->''"HAM AND CHEESE!! BRILLIANT!!"''
-->-- '''BillBailey''', talking about Toasties during ''bewilderness''

->''"...For if knowledge is power, then [[AGodAmI A God Am]] '''''[[AGodAmI IIII]]!!!''''' [{{Beat}}] ''(to Two-Face)'' [[LampshadeHanging Was that over the top]]? I can never tell."''
-->-- '''The Riddler''', ''Film/BatmanForever''

->''"That sardonic thing is mostly when the dialogue is puerile. You want to let the audience in on the fact that '[[AsideGlance Yes, I know this is shit']]."''
-->-- '''Creator/ChristopherPlummer''' on the common characteristics of the characters he plays.

->''"...mostly it's an opportunity to watch Creator/JohnMalkovich turn in a performance that had to - HAD TO - be a direct challenge to the director, 'Please, fire me. I'm begging you to fire me. I'll do a take like this and then you'll have to fire me. Wait, [[SpringtimeForHitler I'm still not fired?']]"''
-->-- '''''{{Rifftrax}}''''', product description for ''Film/{{Eragon}}''

->''"[[Creator/KlausKinski (Klaus) Kinskiís]] reputation for being impossible preceded him at this point, and he didnít get many job offers, so had to act in abject crap like David Schmoellerís 1986 film ď''{{Film/Crawlspace}}''.Ē... 'I am my own judge, jury, and executioner,' Dr. Gunther shrieks, walking around in his basement [[ThoseWackyNazis in an SS uniform]]. 'Heil Gunther!' Kinski puts on a crazy smile and wobbling eyes when he says this line. Itís a fuck you to the idiocy of the script, and itís so funny, [[LaughablyEvil itís actually scary.]]"''
-->--'''[[http://www.salon.com/2004/04/22/kinski_2/ Cintra Wilson]]'''

->'''Mike:''' Paul Giamatti, in his greatest role since the ''John Adams'' miniseries!\\
'''Rich:''' What is his name, the guy who played, uh, [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn Norman?]]\\
'''Jay:''' That's Chris Cooper, he's a really great actor. (I guess that's [[ClassicallyTrainedExtra a running theme.]])\\
'''Mike:''' Chris Cooper is an ''Academy Award''-winning actor.\\
'''Rich:''' That's fine, but he was more cartoony in that [[DeathIsDramatic deathbed scene]] than he was in the [[{{Film/TheMuppets}} Muppet movie]].\\
'''Mike:''' There's a lot of good actors in this movie, it's just--....just...just...shit.
-->--'''''[[WebVideo/HalfInTheBag Half in the Bag]]''''' on ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2''

->''"(Guy) Pearce, as the hero, makes the mistake of [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously trying to give a good and realistic performance]]. [[Creator/JeremyIrons (Jeremy) Irons]] at least knows what kind of movie he's in, and hams it up accordingly."''
-->-- '''Creator/RogerEbert''', reviewing ''[[Film/TheTimeMachine2002 The Time Machine]]'' (2002)

->''"Hopper is always a joy to watch mucking about in a bad movie, but his role in ''{{Film/Waterworld}}'' is a genuine delight. He doesn't bother trying to be legitimately menacing because it just wasn't gonna work; instead, he goes for this [[AffablyEvil affably-bumbling-but-merciless]] antagonist, halfway between a kid's movie pirate and a [[HonestJohnsDealership Texas snake oil salesman]]."''
-->--'''Creator/JimSterling''', ''Movie Defense Force''

->''"...But for now, letís check in with MalcolmMcDowell, who is [[BuffySpeak Malcolm McDowelling]] it up over at Water & Power HQ. Iím not even gonna lie: I am a complete sucker for guys like Malcolm [=McDowell=] as villains. I want a version of ''TheExpendables'' thatís the villains instead of the heroes with him, Jeremy Irons, Creator/AlanRickman, Creator/KurtwoodSmith and that dude who played Salieri in ''{{Film/Amadeus}}''."''
-->--'''Chris Sims''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-tank-girl-review/ on]] ''Film/TankGirl''

->''"I shouldnít condemn (Jeremy) Irons too much, because in truth he ends up providing most of the movieís meager entertainment value. Itís obvious that early in the production, he realized that this was not going to be his finest hour no matter what he did, so he chose to indulge himself and turn his usual carefully-measured intensity into full-on scenery chewing. Itís fun to watch him cut loose and forget everything he ever learned about good acting, as we will see shortly."''
-->-- '''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Film/DungeonsAndDragons''

->''"As he descends the stairs, we see Profion is played by [[LoungeLizard Wayne Newton]]...no, wait, I mean itís Jeremy Irons, who earns his place in the annals of embarrassed actors with one of the most over-the-top performances in recent bad movie memory. Really, this is $9.95-a-plate off-strip Las Vegas dinner theatre ''{{Theatre/Hamlet}}'' bad... Between the way Irons gestures, closes his eyes while orating, and shakes his head as he speaks, he winds up looking like a faith healer on one of the Protestant channels in deep cable."''
-->--'''Jabootu''' [[http://www.jabootu.com/d&d.htm on]] ''Dungeons & Dragons''

->''"To be fair to Bruce Payne, though, I donít think there was much he could do with this role. I checked the script Ė all of these lines, including the uber-creepy, 'Whatís the matter? Donít you want to [[FoeYay be inside me]]?' line were all in the script. Whatís an actor supposed to do with that? You can either play it straight and [[{{Narm}} sound like a tool]] or you can go the route that Raul Julia went in the ''Street Fighter'' movie and give a performance that includes a large order of ham with a side of cheese. Iím not happy with Payneís performance, but this guy had to go through this movie and ''Dungeons & Dragons'' in the same year. If he hadnít been given the chance to go stupidly over the top with his performances, [[YourHeadASplode his head might have exploded]]."''
-->--[[http://screamsheet.wordpress.com/2011/01/22/highlander-endgame-part-two/ The Screamsheet]] on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}}: Endgame''

->''"''[Robert] ''Duvall is seriously hilarious in this movie and the ''Film/CapeFear'' comparison is apt. He apparently [[GoingNative goes all native]] when he gets captured by the Indians so he is like a [[SplitPersonality two face]] when he returns to civilization. In the Puritan camp he is all super prim and proper and stiff. When its night, he strips down, shaves his whole body, carves things into himself, whoops, hollers, and kills motherf*ckers with a knife. Everyone else tries to be all stiff and have proper accents and talk formally and whatnot. [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent No, not Duvall]]. He went all [[LethalWeapon Martin Riggs]] in this movie and itís glorious."''
-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/the-scarlet-letter-1995-roland-joffe-2/ on]] ''The Scarlet Letter'' (1995)

->''"In all honesty, if youíve never done it to a friend, I highly recommend it. There is nothing more fun than pretending to be Jack Palance."''
-->--'''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/batman-1989-review-2/ on]] ''{{Film/Batman}}''

->''" Unlike the filmmakers, who couldn't figure out exactly what kind of movie they wanted to make, Raul clearly decided that ''Film/StreetFighter'' was meant to be utterly ridiculous. He may have gotten this idea from the scene in which he transforms a man into a giant green troll doll with Kool-Aid, or it may have occurred to him during the five-minute sequence wherein he tries to blow up an invisible speedboat with a ''Super Street Fighter II'' arcade stick."''
-->-- '''''{{Website/Cracked}}''''', "[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/4-inappropriately-awful-final-movies-great-actors_p2/#ixzz2c6D0pq6R 4 Inappropriately Awful Movies of Great Actors]]"

->''"Zane is wildly over-the-top, which is probably why he didn't get good reviews. Also, Zane is wildly over-the-top, which is why he is the most entertaining thing in the movie."''
-->-- '''Sady from ''[[http://tigerbeatdown.com/?p=607 Tiger Beatdown]]''''', on ''{{Titanic}}''

->''"It's literally like he woke up every morning and said to himself "I'm not going to act today! I don't know WHAT I'm going to do, but it's not gonna be acting."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''', on Creator/DennisHopper's performance in the [[Film/SuperMarioBros Super Mario Bros. movie]].

->''"We're then introduced to our villains of the film. Michael Clarke Duncan as the Kingpin, and Colin Farrell as Bullseye, and I swear, these guys are having the time of their life whenever the camera is on them. It's like they know the movie is totally fucking ridiculous, so they're just gonna have fun with it."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', ''Film/{{Daredevil}}''

->''"In a continuing observation, the young Dustin Diamond is a truly horrendous performer, with terrible timing, unclear diction, and speaking every line like someone whoís phonetically repeating words that have no meaning to him, like [[HughMann a stranded alien]]. This is possibly why heís rarely given more than a single line of dialogue at a time, and is mostly kept to [[WildTake pulling stupid faces.]]"''
-->--'''[[https://franticplanet.wordpress.com/2015/03/23/so-excited-so-scared-screechs-woman/ Stuart Millard]]''' on Series/SavedByTheBell'', ''So Excited, So Scared''

->''" I know you are going to think Iím mad but imagine a universe where the the Rani joined the Doctor on his adventures and [[OnlySaneMan commented dryly]] on his prattish actions all the time. The show would have become something unrecognisable and I would be needing incontinence pads for each subsequent story. Watch the climax to episode two where she pulls off her wig like a bad drag queen at the end of a long night of cabaret and then gets accosted and tied up like a {{panto}} villain, every move exaggerated to let the kiddies know that she isn't really in any danger...I could watch her until the end of time refusing to take any of this nonsense remotely seriously and running rings around the new Doctor and Mel. "''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/time-and-rani-written-by-pip-and-jane.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS24E1TimeAndTheRani}} "Time and the Rani"]]

->''"Eric Roberts, for all the criticism he gets, is at least having fun with the script. His decision to devour large swaths of scenery locate him firmly in the tradition of [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS17E5TheHornsOfNimon}} Graham Crowden]] and [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS4E5TheUnderwaterMenace}} Joseph Furst]]. Which is to say that heís not destined for fan acclaim, but heís easy to like if youíre of the mind to."''
-->-- '''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2012/12/clinging-to-skin-of-this-tiny-little.html Phil Sandifer]]''', "[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie}} The TV Movie]]"

->'''David''': Lionel Luthor is just an unrepentant asshole...The biggest high point for me was Lionel, probably. He looks like he can chew up some scenery, and Iím looking forward to seeing him the rest of this season.\\
'''Chris''': Definitely. Things were just way more fun when he was around, just arch-villaining it up all over the place and [[PipePain hitting Green Arrow with pipes.]]\\
'''David''': This show really isnít at its best when itís trying to be subtle.
-->--'''''Smallvillains''''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-recaps-smallville-episode-10-10-luthor/ on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Luthor"

->''"The one thing I ''do'' like about [[{{Sequelitis}} the sequels]] is just how much fun HugoWeaving seems to be having with the character. It's like he realized how poor the scripts were, and decided to make the best out of a bad situation."''
-->--[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] on [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions]].

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