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Which actors or directors ruin a movie for you?

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There are some people I just don't want to see in a movie. Ever. John Goodman and John Travolta spring to mind. And there are certain directors I don't like either. Anybody you don't want to see on screen, or behind the camera?
 
Directors: Stephen Summers, Paul W.S. Anderson, Gore Verbinski, Jon Turtletaub
Actors: Jessica Alba, Carrot Top, Hayden Christensen
 
There are some people I just don't want to see in a movie. Ever. John Goodman and John Travolta spring to mind. And there are certain directors I don't like either. Anybody you don't want to see on screen, or behind the camera?

What do you have against John Goodman?
 
Dane Cook and Tyrese...
 
For directors, I don't like Bryan Singer or Tim Burton.
 
Bryan singer and Tim Burton are good directors, what don't you guys like about them?
 
So you didn't like transformers?

I like Transformers fine, but I don't like Tyrese. Thankfully, he doesn't have a large role in the movie.

Bryan singer and Tim Burton are good directors, what don't you guys like about them?

I think they're perfectly fine directors... but different strokes for different folks.
 
I didn't even bother to see it.
 
Bryan singer and Tim Burton are good directors, what don't you guys like about them?

The fact that he's just grabbed that Hot Topic segment of moviegoers and is making them spoolge their pants by constantly upping the weird factor for no reason other than to just be weird.

And even more so after hearing, "From the imagination of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp," during an advertisement for Sweeny Todd.
 
I didn't even bother to see it.

It's a pretty good movie.

I agree I don't like the " from the imagination of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp" makes no sense considering it's supposed to be dark like that.
 

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