10 actors who hated their own movies
All have become accustomed to the actors promote their films, but is not it more fun when they abuse them? This list contains the actors who have publicly stated their dislike for the films in which they starred.
№10: Christopher Plummer, "The Sound of Music" (1965)
This film can be considered one of the best musicals, but just do not talk about it to Mr. Plummer. Over the years oskoronosny actor he did not look back on his role of Captain von Trapp, the head of the family singing this musical drama. Instead, he called it "too horrible, cloying and sentimental." He went so far as to call it "The Sound of slime." Some time even avoided public reunions film actors, but still come together with the other on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
№9: Mark Wahlberg, "Phenomenon" (2008)
Any actor would have used this opportunity to play in a film by M. Night Shyamalan, hoping to get the same amazing turn as a "sixth sense." Unfortunately, in our time, such twists are for the most part a failure. Nevertheless, we can not blame Wahlberg for his role. He played an intelligent teacher in bad "cooked" the film, subsequently criticized handling of a variety of people. The actor also said that Amy Adams "dodged a bullet", giving the role of Zooey Deschanel. in the United States popular show SNL even issued a miniature "Mark Wahlberg talks to animals", parodying the point of the movie.
№8: Hugh Grant "Nine Months" (1995)
It was not the film itself or the shooting experience, for which Hugh Grant regrets. He played a character quite in his style - a man-child, who is forced to settle down when he learns that the woman of his dreams is pregnant. So what's the problem? Grant regrets participating in the filming of "20th Century Fox", owned by Rupert Murdoch. After the scandal in 2011 in which Murdoch accused of wiretapping of several thousand people and a number of other frauds, Grant did not want to have anything to do with this man.
№7: Woody Allen, "Manhattan" (1979)
Writer, director and actor Woody Allen should not have any problem with in-house movies, having many features and controls. Usually, it is true, but there are exceptions. In 2012, in the documentary "Woody Allen", he said that he regretted that produced this film, as he was disappointed in the final version of the film. At one point he even asked the production company "United Artists" to give him the opportunity to re-shoot the film. Though hated by Allen film, he still was nominated for two Oscars, so it might be Woody Allen the only one who thinks the movie failed.
№6: Katherine Heigl, "Knocked Up" (2007)
Perhaps one of the most divisive public recently when Kathryn let worry about sexist stereotypes in the film. She went on to say that her character was depicted as a "bitch" and all the other women as the insightful, humorous and empathize. Directed by Judd Apatow and artist co-star Seth Rogen despite it defended the film over the years. Thus, losing in the end turned out to be an actress since she got a reputation as a man with a difficult character.
№5: Sandra Bullock, "Speed 2: Cruise Control" (1997)
It is famous world-wide, it would seem that she could do no wrong. We laughed at her in "Miss Congeniality" and mourned in "Gravity", but even she stumbled on his way. During an interview in which she was asked about the continuation of the hit 2013 "The Heat" Bullock promptly refused. She told reporters: "I made two sequels They both were terrible.". It is clear also why she is not proud of his participation in the movie "Speed 2", except that it took place on a boat, and Keanu Reeves went away, and critics say the least did not appreciate the painting. It looks like she understands that it should not spoil the good things sequels.
№4: George Clooney's "Batman & Robin" (1997)
George Clooney is a brilliant representative of Hollywood and a good actor. But there is a dark spot in his past: his role in "Batman and Robin". At the moment, the role of the superhero is the best thing that can happen to an actor. Clooney certainly had my share of notoriety from the role. And for many years, he still joked that he thought that "ruined the franchise." But fortunately Christopher Nolan fix it for us.
№3: BillMyurrey "Garfield" (2004)
Bill Murray's involvement in the movie "Garfield" can be considered a mistake. In an interview with the magazine "GQ", Murray admitted that he considered the author of the script JAL Cohen, one of the Coen brothers (Coen). However, he did not know that it was written by another Joel Cohen (Cohen), who wrote the script of family films such as "Toy Story" and "Cheaper by the Dozen." The actor has not left the project when he realized his mistake, but suffered from the painting like a pro. Although later in the movie "Zombieland" it, playing himself, he joked that he was sorry about one thing - the participation in the movie "Garfield".
№2: Jim Carrey 'Kick-Ass 2 "(2013)
Sometimes current events can affect the attitude of artists to their films. This happened with Jim Carrey. While the actor was supposed to promote the picture to his Twitter, he wrote: "I starred in a month before the events in Sandy Hook and now I see that I can not maintain this level of violence in the movies." Kerry went on to say that the film is not shy or work in it, but after the shooting in the elementary school, where 28 people were killed, he rethought the image of such violence in the movies.
№1: Bob Hoskins "Superbratya Mario" (1993)
He was a highly respected actor Bob Hoskins therefore felt no need to be ashamed of his dislike for the work in the film. In conversation with the newspaper "The Guardians" a reporter asked the actor about any career hit, and Hoskins said: "It was a bloody nightmare." He described the unpleasant work of directors of spouses as "arrogance adopted for talent." And after a few "infernal" weeks of their own agents say that is not so. Low scores critics say that Bob Hoskins was right.