I watched it with the volume off. More than enough. Makes me wonder WTF he's doing stuff like this and the tacky Gillette commercial. One of the comments asked the 18th relevant question: Does he have a massive, underfunded drug problem? I can't imagine this POS paid much.
He doesn't seem to have recovered from being dumped by Elsa Pataky.
This movie looks completely vile, disgusting, offensive, and not remotely funny. I'm sure it'll be a hit.
The one thing you can say is at least he deserved his Oscar.
This can't be real.
When he won an Oscar for The Pianist 10 years ago I cheered wildly. It was by far one of the greatest film performances I've ever seen.
It is depressing his career teetered so wildly towards the awful side (and still gets worse).
Why isn't he doing theater? He is a great actor and could do Broadway, very well I'm sure. I don't think he's ever done any theater. He is NOT an untalented actor, he just makes awful choices. I've known he was a good actor ever since Summer of Sam.
What R5 said. There is really nothing that can't pass for "Hollywood comedy" these days. Appalling.
Difficult to work with?
Looks hilarious! Some of you bitches must have constant nose bleeds from always taking the high road. Nothing wrong with poking a little fun at each other. Of course trying to reason with a pack of faux politically correct chat board queens is like reasoning with a nest of hornets. You cunts just go through life looking for something to bitch about.
r9, if you can't see how low-budget that piece of shit looks...eh, why bother fighting with 11 year olds?
I think, as the youngest Best Actor winner ever, his head got REALLY big and he became difficult. FWIW, Tina Fey said he was one of the most difficult hosts of SNL, if not THE worst.
I spy, with my little filmmaking eye, an exploding car on the Paramount lot. Oh how I would kill to have a budget for that. Damn you ShamWow guy for having the money to indulge in movie making just for kicks.
Isn't he a bit of a mama's boy? His mommy is the photographer Sylvia Plachy.
[quote]From the time he was born, Adrien was my favorite subject to photograph. I couldn't take my eyes off him—his emotions were mirrored in his face.
Here she interviews him for the Village Voice:
I looked at the movie's message board on IMDb. Apparently, they were test screening this movie for a year a half and its last showing was the week before Christmas. Doesn't sound hopeful. And they were asking for a 17-29 y.o. demographic.