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Old 11-02-2008, 08:40 PM   #16
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Does anyone know how Berry thought Catwoman was? It is regarded as one of the worst films ever and she accepted the Razzie Award for it in person.

Does she actually agree that "it sucks"?
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I take it Charlize never saw Aeon Flux, the sci fi stink bomb she made a few years back.


My least favorite of Theron's work is Trapped.
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Ford to Lucas when handed Star Wars script : "how can you write this s**t ?!"
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Audrey Hepburn never watched any of her films, but I don't know if she actually disliked them or not.

I've heard that John Stamos never liked working on Full House and always wished he was doing something else. That's kind of sad, really. Kind of ruins the show for me a little.

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Bob Saget also bashes Full House a lot. To be honest, as someone who loathes the show, I can see why Stamos and Saget don't want to be associated with it, especially Stamos who does a lot of serious work, but people always think of him as Uncle Jessie, when he's much more talented than that.
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Bob Hoskins once stated that Super Mario Brothers: The Movie is the embarrassment of his career.
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A few years ago I watched a special on Reese Witherspoon and she said that a few of her early movie roles weren't good choices.
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Bob Saget also bashes Full House a lot. To be honest, as someone who loathes the show, I can see why Stamos and Saget don't want to be associated with it, especially Stamos who does a lot of serious work, but people always think of him as Uncle Jessie, when he's much more talented than that.
I think the reason Saget doesn't want to be associated with Full House is because his stand up work is pretty shock value and he said in an interview that the child actors' parents on the Full House set complained a lot when he and Dave Coulier would tell dirty jokes.
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It has been said that Whoopi Goldberg was unhappy making Sister Act and she only agreed to make Sister Act 2 because the movie studio was going to make Sarafina. I read somewhere that she did like making Sister Act 2 and she liked the young actors that appeared in the movie.
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Actor Jeff Morrow was always ashamed of his 1957 flick, The Giant Claw (which WAS pretty cheesy ). Paul Newman also took out a full page ad in Variety back in the 1950s apologizing for his movie The Silver Chalice.
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It has been said that Whoopi Goldberg was unhappy making Sister Act and she only agreed to make Sister Act 2 because the movie studio was going to make Sarafina. I read somewhere that she did like making Sister Act 2 and she liked the young actors that appeared in the movie.
Yep, a young Lauryn Hill was in that.
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I remember Renee Zellweger raised some Hell when they re-released The Return Of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre in 1997.

Renee made the movie back in 1994 when she was an unknown and the film had a limited release then, but when she became a breakout star with Jerry McGuire, the producers of this terrible movie got it back in the theaters to cash in on Renee's new stardom.

The movie was released, but Renee wanted nothing to do with it.
Uh...Renee, did you ever watch The Bachelor (1999)?? That flick didn't do Chris O'Donnell any favors, either.
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back in 1961, Jackie Gleason did a T.V. show called "YOU'RE IN THE PICTURE" that was so bad, he came on T.V. and apoligized for it. A few years ago, I saw a biography on A & E of him, and they mentioned that and showed a clip of the show. While he was doing it, he looked at the camera and said something like "How'd I get involved in this ****"?

I think that Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould didn't like making the movie "MASH". I know at one point they tried to get Robert Altman, the director of it, fired saying that he would ruin their careers.


William Shatner said once that he's never watched himself on "STAR TREK" (the show). If that's true though, I don't know if it's because he doesn't like his performance or not.
I say "if" because in the introduction to a book that his daughter wrote about his experiences directing "STAR TREK 5" she say's how once when she was little, she walked into the living room and her parents were watching an episode of it.
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It always bugged me that Alec Guinness never cared for the role he played in Star Wars history. So many young people like myself began watching his other movies thanks to Star Wars. He created a whole new generation of fans.
I kind of figure that Sir Alec Guinness never fully understood the mania (he had never really been accostumed to that big, Hollywood blockbuster type of atmosphere) that the "Star Wars" franchise subsequently created. Guinness was also upset that most of the general public associated him with being Obi-Wan Kenobi than his other work.
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Yep, a young Lauryn Hill was in that.
Jennifer Love Hewitt was also in "Sister Act 2".
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