Six Days, Seven Nights (1998)
Hot off Donnie Brasco and Wag The Dog, Heche was hand-picked to be Ford’s latest screen cutie.
It should have launched her a few rungs up the Tinseltown ladder.
Instead, woozy from the wreckage, she plunged straight into Psycho, a tell-all bio titled Call Me Crazy and ecstasy-fuelled freakouts which lead her to claim she was God’s daughter.
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Jan 6th 2010, 9:53
Fair play, that's an interesting trend (tho' perhaps a bit harsh on KST).
I know his movie career has completely, completely flopped, but I do recommend Mark Hamill's voicework on Batman: The Animated Series. He's an utterly brilliant Joker (also, Kevin Conroy: best Batman yet).
Nice cameo in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back, too.
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Jan 6th 2010, 10:16
You cannot have KST in this list you just look foolish. On top of the many films she's done recently she won a Bafta and many other awards and nominated for an Oscar for her performance in I've loved you for so long.
Jan 6th 2010, 14:49
Rubbish. Absolute rubbish.
If you had made more of an effort in doing research instead of pushing bad jokes at the end of every paragraph, you might have learned a little more about these people's careers.
Hint: Mark Hamill is not exactly hurting for money. Why? Look it up. You're almost there. Also, he had a recent release in another medium that was a smash hit. Again, look it up.
You're not funny enough so at least act professional.
Jan 6th 2010, 23:12
KAREN ALLEN has been in tons of excellent and successful films...
John Landis "ANIMAL HOUSE"
John Carpenter's "STARMAN"
Paul Newman's "THE GLASS MENAGERIE"
Richard Donner's "SCROOGED"
Spike Lee's "MALCOLM X"
Wolfgang Petersen's "THE PERFECT STORM"
Spielberg's "RAIDERS" and "INDY 4"...
She has also won tons of awards on Broadway...
I know she isn't an A-list celeb, but the woman has had a long and successful career.
Jan 6th 2010, 23:58
lucky number slevin was quality.
Jan 7th 2010, 15:15
Er, I think this was done slightly tongue in cheeky people! Calm down. Although I must admit, Harrison does seem to have the bad luck charm, seems though he has turned it onto himself recently...
Jan 7th 2010, 15:35
yeah well heche had it coming............b1tch
Jan 7th 2010, 23:19
If only someone would cast him alongside Ashton Kutcher or Shia Lebeouf.
Jan 9th 2010, 10:20
You do realize that "Beware Shia LeBeouf" means that the reaer should fear him, right? I suspect you meant, "Beware, Shia LeBeouf", as in an indicaton for him to feal fear for his career.
Comma before a direct address is important as there's a major difference between "Eat, my friends" and "eat my friends", for instance.
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