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"the combination made my eyes bleed (c) Raekwon"


  

          

Examples of movies w/ leading actors supposedly romantically linked but showing no chemistry.

This started out as a Matthew McConaughey-with-anyone post, or maybe it was a Nicolas Cage post, or maybe Julia Roberts. Anyway, can you think of more examples (films / actors)?

Jada Pinkett w/ Cheadle in Reign Over Me was a little questionable, even given where their characters are supposed to be for most of the movie.

I also think this is one of Christian Bale's weaknesses as an actor.

  

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Leonardo DiCaprio & what's her name in Blood Diamond
Apr 18th 2007
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Her name is Jennifer Connelly, you will respect at least that.
Apr 18th 2007
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      nice tits but
Apr 18th 2007
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           That's the love of my life. She just doesn't know it yet
Apr 18th 2007
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                if you took her brains and added them to Scarlett Johannsen's
Apr 18th 2007
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                Hey, she's actually intelligent!
Apr 18th 2007
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                     HA I believe it
Apr 18th 2007
10
                mr hood
Apr 18th 2007
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                     Someone's been watching Mean Streets
Apr 18th 2007
12
                     they say it ALL through The Wire
Apr 18th 2007
14
                          There I just took it to be like another way to say "perp."
Apr 18th 2007
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                               Yeah, but what I mean is that "perp" is short for "perpetrator"
Apr 18th 2007
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                                    Isn't it just the word mope but placed in a criminal context?
Apr 18th 2007
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                                         hmmm although I don't disagree about crazy jargon
Apr 18th 2007
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                                              maybe it's a play on a mope's aimlessness.
Apr 18th 2007
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                                                   Stringer Bell sure ain't aimless
Apr 18th 2007
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                                                        But the term predates the show
Apr 18th 2007
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                                                             I should hope so
Apr 18th 2007
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                     LOL. In how many posts did you ask this? n/m
Apr 19th 2007
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                          I kept asking until I got an answer lol
Apr 19th 2007
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                          I think she's been asking since Monday
Apr 19th 2007
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                               anyway I think I only asked in three places
Apr 19th 2007
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                                    I figured he thought it was a non-sequiteur
Apr 19th 2007
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                                         he hates me
Apr 19th 2007
45
Humphrey Bogart w/ every woman except Hepburn in African Queen
Apr 18th 2007
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Wow, even with Bacall?
Apr 18th 2007
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I've never seen this movie actually
Apr 18th 2007
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      Laruen Bacall's first acting role
Apr 18th 2007
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even w/ Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca? really?
Apr 18th 2007
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Really
Apr 18th 2007
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      The age difference is sixteen years.
Apr 18th 2007
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           RE: The age difference is sixteen years.
Apr 19th 2007
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you seen in a lonely place?
Apr 18th 2007
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      Damn, no I haven't.
Apr 18th 2007
32
Jesus and Jennifer Lopez in Angel Eyes
Apr 18th 2007
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re: Lopez
Apr 18th 2007
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      co-sign the Clooney point
Apr 19th 2007
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jet li & aaliyah in "romeo must die"
Apr 18th 2007
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Chinese action stars and American leading actresses
Apr 18th 2007
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Aka the star wars prequels thread
Apr 18th 2007
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I've never seen Garden State or Closer
Apr 18th 2007
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      I thought she was pretty good in Closer. Garden State not so much
Apr 18th 2007
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           I thought she did a good job in Garden State
Apr 19th 2007
39
Deniro is weak here too.
Apr 18th 2007
33
I'll have to rewatch Godfather II for that.
Apr 18th 2007
36
Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett in Babel
Apr 19th 2007
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Fat Butt and Pancake Head in "Gigli"
Apr 19th 2007
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1. "Leonardo DiCaprio & what's her name in Blood Diamond"
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I didn't believe that for one hot second.

  

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2. "Her name is Jennifer Connelly, you will respect at least that."
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:)

She's in my top five all-time, but I haven't seen Blood Diamond so I can't say either way (though it is a weird combo at first). However, she has managed chemistry with even the likes of Billy Campbell, Jared Leto, and a stripper's ass, so I'm gonna pre-emptively blame it on the character.

  

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3. "nice tits but"
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tits a relationship do not make

  

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4. "That's the love of my life. She just doesn't know it yet"
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6. "if you took her brains and added them to Scarlett Johannsen's"
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you might get half a brain

lol

  

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8. "Hey, she's actually intelligent!"
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But, from what a hear, a former Reinassance Faire geek. Not sure if I approve, but I can forgive her.

  

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10. "HA I believe it"
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she's got that look in her eyes, lol

  

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7. "mr hood"
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what's a mope?

I mean, I know what it is, but what's it short for?

  

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12. "Someone's been watching Mean Streets"
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I don't really think it's short for anything. I think it's kind of descriptive of how a guy looks: uneducated sad sack or whatnot.

  

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14. "they say it ALL through The Wire"
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it's constant!

lol

  

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18. "There I just took it to be like another way to say "perp.""
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19. "Yeah, but what I mean is that "perp" is short for "perpetrator""
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"Mope" MUST be short for SOMETHING...

  

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21. "Isn't it just the word mope but placed in a criminal context?"
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So that when continually used by police to refer to criminals it takes on an association like perp or perpetrator? I'm sure crazier things have happened in the history of the English langauge.

  

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23. "hmmm although I don't disagree about crazy jargon"
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it seems counter intuitive that a verb about being sulky or depressed would transmute into a noun about suspects and their alleged illegal behavior, lol.

  

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25. "maybe it's a play on a mope's aimlessness."
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27. "Stringer Bell sure ain't aimless"
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I need further data. I'll report back when/if I learn.

  

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29. "But the term predates the show"
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or I'm not sure

  

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30. "I should hope so"
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I would be embarrassed if I thought that these guys were making up jargon, lol.

I just emailed hbo to see if they would explain. I don't expect an answer immediately, but I do kind of expect an answer ultimately.

Maybe Simon & Burns explain it in The Corner.

We'll get to the bottom of this.

  

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40. "LOL. In how many posts did you ask this? n/m"
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kurly's Super-Duper Awesome DVD Collection:
http://www.dvdaficionado.com/dvds.html?cat=1&id=kurlyswirl

  

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41. "I kept asking until I got an answer lol"
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or I mean until I found out that there is no answer

yet




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42. "I think she's been asking since Monday"
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43. "anyway I think I only asked in three places"
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I thought bignick was ignoring me, but I think he was playing possum so as to hide the fact that he doesn't know, either.


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44. "I figured he thought it was a non-sequiteur"
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Or that you had been watching "Mean Streets."

Wait, no, that's a "mook."

  

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45. "he hates me"
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he hates everyone though so I'm not surprised

here's a non-sequitor for you:

I told my therapist that I had dreamt about Six Feet Under for two nights running after I finished watching it. He didn't even try to interpret the dreams. He's a Jungian and way into dreams, but he's also seen the whole show, so I guess he thinks that it's just normal to dream about it after the finale. lol

  

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5. "Humphrey Bogart w/ every woman except Hepburn in African Queen"
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I'm sorry, I just don't buy a single second of it.

"Your current frequencies of understanding outweigh that which has been given for you to understand." Saul Williams

  

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9. "Wow, even with Bacall?"
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I could buy it "To Have or Have Not."

  

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16. "I've never seen this movie actually"
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So I gotta claim ignorance.

"Your current frequencies of understanding outweigh that which has been given for you to understand." Saul Williams

  

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17. "Laruen Bacall's first acting role"
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She has a great entrance scene and another famous bit of dialogue.

It was where Bogart met her before marrying her.

  

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22. "even w/ Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca? really?"
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31. "Really"
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He looks old enough to be her father.

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34. "The age difference is sixteen years."
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Regardless, age difference automatically assumes a lack of chemistry?

But I don't know how to convince you otherwise, because you saying the relationship between Bergman and Bogart doesn't work is akin to saying the movie doesn't work. Like, that's a large large part of why Casablanca is *Casablanca*

  

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37. "RE: The age difference is sixteen years."
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The movie has A LOT less to do with their relationship than it does Rick's feelings for her. Their relationship has what, a three minute flashback montage? It's Rick's moping about over her that's got everything to do with it.
I happen to love this movie. I could literally sit and watch it all day.

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28. "you seen in a lonely place?"
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=4TztqYaemt0
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32. "Damn, no I haven't."
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"Your current frequencies of understanding outweigh that which has been given for you to understand." Saul Williams

  

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11. "Jesus and Jennifer Lopez in Angel Eyes"
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http://i.imgur.com/vPqCzVU.jpg

  

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24. "re: Lopez"
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She basically defines chemistry with Clooney in Out of Sight but couldn't get a spark going with either Jesus or Wooderson, nor, presumably, with Affleck. I think a lot of chemistry has to do with the character(s)* / director but also who one actor is playing across from. I'm sure Clooney could have chemistry with a pair of tennis shoes, so that's probably why the deficiency elsewhere in her career.



*Her character in U-Turn has plenty going that she is able to bring out well enough.

  

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38. "co-sign the Clooney point"
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I don't think I've ever seen him not pull it off with another actor.

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13. "jet li & aaliyah in "romeo must die""
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the big love scene was a handshake and a hug

i guess they were never really "in love" or in a relationship, but that was some of the most leaden on-screen "chemistry" (i hestitate to deem it chemistry) i've ever seen

  

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26. "Chinese action stars and American leading actresses"
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Maybe there's something there with how male-female relationships are usually (cripplingly) portrayed amongst the two, because Jackie Chan and Jennifer Love Hewitt now comes to mind. Maybe it's an inadequacy in how American cinema represents Asian masculinity. I don't know, it's too early for a thesis.

  

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15. "Aka the star wars prequels thread"
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20. "I've never seen Garden State or Closer"
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So I don't know if Natalie Portman was able to end her winless streak in either place, but in her other work and personal life even, she strikes me as all around vapid and flat. Matter fact, I guess the only time she really struck any chemistry with a leading man was with Jean Reno, which is a whole other post.

  

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35. "I thought she was pretty good in Closer. Garden State not so much"
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>So I don't know if Natalie Portman was able to end her
>winless streak in either place, but in her other work and
>personal life even, she strikes me as all around vapid and
>flat. Matter fact, I guess the only time she really struck
>any chemistry with a leading man was with Jean Reno, which is
>a whole other post.

Interesting chemistry in V for Vendetta as well. Terrible accent though.

  

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39. "I thought she did a good job in Garden State"
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I think there's more in that performance than most people notice.
But she does have a tendency to play flat.

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33. "Deniro is weak here too."
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He always shakes people he's supposed to care about. Like the woman in Heat and even little Michael in Godfather II. Everytime I watch that scene after he kills the neighborhood boss, it bothers me how he shakes that baby.

  

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36. "I'll have to rewatch Godfather II for that."
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I guess he is known less for tender roles, and maybe when he tries 'em, they come off as kinda hard-bitten still (which works to a wonderful degree in Raging Bull, for instance.) However, I don't think it's a big knock on his career. I mean, he had a weird kind of anti-chemistry chemistry with Bridget Fonda in Jackie Brown, and I recall his scenes with Uma Thurman in Mad Dog working well enough (despite the limitations of the script--and Uma Thurman).

  

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46. "Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett in Babel"
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Something about that pairing didn't seem right to me.

  

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47. "Fat Butt and Pancake Head in "Gigli""
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