Francis Ford Coppola’s version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a double offender, in the sense that both Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder come up short in the accent (and, some might argue, acting) department. His Victorian lawyer Jonathan Harker (just listen to his “Bloody wolves chasing me!” to say nothing of the way he pronounces Budapest when reading from his diary) and her Mina Murray/Elisabeta (the “surrounded by majestic mountains, lush vineyards” speech in the absinthe scene is a hoot) are both ahem bloody awful. And it could have possibly been avoided if they’d consulted with those great British thespians in the movie, Gary Oldman, Anthony Hopkins and Richard E. Grant. Instead, we’re left with a literal horror show.
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- Anne Hathaway, One Day
- Don Cheadle, Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen
- Dick Van Dyke, Mary Poppins
- Mischa Barton, St. Trinian’s
- Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder, Bram Stoker’s Dracula
- Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe, Robin Hood Movies
- Natalie Portman, V for Vendetta
- Mike Myers (as Fat Bastard), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
- Forest Whitaker, The Crying Game
- Marlon Brando, Mutiny on The Bounty