It must be both difficult and awkward for Ben Affleck to be best friends with the solid actor, Matt Damon. Best friend Damon has walked away with an Oscar, two Golden Globes, and three BAFTAs (British Academy Film Awards) while Affleck has only seemed to pocket Golden Raspberry nominations. Four to be exact!
In 2003, the actor took home the Razzie for his combined terrible roles in “Daredevil,” “Gigli” and “Paycheck.” Affleck’s career in the film industry has taken on a new positive note, as the actor has proven himself a capable director. In fact, his movie “Argo” won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
She may be a phenomenal singer reaching really high notes, but this only applies to singing. When it comes to movies, even if she is playing the role of an up-and-coming singer, Mariah Carey’s range is flat. Honestly, Carey has had a few roles, but none of them have been stellar.
Lee Daniel’s “Precious” was a heavy film and Carey may have just gotten away with her role in the film, but apart from “Precious," any film starring this singer has enjoyed subpar reviews. The most notable in her filmography is “Glitter.” Its score on “IMBD” was a miserable 2.4/10.
This actress can certainly do the ditsy girl-next-door types, but when a bit of diversity is required on Cameron Diaz’s part, well the part probably should not have been hers to play. Compared with the outstanding performances by Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis in “Gangs of New York,” the actress’s own Irish accent seemed out of place and distinctly un-Irish.
Martin Scorsese’s excellent directing may have spared the actress a Razzie nomination but in her acting lifetime, Diaz has received four nominations. In 2014, Diaz, finally, won the dishonorable award proving her as one of the industry’s worst. And Diaz even took an acting hiatus for the good part of a decade.
And the award for the actor with the most Golden Raspberries goes to… SYLVESTER STALLONE! The satirical and unapologetic, “South Park” is known for going after celebrities. Few celebrities are not ridiculed, and Sylvester Stallone is no exception.
One of the major weaknesses “South Park” pointed out about Stallone’s acting is that the actor’s lines are barely distinguishable. Not being able to hear what the actor is saying is hardly the hallmark of great acting no matter how exciting or action-packed the storyline. But you can't talk about Stallone without mentioning "Rocky." He was great in all of those movies, even the bad ones.
Things were looking up for Alicia Silverstone in the early to mid-1990s. Or rather Silverstone managed to offer viewers mediocre lead performances. “Clueless” and “The Crush” received fair ratings, but they were not at all generous, truth be told. Yet, after that, the reviews have just gotten poorer and poorer.
Recent productions such as “Sister of the Groom” (2020) scored 4.6/10 and “Last Survivors” (2021) 4.8/10 on “IMBD.” “Clueless” may be a teen classic but Silverstone was not required to display much emotional range in the film. And since then, she has failed to deliver a unique and captivating performance.