Amy Jarvis on July 27, 2012 at 7:12 pm ∞
[*Disclaimer* I know, it's not always the actors who are at fault]
Hi, I’m new to the forums, and I thought I’d start of with a little negativity.
The Stutter — To show the absolute realism of a emotionally stirred character. It makes him so human and natural!
Angry Acting — How do we know there’s a problem? Because everything makes him yell.
The Cheese Smile — This one always makes me barf. I’m not explaining it further.
Hand Acting… (Hacting?) — Whether it’s a gasp, a squeal of delight, or a conversation involving the nose-snivelling news that papa isn’t going to make it, hands play a vital role in bad acting. How will someone know you’re about to faint unless you whack that wrist to the forehead?
Vince Garbarino on August 2, 2012 at 4:07 pm ∞
Ah yes! Well hey, I used to be that kid who was told to over-emphasize on my acting skills and after maturing and growing that skill, I look bad and yes, all those ticks I have done. Especially the “over-emphasis” on everything! It really comes down to how clear your brain is and how comfortable you are in front of a camera! Theres always that “red-light syndrome” haunting you!
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