While there are some quality romantic movies out there to keep your mind open to, you don't always get that lucky with the selection.
You probably sat through a few that felt so gushy you lost all interest in love whatsoever, and romance often lacks the charisma of the chick-flick genre.
“He says, ‘Would you take her out of here and bring in another actress to read off camera with me? The actor said: “Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world . He said the actress would break down in tears at any criticism and disrupt filming by giggling too much.
“She slipped into silly moods, forcing us to do scenes over and over again when she’d start laughing,” he wrote. We couldn’t stand the sight of each other.” Strong-headed Hopkins had a spectacular personality crash with the outspoken Mac Laine when the duo filmed “A Change of Seasons” in 1980.
To get your opinion across, vote up all the sappy/ridiculous/dreadful movies your girlfriend makes you watch over and over again.
Both are celebrating their birthdays today, his 31st and her 29th, and so I wish them both a happy birthday.
Lindsay Lohan: “Mix ridiculously entitled on-set behavior with utter unreliability and you’ve got Lindsay.
The actress has ruffled so many feathers that only a few daring filmmakers will even think of hiring her.” 15.
That drew the ire of comedians and fans who didn’t appreciate Team Coco getting backstabbed. Ashton Kutcher: “He was once viewed as Hollywood’s most down to earth dude” (really?You keep finding excuses to miss movie night – maybe .You suck it up, buy some microwave popcorn, and hold her tight while watching Ryan Gosling play a jerk yet gain.Mulder and Scully may have reunited for next year’s “X-Files” reboot, but the actors who play them were never superfriendly. Asked what it was like to work with the veteran actress, he fumed: “She was the most obnoxious actress I have ever worked with.” They may have shared some sizzling chemistry on-screen, but Di Caprio and Danes could not stand the sight of each other behind the scenes of Baz Luhrmann’s “Romeo Juliet” in 1996.Picking a movie for date night presents a bit of a struggle, especially if your girlfriend loves romantic flicks and you just do not vibe with them.