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Movie Jail

This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had to intervene. In each column a defendant is put on trial, arguments are made, and then it is up to YOU, the jury, to decide if the person is guilty or not guilty of crimes against cinema. Their lives are in your hands, dude.

The Defendant

Ashton Kutcher

The Case

The Prosecution: Just Married, My Boss's Daughter, Guess Who, The Guardian, What Happens in Vegas, Valentine's Day, Killers, New Year's Eve, Two and a Half Men, those f*cking Nikon camera commercials

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, if there's one actor completely deserving of Movie Jail it is Christopher Ashton Kutcher. He's been a pain in the prosecution's side for far too long and today is his judgment day. Mr. Kutcher is completely guilty of not only appearing in some terrible films but also of usually being the worst part of said movie. Films like Just Married, My Boss's Daughter and What Happens in Vegas are just awful romantic comedies yet these films are even worse than your average rom-com because of the presence of Mr. Kutcher. In face he was nominated for Razzies for both Just Married and My Boss's Daughter. The prosecution believes that Mr. Kutcher is limited to only making about three facial expressions: confused, frustrated and that annoying goofball smile he has in every f*cking movie.

Part of the problem with Mr. Kutcher is that he plays low IQ characters very, very well. Everything else? Not so much. The prosecution admits that Mr. Kutcher was funny as Kelso on That 70's Show and Dude, Where's My Car? is one of those stupid stoner comedies that you either love or hate. But that was a long time ago and his screen presence hasn't grown and has in fact become even more grating. The characters he tends to play also have about as much depth as a saltine but maybe the truth is Mr. Kutcher himself is lacking in depth and it really shows in dramatic films like The Guardian.

Which brings me to the one film many people bring up when trying to defend the actor: The Butterfly Effect. The prosecution feels that while the film itself isn't bad (especially the alternate ending) Mr. Kutcher is definitely not the reason why and in fact drags the movie down to an almost campy level. In particular there's (spoiler warning!) this scene in the film that should have been completely somber and a devastating moment for the character. Yet you can't take the scene or the rest of the movie serious because of Mr. Kutcher's limited acting skills and you can't help but laugh as Mr. Kutcher (and the audience) asks, "What the f*ck is this?!"

Mr. Kutcher was nominated for Razzies again in 2011 for Killers and Valentine's Day, eight years after his first nominations. Has he done anything in that time and the years since to make you think we'll get anything better from Mr. Kutcher as an actor? The prosecution doesn't believe so and recommends a long stint in Movie Jail for Mr. Kutcher.

Ashton Kutcher

The Defense: Dude, Where's My Car?, The Butterfly Effect, A Lot Like Love, Bobby, Spread, Personal Effects, No Strings Attached, That 70's Show, Punk'd

Ladies and gentlemen, defending Mr. Kutcher is no easy task and I'm sure many of you are ready to throw my client into Movie Jail but bare with me. Handsome men almost always have to do a handful of romantic comedies in order to further their careers as actors and Mr. Kutcher was actually quite good in A Lot Like Love and No Strings Attached. Those films aren't going to save my client from Movie Jail but the defense wants to know what films people do want to see my client in. You complain about Mr. Kutcher not doing more or "serious" films but for the most part audience members ignore the other films my client has appeared in. His smaller movies like Spread and Personal Effects don't get nearly the same exposure as Killers or Valentine's Day and its sequel New Year's Eve. You demand more from Mr. Kutcher yet when he tries to you scoff or ridicule him and his talents.

Mr. Kutcher plays Steve Jobs in the upcoming film Jobs and from the moment he was cast in the movie people started naysaying. How's he suppose to prove himself when many are assuming he'll do a bad job portraying the co-founder of Apple? Can't you give my client a chance?

I'd also like to point out some of Mr. Kutcher's work outside of film. Although he might have been annoying as the host of Punk'd the actually pranks were typically pretty funny and Mr. Kutcher was also one of the creators of the show. My client also dabbles in the restaurant, tech and marketing businesses and has had success with all three. For someone that plays "low IQ characters very, very well" it sounds like Mr. Kutcher is a lot smarter than many give him credit for and lets not forget that appearing in stuff like those romantic comedies and Two and a Half Man have also made him very, very rich. Like the man he replaced on that show, Mr. Kutcher is clearly winning.

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IN CLOSING...

Should Ashton Kutcher go to Movie Jail? Should we give him another chance to prove himself or is it too little, too late? Will The Butterfly Effect be enough to keep him out of prison or is there too much evidence against the actor? Is Ashton Kutcher GUILTY or NOT GUILTY?

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*The cases for and against a defendant going to Movie Jail by the author are not necessarily his views and opinions but they are some of the beliefs that one would use to effectively make an argument for both sides. Not quite a devil's advocate but you get the point. Anyways, this is all in fun so don't take it too seriously. We have a separate jail for those people called "Troll Tower" and believe me you do NOT want to go there.

WHAT SAY YOU, GUILTY OR NOT?

Ashton Kutcher

LAST WEEK'S VERDICT

Michael Cera

After reviewing the evidence from last week, the jury has found Michael Cera NOT GUILTY of all charges. Though some argued that Mr. Cera has had plenty of time to prove he can play a different character besides George-Michael many pointed out that the actor is just far too young to go to Movie Jail and he does have a couple of upcoming films (Magic Magic, Crystal Fairy) that have actor in different roles than he's use to. Plus he was f*cking hilarious in This Is The End.

PREVIOUS VERDICTS

GUILTY Adam Sandler, Eddie Murphy, Vince Vaughn, Tim Burton, The Farrelly Brothers, Michael Bay, Jessica Alba, Ice Cube, Gerard Butler, Halle Berry, Marlon Wayans, Julia Roberts, M. Night Shyamalan , Katherine Heigl , Cuba Gooding, Jr. , Tyler Perry, Cameron Diaz, Kate Hudson

NOT GUILTY Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer, Nic Cage, John Travolta, Oliver Stone, Ben Stiller, Jim Carrey, Wes Craven, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Rodriguez, Kristen Stewart, Roland Emmerich, Kevin Costner, Sandra Bullock, Hilary Swank, Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, Kevin Smith, Channing Tatum, Jennifer Aniston, Owen Wilson, Anna Faris, Robin Williams, Charlize Theron, Ray Liotta, Jason Statham, Paul Walker, Will Smith, Salma Hayek, Michael Cera

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8:30AM on 07/02/2013

GUILTY!!!!!!!!!

Zero charisma. Unlikeable dudebro.
Zero charisma. Unlikeable dudebro.
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7:50AM on 07/02/2013

I avoid projects he is a part of

I cannot stand this guy. Annoying from word one.
I cannot stand this guy. Annoying from word one.
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6:38AM on 07/02/2013
I've never been a big fan.

Guilty
I've never been a big fan.

Guilty
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5:34AM on 07/02/2013

hang him

He is guilty as fuck.
He is guilty as fuck.
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11:01PM on 07/01/2013

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Guilty
Guilty
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10:49PM on 07/01/2013

LOCK EM UP!

This guy has never had any talent and nothing he has ever done will have anything of importance. Lock him up and throw away the key.
This guy has never had any talent and nothing he has ever done will have anything of importance. Lock him up and throw away the key.
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10:48PM on 07/01/2013

Fuck yes.

Guilty as hell. Honestly, if you can't get this guy convicted you should just do away with this segment altogether.
Guilty as hell. Honestly, if you can't get this guy convicted you should just do away with this segment altogether.
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10:40PM on 07/01/2013
He is so gulity, that they should put him in maxium prison...throw away the key. Yeah is only two good roles was THAT 70's SHOW and Butterfly Effect....but his personally is tarnished due to his Ego...he is one of those dudes that TIRES to be cool but in doing so..it becomes annoying.
He is so gulity, that they should put him in maxium prison...throw away the key. Yeah is only two good roles was THAT 70's SHOW and Butterfly Effect....but his personally is tarnished due to his Ego...he is one of those dudes that TIRES to be cool but in doing so..it becomes annoying.
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9:56PM on 07/01/2013

"GUILTY" - Humanity

The real question is: what did movie jail do that was so bad to deserve Ashton Kutcher being placed inside of it?
The real question is: what did movie jail do that was so bad to deserve Ashton Kutcher being placed inside of it?
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9:52PM on 07/01/2013

Two words...

Gill. Tee.
Gill. Tee.
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9:25PM on 07/01/2013
remember when law and moreno created this idea on their old podcast?
remember when law and moreno created this idea on their old podcast?
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9:08PM on 07/01/2013
I don't care. I've become especially efficient at ignoring his existence
I don't care. I've become especially efficient at ignoring his existence
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8:32PM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

I don't even feel like I need to waste words explaining why.
I don't even feel like I need to waste words explaining why.
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6:41PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

He was good in his "kelso" type roles, but they're more annoying now than anything else now. When he tries to play sincere or kind, it just comes off like a hussle. Like a used car sales man. I'm sure he's nice in real life, but as far as professionally speaking I say guilty.
He was good in his "kelso" type roles, but they're more annoying now than anything else now. When he tries to play sincere or kind, it just comes off like a hussle. Like a used car sales man. I'm sure he's nice in real life, but as far as professionally speaking I say guilty.
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5:50PM on 07/01/2013

deferred sentence

Presently, guilty of all charges for so many reasons.
However, sentencing is deferred until we see his performance in Jobs. This may be a makeover/comeback role, and this member of the jury will base his judgement on this last chance...
Presently, guilty of all charges for so many reasons.
However, sentencing is deferred until we see his performance in Jobs. This may be a makeover/comeback role, and this member of the jury will base his judgement on this last chance...
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5:44PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

Douche. Bag.
Douche. Bag.
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5:25PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

I have given Kutcher a chance many times over. Sure he's attractive (he is a model after all) but that doesn't make him diverse. I haven't liked him in anything except "That 70's Show" and at the time "Dude, Where's My Car," but I haven't seen that movie since the theater so I can't say how it has held up. So I am going with guilty. I just can't tolerate him anymore.
I have given Kutcher a chance many times over. Sure he's attractive (he is a model after all) but that doesn't make him diverse. I haven't liked him in anything except "That 70's Show" and at the time "Dude, Where's My Car," but I haven't seen that movie since the theater so I can't say how it has held up. So I am going with guilty. I just can't tolerate him anymore.
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5:18PM on 07/01/2013
Guilty, on all charges!
Guilty, on all charges!
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4:13PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty! Sentence is Death......by Exile!

Kutcher is guilty for not doing anything better than "That 70s Show".
P.S. glad to see Cera is not guilty.
Kutcher is guilty for not doing anything better than "That 70s Show".
P.S. glad to see Cera is not guilty.
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3:39PM on 07/01/2013

No Question...

GUILTY!!!! Fry his ass, and flush his remains down a toilet bowl! I hate him! He's the reason that 2-1/2 men is in the shitter right now (excluding Charlie Sheen's momentary lapse of sanity).
GUILTY!!!! Fry his ass, and flush his remains down a toilet bowl! I hate him! He's the reason that 2-1/2 men is in the shitter right now (excluding Charlie Sheen's momentary lapse of sanity).
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3:08PM on 07/01/2013
No Strings Attached as the defense? Are you fucking kidding me?
No Strings Attached as the defense? Are you fucking kidding me?
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2:07PM on 07/01/2013
Put him in complete isolation for the remainder of his career.
Put him in complete isolation for the remainder of his career.
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1:45PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty, Guilty, Guilty

Guilty
Guilty
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1:41PM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

so guilty.
so guilty.
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12:45PM on 07/01/2013

THIS IS HARD, BUT... GUILTY

I do think he has talent. Not always (his puppy eyes in NO STRINGS ATTACHED and VALENTINE'S DAY are annoying), but I just feel that people don't have faith in him. Notice that he has never worked with a good director*, specially in his dramas. I thought he carried BUTTERFLY EFFECT, and I think that the scene you put was supposed to be dark humour. And DUDE WHERE'S MY CAR? is excellent for what it was trying to be.

However, I'll put him as guilty. And I won't wait until JOBS. His performance
I do think he has talent. Not always (his puppy eyes in NO STRINGS ATTACHED and VALENTINE'S DAY are annoying), but I just feel that people don't have faith in him. Notice that he has never worked with a good director*, specially in his dramas. I thought he carried BUTTERFLY EFFECT, and I think that the scene you put was supposed to be dark humour. And DUDE WHERE'S MY CAR? is excellent for what it was trying to be.

However, I'll put him as guilty. And I won't wait until JOBS. His performance in that movie would have to be Oscar-worthy to forgive him. He's been making movies almost every year since 2000, and his best reviewed movies have been STRINGS and OPEN SEASON, both with 48% on Rotten Tomatoes. When you've been in the "biz" that long and haven't been in a good movie, then you probably will never be. Oh, and as it was prooved last year, ANYONE can host PUNK'D and it would make no difference.

It was a bad decision to star in TWO AND A HALF MEN, a show that was already starting to suck before he arrived. Now it's a terrible show mainly because of the writing, but the fact that his return to T.V. was him playing basically the same character than in THAT '70S SHOW makes him look untalented. My theory is that they promised him it would be a vanity project for him. Seriously, I swear that there hasn't been a single episode where his good looks weren't mentioned or alluded.

*He worked with Emilio Estevez, but he wasn't the lead in BOBBY. In fact, I found it to be a terrible movie that was just an excuse to bring stars (like VALENTINE'S and NEW YEAR'S EVE). As for Ivan Reitman... Well, he's been suggested for Movie Jail for months for a reason.
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12:26PM on 07/01/2013
Guilty. He's just some punk who just got lucky with his good looks and connections, nothing else. His movies in his defense are even legitimately good.
Guilty. He's just some punk who just got lucky with his good looks and connections, nothing else. His movies in his defense are even legitimately good.
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5:18PM on 07/01/2013
*Aren't even legitimately good

Stupid iPhone
*Aren't even legitimately good

Stupid iPhone
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12:22PM on 07/01/2013

Death Row

Just for keeping 2 and a Half Men going, when it should have been canceled years ago.
Just for keeping 2 and a Half Men going, when it should have been canceled years ago.
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12:18PM on 07/01/2013

NOT GUILTY

I don't get all this guilty talk. He may not be the greatest actor but at least he is diverse in his choices. And plus it seems like this guy also works hard behind the scenes. He's not the strongest or greatest actor, but at least he isn't just getting by. This guy works. There's a lot of double standards in this talkback when it comes to movie jail.
I don't get all this guilty talk. He may not be the greatest actor but at least he is diverse in his choices. And plus it seems like this guy also works hard behind the scenes. He's not the strongest or greatest actor, but at least he isn't just getting by. This guy works. There's a lot of double standards in this talkback when it comes to movie jail.
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12:11PM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

does he even make movies anymore, or just camera commercials?
does he even make movies anymore, or just camera commercials?
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12:09PM on 07/01/2013

Not guilty

Ashton Kutcher is an Iowa farm boy who happens to be very good looking and thus got some modeling jobs. You become a big enough model, people wonder if you can act or sing. Well, Ashton Kutcher can act- not very well, but he's passable. I've never viewed Kutcher as an actor. To me he's Justin Timberlake without the musical element- an all-around celebrity and entertainer. Not to say I like what Kutcher has to offer (I was always a super casual That 70's Show fan) but I don't think his career
Ashton Kutcher is an Iowa farm boy who happens to be very good looking and thus got some modeling jobs. You become a big enough model, people wonder if you can act or sing. Well, Ashton Kutcher can act- not very well, but he's passable. I've never viewed Kutcher as an actor. To me he's Justin Timberlake without the musical element- an all-around celebrity and entertainer. Not to say I like what Kutcher has to offer (I was always a super casual That 70's Show fan) but I don't think his career has been notable enough yet, on-screen at least, to judge.
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12:05PM on 07/01/2013

Not Guilty

yes he's done some bad Rom-Coms, but Matthew McConaughey is the king of bad rom-coms and he was not guilty on his dramatic career. Kutcher was perfect on both "That 70s Show" and "Punk'd", and "Dude Wheres My Car?" is a cult classic.

Now look at his dramatic career, "Butterfly Effect", "The Guardian", "Bobby", and he looks spectacular in "Jobs". He should get a stern talking to and be warned to stay away from Rom-coms, but i'd still give him the benefit of the doubt and say not guilty
yes he's done some bad Rom-Coms, but Matthew McConaughey is the king of bad rom-coms and he was not guilty on his dramatic career. Kutcher was perfect on both "That 70s Show" and "Punk'd", and "Dude Wheres My Car?" is a cult classic.

Now look at his dramatic career, "Butterfly Effect", "The Guardian", "Bobby", and he looks spectacular in "Jobs". He should get a stern talking to and be warned to stay away from Rom-coms, but i'd still give him the benefit of the doubt and say not guilty
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12:08PM on 07/01/2013
next defendant: Ivan Reitman
next defendant: Ivan Reitman
12:03PM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

But I'm gonna say its not his fault. He makes money off of being in cheesy rom-coms and that's his choice. When he does go into dramas however he does a pretty good job. I love Butterfly Effect and enjoy The Guardian. I just think he needs to take more chances but he really doesn't need to considering how much money he makes from 2 and a half men. So I say he's guilty of staying in his comfort zone. His very rich comfort zone..
But I'm gonna say its not his fault. He makes money off of being in cheesy rom-coms and that's his choice. When he does go into dramas however he does a pretty good job. I love Butterfly Effect and enjoy The Guardian. I just think he needs to take more chances but he really doesn't need to considering how much money he makes from 2 and a half men. So I say he's guilty of staying in his comfort zone. His very rich comfort zone..
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11:56AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

But I'm gonna say its not his fault. He makes money off of being in cheesy rom-coms and that's his choice. When he does go into dramas however he does a pretty good job. I love Butterfly Effect and enjoy The Guardian. I just think he needs to take more chances but he really doesn't need to considering how much money he makes from 2 and a half men. So I say he's guilty of staying in his comfort zone. His very rich comfort zone..
But I'm gonna say its not his fault. He makes money off of being in cheesy rom-coms and that's his choice. When he does go into dramas however he does a pretty good job. I love Butterfly Effect and enjoy The Guardian. I just think he needs to take more chances but he really doesn't need to considering how much money he makes from 2 and a half men. So I say he's guilty of staying in his comfort zone. His very rich comfort zone..
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11:52AM on 07/01/2013

FU*K YEAH!

Guilty as Hell! He sucks @ss all day everyday and I'm not talking about Mila's either. The guy is just trash. I won't buy a Nikon because they hired him.
Guilty as Hell! He sucks @ss all day everyday and I'm not talking about Mila's either. The guy is just trash. I won't buy a Nikon because they hired him.
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11:37AM on 07/01/2013

Super-Guilty

This column was made for people like Ashton Kutcher.
This column was made for people like Ashton Kutcher.
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11:27AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

And sentenced to solitary confinement so no one in prison has to deal with his bullshit.
And sentenced to solitary confinement so no one in prison has to deal with his bullshit.
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11:23AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY!

95% if his work and choices SUCK, he is not entertaining and frankly very annoying. WHY is he in the limelight?
95% if his work and choices SUCK, he is not entertaining and frankly very annoying. WHY is he in the limelight?
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11:23AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty But...

I find Kutcher to be a better actor than most give him credit for; he's especially effective in 'Spread', 'The Guardian' (seriously, he & Kevin Costner are very good in a mediocre film), 'The Killers' (he and Heigel have great chemistry), & the amazing 'The Butterfly Effect'.

However, that is a small sampling of his filmography and most of his movies aren't good and he is just coasting. He's been around long enough to where that should be the reverse. So, I vote guilty, but should be under
I find Kutcher to be a better actor than most give him credit for; he's especially effective in 'Spread', 'The Guardian' (seriously, he & Kevin Costner are very good in a mediocre film), 'The Killers' (he and Heigel have great chemistry), & the amazing 'The Butterfly Effect'.

However, that is a small sampling of his filmography and most of his movies aren't good and he is just coasting. He's been around long enough to where that should be the reverse. So, I vote guilty, but should be under house arrest because he's just barely so.
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11:02AM on 07/01/2013

THANK YOU!

Guilty. So, so guilty. There are very few actors in Hollywood I actively dislike, and he is one of them. I liked him in That '70s Show, but when he wound up being the break-out star, I was more than a little surprised, because Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, and even Wilmer Valderrama all have a better range than this guy, who went on to define celebrity douche for me. To be fair, Jobs aside, him being on Two and a Half Men is actually fine. And I don't care if it makes
Guilty. So, so guilty. There are very few actors in Hollywood I actively dislike, and he is one of them. I liked him in That '70s Show, but when he wound up being the break-out star, I was more than a little surprised, because Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, and even Wilmer Valderrama all have a better range than this guy, who went on to define celebrity douche for me. To be fair, Jobs aside, him being on Two and a Half Men is actually fine. And I don't care if it makes him a bunch of money, because it's the show I refuse to watch.
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10:38AM on 07/01/2013

I'm gonna say guilty.

The guy definitely likes to take chances but he doesn't know what his strenghts are. Actors who play smart people aren't necessarily smart and actors who are good at playing dumb aren't necessarily dumb. He'd probably have a better career at playing the idiot best friend of the lead instead of playing sorta cool main characters but it doesn't look like it's a path he'll ever be interested in going, and that's sad.
The guy definitely likes to take chances but he doesn't know what his strenghts are. Actors who play smart people aren't necessarily smart and actors who are good at playing dumb aren't necessarily dumb. He'd probably have a better career at playing the idiot best friend of the lead instead of playing sorta cool main characters but it doesn't look like it's a path he'll ever be interested in going, and that's sad.
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11:04AM on 07/01/2013
Kind of a shame because it's the one thing he's actually good at.
Kind of a shame because it's the one thing he's actually good at.
10:34AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

However, he was better than average in The Butterfly Effect and No Strings Attached... I also request a stay until the release of "Jobs".
However, he was better than average in The Butterfly Effect and No Strings Attached... I also request a stay until the release of "Jobs".
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10:32AM on 07/01/2013
Guilty. He's one of those actors with a truly uncanny knack for getting on people's nerves.
Guilty. He's one of those actors with a truly uncanny knack for getting on people's nerves.
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10:04AM on 07/01/2013

guilty for Kutcher.......

still dont think Ice Cube should of been on the guilty list
still dont think Ice Cube should of been on the guilty list
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9:54AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

Guilty. He was never the strong part of any of the movies he was in, with MAYBE the exception of Butterfly Effect. He may have more acting chops than being an idiot but we won't know until JOBS comes out.
Guilty. He was never the strong part of any of the movies he was in, with MAYBE the exception of Butterfly Effect. He may have more acting chops than being an idiot but we won't know until JOBS comes out.
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9:53AM on 07/01/2013

So friggin guilty

The only real point the defense had is that Kutcher is successful. Well so is Kim Kardashian, but that doesn't suddenly make her lack of any descernible talent suddenly forgivable. So Kutcher has made a lot of money in other industries. Good. Let him stick to that. His skills are clearly in business, because they're definitely not in acting. Kelso was the only character I enjoyed seeing him play, and even that wore thin after a while. Movie jail for Kutcher, no possibility for parole.
The only real point the defense had is that Kutcher is successful. Well so is Kim Kardashian, but that doesn't suddenly make her lack of any descernible talent suddenly forgivable. So Kutcher has made a lot of money in other industries. Good. Let him stick to that. His skills are clearly in business, because they're definitely not in acting. Kelso was the only character I enjoyed seeing him play, and even that wore thin after a while. Movie jail for Kutcher, no possibility for parole.
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9:52AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty

Always terrible. Even when he tries to challenge himself he falls flat on his face. Just grating. jOBS could be his (too little too late?) saving grace but honestly the movie does not look that great, so I'll likely be leaving that for others to decide...
Always terrible. Even when he tries to challenge himself he falls flat on his face. Just grating. jOBS could be his (too little too late?) saving grace but honestly the movie does not look that great, so I'll likely be leaving that for others to decide...
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9:46AM on 07/01/2013

guilty

it's about someone who is worthy of being put on movie after many times requesting him for weeks. So yes to me he is guilty, as sin. I liked him in the beginning of his career on That 70s show & Punk'd was hilarious. Never really cared for him in movies though.& to me he has only made 2 decent movies, Dude, Where's My Car & The Butterfly Effect, which again were earlier in his career. Plus I envy this sumbitch since he gets to bang Mila Kunis, lucky bastard!
it's about someone who is worthy of being put on movie after many times requesting him for weeks. So yes to me he is guilty, as sin. I liked him in the beginning of his career on That 70s show & Punk'd was hilarious. Never really cared for him in movies though.& to me he has only made 2 decent movies, Dude, Where's My Car & The Butterfly Effect, which again were earlier in his career. Plus I envy this sumbitch since he gets to bang Mila Kunis, lucky bastard!
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9:22AM on 07/01/2013

I request a stay until JOBS comes out,

he might be able to pull off the role, but as it stands, he's guilty as hell.
he might be able to pull off the role, but as it stands, he's guilty as hell.
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9:13AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty as fuck

Can I get a death sentence on this one?
Can I get a death sentence on this one?
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9:11AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

forever Kelso
forever Kelso
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9:03AM on 07/01/2013
I'll stay on the fence for this one until Steve Jobs biopic movie comes out. Then we'll see if he's guilty or not.
I'll stay on the fence for this one until Steve Jobs biopic movie comes out. Then we'll see if he's guilty or not.
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8:44AM on 07/01/2013
Dear Lord, he's guilty
Dear Lord, he's guilty
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8:43AM on 07/01/2013

Not Guilty

Can we request a recess until Jobs comes out? If any film will test his acting ability it's that one. I guess I'm one of the few people who liked Guess Who. IDK, even his worst reviewed movies aren't so bad they cant be used to kill time. Even Killers was an enjoyable enough hour and a half even if Kutcher wasn't particularly good in it. I guess even though he isn't the most talented actor he is an enjoyable personality to watch on screen and nothing he's done yet has screamed, "Please stop
Can we request a recess until Jobs comes out? If any film will test his acting ability it's that one. I guess I'm one of the few people who liked Guess Who. IDK, even his worst reviewed movies aren't so bad they cant be used to kill time. Even Killers was an enjoyable enough hour and a half even if Kutcher wasn't particularly good in it. I guess even though he isn't the most talented actor he is an enjoyable personality to watch on screen and nothing he's done yet has screamed, "Please stop making movies!" so, Not Guilty. (but still more of a pity vote really)
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8:39AM on 07/01/2013

Not guilty

Looking confused is Ashton Kutcher's shtick and he does it well. It is unfortunate that people will laugh when he does the same look in a dramatic role. Actually, the scene you mentioned is usually shown on TV without the line "What the fuck is this?" and it comes off much better. I mean, seriously, who was he talking to? It's not his fault if there was a bad line in the script.
Looking confused is Ashton Kutcher's shtick and he does it well. It is unfortunate that people will laugh when he does the same look in a dramatic role. Actually, the scene you mentioned is usually shown on TV without the line "What the fuck is this?" and it comes off much better. I mean, seriously, who was he talking to? It's not his fault if there was a bad line in the script.
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8:31AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

Besides The Butterfly Effect, there's nothing that I've seen different from him.
Besides The Butterfly Effect, there's nothing that I've seen different from him.
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8:10AM on 07/01/2013

GUILTY

He just comes across as arrogant despite having little to no talent.
He just comes across as arrogant despite having little to no talent.
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8:02AM on 07/01/2013
So Guilty!
So Guilty!
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7:28AM on 07/01/2013

Guilty as fuck!

He hasn't done anything remotely entertaining since That '70s Show ended.
He hasn't done anything remotely entertaining since That '70s Show ended.
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