movies matter | criticism by maryann johanson
Fri Jan 29 2016, 10:04pm | 5 comments
The Secret Masters of Hollywood need to keep the rest of the big name actors in line. “That could have been you, Benedict Cumberbatch. It still could be.”
They’d have Cumberbatch voicing a pengling.
Chevy Chase’s career survived his doing voiceovers for a dog in Oh, Heavenly Dog and Bruce Willis’s survived his doing the voice of an infant in the Look Who’s Talking? movies. I’m pretty sure Spacey’s will survive as well.
However, Pacino, DeNiro and Hoffman I worry about. And I’m probably preaching to the choir if I express similar concern about Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon. (Though it’s odd to note that Ms. Sarandon’s and Mr. Pacino’s most memorable roles as of late have both involved playing second banana to Adam Sandler. If that’s not proof of a Satanic conspiracy, I don’t know what is…)
It was the late 80’s/early 90’s. That was a cheesier time.
I’m kind of hoping this is a parody of some sort (Walk Hard style, not 50 Shades of Black Style), but I just don’t know.
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