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Emil T

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Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Garry k wrote:
Jennifer Anniston

Mr and Mrs Smith

tongue

LOL big_smile

Feb 17 13 12:53 am Link

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Damon Strong

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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Faye Dunaway in Mommie Dearest.   Her film career never recovered and she got regarded as a camp gay icon.

Feb 18 13 03:36 am Link

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Robb Mann

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Baltimore, Maryland, US

Everyone except Kevin Costner thats been involved with any project he's been in.

Feb 18 13 05:23 am Link

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Rick Dupuis Photography

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Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez in Gigli
Although, I don't think I've ever seen Affleck do anything that was much better.

Feb 18 13 09:09 am Link

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Rick Dupuis Photography

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Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada

Rudy Joggerst wrote:
Robert DeNiro / Al Pacino -- reuniting in a b-movie like "Righteous Kill"

John Malkovich's appearance in shitty action movies when he's not in art house / foreign movies (ie Jonah Hex, Knockaround Guys, Mutant Chronicles)

I don't know....John Malkovich might have been the best thing about RED. His first appearance was the best 30 seconds in the entire movie.

Feb 18 13 09:12 am Link

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Orca Bay Images

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Lodi, California, US

Robb Mann wrote:
Everyone except Kevin Costner thats been involved with any project he's been in.

I guess you've never seen Bull Durham.

I can't imagine Tim Robbins or anyone else in that production being embarrassed about it.

Feb 18 13 12:53 pm Link

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eos3_300

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Brooklyn, New York, US

Orca Bay Images wrote:

I guess you've never seen Bull Durham.

I can't imagine Tim Robbins or anyone else in that production being embarrassed about it.

I don't imagine anyone involved with Oscar winning Dances with Wolves or Field of Dreams is embarrassed either.

Thats Seven Academy Awards
Best Picture
Best Director – Kevin Costner
Best Adapted Screenplay – Michael Blake
Best Cinematography – Dean Semler
Best Film Editing – Neil Travis
Best Sound – Russell Williams II, Jeffrey Perkins, Bill W. Benton and Gregory H. Watkins
Best Original Score – John Barry

Feb 18 13 03:20 pm Link

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Orca Bay Images

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Lodi, California, US

eos3_300 wrote:

I don't imagine anyone involved with Oscar winning Dances with Wolves or Field of Dreams is embarrassed either.

Thats Seven Academy Awards
Best Picture
Best Director – Kevin Costner
Best Adapted Screenplay – Michael Blake
Best Cinematography – Dean Semler
Best Film Editing – Neil Travis
Best Sound – Russell Williams II, Jeffrey Perkins, Bill W. Benton and Gregory H. Watkins
Best Original Score – John Barry

Well, I could see some of the white actors being sheepish about being in Dance With Wolves. That was a ridiculously slanted bit of propaganda. The only remotely good white people in that movie were the ones who were disassociated from white civilization.

Feb 18 13 03:59 pm Link

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Vintagevista

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Sun City, California, US

George C. Scott in the 1979 movie "Hardcore"

God that was awful.

Feb 19 13 04:56 pm Link

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John M Hoyt

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Greenville, South Carolina, US

Travolta in "Battlefield Earth"

Feb 19 13 09:00 pm Link

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Orca Bay Images

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Lodi, California, US

John M Hoyt wrote:
Travolta in "Battlefield Earth"

Probably not. He's still a faithful member of the cult, isn't he?

Feb 19 13 09:44 pm Link