Although Connery can still walk unaided, surely he is still within (the lower end of) her target age range?
Perfectly believable :P
Natalie Portman and Hayden Christensen have been voted "the movie couple with the most unconvincing on-screen chemistry" for failing to spark in Attack of the Clones. The poll of 3,000 film buffs, carrried out by cinema ad outfit Pearl & Dean, also honoured Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez for Gigli with second place, while the …
I'm surprised by Brokeback Mountain appearing in there - I thought it was perfectly convincing, especially compared to the likes of Titanic. The limits of romance there were along the lines of 'Rose!'...'Jack!'...'Rose!'...'Jack!'...'Rose!'
Pleeeeeeeease bring back Rotting Dog, it was highly entertaining. Especially when people thought it was real.
1. Hayden Christensen = can't act
2. Ben Affleck = can't act and Jennifer Lopez = can't act
3. Orlando Bloom = can't act
4. Madonna = can't act
5. Catherine Zeta Jones = can't act and Sean Connery = can act but only 1 character in different forms.
6. Hugh Grant = bloody irritating and Andie MacDowell = can't act
7. Ben Affleck = can't act
8. Tom Cruise = can't act
I would say all of them are doing something right (at least once), apart from modonna that is. Anyway its about the onscreen chemistry, not about if they can act or not, but anyway
Jennifer Lopez in "Out of Sight" - Good film and lots of chemistry
Tom Cruise in "Top Gun" - Damn this is one hell of a classic!!
Andie MacDowell in "Groundhog Day" - Yet another classic.
Natalie Portman in "V for Vendetta" - I was very suprised by this film, I was expecting it to be a bad action flick (Aeon Flux), turned out to be very well thought out film.
Neve Campbell+Denise Richards in "Wild Things" - (Just throwing this in here) Even though most people think of the scenes with them two making out, the film in total was the best thing I have ever seen.
.... talking about Brokeback! You're all Gay :-)
I have tried to like Nat Port in all of her films - Leon excepted - her acting ability sucks. But then Leon had tons of stuff going for it anyway, a classic that [I agree] couldn't be made today.
Next up - Eyes Wide Shut - excellent movie, even if the original Mr Wooden himself played a lead role.
I just guess it goes to show that a good script or yarn can actually carry a movie no matter how carp their actors are.
I cant say i'm surprised about that one.
I think anyone would have a hard time getting into a frame of mind that included being romantic with Mr Bloom.
Good acting generally takes more than 3 facial expressions and lots of hot air...but bless, i don't think anyone has had the heart to point that out to him yet..
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