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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman
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    ....Keanu Reeves shite as well, but he's just classic in Point Break, you gotta love that movie for its cheesiness and he fits in so well!
    Yeah, "Point Break" was cheesy.

    Johnny Utah!

    Remember the end when he jump out of an airplaine - without parachute - and catches the guy with the parachute in mid-air?


    Utter tripe, mate.
    He bats for both teams ...so i've heard.

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    You should check out Bruce Willis' early feature films for someone who was unable to act his way out of a paper bag.


    I acted in a few TV ads here in Thailand in 2002-03. I was bloody wooden as hell.

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    Steve Martin is about as much use as mudflaps on a tortoise.

    I have no idea why his films sell and apparently to work with he his very very strange and very pale, almost an albino - nothing wrong with that but the fact is he has never ever curled a smile from me and I've seen most of his films (reluctantly) - he is about as funny as a glass of water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp
    Steve Martin is about as much use as mudflaps on a tortoise.

    I have no idea why his films sell and apparently to work with he his very very strange and very pale, almost an albino - nothing wrong with that but the fact is he has never ever curled a smile from me and I've seen most of his films (reluctantly) - he is about as funny as a glass of water.
    the man with two brains or the woman with two brains was a little funny.

    I find water to be very,very funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp
    Steve Martin is about as much use as mudflaps on a tortoise.

    I have no idea why his films sell and apparently to work with he his very very strange and very pale, almost an albino - nothing wrong with that but the fact is he has never ever curled a smile from me and I've seen most of his films (reluctantly) - he is about as funny as a glass of water.
    You should check out his stand-ip comedy dvd.

    He's a very talented artist and his early films poineered a trend of off the wall comedy flicks from hollywood, methinks..

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    Lately Steve Martin just seems to do the tame run-of-the-mill, 'Oh no, the dog's run away with my trousers' type of film.....at the end the dog comes back with a better pair of trousers and everyone's happy, because everyone learned something

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    ^agreed.

    He's best stuff is in the past, and he's cashing in on it ..

    can't blame him.
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    For me, Kevin Costner has always been the one who stuck out as a boring actor. Like Christian and Keanu, he's had some good roles, good flicks. But in most of his movies, he's wooden and about as interesting as styrofoam (I have a feeling someone here is going to say, "I like styrofoam.")

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    I saw a Steven Seagal film on UBC the other day. It was amazing! It was called "Above The Law" and in it he plays exactly the same type of character as he plays in "Out For Justice" and "Out For A Kill", etc... he was even killing/beating to a pulp the same actors as in his later films. In fact, as the film was made in 1988, the only difference was his pony tail was only about two inches long.

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    Matt Damon isn't a great actor either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyZ
    For me, Kevin Costner has always been the one who stuck out as a boring actor. Like Christian and Keanu, he's had some good roles, good flicks. But in most of his movies, he's wooden and about as interesting as styrofoam (I have a feeling someone here is going to say, "I like styrofoam.")
    I am not a Costner fan either but I love that movie he made called "Tin Cup". It was really funny.

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    Steve Martin was terrible as Inspector Clouseau, compared with the sublime Peter Sellars.

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    What about Hugh Grant? A one trick pony if ever there was one - can only play himself. Mildly amusing at first but wears a bit thin after a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDN
    I saw a Steven Seagal film on UBC the other day. It was amazing! It was called "Above The Law" and in it he plays exactly the same type of character as he plays in "Out For Justice" and "Out For A Kill", etc... he was even killing/beating to a pulp the same actors as in his later films. In fact, as the film was made in 1988, the only difference was his pony tail was only about two inches long.
    I was going to mention Segal when I came to your post. Not only are his films all the same (ex-special ops out to save someone/something all by himself), he can't act for shit. He runs like a girl, walks like he's got a pole up his backside and the fighting, which was pretty good in his earlier movies, is getting lamer by the film.
    Any error in tact, fact or spelling is purely due to transmissional errors...

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    ^^ I never understood what Hugh Grant's ex-missus....whose name escapes me.....was supposed to be famous for.

    I think that the Bealtes songs are middle-of-the-road tosh.

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    I think she was a model

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunchie
    I think she was a model
    Elizabeth Hurley. She's been an actress since the 80's. He's been a wanker all his life:


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    Quote Originally Posted by danbo
    ....I think that the Bealtes songs are middle-of-the-road tosh.
    I guess you were not a teenager in the 60's? You have to have lived it to really appreciate the Mersey Sound, Tamla Motown, etc and all the stuff that was totally new - new to everyone's ears, not just mine.

    The Kinks' "You Really Got Me" & "All Day And All Of The Night", The Stones' "Satisfaction", "It's All Over Now" & "The Last Time", The Beatles "I Feel Fine" - nobody had played guitars like that before.

    I think whichever decade you grew up in as a teenager usually becomes YOUR type of music. Something to do with puberty, I think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDN
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    I think she was a model
    Elizabeth Hurley. She's been an actress since the 80's. He's been a wanker all his life:
    I'd give 'er one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
    Quote Originally Posted by RDN
    Quote Originally Posted by Crunchie
    I think she was a model
    Elizabeth Hurley. She's been an actress since the 80's. He's been a wanker all his life:
    I'd give 'er one.
    I'd give her as many as I could before I had a heart attack.




    Then I'd have a heart transplant and go back for more.

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