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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Sienna Miller: Worst Supporting Actress

A thousand apologies, dear readers, as it has taken me a grand total of five days to learn and report that Cinema Romantico's official Cinematic Crush, Sienna Miller, this past Saturday earned a Razzie Award as Worst Supporting Actress Of The Year for her work as The Baroness in "G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra".

I know what you're thinking. Much ado was made of Sandra Bullock showing up to accept her own Razzie for Worst Actress for her work in "All About Steve" and so you're wondering why darling Sienna wasn't also gracious enough to show up and collect her trophy. Did you know the Razzie Award Ceremony does not include an open bar? What, you expect Sienna "The Most Important Relationship In My Life Is Probably With Wine" Miller to show up at a ceremony not serving booze? Please. Sienna don't play that.

I know what else you're thinking. This merely proves what a bad actress Ms. Miller is. On the contrary! We're all aware of the awfulness of "G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra" and we're all aware that it possessed a large stable of actors which meant the bad acting was beaming off the screen in waves and, thus, for Sienna to rise to the occasion and declare "Nuh uh - I'm acting worse than all you motherf---ers", well, it can only be an obvious indicator of one thing:

Sheer talent.

So congratulations, Sienna, we're proud of you. And now if someone would put into production an "Out of the Past"-ish sort of movie with you in the Jane Greer role. I don't think that's asking too much.

3 comments:

Castor said...

lol anyways, being in a terrible movie doesn't mean the performance was terrible. Not her best performance but the Razzies always key up on the easiest target...

Wretched Genius said...

I was also surprised by her Razzie, since she was the best part about that movie. And I don't just mean her tight leather outfits. Sienna came across as the only actor who realized just how ridiculous the movie was, and looked like she was just trying to have fun.

Nicholas Prigge said...

I really can't comment on her actual performance since I haven't seen the movie but, yeah, I'm sure they just singled her out because of who she is.

Really, if she was going to get a Razzie it should have been for "Mysteries of Pittsburgh". She really wasn't very good in that though, to be fair, the role in the screenplay was rather ill conceived.