The first attempt at a Northern Irish accent on our list is definitely not good. But neither is it that bad. Pitt plays Francis “Frankie” McGuire, an on-the-run IRA gunman staying in the U.S. with a new name and identity. While he may be in a safe house under the watch of New York city cop Tom O’Meara (Harrison Ford), we get the feeling from very early on that things won’t quite work out well for Francis. Indeed, the movie itself did pretty badly and was panned by many as being rather inaccurate in its portrayal of the Northern Irish conflict. But vocally, Pitt does a good dinner-party version of a Belfast twang. It’s serviceable, almost solid, and yet too hammy to be realistic. There’s also something I find unsettling about the association of the northern lilt with terrorism. But hey, nice going, Brad.