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7 actors who raised/lowered the movie

7 actors who raised/lowered the movie


Sometimes it’s right and sometimes it’s wrong


This thing with the movie is tough. Sometimes he goes straight into the woods. Here are examples of when the actors have taken down or uploaded a movie.





Never underestimate the role of actors in a movie. But don’t overestimate them for this issue either. Here is a list of some of the up and down button trends we’ve seen over the years. Please enjoy!

7 times it burned – for a right or wrong reason

more! Mads Mikkelsen as Grindelwald

to the series amazing beast Three films have been released. If there are two more movies, that’s the idea, we’ll have to wait and see. In the first two films, he was played as a villain Johnny Depp, but after the story of Depp and Amber began, he couldn’t stay. And perhaps that was fine given that his interpretation of the evil wizard Grindelwald never worked. With his white hair and mustache, Johnny Depp’s Grindelwald looked weird, clown, and a bit of a crazy professor.

when Mads Mikkelsen Taking over the position, however, Grindelwald acquired the depth he lacked. Mikkelsen also manages to capture something human with this evil character. Mads Grindelwald is human, scary, weird, ordinary – all at the same time. Good there, Mads!

Reduced… Michael Gambon as Dumbledore

when Richard Harris dog tugs Michael Gambon About Dumbledore’s role in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Unfortunately, it didn’t work at all. While Richard Harris’s shot of Dumbledore was warm and cozy but at the same time a respectable old man, Michael Gambon Dumbledore was a bitter old man. Michael Gambon himself has admitted that he has never read Harry Potter books, and when you see his interpretation of the character, you understand why. That’s lucky Good Low Dumbledore regained his natural warmth in amazing beast.

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more! Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher

Meryl Streep It really is a testament to how a skilled actress can elevate a film whose script is so mediocre. at The Iron Lady She plays the younger and older Meryl Streep Margaret ThatcherPartly before she became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and then after her fall and dementia. Was Without Streep The Iron Lady It certainly never worked. Streep also won his third Oscar for this role.

Reduction… Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader

classic series star Wars He has many fans all over the world. If there is a large fan base Hayden Christensen It is not impossible, but in such cases it does not depend on his efforts as Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones. Unfortunately, Christensen plays on something so massive that it almost becomes awkward, which isn’t good if you’re the main character in the movie. But we all have our days at work. So Christensen, don’t stop playing, but never deal with Skywalker again.

more! Rolf Lasgaard as Marianne

My dad, Marianne He has an important message to be true to himself. In this movie, we follow as Priest Lassie emerges as a mutant woman and the obstacles that stand in his way. Despite this, the film did not turn into a multifaceted and emotional faces Rolf LasgardOn the other hand, Lacy/Marian’s photo is very good. This makes the movie work after all and it’s worth watching!

Lower / Raise: Donna Reed / Barbara Bel Geddes as Miss Ellie

Dallas Broadcasting began in 1978 and until 1984 the character was played Miss Ellie Ewing from Barbara Bell Geddes. Miss Ellie is the kind and warm-hearted Ewing mother, but when she was replaced Donna Reed It became something completely different. Donna Reed’s Miss Ellie has become a gorgeous woman in stark contrast to the series’ former – a laundromat. After only one season Dallas However, Donna Reeds was fired, Barbara Bell Geddes was back and all was peace and joy at Southfork again. Or well, apart from JR’s little adventures.

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Discount… Marwan Kanzari as Jaafar

the villain in Aladdin He is the Grand Vizier Jaafar. There’s nothing wrong with the antagonist in the movie not being scary, they might even be cute and funny – but not funny and awkward. Anyway, not for the wrong reason. Again, we have a case where an actor plays such that you have to pick a pillow of shame. If an animation equivalent could be more intimidating than a live actor/CGI, you know it’s bad. Very bad. Marwan KeizariIG will be right for you.

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