Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by MichaelWinicki, Nov 15, 2019.
I saw this question on Reddit and thought it would be a good one here.
To me he's an untalented dwarf. lol
every one of his later movies that he's featured, the camera wants to keep focusing on his face as if it's a museum art sculpture.
Totally ruined it for me in Ghost Rider.
Tom Cruise is not too far down the road either and among my top 5.
LOL. I got to admit i literally laughed out loud.
I'm not a big Cage fan either.
I did like "Raising Arizona" but he plays sort of a doof in that film.
Cage has talent though, he's proved it many times.
Don't pay any attention to all those crap movies he churned out to pay off debts.
I think he got hurt in the Madoff disaster, but either way he needed money badly there for a few years.
I used to love his work, but ever since I heard how much of a curmudgeon he's become to those he works with, I've dodged his movies.
Jude Law, he just annoys me.
As for Cage, I like him but his career went the wrong way in the early 2000’s
Travolta. He could develop a true unifying theory between Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, and explain it so a 12 year old could understand it, and he'd still sound like an idiot to me.
He always plays a cocky little bass turd, so I don't mind him in movies like Top Gun, or anything that requires a cocky little bass turd, but he's one of those guys who never makes you forget he's an actor in a role. During the whole movie he's just Tom Cruise.
I used to think he was funny. But then, he released turd after turd, just mailing it in for a quick buck. He's insulted his fanbase so I actively avoid anything with his name on it at this point.
He turned into a money-grubbing disgrace.
He's in my top-5.
You're right, just one turd after another.
She always looks bored and irritated that she had to show up.
I read somewhere that the set locations of his movies depend on where he wants to go visit for a vacation. Nice work, if you can get it.
To me, he's the walking, talking example of the saying "a fool and his money are soon parted".
He puts out crap, and the fools continue to pay money to see it. Never realizing that he's insulting them while laughing all the way to the bank.
I haven't watched anything of his since Click. I would say I'm done with him for good, but TBH if a Happy Gilmore sequel came out, I'm there... even though it would probably be a garbage cash grab.
Sandler lost his appeal to me shortly after Just Go With It..
Will Ferrell, I do not think he's remotely funny. He's in comedies, he's supposed to be funny.