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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Bess Barber, Jul 29, 2019.
Who was of course from my country Scotland... there never was any mistaking his accent..
Yeah, I know. How about yourself?
Ewan McGregor. Oh my word....God did good when he made that man's face.
"Major Scoresby, suh... may I present Leftenant Allenby"
Most of the actors in Walking Dead are British but you would never know it.
Yea, can believe it, just don't think it would be acceptable today to have bad accents
As I watch mainly older TV and movies, I am going back
I've never seen it....
Since the eighties I have not seen enough movies to make a judgement
on actors or accents. But if I had to pull something out of the hat, it would be,
Me either. I never ever watch scary or horror movies. This is why I can be in complete pitch black darkness and not be afraid.
I'm the same as you, I try never to watch any horror movies..I think the last one I watched was kathy Bates in Misery, a very long time ago...
Think theses two Americans got it in a nut shell.
The last clip of 10 about an American born move to England as a baby and then move back to the US.
Watch the accent as she is being interview by UK tv and being interviewed by US tv.
Aside from Gillian Anderson, I can't believe no-one knew these guys were British...especially our poster boys Hugh Laurie & Idris Elba
Think Hugh Laurie had a perfect New England Accent in the series House
Anyone remember when Russell Crowe played in Robin Hood and tried to pull off a British accent? When an interviewer made fun of it, Russell got mad and walked out of the interview. He's a great actor, one of my favorite, but he didn't do the accent well.
I don't remember that, but as a new Zealanders raised in Australia, he would have had a better chance at pulling off a Brit accent than most Americans...