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Old 01-15-2009, 02:20 AM   #31
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Michael Caine has gone on record that he is aware that some of the movies that he has been in were terrible (e.g. "Jaws: The Revenge"). He only did them because he needed the money. Mickey Roruke also said that he really only did "Harley Davidson and the Marbolo Man" for the money.

Roger Moore has said that "A View to a Kill" is his least favorite of the James Bond movies that he starred in. In part, because he felt that at 58 years of age, he was way too old to be credible as 007. Secondly, Moore felt that the level of violence was getting out of hand.

While appearing on "Inside the Actors' Studio", Eddie Murphy said point blank, that he felt that the third "Beverly Hills Cop" movie was terrible. He also said that he hopes to make a fourth one as a way to make it up to the fans.
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Craig Embarrassed By Early Movie Roles
15 January 2009 4:20 AM, PST


James Bond star Daniel Craig was so ashamed of some of his early films he would hide them away at movie rental stores.

The Quantum of Solace actor admits some of his early roles were "crap" - and he would visit movie shops to try to get them taken off the shelves.

He tells U.S. TV chat show host Jon Stewart, "There was a time when I'd go into Blockbusters and if they had a film of mine on the shelf I used to throw it under the counter. They would always be back there next time."
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Old 01-15-2009, 11:17 PM   #33
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I think a lot of celebrities take bad movie roles early in their careers just to get exposure and experience.
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Old 01-22-2009, 08:19 PM   #34
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I think a lot of celebrities take bad movie roles early in their careers just to get exposure and experience.

Before the days of Seinfeld Julia-Louis Dreyfus was in a horror film TROLL. This was actually her feature appearance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSLhlWbRT_E
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Old 01-23-2009, 06:50 PM   #35
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Before the days of Seinfeld Julia-Louis Dreyfus was in a horror film TROLL. This was actually her feature appearance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSLhlWbRT_E

LOL pretty cool thanks for posting. She is one of my favorite actresses.
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Old 01-23-2009, 07:29 PM   #36
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From several interviews I've read, Shelley Hack (Charlie's Angels) was never crazy about her first big movie role in If Ever I See You Again (1978).
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:28 PM   #37
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I wonder how Jennifer Aniston feels about that Leprachaun movie she did? lol
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I wonder how Jennifer Aniston feels about that Leprachaun movie she did? lol

I kind of remember seeing an E special a few years back and one of her friends said she regretted doing the Leprachaun movie.
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I kind of remember seeing an E special a few years back and one of her friends said she regretted doing the Leprachaun movie.

I'd love to see a movie like this come out today. Do you picture any major studio production releasing something like this now?
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Also, didn't Paul Newman mention that he didn't watch his own movies, or something like that?

I do know that of all his movies, Paul Newman HATED The Silver Chalice. When it aired on TV he actually took out a full page add in the newspaper apologizing for it!

Rosie O'Donnell always admitted that "Exit to Eden" was a bad, bad movie that she never should have made.

Jon Stewart says quite candidly that he sucked in "Death to Smoochy."

Christopher Plummer (yes, Captain Von Trapp) was really annoyed with "The Sound of Music." He referred to it as "The Sound of Mucus." (I think he's warmed to it over the years though).

George Clooney offered to personally refund people who spent money to see "Batman and Robin."

And who could forget Tim Curry and "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"? He really, really, really doesn't want to be known for that film. Unfortunately, he is.
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L.L. Cool J said in an interview on Conan O'Brien that the film Rollerball "sucked."
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Wasn't Michael Moriarty (a multiple Emmy winner) in Troll 2? Though I've never heard of him speaking out against it, that has to be a step down.
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Wasn't Michael Moriarty (a multiple Emmy winner) in Troll 2? Though I've never heard of him speaking out against it, that has to be a step down.

No, he was in the original Troll.


Hard to believe but Sonny Bonno and Julia Louis-Dreyfus were in this as well.
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I wonder if Billy Crystal regretted being in My Giant.
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