|bawbag - 2016-11-22 |
I saw this doing the rounds on fb, boy does he get the English/Irish/Scots accents so so SO fucking wrong. Zellweger's English accent is horrendous in either BJ movie.
I wonder if it's a similar phenomenon to Americans (even 'experts') being unable to hear 'Canadian raising' and 'Canadian shift' correctly?
|Tough American Bouncer - 2016-11-22 |
"Accent is crucial layer of story telling" BULLSHIT.
1. Movies shouldn't have people speaking English in foreign accents. The movies should just be in foreign languages. Learn to read subtitles you morons.
2. All American made movies that are good are in the transtlantic accent, because they need to be old.
Just kidding. Stop being film snobs.
Roman's had British accents, thanks movies!
People don't want to watch a film in Latin and actors don't want to learn a dead language. The reason why Romans speak with English accents is because we Americans see British accents as olde, regal, and foreign with the added benefit of not having to read subtitles to understand. What accent would you pick? I guess any English dialect would be just as logical, but Brooklyn or Jamaican accents just wouldn't bring those same characteristics the British accent.
|blue vein steel - 2016-11-22 |
Maybe it's the camera angle, but i just noticed how freaking big the hosts hands are compared to his head.
|15th - 2016-11-22 |
|chumbucket - 2016-11-22 |
This doesn't explain Bale's Batman voice.
Bruce Wayne needed a voice that would disguise his own, and also terrify criminals.
|Hooker - 2016-11-23 |
Please note that Nic Cage in Con Air, John Voight in Anaconda, and John Malkovich in Rounders are all fantastic accents and the respective movies would be worse if they were changed.
|bac - 2017-03-23 |
...I'm almost certain that's not Glenn howerton.
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