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    Quote Originally Posted by MsFroggy;2190636;
    For example Charlton Heston and Tom Selleck. I don't think I need to explain those two.

    Nope, you sure don't. I may not like their politics, but I respect their right to have the political opinions they do have.

    I have a very, very good friend and she and I are on complete opposite ends of the political spectrum. I don't agree with her, she doesn't agree with me, but we both agree not to discuss it. She is a great person and I don't hold her political views against her or think of her as less of a good person because of the way she votes. But she doesn't spout off about it around me and neither do I around her.
    But celebs use their status to do that and I do not like that.


    Yep, Shelly Duval, could not remember her name.

    And Woody Allen---CREEPY, surprised no one mentioned him before. Hmm, what is it about the name Woody. Oh, maybe I just answered my own question.

    Kevin Spacey. I just watched something with him in it and it reminded me that I have yet to see any movie in which I liked him. He is just kind of smarmy to me.

    Donald Sutherland too. Like his son, but the father, he seems a bit pervertish to me.
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    Eww, I didn't even think of Woody Allen. He is creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan;2190542;

    And it appears since I'm the only Nicholas Cage fan, I'll gladly take him off ya'lls hands! And Steve Buscemi? Yes, he is odd looking but I love him too! Another odd looking guy but I am fascinated by is John Malkovich. I can't add him to the "not attracted to" list because there is just something about him. He's in my "strangely attracted to" column.
    You're not the only Nic Cage fan, Archie; I'll gladly share him with you if you let me. I even found him attractive (albeit in a sleazy, sad way) in Leaving Las Vegas. Ditto on John Malkovich.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan;2190542;
    Watched Superman on tv last night and had to come in here to add someone I left off: Margot Kidder. I've never liked her as Lois Lane and she really ruined the movies for me. Something about her is creepy.
    Oh, I soooooooo have to agree with you, ArchieComicFan! When I first saw the Superman movie, and then the others with Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, I couldn't believe someone wasn't playing a joke with us! Superman would NEVER have a Lois Lane who chain smokes and is less than all-american-girl-beautiful. Lois Lane as portrayed by Margot Kidder was a train wreck of a girl, and not even remotely pretty. But the chain-smoking was the kicker. No way, that's not Lois Lane, the beautiful gal who captures the heart of the Man of Steel. (As much as I dislike Teri Hatcher now, back in Lois and Clark, Teri at least looked like someone who would melt Superman's heart. But Margot Kidder... never!

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    I'm with you on this one. I also have no inclination to see any Harry Potter. The more someone gushes about an actor or movie the less I want to see them. I am a very stubborn person that won't be told what to do. All it took was one person telling me "you have to read Harry Potter" and I can honestly say I will never read or watch the movies.
    I'm the same as you, dagwood. Rebellious to the core. I didn't watch the Harry Potter movies until they came out on TV just because everyone kept telling me I just had to go see them. I can't tell you how many movies I didn't go see til they were on cable for that same reason. And I wasn't an Elvis Presley fan ever just because people kept telling me how great he was. :p

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    Another person who I really don't like now is Robert Englund, as in Freddie Kruger. I've never seen any of the Freddie Kruger movies, because I hate those types of slash & gore 'horror' movies, but just seeing his transition over the years from the sweet lovable alien named Willie in the 'V' tv series to the symbol of creepiness he's become is sad to me. He portrayed such a sweet gentle alien in V.

    Another guy who's given me the creeps since I first saw him a long time ago in Easy Rider is Jack Nicholson. Ick. He's always seemed slimy and smarmy to me, and I've never found him to be the least bit attractive, just a creepy dirty ol' man, even in his 20's. From that same generation, I never found Robert DiNiro, Al Pacino, or Marlon Brando attractive, either. Gene Hackman had a few moments where I thought he could be old-guyish attractive (as Lex Luthor, for instance). Elliott Gould was so-so. I didn't think Sean Connery was sexy when he was younger, but as he aged and got grey in his air, he then started looking pretty good to me.

    Here's an odd one. I've always thought Steve Martin was attractive, in an odd way. Not classically attractive, but something about him and his humor just makes me think of him as an attractive and sexy guy.
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    From a strictly acting standpoint, I don't get all the fuss about Sean Penn. Whenever he is in a movie, I never see the character's behavior, I find myself thinking, "Oh, look. There's Sean Penn. Emoting." Everything is so intense, no subtlety or nuance. I also don't think he is attractive, but that is beside the point since that is not what he usually mentioned for.

    I also don't see the attraction to Patrick Dempsey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anemone;2190797;
    From a strictly acting standpoint, I don't get all the fuss about Sean Penn. Whenever he is in a movie, I never see the character's behavior, I find myself thinking, "Oh, look. There's Sean Penn. Emoting." Everything is so intense, no subtlety or nuance. I also don't think he is attractive, but that is beside the point since that is not what he usually mentioned for.

    I also don't see the attraction to Patrick Dempsey.
    They kind of look the same to me--they both have really bony, pointy faces...

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    I just thought of another one: Barbara Streisand. I just can't stand that woman.

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    This thread is cracking me up. We've really run with it! 11 pages in just a couple of days. I love Kevin Spacey. That is all.
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    Roma Downey. She just has that kind of face that creeps me out.
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    I also never could stand Lynda Carter. She just bothers me for some reason...

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