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Old 04-20-2019, 06:50 PM
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Actors or actresses you only like in one role only and dislike everything else they've done.


Title is pretty much self explanatory.

Ted Danson. I liked him as Sam Malone on Cheers and watched him for years. Anything else heís done over the years I dislike. I donít care for him acting at all.

John Travolta. I was never into his Vinnie Barbarino character or his Saturday Night Fever phase. The only thing I liked him in was Pulp Fiction. Everything after that was abysmal.
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Nick Cage is only good in Raising Arizona. Ok, and Leaving Las Vegas. Hate his guts in everything else.
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I usually don't like Stallone but I like the first Rocky and Rambo movies
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I don't like Stallone either, but I thought he was a hoot in Demolition Man.
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I like Sacha Baron Cohen when he's playing French characters in period pieces (Hugo, Les Miserables) and hate him in everything else.
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Jim Carrey is pretty good when he does drama.

He's terrible when he does comedy.
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It's not a matter of my hating him in everything else, but I don't think that Timothy Bottoms was very interesting except The Last Picture Show, a great film. This was the second movie that he was in. He was O.K. in the first movie he was in, Johnny Got His Gun, and the fifth movie he was in, The Paper Chase. The rest of his career has been in obscure films and T.V. shows which I mostly haven't seen. Later in his career someone noticed that he looked like George W. Bush, so he played him a couple of times. Most of my favorite films have little to do with a favorite actor being in them. It's just that the lead (and sometimes the other actors) are exactly right for that role. For instance, I can't imagine that Roddy Piper was particularly good in his other films, but he was so well cast in They Live that it's a great film.
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I thought Seth Rogan was brilliant in Knocked Up; don't much care for him in anything else.
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Old 04-20-2019, 08:41 PM
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Peter Facinelli was excellent in Fastlane. I haven't liked him in anything else.

The Fantastic Beasts movies are the only role I've ever seen Eddie Redmayne play that didn't make me roll my eyes over his smugness.
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In 1986, Jerry O'Connell played Vern in Stand By Me. He should have quit the business, one and done, on a high note.
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Will Ferrel in Elf.
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Old 04-20-2019, 10:17 PM
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Will Ferrell in Stranger Than Fiction, and I suppose, in a similar vein, Everything Must Go. Any of his other movies you would have to pay me to get me to see them again.
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I've seen Ted Danson in relatively few things, actually (Cheers, the 3 Men and a Baby franchise, Made in America), but I haven't really cared for his persona in anything in except The Good Place.

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Chris Tucker in Silver Linings Playbook.
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Old 04-21-2019, 06:18 AM
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Kevin Kline in Dave. Everything else, meh.
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Old 04-21-2019, 07:31 AM
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Jim Carrey is pretty good when he does drama.

He's terrible when he does comedy.
Yep. Watching him do comedy feels like watching someone have a manic breakdown. But I loved him in the Truman Show and he was pretty good in Eternal Sunshine. And now he's an anti-Vaxxer with some other very odd beliefs, which also puts me off him.
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Old 04-21-2019, 08:27 AM
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Ben Stiller.

Hilarious in Zoolander, dumb and plays literally the same character in every other movie.

Actually add Tropic Thunder to the mix, he was good in that too.
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I liked Melissa McCarthy in Mike & Molly but I can't bear her in films. When she's on network TV, she has to restrain herself somewhat but unleashed in an R rated film, she just becomes so much of a caricature that she's unwatchable.
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Old 04-21-2019, 11:22 AM
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Matthew McConaughey as 'Wooderson' in 'Dazed and Confused'.

Hell, Ben Affleck in the same film as well.
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Old 04-21-2019, 12:34 PM
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Nic Cage in Adaptation. Annoying as hell in any other movie he's been in.
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Al Pacino in Sea Of Love. Have never enjoyed or admired him in anything else.
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Nick Cage is only good in Raising Arizona. Ok, and Leaving Las Vegas. Hate his guts in everything else.
Saved it with the second choice. Leaving Las Vegas was the only thing Cage ever did that was even moderately acceptable.

Dave was his best, but Kevin Kline was pretty good in A Fish Called Wanda, too.

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Lucille Ball, while undeniably talented, nearly always played characters I didn't want to be in the room with. I did like her in Yours, Mine & Ours.

Jim Carrey makes my ears flatten but I can't imagine anyone else doing The Mask. He was born to do that role.

I don't tolerate Adam Sandler easily either, but he was quite good in Fifty First Dates.

I tend to find Arnold Schwarzenegger wooden and unexpressive and mechanical, and don't much care for the macho action flicks he tends to go in for, but The Terminator made an asset of his primary liabilities, and it was a complex thoughtful movie while still being a good action flick.

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...But I loved him in the Truman Show
Forgot about that one. Yeah he was good in that too.
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I thought Seth Rogan was brilliant in Knocked Up; don't much care for him in anything else.
I generally like his voice work, but haaate his live action work - the one exception being This Is the End.
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Title is pretty much self explanatory.

Ted Danson. I liked him as Sam Malone on Cheers and watched him for years. Anything else heís done over the years I dislike. I donít care for him acting at all.

John Travolta. I was never into his Vinnie Barbarino character or his Saturday Night Fever phase. The only thing I liked him in was Pulp Fiction. Everything after that was abysmal.
Dandson is terrific in The Good Place.

Travolta was great in Grease but bad in everything since then, including Pulp Fiction.


Allison Janney was great in the West Wing but sucks in Mom, and in fact it makes me sad and mad seeing her wasted in a second rate cheap sitcom.
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Lucille Ball, while undeniably talented, nearly always played characters I didn't want to be in the room with. I did like her in Yours, Mine & Ours.

Jim Carrey makes my ears flatten but I can't imagine anyone else doing The Mask. He was born to do that role.
As a Child I met her briefly at Disneyland, my Mom knew a Showbiz friend of hers so chatted her up. She was without entourage or even a plaid. She didnt seem at all like her character. She even bummed a cig from Mom. And called my Dad "handsome".

Yes, absolutely.

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Ted Danson. I liked him as Sam Malone on Cheers and watched him for years. Anything else heís done over the years I dislike. I donít care for him acting at all.
I'm ok with the fucked-up shit he did with Tim and Eric.

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Jim Carrey is pretty good when he does drama.
One of the most unwatchable roles I've ever seen was his in "Cable Guy", which I thought was more of a melodrama with uneven tones than a black comedy. De Niro succeeded as an obsessive in "Taxi Driver" and "King of Comedy"; Carrey, here, sure didn't.

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Marky Mark in Boogie Nights.
Also in "Departed", but other than that - yeah, disposbale.

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I though too much slime constantly oozed off him, there.
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Brad Pitt in Inglourious Basterds. Everything else has left me cold.
Brad Pitt was tolerable in "Tree of Life", and "Seven". That's it.

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It's possible I could be the only "Anchorman" fan here. Heh, I can deal with that. (saw only the first - no intention of seeing the others, though.)

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Nic Cage in Adaptation. Annoying as hell in any other movie he's been in.
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Fine, then, I'll allow those two as well, but that's it.

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Al Pacino in Sea Of Love. Have never enjoyed or admired him in anything else.
Really? The Panic in Needle Park? The Godfathers I and II? No? A slightly shorter version of him shows the value of his master classes.

Peter Sellars might get a six out of ten in the Pink Panthers and "The Party", but in "Being There" - 11 out of 10.

Sean Connery in "Zardoz" was the only cool thing he did.

Christain Bale - "American Psycho".

Greg Kinnear - "Auto Focus"

Malcolm McDowell - "Clockwork 'Orange"

"Johnny Guitar" is the only tolerable Joan Crawford thing.
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Peter Sellars might get a six out of ten in the Pink Panthers and "The Party", but in "Being There" - 11 out of 10.

Sean Connery in "Zardoz" was the only cool thing he did.
Agree on "Being There", wondering if we're being whooshed on Zardoz...

you do know there was a James Bond better than George Lazenby, right?
Hint: he dressed better than that Zardoz loincloth.
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Jennifer Tilly didn't suck in "Bullets Over Broadway", but otherwise has no business being in the acting game.

Melanie Griffith in "Nobody's Fool".
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Agree on "Being There", wondering if we're being whooshed on Zardoz...

you do know there was a James Bond better than George Lazenby, right?
Hint: he dressed better than that Zardoz loincloth.
A lot of what I say is silly-goosery, especially when augmented with a , and I stand corrected on Sellars - he was also top drawer in his three roles in Dr. Stangelove.

The Bonds seem to meld and morph in my mind as one big suaveness.

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Jennifer Tilly didn't suck in "Bullets Over Broadway", but otherwise has no business being in the acting game.

Melanie Griffith in "Nobody's Fool".
I liked Tilly in "Second Best" and I thought Griffiths totally rocked in "Something Wild".
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Ashton Kutcher. I've pretty much hated him in everything he's ever done. He's either playing an annoying idiot or he's playing somebody who's supposed to be smart but still comes off as an idiot.

But I really liked him in No Strings Attached.
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I liked Tilly in "Second Best"
I'd also recommend Bound.
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Really? The Panic in Needle Park? The Godfathers I and II? No?
Nope. Not even the GF's. Surprises me too. He's so highly regarded by public and peers, I know I'm missing something, but I just don't get it. For some reason, Sea Of Love, which I thought was a good but unremarkable film, is the only time I've ever seen what others admire so much in him.
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Peter Sellers absolutely nailed the role of Chance in Being There. His other work, I can do without, with the exception of Dr. Strangelove. I like Dr. Strangelove, but it's not because of Sellers. But Being There--Sellers was perfect.

Another vote for Wil Ferrell in Elf. He got it, he understood the role perfectly; but he didn't quite seem to in his other movies.
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I despise Tom Cruise, but he was good in Rain Man, mostly because he let Dustin Hoffman tak eover the movie.

John Travolta stank in Grease. Notice he is usually singing and dancing by himself. During the Greased Lightning sequence, Jeff Conway totally upstages him.
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James Spader in The Blacklist is excellent. James Spader elsewhere is like watching James Spader actively resenting that he won the audition for the casting call for James Spader types.
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Adam Sandler is unwatchable in everything except for Punch Drunk Love.
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Keira Knightley's name on the marquee can keep me from a movie. Going all the way back to the first Pirates of the Caribbean, I thought "does this girl only have the one facial expression?" I knew she was playing a damsel in distress who is actually somewhat of a bad ass, but surely there are other ways to portray that than permanent jaw clenching. Then I realized it's because that's just how her face is constructed. Not her fault but I find it too distracting. Except for some reason I really liked her in Atonement.
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David Spade's name on the poster (and the stupid title) kept me away from The Emperor's New Groove for years, but when I eventually saw it I loved it. Easily the best non-Pixar thing from Disney in the aughts. It's the only time I've ever found him to be funny. Everything else - sitcoms, SNL, movies, commercials - I just want to punch that I'm-cooler-than-everyone-else smirk off his face.

Maybe that was what helped - it was voice acting and I didn't have to look at him.

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This is pretty much how I feel about Matthew Broderick and WarGames, even though I know he did stuff before it.

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