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Everybody from Arrested Development can only be those characters

That's fine, because Michael Cera has been George Michael with a different name in every movie he's ever been in...






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re: Does a role ever ruin an actor/actress for you forever, or a while?


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Charlize Theron in Monster


i had this incredible dream that i got a chance to meet Charlize......and it turned out to be while she was filming this movie.







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frick summer

She wasn't in the wrong. JGL was just an idiot.






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Charlize Theron in Monster. I had a hard time seeing her as this incredibly beautiful actress for a long time after watching that movie.


THIS!!!!!!!

first thing that came to mind when i saw this thread..i was the way..took forever before i found her attractive again.






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Michael Cera has been George Michael with a different name in every movie he's ever been in...

wasn't he the guy in the facebook movie too? :jewsgonnajew:






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She wasn't in the wrong
YES SHE WAS

she's a non label labeler. Having a relationship with someone and calling it by a different name, doesn't change anything

i hate people like her






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WarSlamEagle
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wasn't he the guy in the facebook movie too?




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That's fine, because Michael Cera has been George Michael with a different name in every movie he's ever been in


I don't see why he always gets the hate in this regard, it's that way with %50 of the comedians out there, not just him. They're comedians, not character actors.






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it's that way with %50 of the comedians out there, not just him. They're comedians, not character actor


shia lebouf is a comedian?






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The guy who stole Kelly from Zack





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The guy who stole Kelly from Zack
i was glad of the way he died in starship troopers






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It was Ed O'Neill for a while for me

For the first season and half of Modern Family i only saw him as Al Bundy

Finally started growing on me as Jay Pritchard






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Hayden Christensen after the SW prequils....i don't think i could watch and enjoy anything with him in it anymore.

I did see Jumper, but only cause Sam Jackson was in it. everytime i see hayden, i think of the whiny bitch he made Vader.






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Jennifer Anniston and David Schwimmer and their respective characters on Friends.

Anniston is attractive, sure, but she will always be a stuck-up, stupid bitch to me because of Rachel.

Schwimmer will always be a neurotic pencil dick because of Ross. He was the only part of Band of Brothers that kind of rubbed me the wrong way due to seeing and hearing Ross in WWII during the first few episodes






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I hated Upham from Saving Private Ryan. (Jeremy Davies)


So at first I didn't like the Daniel Faraday character in lost. But he was a good character.

and Dickie Bennett is great






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Matt Damon-Talented Mr. Ripley

Was a seriously fricked up charecter, all I saw when I saw Damon in other movies for a little while



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Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men as Chigurh. Even watching Skyfall, that crazy character came to mind everytime he was on.





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