Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
From Dusk Til Dawn
I’ve never been a huge fan, but it has the Rodriguez style and it’s a fun watch. Great performances by Keitel, Clooney, and Juliette Lewis, but the performance by Liu as the son is one of the worst performances I can even think of. Completely takes you out of the movie and that includes Tarantino also acting in this movie.
I'm just gonna slip Marion Cotillard in The Dark Knight Rises here.
Many of Dario Argento’s more famous films. As much as I love it, Phenomena has some terrible acting. I think it adds to the charm.
*Barry Lyndon* is arguably one of the greatest movies of all time and a master stroke by Kubrick. Ryan O'Neal is pretty bad in it though. In *Gangs of New York*, DDL gives an all-time great performance, and a lot of the supporting characters are great too (Brendan Gleeson, Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly). But Leonardi DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz are awful.
Spider-Man 3 is a phenomenally well-directed superhero movie. Sam Raimi nails set-piece after set-piece, and keeps the pacing up throughout, but I don't think I need to say any more about a few of the performances in that movie.
John Carpenter directed the shit out of Halloween but some of the acting in it is really bad
The 15:17 to Paris. I really like Eastwood's choice to cast these guys as themselves despite the fact that it was a terribly acted film, so bad that the movie itself doesn't work. But if Eastwood could do it all over, I'd have him recast the same guys, because they're heroes and it's cool to give heroes a chance to be movie stars even if it doesn't work out.