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Can you name each actor’s movies by the negative reviews they received?

Quiz Updated Sep 8, 2015

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Nicolas Cage
It's deeply immoral to turn a ten year old girl into The Bride from 'Kill Bill' and pretend it's just a cartoon. 
These prisoners are apparently 'the worst of the worst.'...Well, so is this movie. 
Instead of another Raiders of the Lost Ark, we get to watch plunderers of a lost art. Keep this one buried! 
George Clooney
A movie so full of senseless characters and actions that I guarantee you will 'forget after seeing.' 
As an advertisement for Hawaii, it's great. But as a movie, it's turgid, emotionless, badly written and dull. 
Amongst the worst films of the 1990s (or maybe even ever). It's a camp, empty piece of work that fails to deliver on anything other than very soft core fetishism.  
Jim Carrey
For all its gimmicky numerology, it just doesn't add up. 
It's GOD awful! 
The title says it all. An uneven collection of bodily function jokes, facial gyrations, sexual jibes and pedestrian slapstick. 
Tom Cruise
Cruise looks about as German as Jackie Chan would in a lederhosen. What's next, Clint Eastwood as Gandhi? 
Somewhere along the way the gimmick and suspense wear out, leaving the only real gray matter as the product coloring Cruises' hair. 
Overlong, pretentious and conceited. What is this jumbled mess supposedly about anyway?.. Frogs?? 
Bruce Willis
This is a film that begins with a train wreck and then, figuratively speaking, becomes one. 
They say it's better to be lucky than good, however, this nickel-and-dime Quentin Tarantino imitation is neither. 
Breathless and utterly brainless...It makes the similarly themed and much more sentimental 'Deep Impact' look like 'Schindler's List' by comparison. 
Jake Gyllenhaal
Colossal, cheesy, and meaningless. Many of the clichés in this movie actually predate the last Ice Age. 
A long, dull movie with lots of suspects and tedious details, but ultimately no pay-off. 
A mish-mash of disparate, non-cohesive ideas. The sort of film that thinks it's brilliant just because no one understands it. 
Mark Wahlberg
Memories of the 1960s caper classic are obliterated by this pointless remake. It's nothing more than a feature-length commercial for the Mini Cooper. 
Sorry, but I could BEARly stomach it. 
An underwhelming, predictable, by-the-numbers war flick. Not helped by it's ridiculous spoiler-ridden title. 
Hugh Jackman
Imagine what you'd get if you squished 'Rocky' and 'WALL-E' together in a giant industrial press: a gooey, drippy mess, leaking lubricant and metal shards all over the factory floor. 
This is exactly the sort of movie Travolta's character is talking about in the film's opening sequence, all style with no wit. 
Rarely has magic been presented less magically. 
Johnny Depp
More headache than head trip. It's almost unwatchable. 
A horror story without much horror. One might even say that the films narrative is somewhat 'headless'. 
Bland, bloated, and at times, completely bewildering. This third serving is merely yo-ho-hum. 

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