Damon was also prattling back then about “actuarial tables” and the probability that John McCain would die in office. John McCain is still quite alive. Perhaps the increasingly chubby Harvard/Hollowood chump should turn his gaze from actuarial tables and use common sense – John McCain has some good genes – his mom is still alive in her mid to late 90s and looks strong enough to kick Damon’s increasingly droopy butt.
Matt Damon really needs to go away. He's not just a stupid idiot (though he is that), he's also gotten on everyone's nerves. You can always tell when an actor or actress has reached that point because the rumors are so negative about them.
Matt Damon's supposedly George Clooney's trick -- not even lover, just a sex trick. Supposedly married to that bartender because he needed a beard, etc., etc.
That's his image now with ticket buyers. They don't like him. They think he's gay which doesn't bother them but the fact that they think he's hiding it does bother them.
I don't know Damon -- if I did, I'd tell him to go on a diet -- so I have no idea who he sleeps with or that he's ever had sex. But I know this moment. It's when no one wants to see you anymore and the whole world wishes you'd just fade away.
He's a bad actor. He was always a bad actor. (I have spoken with a friend of C.I.'s, a director who directed Damon in a film, and he said you basically had to trick and invent a performance for Matt. He talked about all the things he had to do on the set just to get basic reactions from Matt. Damon's a wooden actor and you can see that when he's working with friends who don't force him to perform so he walks through the role.) (I didn't speak to the friend for this post. I've met him at C.I.'s home. And I love movies and he's directed many of my favorites and many of my favorite actors. For example, I love Diane Keaton, as you should know. She's one of my favorite actresses. So I was all over that topic, "What was it like directing Diane?")
He's become strident and shrill and America doesn't give a damn about him. Last March, C.I. was walking through how Matt has never sold tickets -- she pointed out that Borne proves how unpopular Matt is. The first one made the least amount of money at the box office. People had to overcome their aversion to Matt to see the films. :D
But America's sick of him. He was completely unbelievable on "30 Rock" as a man in love with a woman -- or anything but a mirror. He's a no-neck and he's getting fatter and fatter and wearing his hair long like he's Rachel Maddow's ugly sister.
He just got too shrill and too strident. He took himself too seriously. And he overstayed his welcome.
"Send Me No Flowers." That is a Doris Day and Rock Hudson movie. I like a lot of Doris Day movies because she's so great in comedy. This is one of her lesser ones. Not because she's bad but because it's really Rock's show.