Will Smith: I really shouldn't have to explain myself here. He started out on the comedy Fresh Prince (a show I also hate), and he hasn't stopped playing the same character since. That's his biggest problem, I he shouldn't. In all his "serious" roles is basically him just with a monotone face made that makes it as laughable as his comedies (I'm not planning on seeing Seven Pounds). For the rest of his movies, good ideas are always ruined by him. However, there are cases where no matter who the actor in lead was, the rest of the movie is just too damn dreadful to fix (I Am Legend and I, Robot in particular). Remember when he used to make a rap single for every summer movie he was in?
Halle Berry: I'll be honest, the first movie I saw her in was Die Another Day. This was back when I loved classic James Bond and even some of the modern ones, but I hated that back then. Let's not forget the butchering of both Storm and Catwoman. Once again, her "serious" rolls and awards is just nothing more Academy Awards drivel and I do not give a crap about her "personal life," tabloids. Oh yeah, she's not hot either.
Angelina Jolie: If Bono was an American female actress, he'd be Angelina Jolie. Oh yeah, she's definitely
Matthew Broderick: Has he even been in a good movie? Looking at his listings here, doesn't look like it.
Sean Connery: I like him, but his butchering of Alan Moore's vision of Alan Quartermain in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is unforgettably unforgivable