Moviegoers probably won't be interested in seeing Mel Gibson in an onscreen train wreck that reminds them so much of the mess he's made of his real life.
If moviegoers were biased by actor's real lives then Hollywood would probably find a hard time to exist.
Sep 11 - 01:27 AM
I think it actually makes the role that much better, instead of having it be Carrey or Carrell like you said. The best performances come when you match the actor to the role.
Sep 17 - 12:22 PM
But a work in a movie has nothing to do with his personal life. You have to judge the movie, and his performance, his personal problems are not really part of the plot. A true critic should consider that
Sep 17 - 10:18 PM
I don't follow mel gibson's personal life, I don't see how that is even relevant.
Sep 26 - 11:37 PM
Come on. You don't think about his wacky personality just a little bit when watching him perform?
Oct 26 - 07:34 PM
Spot on mate!
Jul 14 - 01:18 PM
You call Yourself A Critic? hahaha Well its a Good Joke I give You That. Brilliant Film.Ps: Dont be too sad Neil bec Crash Fisfight is Even Dumber then You so Youre not Alone in that Department
Oct 15 - 02:30 PM