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Topic: DISCUSSION/SUGGESTIONS for WORST ACTOR
Posted: December 12 2011 at 3:03pm By MR
MBH: I was not trying to change your opinion about his acting. You made a statement about the box office and I provided some numbers from Box Office Mojo. That's all. You are reading more into it than that.

As for your comment that he is sitting on his butt waiting for good directors to take a chance with him: Well, Pattinson just finished filming a starring role in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis. Cronenberg is a pretty good director, don't you think? 

I am glad that you have goodwill for the guy. You seem okay. 

Originally posted by mbh

Dear MR: "LOL"??? What is so funny about that?

I did see them. But that doesn't make Remember Me a hit, or critics like Patts acting, as much as you want it.

I'm having a Déjà vu here. I had a simular conversation last year with
27years. But she at least came up with a few good points why not to vote
for Twilight/Pattinson. Nobody here is impressed by the numbers his
movies made.

And it doesn't matter if that statement is old, it is trailing New Moon,
and its numbers don't make Breaking Dawn a good movie anyways.

As I said, I have goodwill for the guy and I'm interested in his period
drama. But looking at Patts future projects shows me he isn't doing
anything. I hope he is at least taking some acting lessons, to show that
he takes his craft serious, while he is sitting on his butt, waiting
for good directors to take a chance with him.