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Dr Malachi Constant
PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:24 am  Reply with quote
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There's another one I wouldn't mind never seeing in another movie again - Zooey Deschanel. And, if she could take The Arcade Fire and all those other sleepy 'indie' darlings with her, that'd be pretty great, too.

And Cameron Diaz should probably think about some time off, too.

And Ashton Kutcher should go jump inside a shark or something. Make like the Kintner boy.

Same goes for Seth Green, aside from his television work. No problem there.
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Terminal
PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:27 am  Reply with quote



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Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
There's another one I wouldn't mind never seeing in another movie again - Zooey Deschanel. And, if she could take The Arcade Fire and all those other sleepy 'indie' darlings with her, that'd be pretty great, too.


I don't mind Zooey. I mean I don't cream my pants for her like others do, but she has her odd charm.

Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
And Cameron Diaz should probably think about some time off, too.


I can't stand Cameron Diaz. I'm in agreement.

Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
And Ashton Kutcher should go jump inside a shark or something. Make like the Kintner boy.


Yes, I'd see Kutcher jump in to a shark tank.

Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
Same goes for Seth Green, aside from his television work. No problem there.


I like Seth Green alot so I disagree.
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Floydian Trip
PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 4:09 pm  Reply with quote



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Once one of my favorite actors but can't watch anything he's in anymore...

Val Kilmer
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Dr Malachi Constant
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Terminal wrote:


Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
And Ashton Kutcher should go jump inside a shark or something. Make like the Kintner boy.


Yes, I'd see Kutcher jump in to a shark tank.


Inside a shark. Not a shark tank. People swim in shark tanks all the time.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 4:21 pm  Reply with quote



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Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
Terminal wrote:


Dr Malachi Constant wrote:
And Ashton Kutcher should go jump inside a shark or something. Make like the Kintner boy.


Yes, I'd see Kutcher jump in to a shark tank.


Inside a shark. Not a shark tank. People swim in shark tanks all the time.


But it'd be fun to watch him struggle to survive. Putting him in a shark is too quick.
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Not if you've got a really big x-ray machine.
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Morgan Elektra
PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:16 pm  Reply with quote
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I don't mind Zooey, but I think she's the less talented Deschanel sister.

I'm with you on Diaz though. I never really liked her.

As for Kutcher, I haven't seen him in anything in years... but I have to admit I find him kind of goofy and adorable. Not someone with any real acting chops, but I don't dislike him.

And as for Seth Green... talk bad about him again and I may have to cut you. He is a god. Drool
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Morgan Elektra wrote:
I don't mind Zooey, but I think she's the less talented Deschanel sister.


I disagree. Emily Deschanel is in that crappy "Bones" show and often looks and sounds like a man. I think Zooey is infinitely more talented and has proven it in my eyes.
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Morgan Elektra
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Emily's performance on Bones is infinitely more nuanced than anything Zooey's done. Which is part of what makes Bones so good. The characters are some of the most well written and acted on TV, not to mention they're more diverse than most shows.
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I like Zooey's offbeat personality more, but I'm inclined to say that Emily is the better actor. Zooey is good in roles that play to her personality.

If I ran the world, I would keep copies of "Tombstone", "The Doors", "Real Genius" and "Top Secret" around and dump Val Kilmer and everything else he's ever done into a volcano. Always hated his personality. Plus I'm still holding a grudge against him for effectively ending Richard Stanley's directing career just so everyone on the set of "Island of Dr. Moreau" knew what hot shit he thought he was. He appears to have been humbled the last few years judging from his film roles, but I'm not convinced he's any different.

I like Seth Green, but he is approaching that dangerous level of over-exposure.

And no, there's no body double in "The Good Girl". It's all Aniston (though brief).
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Morgan Elektra wrote:
Emily's performance on Bones is infinitely more nuanced than anything Zooey's done. Which is part of what makes Bones so good. The characters are some of the most well written and acted on TV, not to mention they're more diverse than most shows.


I couldn't disagree more. After watching a few episodes of this show I couldn't stand it. It's just another variation of CSI except with a magic computer that manages to fill in all the holes and do the work for the creatively bankrupt writers. "Bones" is truly nothing new. Oh Boreanaz and Deschanel are so off beat and yet so good together, blah blah.

And no I think Zooey has more talent in her finger than Emily can ever hope to have.

I'd rather watch that crappy "Tin Man" movie than ever lay eyes on "Bones," again.
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Morgan Elektra
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Well, you can't really appreciate how well developed the characters have become over five seasons from a few episodes, and Bones is much more science heavy than most procuderals.

But as much as I like to debate with you, my little Termie, I don't have the time right now to debate this one.

Oh but also.... Bones? Best. Gore. FX. ANYWHERE on TV.
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[quote="MethRattle"]
If I ran the world, I would keep copies of "Tombstone", "The Doors", "Real Genius" and "Top Secret" around and dump Val Kilmer and everything else he's ever done into a volcano.[quote]

I can agree with that. His Doc and Morrison are just flat out amazing performances that were absolutely perfect for him.
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The Ghost and the Darkness kicks ass as well
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Richard Bastard wrote:
The Ghost and the Darkness kicks ass as well


Indeed it does.
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