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‘Welcome To The Rileys’ (2010) remains Stewart’s finest onscreen performance till date – and even that is not a patch on the recent works of many of her contemporaries.
Unfortunately for her, a gorgeous face and forever puckered lips cannot serve as substitutes to emotions.
Either due to a lack of interest, or overconfidence, or an inability to adapt to different roles – Aniston has become increasingly repetitive in her most recent ventures.
Her mere presence added charm to flicks like ‘Horrible Bosses’ and ‘We’re The Millers’, but her performances had nothing to do with these films’ commercial success.
If acting was a pendulum between sighing heavily, and…well…sighing more heavily, Stewart would have been a multiple Oscar-winner by now.
Her ‘Bella’-act in the otherwise-successful ‘Twilight’ franchise has got to be one of the most consistently expressionless feats in the history of Hollywood.
Not taking a hint from the criticism directed at her performance, Beyonce went ahead to do forgettable flicks like ‘The Pink Panther’ (at least it has some fans!
Thanks to her extremely limited acting capacities, Parker has been stereotyped for roles of snooty, high-society ladies only.
From Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe, to Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence – there has never been any shortage of ‘beauty with brains’ in the tinsel town of Hollywood.
Kate Winslet’s turn as ‘Rose’ in ‘Titanic’ was the starting point of a hugely successful career.
When Beyonce sang ‘Crazy In Love’, she became the darling of music-fans worldwide overnight.
Then came her hamming act in ‘Austin Powers in Goldmember’.