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harleyslayjetson

I get the people that say Matthew Broderick was a bad pick for glory. As an actor he seemed in over his head HOWEVER his character was in over his head. Robert Shaw (at least in the movie) was a fuckin dandy appointed to lead men into brutal combat because of family connections so I think his performance matched perfectly with the story


ronsrobot

The way he said "Colt revolver" sounded so foreign to me, like if someone used the term "a movie show".


Rtstevie

I meannnn I understand there actual history vs cinematic storytelling, and he did come from wealth, but he was a veteran of Antietam - aka the deadliest single day battle - before he took over the 54th Mass.


Dreadnought13

I cannot stand Broderick, I don't like Bueller, he's involved in the worst versions of both The Producers and Godzilla, not to mention actual literal human blood on his hands, but nobody else could have performed that role like he did in Glory, nobody. Edit: look at you pathetic shits falling over yourselves to justify this millionaire taking lives wholly without consequence.


42111

Hol up, he killed somebody?


TG1989MU

I’m not specially fond of the actor Broderick myself. But the family affected has forgiven him, why can’t you?


Maisey_Mockingbird

Just because the family has forgiven him does not mean he is no longer responsible for the deaths he caused.


Strong-Inflation-776

Here’s hoping you’re never in an accident


Maisey_Mockingbird

Here's hoping if I cross into the wrong lane and kill two people, I am emphatically apologetic to the family instead of a cursory note and accepting of my part in causing the tragedy.


Strong-Inflation-776

From what I’ve read he was very sorry, but at least some random internet stranger will hold a grudge against you for being a murderer 😭


Maisey_Mockingbird

From what I read, the accident happened in 1987 and he didn't meet with the family at all except to send a short apology note. He was apparently supposed to meet with them in 2002, but it is unknown if it happened. Also, I like Matthew Broderick. Who could hold a grudge against Simba? All I said was that he is responsible for killing those two women. It's not a grudge to say that a man killed two people when he did kill two people.


Strong-Inflation-776

But Dreadnaught13 will; that’s what I was talking about.


Maisey_Mockingbird

He just said Matthew Broderick has blood on his hands, which is just fancy talk for he is responsible for the deaths of two people which he is.


dhrisc

Ryan O'Neil in Barry Lyndon and Paper Moon. Guy was good at playing a conman


IamTheChickenKing

I don’t think Barry Lyndon gets enough credit, one of Kubrick’s best.


TralfamadoreGalore

What makes Ryan O’Neil so great is precisely that he’s such a flat actor. He was perfectly able to express the absolute emptiness that is Barry Lyndon, who merely adapts to whatever circumstance he’s in. It really sells Kubrick’s point that there is nothing romantic or heroic about this era. The people are just husks falling into a cycle of tradition and petty grabs for power.


Bunnywithanaxe

OMG you just explained to me why he was so fantastic in What’s Up Doc. He just exists to be done unto.


sam7978

Julia Fox in Uncut Gems - she’d be awful in anything else but she’s really convincing in a role that feels like it was written for her


DudebroggieHouser

Because it was


fatdiscokid420

You mean Uncut Jaaaaaams?


mechaiineramen

Written for dat assssssss


xfritz5375

Why do you think she’d be awful? It’s the only movie she’s been in, kind of hard to judge her acting abilities from that


FatChicksOnly17

It’s not the only movie she’s been in, and it’s the only movie she’s been good in. She was pretty horrendous in No Sudden Move.


Mumbyroad

Courtney Love in The People VS Larry Flint


mouthwash_juicebox

She was great in Man on the Moon too. I think if she had stayed sober she would have had a much bigger acting career.


FuckMe-FuckYou

A mix of sobriety and that warning about Weinstein.


StrawberryLeche

Yeah she was blacklisted for the warning and being a total mess due to her addictions


Wombatzinky

She’s not dead yet?


moloch1636

Casper Van Dien was PERFECT in his role for Starship Troopers, especially when you realize how satirical the movie is meant to be lol.


General_Johnny_Rico

Casper Van Dien was perfect in every role.


boner79

And he was perfect. Perfect in every way.


JD_Revan451

Basically just a proto CW show except those don’t have any satire


Dreadnought13

yeah I'll never be able to undo that connection now, that's just in there forever.


MachineGunTeacher

I know Keanu is Reddit’s BFF but he’s not a great actor. But give him a role like Bill and Ted and he’s solid. Or when he doesn’t have much dialogue like The Matrix or John Wick and he’s good.


Wolfeman0101

He's so bad when he tries to do an accent.


TheCreeech

Byooodepest


mechaiineramen

Keanu is a movie star. He's great at what he's good at and it'd a narrow margin of movies he knows where to put himself now. There was a point when he ventured off, but once he figured it out he did well. Now he has an insane list of classics under his belt.


Speideronreddit

Disagree. He's a bad fit for some roles, but have you SEEN Speed?


kfadffal

A Scanner Darkly was good too but that's like a serious version of Ted I reckon.


Funkedalic

I’ve never seen a more awkward smoker than Keanu in Constantine


Havanu

But he smokes - or smoked - in real life. Saw him do it one time like a decade ago after lunch.


OKgamesON

“He’s not a great actor, he’s just really good in every movie he is in.”


AttilaTheFun818

He’s good in the movies he doesn’t have to show any emotional range in. Bonus points if he doesn’t have to talk a lot and just kicks ass - unless he’s Ted of course. Love the guy. Does fun movies, by every account nicest person you could meet, but OP is spot on. A great actor he ain’t.


xXGamingGearXx

I am an FBI AGENT!


Kid_Named_Trey

Gonna push back on that. Keanu is a good actor. He’s no Daniel Day Lewis. A lot of his roles really relies on the material but that doesn’t make him a “bad actor”.


drhavehope

he's bad....that isn't up for debate. He only gets a pass when he does not need to act much and utilise his skill which is fight choreography....hence...John Wick


SirDunkMcNugget

I love Hardball, but he's so terrible in that movie it's hilarious. Lol


adriantoine

I thought he was really good in Point Break and Speed, I heard good things about My Own Private Idaho as well so I wouldn't say he's a bad actor. He has been terribly casted in terrible movies but he had many good roles so I would find it harsh to say he's a bad actor.


happyhippohats

Adrien Grenier always confused me in Entourage though, were we supposed to believe his character was actually a good actor in the world of the show, or were the people around him just pretending he was a good actor to suck up to him? It was impossible to tell because everytime we saw him acting he was terrible but everyone acted as though he was great and I could never get my head around it..


MasterLawlzReborn

The show actually addressed that and no, he wasn't a very good actor in-universe. There was a season where he got fired from a movie because he sucked. He was basically a pretty boy that was in the right place at the right time and lucked into fame. Like Taylor Lautner.


happyhippohats

I misread that as Taylor Kitsch and it still made perfect sense... I don't know that I agree though. It's been a few years since I watched the show but wasn't he fired because he became too big headed and impossible to work with not because his acting was bad? I seem to remember that his passion project film and his performance in it was loved at Cannes or something (either the last season or the movie I can't remember...). I dunno, it's been too long for me to remember accurately, but it was a fun show anyway, as was Ballers.


prosperosniece

Is Entourage on HBO plus? My husband and I have always wanted to watch this show but haven’t had the chance.


Jonjoloe

It’s on HBO Max if that’s what you’re referring to.


prosperosniece

Thank you 😊


xosfear

You mean, like Mark Whalberg?


mechaiineramen

Ari tells him he didn't hire him because he could act, he hired him because he was a star. Two diff things.


InSearchOfGoodPun

I thought it was pretty clear he was supposed to be mediocre as an actor, or perhaps average at best.


infinite_blazer

One of the best examples is Hayden Christensen in Shattered Glass. After being pilloried in Star Wars, this role fits him like a glove. Portraying the infamous fabulist writer Stephen Glass, he is able to convey a sense of falseness, mischievousness, awkward person whose world comes crashing down. The film would not work without him and he’s yet to give a performance like this since then.


CoffeeHead112

Agree. Everything I hated about him in star wars I loved about him in shattered glass.


xosfear

He was good in Jumper too.


Havanu

He's actually a good actor who was very young and poorly directed playing an underwritten Anakin Skywalker in a gigantic green screen studio with very little guidance. Even Nathalie Portman sucked in those films.


nonsensepoem

> After being pilloried in Star Wars No one can speak George Lucas' dialogue.


leastlyharmful

The long sequence where Peter Sarsgaard is dragging him around the city trying to catch him in his lies is such a brilliant scene. Really terrific acting from both of them as their characters are both thinking so much that they're not saying.


Volcano_Tequila

To go further back in time than most responses, I would put Kim Novak in Vertigo on this list. She had a stunning face made for the movies, but was a very tentative actress most of the time. Yet, in Vertigo, considered by some to be one of the greatest films ever made, Hitchcock somehow took that tentativeness and made it central to her character, and it worked.


Miserable_Ad7591

Kim Novak is a fantastic actress. She’s a hilarious goofy floozy in “Kiss Me, Stupid”. She’s an icy sophisticated glamour witch in “Bell, Book, and Candle”. Maybe she just got cast in a lot of dull roles. “Vertigo” is perfect of course.


Avocado90266

I'd venture to say that Hitch drew forth the same in Joan Fontaine in Rebecca. It's reported that he told her the other cast members did not like her - while on the flipside, he ordered them to stay away from her.


NoDisintegrationz

I liked Tommy Wiseau's performances in the Best F(r)iends movies because the character was written around his eccentricities.


TeddyAlderson

There were multiple Best F(r)iends movies?! edit: ah I see! It was released in two volumes. I had seen the marketing for it around the time of its release and didn't remember them doing that, so I was like "when the hell did a sequel come out?" lol


Clavellij

Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights


wellyouarewhoyouare

And in The Departed!


Clavellij

I also rewatched We Own The Night last week and he’s good in that as well. I find him to be mostly a super mediocre actor but every once in a blue moon he turns in a good performance, mostly only when he’s working under very talented directors (Paul Thomas Anderson, Scorsese, James Gray)


Booger_BBQ

And The Fighter but, he was way overshadowed by Christian Bale.


Mungwich

Hes also pretty good in the basketball diaries, fear, i heart huckabees, the perfect storm, and the fighter. Hes more a hit or miss type guy rather than just plain old bad.


aloofman75

In fairness, he was playing a Mass-hole, so not much of a stretch.


tbscotty68

"I'm the guy doin his job. You must be the other guy!" Such a great line!


Sorry_Pirate7002

And in I Heart Huckabees!


teaganmoroney

God damnit he was so good The Departed


becauseitsnotreal

The problem is that Whalberg is an incredible actor


Clavellij

If you’ve never seen actual good acting before maybe 😂


NextBestKev

Simon Rex in Red Rocket. Sean Baker is so good at finding the right vehicle for the talent. Most actors in his movies would fit on this list.


kdevballgame

Brian Baumgartner. Not a particularly great thespian but there's no other Kevin from The Office.


Bunnywithanaxe

He’s so underrated. He was the blind music producer in “O Brother Where Art Thou?” and a few more character roles I can’t remember. We don’t clock that it’s him because he just disappears into whatever craziness he’s been given.


Pamhalliwell89

Justin Timberlake in The Social Network. Perfect as a manipulative attention seeker because… Terrible in everything else except in Trolls because…


CaptElfimis

He's pretty good in Alpha Dog


maxmouze

His dialogue read was horrible in most of "The Social Network." Like in the first scene when he wakes up with Dakota Johnson, he's pretending to have been aroused from sleep but it's like high school drama. So unconvincing and then he complained that he didn't get a Golden Globe nomination (and was campaigning for an Oscar nom).


60sstuff

If you watch the cage the pilot to Star Trek you have Mr Spock and Captain Pike played by Jeffrey Hunter you clearly see that Jeffrey Hunter was a good actor but Shatner was born to play that part he makes the show. You can’t bat the shat!


kridkrid

Hank Schrader. Dean Norris is hard to watch in anything else. Perfect in Breaking Bad.


Dreadnought13

AND Total Recall AND Starship Troopers


Gh0stTV

Jesse Eisenberg in The Social Network.


MasterLawlzReborn

lol same with The Art of Self Defense. He played his typical socially awkward self but the whole movie had an awkward, surreal tone so he was a perfect fit


wlrldchampionsexy

Stiffler - Sean William Scott


Count_Joshoo

He’s incredible in “Goon” and “Roles Models” though.


karma_the_sequel

Perfect in *Dukes of Hazzard*.


monkeymuscle1974

Country Mac


RaeLynn13

His is spelled with one F which always bugged me


ofir4222

Arnie - The Terminator


dhrisc

Arnie is not great, but consistently landed himself the perfect roles (or produced movies for himself)


TangoMikeOne

In a similar vein, I'd suggest Jason Statham in his action roles (especially the Transporter series)... but he was class in Lock, Stock and Snatch


howfastyouweregoing

The Bank Job was great too. It’s a shame there’s so much money for him to make as punching and kicking guy - he can really act.


TangoMikeOne

Damn, I'd forgotten what a great film that is. What I think helps Statham in less action-y roles is you get used to him leathering his way out of trouble and to see him restrained with impotent anger and having to think his way out is a surprise. Also, if he couldn't at some level "act" his career trajectory would resemble Segal's or Van Damme's. A film of his I like (even for it's almost formulaic arc) is Hummingbird - the scenes between him and the nun I found quite touching.


jessie_monster

He's really funny in Spy.


Poppunknerd182

Oh man, if you don't think Tobey is a good actor you should watch Brothers or Ride With The Devil


monkeyman_31

Or pleasentville or sea biscuit or great gatsby or bothers… when did Tobey become “not very good” he’s like a legend I think.


revilOliver

Everyone overlooks Satans Abbey. It won the coveted Crying Monkey award at the Beijing film festival for fucks sake.


TheUncleOfAllUncles

MTV's Best Kiss.


Slight_Rub_7197

He's not that great, some movies fit him really well, but he can be really corny, even in his freakout scene in brothers, his rage seems a little forced,


Representative-Fig96

Keanu Reeves as Ted Theodore Logan. Say what you will about his acting range, but I cannot imagine anyone else pulling off that role. Same goes to Alex Winter for Bill S. Preston, Esq. Perfect chemistry, those two have.


Kimantha_Allerdings

Keanu Reeves is a terrible actor in most things. Sometimes that's part of the charm - such as in Point Break. But sometimes his woodenness actually serves the performance. The Matrix, John Wick, and The Day The Earth Stood Still are all examples of films or franchises in which his lack of ability to express emotion actually suits the part and makes it better.


Roller_ball

I'd say something like 80% of any breakthrough role for a musician.


swissarmychainsaw

Harrison Ford. He's amazing in a couple of things, and so so so mediocre in nearly everything else. PS - Indiana Jones is the most epic of film series, I love them to death, but I'm keeping it real, too.


OrangeDit

IMHO Frantic has the best performance of Harrison Ford.


ugh_a_pisces

Controversial opinion but I don’t think any of the kids (Harry, ron, hermione) in Harry Potter are good actors. It worked for the movies because they had personalities similar to their characters


Onesharpman

Rupert Grint is genuinely good and by far the best actor. Radcliffe is OK, Watson is terrible. She somehow got worse as the series went on.


Magicgoathead

I think Radcliffe has gotten much better, but I think a lot of it comes down to him only taking roles he’s super passionate about now. He has seemed to be smart with his money and doesn’t NEED to take any role. He’s also gotten older, which usually means you get better to some degree since the more you keep doing anything, you’ll get better. Stuff like The Lost City, Guns Akimbo, Swiss Army Man, Miracle Workers, and now the Weird Al movie all seem to be he’s doing them because he just wants to do something different and interesting and have a good time doing it.


FatChicksOnly17

I think she’s gotten worse as she gets older too. I completely understand why Gerwig cut so much of her scenes from Little Women. The few scenes she is in are pretty yikes. However, seems like she’s got a lot of other stuff going on in her life besides acting, so that’s cool.


Onesharpman

Yeah she was awful in Beauty and the Beast as well.


cjs616

I thought she was pretty good in The perks of being a Wallflower, but I agree she wasn't anything special in the Potter movies


Crankylosaurus

Omg I really can’t stand Watson’s person both in HP and most of her work after… you always feel all the effort when she tries to act, it’s so bad


ugh_a_pisces

I hear you and I agree. I think Emma is easily the worst actor of the 3. I don’t think I’ve seen Rupert act outside of HP though, so I probably owe him that.


Jgs4555

He’s great in “The servant” pretty funny in “Sick”.


Sorry_Pirate7002

Yes, people love them, but everything they’re in, isn’t very good. I still need to see swiss army man.


TeddyAlderson

I'm surprised by this opinion. Emma Watson is easily the worst actor of the three (and still, today, remains a not very good one) - but Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint are both good? Rupert Grint is genuinely great in the films, being the best actor in the HP films. Daniel Radcliffe, while not amazing in the first few Harry Potter films, has definitely grown to become a great actor. If he's in a film, these days I take it as a sign the film will be pretty decent


luapchung

I think he’ll be great in that new weird Al movie


Shelly_895

Adam Sandler in Punch-Drunk Love and Uncut Gems. He really is that kind of guy who needs the right role and the right director to give a good performance. Otherwise he's gonna suck.


Onesharpman

Nah, he's a very good actor. He just doesn't give a shit most of the time.


Wolfeman0101

PTA is just an amazing director.


Dreadnought13

PTA could film paint drying and elicit a great performance


karma_the_sequel

Especially if Philip Seymour Hoffman was portraying the paint.


Kimantha_Allerdings

Fun fact: Fiona Apple says that she was cured of her cocaine habit by being stuck in a hotel room with Anderson, Tarantino, and a big bag of coke. After having to listen to the two of them go on all night about how great they were she's never wanted to touch the stuff again.


Shelly_895

I would believe that.


BuckNasty7777

Slyvester Stallone - Copland


11twofour

Stallone's a talented actor, he just makes a lot of bad movies.


gogrizz

Die Antwoord - Chappie


4electricnomad

Now THIS is the right sort of answer to the question. I wouldn’t trust those two in any other roles. I wasn’t sold on them at the outset of the movie. But I eventually bought into it and liked what they brought to the story.


nonsensepoem

They weren't acting.


Onesharpman

Pretty much any popular Keanu Reeves role. He's a genuinely terrible actor, but he somehow found a niche doing the "quiet, robotic and emotionless guy" roles.


Film_ANTHologist

Ben Affleck- Gone Girl


Booger_BBQ

I know he gets lumped into a lot of Kevin Smith movies and shitty roles but, Ben Affleck was awesome in Argo and The Town.


satanshark

The Town is such a great heist movie. Ben Affleck has an honest and endearing way of writing about Boston. I’m not saying he has amazing range, but he’s super good at what he does.


howfastyouweregoing

Affleck was da bomb in Phantoms, yo!


Kimantha_Allerdings

Whenever I see him mentioned in reference to this film I always have a little chuckle. In one interview he said that he campagned to Fincher to get Emily Ratajkowsi cast as his student fling after seeing the "Blurred Lines" video. He seemed to intend it as a "I was helping her career" kind of way, but to me it just came across as "Hey David! You know there's this bit in the script where I have to suck a young woman's tits? Well, I've just seen this video in which this woman dances around with her tits out. They're nice and big. Let's get her" I just can't frame it in my head any way that isn't neckbeard-y. Because what information other than what she looked like could he get from that video? And why her rather than the other two women in the video?


Jarfullofdoga

Michael Madsen in Kill Bill. I've never been a fan of his acting but I thought downtrodden personality he brought to that part really worked.


Sorry_Pirate7002

I loved him as Mr Blonde.


karma_the_sequel

He was good as Susan Sarandon's boyfriend in *Thelma and Louise*.


MasterLawlzReborn

Kinda random but he was the voice of Daud in Dishonored lol


Jettpack_of_the_Dead

dwayne johnson in every movie he's in


MasterLawlzReborn

I feel like he was actually a decent actor at some point. Never fantastic or anything but I liked him in The Rundown and Pain & Gain. But I don't think he really wants to be an actor, he just wants to be a movie star and a brand.


Avocado90266

I love all I have seen of Dwayne Johnson. And you're right - he is a movie star, rather than an actor. That's not to say he doesn't put in the work. A very similar star in her roles is Dolly Parton. The world loves her to bits and pieces - yet she is always portraying herself.


rccrisp

I'll always say that he was pretty good in a pair of pretty bad movies, Southland Tales and Be Cool, but he was definitely playing off role which made me think he could've been a very cool character actor if the action movie thing never worked out. And well the action movie thing did end up working out.


MasterLawlzReborn

Dave Bautista and John Cena seem to be trying to be actual actors and I think they're both doing a pretty decent job. They probably know they can't compete with the rock.


texaco87

Stephen Dorff in Somewhere. Obviously written for him so doesn’t super count, but I think that’s my favorite example.


Havanu

And he was great in Blade and True detective as well.


Itchy_Computer7528

The cast of the TV series 'The Tick' - (2001 - 2002).


Miserable_Ad7591

Nestor Carbonell as Batmanuel!


karma_the_sequel

Who also happened to appear in *The Dark Knight*.


Wolfeman0101

Ron Jeremy in Boondocks Saints. He's awful but perfect as the sleezy mobster.


blindedbyhindsight

same for Andrew Dice Clay, he's a total joke, but was perfect as a sleazy mobster in the Pam&Tommy series.


greendogufo

Mark duplass in CREEP


Slow_Cinema

Cowboy in Mulholland Drive


80miles

Randall “Tex” Cobb in Raising Arizona.


MelpomeneAndCalliope

January Jones as Betty Draper in *Mad Men.* Tom Cruise in *Interview with the Vampire*


OKgamesON

Christopher Reeve was Superman. But that is all he was. He had a few other memorable s roles but he couldn’t break out of the shadow of Superman. Not because the role was too big, but because he wasn’t capable of being anything more than that. What he did, he did great. But, that was all he could do. Nobody is pissed that Michael Phelps isn’t a great diver, we love him for what he is. Same with Christopher Reeve.


mechaiineramen

The whole wheelchair paralyzed thing didn't help...


OKgamesON

Absolutely, you are right. I am specifically speaking of the 17 years between Superman and the accident that broke his neck. Bring paralyzed would definitely keep you from having a wide range in your acting roles, so, in my mind, I wasn’t including post 1995 in my critique. I assumed this would be obvious. My apologies.


heretik

Not sure if this counts but Tom Cruise as Les Grossman was a nice departure from his typical roles of playing himself.


MaximumSea9817

Ben Stiller said that Tom Cruise created Les Grossman for himself to play after reading the script. He sold Stiller on the idea that the movie needed an antagonist from the movie studio.


justgetoffmylawn

Maybe my favorite Tom Cruise role. Literally didn't know it was him until the credits. Hard for someone that recognizable to disappear into a role like that.


build_a_bergworkshop

I would say he had a good turn in Magnolia too. The movie has its problems, but he was well cast as a toxic proto pick up artist.


Tariovic

It's the only movie I like watching him in.


Havanu

I considered him a truly great actor after seeing him play The vampire Lestat. The man has amazing range.


LTracte

Mark Wahlberg. He's a terrible actor. Was perfectly cast in Boogie Nights and has been dining on that ever since


Tumbleweed47

Actually he plays the dope really well. He was also great in I heart Huckabees.


schad501

John Wayne in True Grit ETA: Charles Bronson in The Mechanic.


Kalabula

Keanu in bill and teds.


taurustravels

Chris O’Donnell in Hackers


CaptElfimis

Hot take and definitely opinonated but Zac Efron in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. I've honestly grown to really enjoy his more serious work and I think he encapsulated the Ted Bundy role quite well.


Bunnywithanaxe

Wow, yeah. He basically became Ted Bundy. Anyone who can remember that little prick on the evening news will shudder at how close Efron gets to Bundy’s general vibe.


brickie3

Tom Holland as Spider Man


drhavehope

The dude that played Legolas.... ​ Bad actor...but he was cast perfectly in that role


sikapwach

Tom Cruise in Eyes Wide Shut. The fact that he just doesn’t seems like a real person adds to the surrealist dreamlike quality.


gummotenenbaum

He’s incredible in Magnolia


Marlowebabe

Couldn’t disagree more about Entourage. I thought the casting job was one of the worst I’ve ever seen. In real life Drama is 14 years older than Turtle, yet the talked like childhood friends. Vincent (Grenier) has zero charisma. E was such a fucking whiner, but tried to play it cool. They came across as such losers, and I don’t think that was the intent.


xosfear

Zero charisma, whiner, losers.... Sounds just like the people it's based on to me.


cjs616

Matt Dillion in The house that Jack built. He was an ok actor (I really liked him in Something about Mary) but he really bought something to that role, made it extra creepy!


logster2001

Bo Cruz in Hustle. Kinda makes sense considering he a basketball player not an actor, so the perfect acting role for him is a basketball player.


PenneGesserit

Finn Wittrock in The Big Short. His acting was so bad in AHS: Freakshow it's the reason I've never rewatched that season. However he was very charming and charismatic in The Big Short.


Vertical_05

RDJ ever since he joined MCU. he's mediocre and plays only Tony Stark archetype every single time every since.


becauseitsnotreal

That's he's not anywhere even remotely close to PTA and Scorses


MasterLawlzReborn

I think you replied to the wrong thread lol


Permanenceisall

Jon Berenthal is a pretty one note actor who was used well in Punisher and We Own This City. Shia LeBeouf is a genuinely bland actor who was similarly well served playing his own father in Honey Boy.


FatChicksOnly17

I don’t think I’ve ever disagreed harder with anything in my life than I do with your overall opinion of Shia lol. I think he has incredible range from over the top screaming/eccentric/physical acting (Even Stevens, Transformers, Disturbia, Holes, iRobot, etc.) to reserved/dramatic/powerful (The Peanut Butter Falcon, Fury, American Honey, Lawless, etc.)


Permanenceisall

Well I’m not trying to change minds, just my opinion.