Movie 43 is out in the cinemas - how did so many big stars get involved in this car-crash of a comedy?

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  • Comment number 151. Posted by Filmy Champs

    on 11 Mar 2013 20:24

    Totally agree with you on this movie! I cant even believe all these actors/ actresses would agree to doing this!
    If you are interested here my blog http://filmchatrr.blogspot.ca/ I also give my opinion on the movie.

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  • Comment number 150. Posted by kaaliz

    on 15 Feb 2013 00:59

    Everyone in Cosmopolis!

    I was really looking forward to this film, but it has to go down in history as one of the dullest movies ever. Juliette Binoche, Samantha Morton and a whole slew of other respected actors get in Robert Pattinson's car, spout ten minutes of unintelligible nonsense, then leave. Pretentious crap.

    As to why? I suppose Cronenberg's name still carries some weight, or it did until this mess.

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  • Comment number 149. Posted by GShev

    on 10 Feb 2013 23:35

    Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud, Malcolm McDowell and Helen Mirren in Caligula.

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  • Comment number 148. Posted by Tarek Sursock

    on 8 Feb 2013 11:45

    Dear Dr.,

    Last last film that made me what to disappear out of my seat in a movie theatre was "Good luck chuck". There was absolutely nothing funny about that film. I felt so imbaressed watching it, I started sinking deep into my seat. The only reason I didn't leave the theater was because I was sitting next to a girlfriend. I never watched another Dane Cook movie after that.. had he been in anything since?

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  • Comment number 147. Posted by Kenny Park

    on 8 Feb 2013 09:41

    No question: Joe Pesci in Moonwalker, the Michael Jackson film.

    As for ‘What have they got on him?’ I once saw a making-of where they asked him on set why he was in it. He replied that he owed (Jackson's then manager) Frank DiLeo a favour. DiLeo, if you recall, had a small part in Goodfellas (as Tuddy Cicero), so whether Pesci was using some mafia euphemism is not for me to say.

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  • Comment number 146. Posted by Chrisydoh

    on 7 Feb 2013 18:44

    Jeremy Irons in dungeons and dragons. This was a movie that kids from the late 70's early 80's who had spent hours and hours playing this game around a table using nothing but our imagination had wanted to be made for a long time. However, when it arrived the movie was dire. But worse than that was Iron's performance. For an actor of his quality this was embarrassing to watch. It appeared that he'd not prepared for the role whatsoever which led you to believe that he probably only did it for a quick cash injection and learnt his lines seconds before. I hated the movie but found his performance utterly woeful and an insult to any movie-goer.

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  • Comment number 145. Posted by jasterixstrange

    on 7 Feb 2013 15:39

    This film is exactly what Pirate Bay was made for!

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  • Comment number 144. Posted by ChaosReigns88

    on 5 Feb 2013 17:42

    I'm often baffled why Jim Carrey signs on for things such as Mr. Popper's Penguins and Fun With Dick and Jane, when it was such a struggle getting him on board for Kick Ass 2. The first one was Nicolas Cage's only good film of the decade, it showed that even he makes the right decision once in a while.

    Otherwise, Jack Nicholson in Anger Management
    Everyone who cameo'd in Ocean's Twelve, particularly Bruce Willis
    Brad Pitt in Troy and Mr & Mrs Smith
    Gary Oldman in Red Riding Hood
    John Hurt in Immortals, Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
    Colin Firth in Gambit
    Mark Strong in John Carter

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  • Comment number 143. Posted by Lewimotron_25

    on 4 Feb 2013 20:09

    Well... It's an easy target, but Ray Liotta in Revolver. Ever since he stood there in nothing but those ludicrous, leopard-skin pants, I can't imagine him being taken seriously as an actor again anytime soon!

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  • Comment number 142. Posted by denilzon

    on 4 Feb 2013 15:22

    Well, brilliant movies don't come around everyday, so it is naturally that every great movie an actor stars in goes along with at least one or two mediocre or even outright bad movies, just to keep the income flowing. And occasionally the offer/pay is just to good to reject. All that is understandable. Especially if the movies were made before they gained fame.
    BUT such "acclaimed" and award winning actors as in this case, who have made a name for themselves and their names are something close to a brand. Why on earth would anyone of those actors damage their name with this? I mean it can't be money or missing publicity, they sure are all still well in demand!?!
    And I really can't think of anything comparable.

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