🔥 | Latest

Cuba Gooding Jr.: The actor/actress must have performed in at least 10 films. at least one of these films had to have grossed $30 million or more at the box office, adjusted for inflation. at least one of these films had to be within the past 5 Actor s who appear in the best films Ranked by highest average Metacritic score of all film appearances Rank Name PostiveMixed NegativeAg Score 1 Daniel Day-Lewis 2 Michael Fassbender 3 Jahn C Reily 4 Benedict Cunberbatch 5 Robert De Niro 6 Tom Hanks 7 Matt Damon 8 Leonardo DiCeprio 9 Jake Gylenhaal 10 Jeremy Renner 11 Tommy Lee Jones 12 Edward Norton 65 62 14 Sean Penn 15 Christian Bale Vox Actresses who appear in the best films Ranked by highest average Metacritic score of al fiim appearances PositiveMixedNegative Avg Score 1 Carey Muligan 89 2 Tida Swinton 3 Marion Cotllard 4 Cate Blanchett 5 Jennifer Lawrence 6 Charlotte Rampling 63 8 Meryl Streep 9 Jodie Foster 10 Scarlett Johansson 11 Brie Larson 12 Maggie Smith 13 Ellen Page 14 Judi Dench 15 Kirsten Dunst 62 62 62 62 6 Voar Actors who appear in the worst films Ranked by lowest average Metacntic score of al fim appearances Rank Name Negative MixedPositive Avg Score 1 Rob Schneider 2 Adam Sandler 3 Ashton Kutcher 4 Kevin James 5 Taylor Lautner 6 Cuba Gooding Jr. 7 Hayden Christensen 8 Gerard Butler 30 9 Charlie Sheen ESI, 45 10 Jason Statham 12 Syvester Stallone 13 Christian Slater 14 Jash Hartnett 15 Nicolas Cage Vox Actresses who appear in the worst films Ranked by lowest average Metacritic score of all film appearances Rank Name NegativeMxedPositiveAvE Score 1 Jennifer Love Hewitt 2 Jessica Alba 4 Denise Richards 5 Alica Slverstone 6 Megan Fox 7 Jessica Biel 8 Jennifer Lopez 9 Lindsay Lohan 10 Sarah Jessica Parker 11 Sharon Stone 12 Salma Hayck 13 Mla Kunis 14 Cameron Diaz 15 Halle Berry 43 48 48 Voar Film critics' reviews vary wildly by genre Generaly b verage Melacritic save (D-100 Hollywoods favourite and least favourite
Cuba Gooding Jr.: The actor/actress must have performed in at least 10
 films.
 at least one of these films had to have grossed $30
 million or more at the box office, adjusted for inflation.
 at least one of these films had to be within the past 5
 Actor
 s who appear in the best films
 Ranked by highest average Metacritic score of all film appearances
 Rank Name
 PostiveMixed NegativeAg Score
 1 Daniel Day-Lewis
 2 Michael Fassbender
 3 Jahn C Reily
 4 Benedict Cunberbatch
 5 Robert De Niro
 6 Tom Hanks
 7 Matt Damon
 8 Leonardo DiCeprio
 9 Jake Gylenhaal
 10 Jeremy Renner
 11 Tommy Lee Jones
 12 Edward Norton
 65
 62
 14 Sean Penn
 15 Christian Bale
 Vox
 Actresses who appear in the best films
 Ranked by highest average Metacritic score of al fiim appearances
 PositiveMixedNegative Avg Score
 1 Carey Muligan
 89
 2 Tida Swinton
 3 Marion Cotllard
 4 Cate Blanchett
 5 Jennifer Lawrence
 6 Charlotte Rampling
 63
 8 Meryl Streep
 9 Jodie Foster
 10 Scarlett Johansson
 11 Brie Larson
 12 Maggie Smith
 13 Ellen Page
 14 Judi Dench
 15 Kirsten Dunst
 62
 62
 62
 62
 6
 Voar
 Actors who appear in the worst films
 Ranked by lowest average Metacntic score of al fim appearances
 Rank Name
 Negative MixedPositive Avg Score
 1 Rob Schneider
 2 Adam Sandler
 3 Ashton Kutcher
 4 Kevin James
 5 Taylor Lautner
 6 Cuba Gooding Jr.
 7 Hayden Christensen
 8 Gerard Butler
 30
 9 Charlie Sheen ESI,
 45
 10 Jason Statham
 12 Syvester Stallone
 13 Christian Slater
 14 Jash Hartnett
 15 Nicolas Cage
 Vox
 Actresses who appear in the worst films
 Ranked by lowest average Metacritic score of all film appearances
 Rank Name
 NegativeMxedPositiveAvE Score
 1
 Jennifer Love Hewitt
 2 Jessica Alba
 4 Denise Richards
 5 Alica Slverstone
 6 Megan Fox
 7 Jessica Biel
 8 Jennifer Lopez
 9 Lindsay Lohan
 10 Sarah Jessica Parker
 11 Sharon Stone
 12 Salma Hayck
 13 Mla Kunis
 14 Cameron Diaz
 15 Halle Berry
 43
 48
 48
 Voar
 Film critics' reviews vary wildly by genre
 Generaly b
 verage Melacritic save (D-100
Hollywoods favourite and least favourite

Hollywoods favourite and least favourite

Cuba Gooding Jr.: A Response to The Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson Dress Photo
Cuba Gooding Jr.: A Response to The Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson Dress Photo

A Response to The Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson Dress Photo

Cuba Gooding Jr.: ti Showtimetate Golden Tate really went full Cuba Gooding Jr. in "Jerry Maguire" 🤑 (via @showtimetate)
Cuba Gooding Jr.: ti
 Showtimetate
Golden Tate really went full Cuba Gooding Jr. in "Jerry Maguire" 🤑 (via @showtimetate)

Golden Tate really went full Cuba Gooding Jr. in "Jerry Maguire" 🤑 (via @showtimetate)

Cuba Gooding Jr.: <p><b>ICYMI: </b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy, Jennifer Garner, and Cuba Gooding Jr. play Truth or Door! </a></p>
Cuba Gooding Jr.: <p><b>ICYMI: </b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy, Jennifer Garner, and Cuba Gooding Jr. play Truth or Door! </a></p>

<p><b>ICYMI: </b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy, Jennifer Garner, and Cuba Gooding Jr. play...

Cuba Gooding Jr.: <h2><b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy let Jennifer Garner and Cuba Gooding Jr. show off their artistic sides in Truth or Door! </a></b></h2>
Cuba Gooding Jr.: <h2><b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy let Jennifer Garner and Cuba Gooding Jr. show off their artistic sides in Truth or Door! </a></b></h2>

<h2><b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaAWAbrXxpo" target="_blank">Jimmy let Jennifer Garner and Cuba Gooding Jr. show off thei...

Cuba Gooding Jr.: Bette Midler @BetteMidler Follow The Oscars are today! You know, the awards show where Leonardo DiCaprio is "overdue" but black people can "wait till next year <p><a href="http://slagartehfox.tumblr.com/post/140222616147/becketted-pers-books-truthaboutspeech" class="tumblr_blog">slagartehfox</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://becketted.tumblr.com/post/140222214348">becketted</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pers-books.tumblr.com/post/140221381189">pers-books</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://truthaboutspeech.tumblr.com/post/140220124408">truthaboutspeech</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pers-books.tumblr.com/post/140167579259">pers-books</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>#OscarsSoWhite</p> </blockquote> <p>Were they just supposed to give awards on the basis of “ok you’re black, we need to fill a quota here’s an award”?<br/><br/>Or can we go based on merit and who actually earned it? The fact is the industry has a lot more white actors because the population of the country is mostly white, so you’re always going to get  a lot of white winners. It’s not racist, it’s statistics.<br/><br/>When the hell was the last time Bette Midler was even relevant? I’m not even aware of what she’s famous for. </p> </blockquote> <p>Wow! Where to start with this bullshit?</p> <p>No one wants a fucking quota. That’s not what anyone’s asking for. Yes, the Oscars are supposed to be about merit, but if you look at who and what’s nominated for an Oscar each year, compared to oh, say, ANY OTHER FUCKING FILM AWARD, you’ll see quite clearly that non-white actors and film-makers of considerable merit are IGNORED by the nearly ALL WHITE ALL MALE Oscars committee. So how come EVERY OTHER film award committee thinks there are actors of colour who merit an award yet the Oscars committee doesn’t? </p> <p>I very much fucking doubt it’s lack of merit, but rather the kind of bullshit racism you’ve just displayed.</p> <p>I’m a queer woman, but I’m also white, so perhaps <a href="https://tmblr.co/mOrTi51w21hwXHhob1QGMkg">@reverseracism</a> or <a href="https://tmblr.co/mTzoFCkjc22BN6Wa-hUGQDg">@fandomshatepeopleofcolor</a> wants to explain this better?</p> <p>(And if those blogs don’t want to get into this, I quite understand. I just don’t want to be accused of not staying in my lane and whitesplaining, but at the same time, I couldn’t ignore this bullshit reblog.)</p> </blockquote> <p><b> Or can we go based on merit and who actually earned it? </b><br/></p> <p>lmao I love when people say this kind of stuff because they’re basically admitting they’re racist because the subtext here is that they absolutely believe people of color are worse artists than white people, because there’s no other explanation here, otherwise. Seriously, examined the “merit” argument translates to “I admit i inherently think white people are better actors and technicians”.</p> <p>Like even my mother who is far from a social justice aware person understands this and was ranting about how people can be so racist that they believe this is some kind of <i>statistical anomaly</i>. For like 80 years. </p> <p>Anyway this person has an icon about Freeze Peach so no one takes this kind of bigot seriously. Don’t worry about it, <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m3-aJd2K0lkYXEXCh6vhpLw">@pers-books</a>.</p> </blockquote> <p>There’s so much straw here I could light the frozen wastes of Alaska on fire with it.</p> </blockquote> <p>&gt;“whitesplaining”<br/>And just like that my ability to take anything they said seriously went flying out the window.</p><p>Also “let’s ignore the Latinos and LGBT and the Black female president of the Academy because muh lack of diverseteh!”</p><p>My question to the people saying these things is this: what would you have nominated instead? What critically acclaimed black movies or actors happened in 2015 that should’ve been nominated? Concussion? Perhaps. Straight out of Compton? (and I believe that did get nominated for something) Perhaps. But other than that, I really can’t think of much. It’s likely next year will be different, I can already think of one movie that may be a contender (The one about Jesse Owens) and so we’ll see. Meanwhile in other years “12 years a Slave” won best picture and “Selma” received a lot of praise and several acclaimed black actors (Jamie Foxx, Whoppi Goldberg, Cuba Gooding Jr., Lupita Nyong'o, and others) have been up for and won awards. So just cool your jets, it’s not like there’s been this decades-old tradition of excluding African-Americans from the awards.</p>
Cuba Gooding Jr.: Bette Midler
 @BetteMidler
 Follow
 The Oscars are today! You know, the awards
 show where Leonardo DiCaprio is "overdue" but
 black people can "wait till next year
<p><a href="http://slagartehfox.tumblr.com/post/140222616147/becketted-pers-books-truthaboutspeech" class="tumblr_blog">slagartehfox</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://becketted.tumblr.com/post/140222214348">becketted</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pers-books.tumblr.com/post/140221381189">pers-books</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://truthaboutspeech.tumblr.com/post/140220124408">truthaboutspeech</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pers-books.tumblr.com/post/140167579259">pers-books</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>#OscarsSoWhite</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Were they just supposed to give awards on the basis of “ok you’re black, we need to fill a quota here’s an award”?<br/><br/>Or can we go based on merit and who actually earned it? The fact is the industry has a lot more white actors because the population of the country is mostly white, so you’re always going to get  a lot of white winners. It’s not racist, it’s statistics.<br/><br/>When the hell was the last time Bette Midler was even relevant? I’m not even aware of what she’s famous for. </p>
</blockquote>
<p>Wow! Where to start with this bullshit?</p>
<p>No one wants a fucking quota. That’s not what anyone’s asking for. Yes, the Oscars are supposed to be about merit, but if you look at who and what’s nominated for an Oscar each year, compared to oh, say, ANY OTHER FUCKING FILM AWARD, you’ll see quite clearly that non-white actors and film-makers of considerable merit are IGNORED by the nearly ALL WHITE ALL MALE Oscars committee. So how come EVERY OTHER film award committee thinks there are actors of colour who merit an award yet the Oscars committee doesn’t? </p>
<p>I very much fucking doubt it’s lack of merit, but rather the kind of bullshit racism you’ve just displayed.</p>
<p>I’m a queer woman, but I’m also white, so perhaps <a href="https://tmblr.co/mOrTi51w21hwXHhob1QGMkg">@reverseracism</a> or <a href="https://tmblr.co/mTzoFCkjc22BN6Wa-hUGQDg">@fandomshatepeopleofcolor</a> wants to explain this better?</p>
<p>(And if those blogs don’t want to get into this, I quite understand. I just don’t want to be accused of not staying in my lane and whitesplaining, but at the same time, I couldn’t ignore this bullshit reblog.)</p>
</blockquote>
<p><b>

Or can we go based on merit and who actually earned it?

</b><br/></p>
<p>lmao I love when people say this kind of stuff because they’re basically admitting they’re racist because the subtext here is that they absolutely believe people of color are worse artists than white people, because there’s no other explanation here, otherwise. Seriously, examined the “merit” argument translates to “I admit i inherently think white people are better actors and technicians”.</p>
<p>Like even my mother who is far from a social justice aware person understands this and was ranting about how people can be so racist that they believe this is some kind of <i>statistical anomaly</i>. For like 80 years. </p>
<p>Anyway this person has an icon about Freeze Peach so no one takes this kind of bigot seriously. Don’t worry about it, <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m3-aJd2K0lkYXEXCh6vhpLw">@pers-books</a>.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>There’s so much straw here I could light the frozen wastes of Alaska on fire with it.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>&gt;“whitesplaining”<br/>And just like that my ability to take anything they said seriously went flying out the window.</p><p>Also “let’s ignore the Latinos and LGBT and the Black female president of the Academy because muh lack of diverseteh!”</p><p>My question to the people saying these things is this: what would you have nominated instead? What critically acclaimed black movies or actors happened in 2015 that should’ve been nominated? Concussion? Perhaps. Straight out of Compton? (and I believe that did get nominated for something) Perhaps. But other than that, I really can’t think of much. It’s likely next year will be different, I can already think of one movie that may be a contender (The one about Jesse Owens) and so we’ll see. Meanwhile in other years “12 years a Slave” won best picture and “Selma” received a lot of praise and several acclaimed black actors (Jamie Foxx, Whoppi Goldberg, Cuba Gooding Jr., Lupita Nyong'o, and others) have been up for and won awards. So just cool your jets, it’s not like there’s been this decades-old tradition of excluding African-Americans from the awards.</p>

<p><a href="http://slagartehfox.tumblr.com/post/140222616147/becketted-pers-books-truthaboutspeech" class="tumblr_blog">slagartehfox</a>:...