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Tom Cruise
Jamie Foxx
Mel Gibson
Russel Crowe
Gerard Butler

all of them I hate them.
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We have had this thread countless times, but Bruce Willis for me.



Shia Labeouf

I really want to watch "Charlie Countryman", which stars Mads Mikkelsen but I cant bring myself to it because its a "Shia Labeouf" film.

I really had a hard time watching Lar Von Trier's "Nymphomanic 1" and "Nymphomanic 2" because of Shia. Thank god he wasnt in much of part 1 and I haven't even finished part 2.



We have had this thread countless times, but Bruce Willis for me.
*Makes mental note to choose a Bruce Willis movie for our next commentary*



*Makes mental note to choose a Bruce Willis movie for our next commentary*
Un breakable or sixth sense then. Or Sin City.



Sin City blows. I was thinking more along the lines of one of the first 3 Die Hard films, The Fifth Element, 12 Monkeys or Pulp Fiction.



Actually haven't seen the others. Well I've seen parts of the Die Hard movies but not enough for it to count.



The Fifth Element is the most fun of those movies, IMO (and is in my top 100). It would probably work better for commentary than the others, too, since it's got a good amount of action and humor to it.



Sarah Silverman (usually)
I can understand that, but she's also in the best opening scene in the history of film.


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As raul said, there's plenty of these threads, but I'll chip in with:

Sean Connery
Nic Cage
Daniel Day Lewis
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Can't stand Silverman (except for her voice performance in Wreck-It Ralph) and Way of the Gun was awful, but +rep for this:




The Fifth Element is the most fun of those movies, IMO (and is in my top 100). It would probably work better for commentary than the others, too, since it's got a good amount of action and humor to it.
The only blind commentary I've done was The Encino Man