    I agree with some of these... But this looks more like a right wing hit list than it does a list of bad actors.

    Michael Moore can be easy to dislike, but I actually thought that his documentaries were well put together, even if he does edit people somewhat unfairly... And I wouldn't really say he qualifies as an 'actor' although I realize you are just going with Hollywood personalities in general.

    Clooney and Robin Williams are two of the best, so I'll respectfully disagree with you on those... The Dixie Chicks belong on a different thread...

    And Jim Carey gets a pass because I was at the right age when In Living Color and Ace Ventura came out to find them both hilarious.

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  • buckland
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    Originally posted by Buff_bronc_fan
    I thought this would be a fun one to go along with the 'favorite' thread.

    So what actors/actresses do you dislike and try to avoid in movies???
    While I can usually separate out good acting from poor politics, there is a growing list of obnoxious showbiz morons who suck up to their Hollywood Left brethren to the extent that I just can no longer abide--regardless of individual acting prowess involved. Once they cross a certain line, I just cannot lose their personal nitwittery (is that a word?) in the character portrayed (or attempted to be portrayed). Hence, I avoid them at the box office. I don’t pay people in show biz to run their mouths on political issues of which so many of their ilk are totally clueless.

    Free Speech issue? Hell no! They have just as much a right to prove to the world what nitwits they are as my right to boycott them at the box office.

    So, here’s my short list, right off the top (I’m sure I’ll think of dozens more just after posting this):

    TOP TEN SHOW BIZ BUFFOONS:

    1. Michael Moore (the king of the buffoons)
    2. Ed Asner (1st runner up)
    3. Robin Williams (2nd runner up)
    4. Rosie O’Donnell (a buffoon wannabe)
    5. Alec Baldwin (words cannot describe how I do loathe thee…)
    6. Woody Harrelson (this “natural born moron” is not only a buffoon, but a sorry-ass human being, as well)
    7. Barbra Streisand (not so much of a buffoon as totally clueless… what a shame)
    8. Susan Sarandon (no less clueless than above, but expresses herself better)
    9. Sean Penn (absolute moron—should be promoted to 1st runner up)
    10. George Clooney (looks smarter than he actually is. Too bad he surfaced again after “The Perfect Storm.”)

    (DIS)HONORABLE MENTIONS

    Bruce Springsteen (the boss is a loss)
    Julie Roberts (this “pretty woman” is pretty ugly inside)
    The Dixie Chicks (can’t come down too hard on them anymore, as they are already washed up, due to Natalie’s big mouth)
    Linda Ronstadt (had a great voice—total shame)
    Chrissie Hynde (this was a tough call, as I really love her music)

    IN A CLASS BY HIMSELF

    Jim Carey (have no idea what is politics are, but don’t care. This guy is JUST PLAIN GOOFY!)

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  • RealBronco
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    Originally posted by AlWilsonizKING
    We all have our reasons for hating the actors/actresses we do.......that's what makes this world a great place.....individuality.



    PEACE!!!

    very true! i'll bet we could get into a huge discussion about "individuality" also...in another thread of course

    Headline:
    "Individuality: Myth or Fact? Fabricated by Society or Pausible to Acheive"

    haha.

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  • RealBronco
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    Originally posted by Chica_Ang
    Nice post. I used to enjoy Mr. Pitt, but his personal life has taken away from his gifts. Same with Tom Cruise. It probably is immature on my part, but their personal turmoils have changed my perception of them as people and I'm having a harder time seeing them just for their work.

    I love Ocean's Eleven and Brad's always-eating character. In a way he is type-cast, I think. So many people look at him as a heart-throb, is he really talented? I don't know. I'm just jaded with actors in general: paid a lot of money for their work. i'll stop now.

    True. I try not to let their personal lives interfere with how I view their films. However, perhaps their personal lives bleed in and their films suffer.

    I can't believe what happened to Cruise. I'm a huge fan of Top Gun and it pains me to see the star turn into this giant nut-case making movies that are terrible and not to mention he got 100 million for making War of the Worlds...which was horrible.

    As for Pitt, at least his movies are good, and always have a great cast (well maybe not Mr. and Mrs. Smith but...) I try not to let that whole soap opera with Brad, Jennifer, Vince and Angelina get in the way.

    However, it makes you really appreciate independent films and the actors in them. Or when a mainstream actor starts making more real, non-Hollywood-funded films. Those are good ones.

    I do think Pitt has talent. As I mentioned with the films he's been in. And I forgot Snatch...which he was hilarious in.

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