MOVIES THAT WERE RUINED BY A SINGLE CHARACTER

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Wendy Torrance: Shelley Duvall’s portrayal of Wendy in The Shining contrasts sharply with her novel counterpart.

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Snow White: In Snow White and the Huntsman, the titular character’s lack of emotional depth.

Cameron Vale: In Scanners, Stephen Lack’s performance as Cameron Vale is often criticized for its woodenness. 

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Lawrence Gordon: The return of Lawrence Gordon in Saw 3D was a letdown due to Cary Elwes’s unconvincing.

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Mary Corleone: Casting Sofia Coppola as Mary Corleone in The Godfather Part III proves to be a misstep.

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Jar Jar Binks: Jar Jar Binks’s universally cursed character is a glaring misstep in the Star Wars franchise.

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Jonathan Harker: Jonathan Harker in Bram Stoker’s Dracula suffers from inconsistent accents and lack of chemistry.

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Skids and Mudflap: Skids and Mudflap in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has some racist stereotypes.

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Jenny Everdeane: Cameron Diaz’s role as Jenny Everdeane in Gangs.

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Willie Scott: Kate Capshaw’s Willie Scott in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is often remembered.

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The Riddler: Jim Carrey’s over-the-top characterization of The Riddler in Batman Forever veers into caricature.

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Yunioshi: In Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Mickey Rooney’s Mr. Yunioshi is a glaring blemish on a classic film.

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Little Rock: The sequel Zombieland: Double Tap saw Little Rock evolve into a rebellious teenager.

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