Top 10 Most Overrated Actors and ActressesCan't figure out what all the hype is with a particular actor? Put 'em on the list.
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Everything about Jolie is overrated: her acting "skills," her "parenting time," her so-called charitable causes. Over half her films have tanked at the box office, and the characters she inhabits in them are essentially the same: Angelina Jolie. UN ambassador? Jolie is merely one of several for one UN agency. The 39 other UN agencies employ hundreds of celebrities to advertise their causes.
Her photo-ops with impoverished children are virtually bogus. And acquiring six kids in six years is no evidence of any maternal streak. Some people collect baseball cards, Jolie collects kids, no doubt to serve as props for her photo-ops. When has she had time for "mothering" them? Ask any working mother. As well as being vastly overrated, the woman is phony through and through.
She had never heard of the Kosovo war, Bosnia, Serbia, until recently? What planet was she on? Rhetorical question. It was what it still is: the World of Angelina Jolie.
Jennifer Lopez is a classic example of what some might call an "anybody" with a "pork snout" face that, only with the wonders of plastic surgery, is now considered ever so beautiful. Oh, what it is to afford great plastic surgery...
She also seemingly has the personality and intelligence appeal of a Vaseline sandwich, which could be why all her exes dumped her in a short time. Only her less attractive husband has remained. She does not have a singing voice. It's highly refined only through today's technological alterations. Notice the multiple background singers cutting in to diminish her screeching. It is her svengali's idea because she can barely act on screen. I'd be surprised if all the money he pumps into her presence lasts one more year. You can fool some of the people some of the time?
I keep trying to watch her movies without bias. However, due to her overwhelming media presence, I continually think that I must be the only one who can't see her star qualities. My mom wanted to watch "Boy Next Door" on Pay-Per-View because she liked the trailer, without even knowing who J-Lo was. So we watched, and I again tried to be pleasantly surprised by her acting.
During the movie, my mom agreed that the actress was just that: acting. Nothing was genuinely conveyed or portrayed. Nothing was believably experienced… just "acted." It was like a school play. Like when you try to laugh at something that's not funny - fake. When it was over, my mom looked at me and said, "What a stupid movie!" That's what I think about all her movies, and sadly, new releases don't seem to change that opinion.
Born and raised in Los Angeles to parents who both worked in the entertainment industry, Stewart first gained... read more
I am a huge fan of science fiction and, in particular, vampire movies. My wife also really enjoys the same thing. The entire series of Twilight was horrible for me because of this one actress. She does not provide believability in her role. She is depressing to watch, but it is not acting. She seems to be depressing in all things.
A good actor has the ability to be different than they are in real life. The role needs to dictate the mood and needs to transcend. The role needs to bring the viewer into the scene. Her acting makes me want to leave the theatre or turn off the television.
Keep it purely professional. Her acting is like nails on a chalkboard - except there's no chalkboard. She makes no impact at all in her films, other than to antagonize the audience's sensibilities with the sheer mediocrity she brings to every role except twitching. The problem is her insecurity and rightly acknowledged self-doubt. You can literally see her trying to work through her own lack of charisma and talent. Instead of her underdog plight being endearing, it's painful and awkward to watch. Poor kid. If only she could land roles steeped in uncertainty, she'd probably win an Oscar.
As it is, she is placed in high-profile movies with real talent (nods to Charlize Theron) and is hidden among the colorful fiction and cultural relativity of her co-stars and generic, trend-entrenched, box-office-focused scripts. Her movies aren't substantial, and when they try to be, you run into the aforementioned open-mouthed, confused huff. This awkwardness perhaps fit her career-launching role as Bella Swan, but grates in any other attempts at acting. Poor dear. And she is happy, (nay, proud!) to point out her dismissal of acting school.
But the problem isn't really Kristen. It's the people who can't tell the difference between talent and trend. The ones who pay her for every role she takes, roles they wish they themselves were living in real life.
NOTICE: Vampires do not exist and will never find their life's meaning in you. Moreover, there shouldn't be anyone who can fool you into thinking Kristen is the fairest of them all, most assuredly not when she is "acting" next to Charlize - gorgeous - Theron. Come on.
My child and I regularly burst out laughing while watching the Harry Potter movies, simply because of her intensely bad acting. We ended up barely able to watch them anymore because of her. And since, I sometimes see these "star" photographs of her, with comments about her being the epitome of beauty, etc. - that's another howler... She is one of the most profoundly ordinary-looking girls I have ever seen. There is nothing spectacular or remarkable about her looks at all... So weird...
The only reason anyone likes her is because Hermione is a relatable character. It had nothing to do with what she added with her performance, and she's been saved by fans' avid love for a book character that they mistakenly see synonymously as Emma. She pretends she's just as strong a woman as Hermione is when she's just not (and not good at pretending she is either).
Don't get it. How did she come so far? I will never understand why she was cast in Beauty and the Beast among some more talented singers. I hate all of the new live-action Disney movies, but that one takes the cake as the worst because Watson is so dreadfully boring in it.
Agreed, she's not a good actress and seems to have the best publicist in Hollywood. She doesn't take on any dramas, and never adopts accents. At 46, one would think she could manage an accent or speak another language. When listening to her interviews, she stammers and doesn’t complete her sentences.
On Ellen, she participated in the "repeat after me" scene, and while discussing birds... Ellen told her to ask the guy they were joking with, “Do you like finches, you know, common birds,” and Jennifer asked, “Do you like fishes?” She's not the most articulate woman.
One last thing, her Aveeno commercials. You can tell that she's been practicing the word "results." "Aveeno simply beautiful results" sounds so forced. Hollywood is run by actors these days, so if you have your own production company, you pretty much have the movie in the bag. Hopefully, the academy will stay true to giving Oscars to people who are truly talented.
I believe what happened with Jennifer is that she had the greatest publicist of all time. For years, I have been trying to understand why people say she is so gorgeous and talented. I thought that surely there is something wrong with me. No, there is something wrong with everyone else. Jennifer is not pretty at all, people! Nor is she a talented actress. She's only good for romantic comedies that flop. What a hack.
Trying to watch a Batman movie with him in it makes me want to leave the planet and head for the nearest black hole. I can't sit through one of his movies without getting annoyed by all the posing he does for the camera. Also, I suspect that in the movie Dazed & Confused, Ben simply played himself.
Looking at these comments, I am convinced that Ben Affleck has found this site himself and informed Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel, and a few of his other friends to get on here and say good things about him and his "acting skills". Truth be told, Ben Affleck is subpar. Yes, he was good in Argo, The Town, and maybe even Gone Girl, but only in that because he had to play a big, dumb, clueless idiot, which is a role he is fit for.
Yet Hollywood keeps casting him to play these harder, tougher characters like Batman, a role I'm sure he will struggle with because, well...if he couldn't cut it as Daredevil, how the hell is he going to cut it as Batman? I'll never understand how he keeps getting cast. He seems more like a manager or supervisor at a Home Depot than an actor.
She is nice to look at when I'm not bored to tears. She was only a kid when she did The Professional, and it's not like she had to do a lot of acting in that movie. It's been downhill ever since, and yet she gets tons of respect from critics as an actress because she went to Harvard, and she's considered to be intelligent and liberal. However, that doesn't mean someone is great at acting.
Everyone blamed the undeniably stilted dialog in the Star Wars films for her horrid performance. Great actors and actresses are supposed to make the characters they play more compelling, even if they have little to work with. She has a machine-like focus and is devoid of all emotion in her movies. She could play a great serial killer.
Is she overrated in acting? Definitely, YES. She gets way too much hype over nothing spectacular. Overrated in looks? I haven't heard people say she was pretty. In fact, I have heard the opposite. I don't find her pretty at all. She looks very average. Take away the makeup and glamour of fame, and she would not even be considered pretty in real life. Her face is as bland as her acting ability, and her physique is unappealing.
I suppose those who find her attractive are probably Star Wars fanboys, where her 'looks' were emphasized with a lot of makeup and, considering she was the only main female, it gave the audience something to look at. As usual, many female actors appealing to vastly male audiences do get praised on their looks as they are the only lead in a male-dominated movie. Thus, just by being female, you would be automatically attractive and overly hyped, even when you're not, which NP perfectly represents.
Brad came to Hollywood for one reason - to be famous. He was a starstruck little boy and wanted to be a big deal too. Acting was the only way for him to gain reverence. Being a good actor is not really all that important to him or Angie. They just want the publicity, the PR, and the magazine covers.
As soon as we stop drooling over pretty faces and stop buying the music and watching the movies, maybe Hollywood will bring talent back. Remember when you had to be good to be a movie star? Do you think Dustin, Duvall, De Niro, Nicholson, would be able to make it in Hollywood today? No way. Not pretty enough. We do this to ourselves by what we watch and what we purchase. The Oscars are a joke! Julia Roberts? I'll never get over that one.
I'm not going to lie. Brad has starred in some pretty good films (7, Fight Club, Benjamin Button), and yes, his performances were commendable and seasoned. However, the reason I am voting for him is because I can never find myself sympathizing or relating to any of the characters in the movies he stars in. While I do enjoy the films, I never find myself particularly moved or impressed by the characters he portrays. He always plays the "cool, kickass" guy and has never accepted a substantially risky role, as in one more in the light of a person with real, mortal problems like most of the people in this world.
He continually portrays the common, run-of-the-mill, good guy, superman type hunk that fights to get his way, has a deep underlying issue that only seems to make him more superhero-like, and in the end, only seems to serve as a reminder that nobody will ever be as awesome and badass as he. *Yawn* He also has a tendency to play the walking enigma. He is the mysterious, composed, handsome stranger that cannot be predicted at any given time. I have nothing against those qualities in a friend or acquaintance, but in a film, I do not hold them in high regard.
In a film, an actor should be an open book and portray emotion well so that the audience could SHARE the experience along with him or her. Why do you suppose Tom Hanks has won 2 Oscars? Because he portrays his characters in a relatable way. When you watch his films, you find you can easily see yourself in his shoes, or at least in my case. He is not godly and 100% composed all the time. He screams, he cries, he can be mentally unstable, he jumps with joy. His portrayals represent an individual who reacts like many of us would in a given situation.
Brad Pitt is always composed, hardly gives much of a reaction when bad things happen, and when he does, he gathers himself quickly, then he's back to being his usual near-perfect hunk of a self. Boring! His performances in 7 and Fight Club were... more
She can't act at all! I don't know how she even got into "House of Wax." If it wasn't for her rich grandfather's last name and her attractive looks, she wouldn't have gotten a reality TV program with Nicole Richie. It must be due to her last name and their last names.
She's rich, but she is not pretty and she is not talented. I am not rich, pretty, or talented. If I could choose one to be, I would choose rich. She's doing great even if she cannot act, because money cannot buy everything, including talent. 1 out of 3 isn't bad.
She is one of the most untalented people I've ever seen, and trust me, I've seen a lot. If it wasn't for her last name, she wouldn't be anywhere in life.
Punch Drunk Love was incredible, and that's it for ol' Sandler here. Let's all admit that his performance in Punch Drunk Love was all due to strong writing and direction. If it weren't for low-brow middle-school boys growing up in the late '80s, this man would have zero careers. There are no words for how untalented he is. I have avoided his movies at all costs, even leaving friends' homes to do ANYthing but watch a single frame of Adam Sandler's obnoxious way of doing just about everything.
How did this individual ever get himself billed as a comedian? My guess is that he invoked the power of suggestion: he basically said he was a comedian, then sat back and let the world mistakenly assume that, with false advertising laws and whatnot, he couldn't do that unless he was indeed somehow funny. (Talk about using a term loosely.)
If you've seen one Adam Sandler movie, you've seen them all. Childish jokes that are only funny to middle schoolers and those who are way too easily impressed. Swearing, fart jokes, bad innuendos, and yelling can only get you so far. And in his case, that's not very far at all.
His career is a joke. How he is so praised is completely unknown to me.
I have to say he and Kristen make a good couple for a constant appearance at the Golden Raspberry Awards. Apart from that, he is fine, a little bit immature, though. I mean, at least he is a better actor than Kristen, who certainly knows little about acting and facial expressions. Sad story.
Definitely NOT attractive. Very immature on screen. Although the Twilight books & films were the worst things I've ever read/seen, so he really didn't have a lot to work with there...
How is this guy ranked behind Brad Pitt? Seriously, a man who plays a moody vampire, who is attractive to 10-year-old girls, is apparently better than Lt. Aldo Raine in Inglourious Basterds or Tyler Durden in Fight Club. It makes no sense.
Johansson is considered one of Hollywood's modern sex symbols, and has frequently appeared in published lists of the sexiest women in the world. As of February 2017, she is the highest-grossing actress of all time in North America, with her films making over $3.6 billion.
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She always plays the same character, who interestingly enough, always has the same vacant look. Many people claim she is "subtle," but that would imply something good. What I think is, Scarlett Johansson is completely lackluster, in reality. As far as her being a sex symbol, maybe her body, but facially, like I said, vacant. There is no fire. It isn't even a dreamy vacant. She is boring, usually way overdone with the makeup and tight clothing. I find her to be one of the most over-hyped "hotties" of Hollywood.
She is definitely not hot, guys. Her eyes are far apart. Her lips are just thick but absolutely have no shape to them. She's thick, short, and she's fat. Dear Hollywood, please stop giving her the "it girl" roles. She is destroying the standards of beauty, and real pretty girls are being underappreciated. Every time I see her on screen, I feel like I'm looking at a tree stump with makeup and a blonde wig.
I've never liked Megan Fox. I've never thought she was a good actor. I think all the movies she was in were mediocre, except for the TMNT movies because I have a soft spot for them. I also never really thought she was attractive. All she is is just a pretty face (like said, never really thought she was pretty, but others do). She is overrated.
Another horribly talentless, surgically-enhanced embarrassment skating by on her looks. Seriously, Hollywood, if you have to make every female starring role some kind of cookie-cutter femme-bot, at least find one that can act. I like attractive actresses as much as the next guy, but I can't stand watching her. It's a shame... Transformers could have been so epic.
She is not really as good-looking as people describe. I don't like the nose especially. Her face is a little too wide, and her body frame is slightly too big.
Nicolas Cage should find a cage far away from Hollywood and lock himself in it. This man has absolutely zero talent. His expressions get worse as he ages. And by expressions, I mean expression, because this man has absolutely no emotion or range in his acting abilities. You'd think he had plastic surgery, but he hasn't. He just fails at showing any sort of emotion and, therefore, fails at his only job: acting.
I hope directors put him on a blacklist of actors not to cast, to save us all the trouble of seeing his face on screen ever again. Talentless. Emotionless. And hopefully soon jobless.
How can anyone say he is a good actor? Some people are picked to play the same characters - like Michael Caine. No matter his role, he is always the "Hi, my name is Nicolas Cage, and I'm here to do this job," in a half-hearted expression. This fact is proven when all of these crappy movies throw all kinds of money at him because they know any good actor would laugh at the thought of playing in his crap. Except "National Treasure."
His ridiculous, overdone, speech mannerisms make me want to kick him in the teeth until he can pronounce the letter "s" without deliberately whistling it. He must think that makes him sexy, so he does it all the time. Once you pick up on it, it becomes obvious and completely pulls you out of whatever you are watching with this buffoon in it.
And he can't really act. He just does Matthew McConaughey ALL THE TIME. He's an incredibly annoying individual. He should limit himself to underwear commercials. He'd be spot-on in those because then we wouldn't have to look at his face.
So many bad actors and only one vote! I'm voting for Matty because I watched some movie he did with Kate Hudson (another gem of an actor), and I don't think he wore a shirt in the entire movie. Okay, Matt, we get it. You have muscles. Congratulations. But Matty, showing off muscles doesn't make you an actor. In fact, you can be a great actor and not have muscles, i.e., Paul Newman, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Viggo Mortensen.
I'm not sure why Brad Pitt is hated so much. Did anyone see him in "Burn After Reading"? He played a moron pretty well. Geez, I hope he was acting...
'The Eye' was the worst movie I have seen in a long while. She never seems to have a true main objective while she is portraying any of her characters, and her line delivery is just atrocious. Her tactics are inconsistent, displaying erratic emotions and blank stares with her huge eyes. Biting/licking your lips is not a feeling or an emotion, even though she seems to think so! Emotion should be conveyed through acting, not just through facial expressions!
She can't act her way out of a plastic bag. I've seen a brick wall with more talent. She is rude and seems unintelligent, although I'm not sure if that's just put on for the cameras. Plus, her looks are definitely overrated. There are far more attractive actresses. I don't find her even slightly appealing!
It's really her appearance that gets parts, not her talent. Just go watch her movies. Better yet, I'll list a few: great appearance in 'Idle Hands,' 'Honey,' 'Sin City,' 'Into the Blue,' and 'Machete.' Her appearance should win an Oscar.
I would vote for him if Tom Cruise wasn't higher on the list. Anyway, just dropping by this comment: He plays the same guy in every movie, and yes, he does it well, but damn, this guy has no range. Plus, everyone talks about him deserving an Oscar and all, he has got too much publicity. He works with good directors, he does good work. He works with bad directors, he does bad work. Makes you wonder. Also, he has no screen presence, and even his dialogue delivery is questionable. Plus, his accent seems so fake. Fake pain, fake happiness, fake everything. He's good at best. Not "one of the best" out there. Thank you.
It seems like he tries hard, and people really want to believe he is a brilliant actor, but truth be told, he is decent at his best. Most of the time, he comes across as boring, shallow, and even a little condescending. He's a bit like George Clooney, without the charisma. He's moved past the teen idol phase and now just seems to hold out for roles that get him award nods.
Oh my God, I searched this entire list JUST FOR HER! Before you all give my comment a thumbs down, please hear me out. (=
1. I'll admit she's a good actress overall… But not in The Hunger Games. All she does is stare at people with her face slightly agape (Kristen Stewart, anyone?). Why did she even get cast as Katniss? Isn't Katniss supposed to be starved?
2. Her looks are SO overrated. I'm a guy. I'm not just being "jealous." She looks like a whale! She's always shiny with her blubber oil! So gross! She has FOLDS!
3. She has a horrible personality. She's just so smug. When she beat Meryl Streep (who, although she is also overrated, is better than Lawrence), she was just like, "What can I say? I beat Meryl!" That's just SO STUCK UP! She's a good actress, and she knows it, but she doesn't have to be so open about it. BE HUMBLE!
Thank you, that is all.
Jennifer Lawrence deserves to be at the top of this list. She's the most overrated actress of all time. She doesn't deserve half of her awards, much less the Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook. Her only good performance was in Winter's Bone. The rest were just a package of overrated performances. It's funny because she surpassed Kate Winslet to become the youngest actress with the most Oscar nominations, while she's not even close to Kate Winslet's talent as an actress. Very, very overrated.
In every one of his films, he doesn't even exert enough effort to immerse me in the suspense of disbelief. Why? Because all of the characters he portrays (especially in Ocean's 11, 12, 13) are always that cocky, rich bachelor that really annoys the living daylights out of me.
Not to mention, his role as Batman (in Batman & Robin) still remains that cocky bachelor that I despise. How the heck did he still have an acting career after that pile of garbage? None of his movies ever entertained me but rather aggravated me. There are SO many actors out there working hard to get into the movie industry, and it insults me to see that Clooney doesn't even try in ANY of his movies.
This maggot seems to be famous only for the sake of being famous, with no real achievements, and has had no breakthrough in any of his leading roles. What's so great about him? Certainly, he is NOT what I'd classify as an "A-list" actor. He can't, by any standards, compare with real talent. E.g., Al Pacino (in "The Godfather" films and "Scent of a Woman"), Will Smith for the numerous kinds of roles he's played, e.g., in "Hitch" or "The Pursuit of Happyness", or Leo DiCaprio for many movies, including "Catch Me if You Can" or "The Departed", which are, hands down, good movies. So, George Clooney is considered good-looking? That's a joke because the ladies noting this must be somewhat blind. Hollywood is certainly lacking significant talent, perhaps needing another Marlon Brando type to push Clooney out of the film industry.
Great actress in terrific movies? Emma was one? Look for the "Emma" movie version with Kate Beckinsale (A real British actress with no fake bad British accent like Gwyneth Paltrow and, most of all, better looking and more talented than Gwyneth Paltrow!). This movie alone already proves that Gwyneth Paltrow is too overrated when you see the Kate Beckinsale version.
What a flake! So far up herself, she's a joke. Probably one of the most annoying, talentless, and stupid women on the planet.
ANNOYING TO WATCH this ugly and untalented person who thinks she can do it all. Who the hell does she think she is!
He plays the same character, just in a different situation, in every single movie. He gets lucky and has good writers, so a lot of his movies are really funny and very quotable; Anchorman is a good example. However, his acting gets boring and repetitive. I find myself quoting him and then forgetting from which movie the quote actually came, all too often.
I agree that, for the most part, he is a bad actor. He is a decent comedian when a flick is well-paced and scripted, but only when he has a good supporting cast, which often reflects more on them in that case, in my opinion. I have to say I do like quite a few of his movies, but a lot of the ones that depend on him to carry are unwatchable for me.
This guy's movie career is entirely based on shouting a lot. Aside from playing George Bush, he doesn't really have a lot going for him. I'm sure he's a nice guy, but I don't really want to spend 90 minutes watching him yell statements that no one would ever see the need to yell and act unintelligently.
He's such an arrogant person. I almost lost my cookies when I saw him walking through the hangar of the aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Ranger CV-61 in 1982, with Val Kilmer and the rest of the "Top Gun" crew. Besides, he is a very controlling person and out of touch with reality. He only stands five feet five inches tall. I even had to pat him on the back during the shooting of "Top Gun" when he splashed 5 planes for the movie right after he landed on the Ranger. The F-14 squadron had to put blocks on the pedals inside the F-14 so he could reach the pedals. He has the same personality in every movie he has made. Let's face it, he can't act! All of his wives left him for pushing his cult faith down their throats, being too arrogant, and super controlling!
He joins Kevin Costner and Keanu Reeves as guys who are well paid, very busy, and thin on talent. It seems as if they play themselves in every role with little difference in the way they approach each one. I suspect that those promoting him have sufficient clout in Hollywood to keep Cruise starring in forgettable film after film.
I suppose in 2047, "Mission Impossible 199" will be over-hyped, promoted every 30 seconds on T.V., Radio, Online, and whatever other forms of communication are available mid-century. Can 85-year-old Cruise keep carrying the water? Cruise cannot complain about the breadth of the ad buys and money spent by the studio on his films. However, the efforts don't make up for his uninspired acting and repetitive storylines.
Yes, he is short. His height reminds me of a great actor, James Mason, who at 5'4" presented a big challenge to appear taller than his love interest and of average height to the other players. At 5'6", we also have Vladimir Putin. He's shorter than Angela Merkel of Germany when she wears a medium-sized heel in her shoes. Short Man syndrome is alive today, jumping up and down on sofas everywhere.
Now, I wouldn't say that Johnny Depp is a bad actor, as I believe that he has talent, but many of his roles are similar.
It seems that many girls/women love him because they consider him attractive, which could be one of the reasons for his fame (but I'm an idiot anyway, so don't quote me on that). The only movie starring Johnny Depp that I really liked was Edward Scissorhands.
He had a good start, but he has since become a parody of himself. He's extremely overrated. It's like every movie he's in nowadays is just an excuse for him to wear a lot of makeup and reprise his weirdo guy character. The fact that he was even nominated for Best Actor for Pirates of the Caribbean is pretty much a travesty.
Yes, Johnny Depp might be good at playing a wacky, almost psychopathic character, but that's ALL he is good at. It seriously annoys me how everyone thinks he's the greatest thing on earth because he's really, really not. Nor is he even that good-looking... just going to throw that out there.
I've never understood the hype surrounding this guy. The only good performance he ever gave was in Carlito's Way. Apart from that, he just goes through the motions for every part he plays. I never understood why The Thin Red Line was considered good. Sean Penn just ruined it for me. His acting was the only problem I had with The Game. He's just a guy with connections who tries to look convincing. It's one thing to appear intense, but it's a completely different thing to genuinely emote. You would think that someone influenced by Robert De Niro would know this.
Sure, he can cry on cue, but is he really a good actor? Not according to many people in the business. I guess when your dad is a director and your mom is an actress, you get to move right to the front of the line in modern Hollywood. He's humorless, self-important, and not particularly good-looking. When's the last time someone this unattractive, without connections, landed a job in Hollywood?
Please don't criticize me for mocking Hollywood nepotism. You could spend a solid year watching movies featuring one of the Baldwins, Penns, Arquettes, Gyllenhaals, Cusacks, Robertses, Douglases, Afflecks, Deschanels, etc.
Absolutely overrated. She is far from the worst actress, but she's wooden and unconvincing in most of her work. Her "acting" frequently feels more like striking a pose in an outfit than actually being in the moment. She might be described as one of the best of the "models turned actress", which is hardly a compliment.
One of the worst actresses. Have you seen The Devil's Advocate? She ruined the movie. She just ruined it. She seems like a very difficult person, too, and anyone would look nice with all that makeup and airbrushing.
I can't stand her in Prometheus. She's way over-the-top! She's like a dummy that can speak English.