Worst Actors/Actresses/Filmmakers

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“ His performance in "The Forsaken" was an insult to what many people devote their lives to. ” - moviesleuth2
 
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J.S. Cardone
Writer, The Covenant
Writer, director and producer J.S. Cardone has made a steady succession of hugely enjoyable and satisfying mystery thrillers and horror chillers since the early 80s. He was born as Joseph S. Cardone in 1946 in Pasadena, California. Cardone graduated from college with a degree in political science. He...
“ See above. ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Wes Anderson
Wesley Wales Anderson was born in Houston, Texas. His mother, Texas Ann (Burroughs), is an archaeologist turned real estate agent, and his father, Melver Leonard Anderson, worked in advertising and PR. He has two brothers, Eric and Mel. Anderson's parents divorced when he was a young child, an event that he described as the most crucial event of his brothers and his growing up...
“ Wes Anderson is not a bad filmmaker, per se. He knows what he's doing with a camera. But "The Royal Tenenbaums" was so awful I refuse to watch anything else he's done. He makes people with serious mental illnesses into sideshow freaks. I felt violated after watching it. ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Terry Zwigoff
Director, Ghost World
Born in Appleton, Wisconsin, Zwigoff held several jobs before making his breakthrough feature: the documentary Crumb (1994) in 1994. His previous jobs included musician, shipping clerk, printer and welfare office worker. In fact, Zwigoff traces his film career back to discovering a rare blues recording by an unknown Chicago blues musician he discovered in 1978...
“ Same as above, only the film in question was "Ghost World." Not a bad film, but just so actively unpleasant. Why would anyone want to watch it? ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Luke Wilson
Actor, Old School
Handsome Texan Luke Cunningham Wilson was born in Dallas in 1971, to Irish-American parents originally from Massachusetts. The son of Laura (Cunningham), a photographer, and Robert Andrew Wilson, an advertising executive, he was raised with two brothers, Owen Wilson (the middle one) and Andrew Wilson (the eldest one)...
“ The only reason why he gets any work is because his brother Owen is popular. Every time he's on screen, it's like he's rambling on about the subtleties about his character, except that there is no actual "character." ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Lorenzo Lamas
Lorenzo Fernando Lamas was born in Santa Monica, California, the son of actors Arlene Dahl and Fernando Lamas. His father was Argentinian and his mother was American, of Norwegian descent. Lorenzo was raised in Pacific Palisades, California. In 1968, his family moved to New York. He attended private school...
“ Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus...I rest my case. ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Vic Chao
Vic grew up in the Chicago area where he excelled in gymnastics, martial arts, and academics. After graduating from Stanford University in Mechanical Engineering, Vic developed medical devices, but later quit to pursue his passion for acting. Vic's talent and hard work have helped him succeed in Hollywood...
“ See Lorenzo Lame-ass. Should never be allowed in front of a camera again under the threat of life inprisonment. ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Robert Pattinson
Actor, Twilight
Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson was born May 13, 1986 in London, England, to Clare (Charlton), who worked at a modeling agency, and Richard Pattinson, a vintage car importer. He enjoys music and plays both the guitar and piano. When Robert was fifteen, he started acting in amateur plays with the Barnes Theatre Company...
“ Could someone explain his appeal? He's not good looking, and for those who like dark and sensitive guys, his soft, high pitch voice totally conflicts with this.

Oh, and he can't act worth *beep* ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Rebecca De Mornay
Rebecca De Mornay was born 1959 as Rebecca Jane Pearch in Santa Rosa, California. She is the daughter of Julie (Eagar) and Wally George (born George Walter Pearch), a television and radio commentator. Her paternal grandmother was child actress Eugenia Clinchard. Her parents divorced when she was young...
“ She was HORRIBLE in The Hand that Rocks the Cradle and Runaway Train! Not exactly challenging roles... ” - moviesleuth2
 
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Taylor Lautner
Taylor Daniel Lautner was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan to parents, Deborah, a software company worker, and Daniel Lautner, a pilot for Midwest Airlines. He, and younger sister Makena, were raised in a well-mannered, Roman Catholic household in Hudsonville, Michigan. At the age of six, Taylor began studying martial arts at Fabiano's Karate School and he...
“ "Abuction..." I was nearly crying in agony while watching his "performance." ” - moviesleuth2