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    Which performance and why?

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    Marion Cotillard in The Dark Knight Rises. She should have played Catwoman in my opinion.

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    Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner & Robert DeNiro – all those horrid Focker movies.

    Robert DeNiro – with the exception of Silver Linings Playbook & City by the Sea, every movie he made after Wa the Dog.

    Dustin Hoffman – Rain Man
    Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump
    Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York
    Shirley MacLaine – Bernie
    Warren Beatty – Town & Country
    Woody Allen – Café Society (his very bored-sounding voice over narration was horrible)

    Bette Midler – Jinxed
    Tom Cruise – every film where he carries some kind of a gun

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    Woody Allen – Café Society (his very bored-sounding voice over narration was horrible)

    He’s not an acclaimed ACTOR.

    Jennifer Lawrence in Joy. I don’t think she’s a good actress, but even for her that was very amateurish.

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    To name a few…

    Marlon Brando – The Island of Dr. Moreau
    Michael Caine – The Island
    Robert De Niro – Bad Grandpa
    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Man in the Iron Mask
    Faye Dunaway – Dunston Checks In
    Harrison Ford – Hollywood Homicide
    Gene Hackman – Welcome to Mooseport
    Tom Hanks – The Da Vinci Code
    Dustin Hoffman/Barbra Streisand – Meet the Fockers/Little Fockers
    Diane Keaton – Because I Said So
    Shirley MacLaine – Cannonball Run II
    Paul Newman – Harry & Son
    Jack Nicholson – Anger Management
    Al Pacino – Jack & Julie
    Gena Rowlands – The Skeleton Key
    Susan Sarandon – Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
    Meryl Streep – Mamma Mia!
    Elizabeth Taylor – BUtterfield 8

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    Woody Allen is acclaimed for his writing and directing, not acting. If you disagree, please tell me when did he get praised for his acting chops.

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    Thank God I wasn’t the only one who thought that Marion Cotillard was awful in Dark Knight Rises.

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    Just listing the ten first thespians that randomly come to my mind:

    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Man in the Iron Mask
    Robert De Niro – Analyze That (he’s probably a lot worse in many of his latter-day comedies but I haven’t seen almost any of them)
    Lauren Bacall – Presence of Mind
    Meryl Streep – Stuck on You
    Marilyn Monroe – There’s No Business Like Show Business
    Ingrid Bergman – Anastasia
    Jodie Foster – Maverick
    Brad Pitt – Seven Years in Tibet
    Cary Grant – She Done Him Wrong
    Nicole Kidman – Batman Forever

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    Jeff Bridges – R.I.P.D.
    Nicolas Cage – The Wicker Man
    Richard Dreyfuss – Krippendorf’s Tribe
    Paul Giamatti – Lady in the Water
    Anthony Hopkins – Bad Company
    William Hurt – Lost in Space
    Angelina Jolie – Alexander
    Julianne Moore – Seventh Son
    Will Smith – After Earth
    Kevin Spacey – Nine Lives
    Charlize Theron – Aeon Flux
    John Travolta – Battlefield Earth
    Naomi Watts – Diana
    Robin Williams – Old Dogs
    Kate Winslet – The Life of David Gale

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    How nobody has mentioned George Clooney in Batman & Robin? easily the worst performance I’ve seen of him.

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    I would say Sean Connery in The Avengers..

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    Just came across this recent video of my girl Marion Cotillard talking about that infamous scene in Dark Knight Rises while doing press for Allied in France. You can see in her eyes that it still bothers her, which is how every great actress should react. Link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=FQS0y95yAL0

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