Addison Rae may have risen to fame on TikTok, but she never planned to stay there. In little less than a year, this multi-talented young star managed to secure her own Netflix deals and even went on to pursue a music career. However, not everyone thought this was a positive move; critics were negative, but one thing’s for sure: Addison Rae is an ambitious young lady.
The highly-anticipated acting debut of the young star back in 2021, in the Netflix movie “ He’s All That” left both fans and critics disappointed. The movie was deemed “rotten” by Rotten Tomatoes, with one critic even going as far as saying it’s a “learning lesson about how anyone can be an actor now, regardless of one’s (lack of) qualifications or talent for the craft.” Ouch.
Heather Locklear skyrocketed to fame in the early 90s with her portrayal of Amanda Woodward on the famous “Melrose Place.” But while many credit the show's success to Locklear’s performance, some people have a very different opinion of the blonde bombshell. In fact, her performance actually landed her a spot on IMDB’s worst actresses list.
According to one critic, Locklear's character is their least favorite on the entire show. The critic went on to describe Locklear's acting as "quite mean," and some cast and crew members have described her to be not so different in real life. Regardless, apart from some B-movies after the show, Locklear pretty much disappeared from the spotlight, proving her talent was never really that much, to begin with.
Justin Timberlake may hit all the right notes and be an incredible performer on stage, but his stint as a Hollywood actor has received mixed reviews. "He might be able to carry a tune, but he can't carry a movie on his own," says a Rotten Tomatoes critic who slammed Timberlake's performance in "Runner Runner."
And they’re not alone in that opinion – the pop star has faced endless backlash for his onscreen skills. For instance, his acting in the 2011 romcom “Friends with Benefits,” with co-star Mila Kunis, was fun and light, but definitely not a movie you’d watch for a second time. Perhaps it may be time to just stick to music, Justin.
Ashton Kutcher made his acting debut playing the clumsy Michael Kelso in “That 70’s Show,” and let’s just say his character wasn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. After playing Kelso for so many years, Kutcher seemed to get typecast as the handsome “dimwitted” sweetheart in every rom-com he starred in.
But apart from his role in “The Butterfly Effect” and 2013’s “Jobs,” the biopic about the Apple founder, Kutcher has stuck to playing the dumb jock. Many critics have said he just seems to have never grown out of the typecast, which is a real possibility. However, it is also quite possible that this pretty-faced actor never knew how to really act.
Being a part of the Baldwin family dynasty practically guarantees a spot in Hollywood, which is why Alec Baldwin’s brother Stephen probably got cast to begin with. However, that doesn’t mean he has any earth-shattering acting skills.
In fact, apart from supporting roles in “The Usual Suspects” and “Born on the Fourth of July,” you’ve probably never even heard of the movies he’s been in. Stephen was smart enough to leave acting aside and focus on being a producer and enjoying family time with his far more talented brother, Alec. And let’s not forget, he’s the father of the gorgeous Hailey Bieber, so, we guess Steve has just learned to enjoy fame by proxy.