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  • I'm sorry to everyone.

  • I was very naive.

  • Welcome Toe watch, Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies that made actors quit.

  • I can't work.

  • I can't concentrate.

  • I have no confidence.

  • I never feel so bad in my entire life.

  • I'll miss you.

  • Bye, darling.

  • Goodbye for this list will be looking at films that disillusion to certain actors to the point that they decided to step away from the industry.

  • It doesn't necessarily have to have been their final role, but it has to be unknown catalyst toward the decision to leave the limelight.

  • Which of these actors do you think should come back?

  • Say so in the comments And who knows?

  • Maybe they'll read it and change their minds.

  • All right, let's go.

  • Number 10.

  • Omar Sharif, the 13th Warrior Head.

  • Are you saying the 13th Warrior issue 13th Warrior was a massive financial bomb and received generally negative reviews, but its worst critic was perhaps its own Omar Sharif.

  • He reflected quote.

  • Let us stop this nonsense thes meal tickets that we do because it pays well.

  • Ah, film so bad that it's not even worth exploring.

  • What is he saying, Hurry to meet death before your precious taken.

  • Sharif only appears in the first act of the film, so we can't say he should shoulder much of the blame, though blame he did shoulder as he reported that even his own grandchildren made fun of him for it.

  • We guess it doesn't get any lower than that.

  • We seek your headmaster, your kingdom This'll ed to Sharif Onley coming out of retirement for projects he believed in, such as the similarly historical adventure film Hidalgo.

  • What about your ability to tell the future if I had the ability to foretell the future?

  • Perhaps I would have bet on a painted horse.

  • Number nine.

  • Peter Ostrum, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

  • After portraying Charlie Bucket in this seminal family film, Peter Ostrum had a golden ticket to becoming the next Big Child star in the form of a three picture contract.

  • However, he turned it down, making Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory his Onley film appearance.

  • Though we remained reclusive about it for many years, he eventually opened up by saying the experience simply wasn't for him.

  • A common question.

  • Why didn't you stay in the industry well it just It really wasn't for May.

  • He, of course, enjoyed certain aspects of it, such as working with the legendary Gene Wilder, but otherwise wasn't so taken with the craft.

  • Shortly after filming, he became enamored with horses, which led him to a career as a veterinarian, which he still enjoys to this day in My Famous in My Eyes, Absolutely not, and I'm amused that everybody's here to talk to me and amazed Number eight Carrie Henn aliens.

  • Here's another child actor that made a big impression with her one and only movie.

  • Carrie Henn was perfect to play the young Newt in Aliens, so much so that many fans were peeved to learn the character died offscreen in Alien.

  • Three lungs flooded with fluid.

  • Okay, she drowned, though Hen probably would have aged out of the role anyway, relative to the plot, there's another reason her return would have been unlikely anyway, having been discovered by a casting agent at her school.

  • Acting was not something she actively sought, and she was not driven to have a film career, and she didn't like being apart from her family during filming, even though Newt's brother was portrayed by her real life.

  • One a reasonable excuse as she instead decided to become a school teacher.

  • Actually, I'm I'm a teacher.

  • Um, I teach nine and 10 year olds, which is the same age I was when I was in the movie.

  • I'm a mother.

  • I have two Children and just enjoying life.

  • Number seven Daniel Day Lewis Phantom Thread.

  • Yeah, we're hoping this isn't his last performance to, but if it is, it's a pretty good one to go out on.

  • So what's all this moaning about?

  • I am not moaning.

  • I do not like to be turned away from a famously devoted method actor.

  • No one can say Daniel Day Lewis doesn't put every part of himself into his roles, as he even learned the art of dressmaking for phantom thread.

  • However, during filming, a strange sense of sadness hung over the actor to the point that he announced his retirement prior to release, he said, quote, I need to believe in the value of what I'm doing.

  • It's just not very good, is it?

  • It's ugly.

  • Of course.

  • Anyone who's seen the film will note a similar sense of melancholy, but we don't think we're alone when we say We hope Day Lewis can rediscover that passion and whatever he does next.

  • I can't work.

  • I can't concentrate.

  • I have no confidence.

  • Number six Jeff Cohen The Goonies Another child star that never waas Jeff Cohen is best known for being associated with two words.

  • Truffle shuffle.

  • Come on, do it.

  • I have playing.

  • The token fat kid was familiar to Cohen from previous parts, but the role of Chunk in the Goonies definitely had a greater impact.

  • Looking back, you recalled quote, When people call you Chunk every day of your life from the age of 10, it gives you a complex.

  • I never feel so bad in my entire life.

  • I'm beginning to like this kid might.

  • It also didn't help that Cohen quickly transition out of his fat kid physique, keeping him from capitalizing on the part.

  • However, Cohen can still be found in the entertainment industry, working as a Hollywood attorney, providing legal protection for actors.

  • Also, we think we should drop the C and just call him Hunk.

  • Now.

  • You know, I was watching the Tom Jones interview and I felt the same.

  • You know, I felt that my talent waas you know, overshadowed by my sex appeal is well on number five.

  • Heather Donahue The Blair Witch Project.

  • The supernatural horror flick may have renewed interest in the found footage genre and received critical acclaim, but it didn't necessarily make long lasting stars of three actors who played its three student filmmakers.

  • Case in point.

  • Heather Donahue, who has since claimed that using a real name was detrimental to her acting career.

  • I'm sorry, everyone.

  • I was very naive.

  • While her performance earned some positive recognition, it's also won her a worst actress, Razzie.

  • She also reportedly received threats.

  • Why, Wow, Don Hughes.

  • Subsequent parts were much smaller by comparison with their most significant in 2002 has taken miniseries and her last in a 2000 and eight direct to DVD film Pollution has a cost.

  • Every choice is the death of all other possibilities.

  • Maybe something was lost along the way.

  • It sounds very simple.

  • The Blair Witch Project may have been one of the most successful Indies ever.

  • But considering her unremarkable rolls thereafter, there's little wonder that Donohue ultimately retired and took up writing number four.

  • Gene Hackman.

  • Welcome to Mooseport.

  • Well, it's true.

  • Gene Hackman was much more vocal about his dissatisfaction in filming Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums.

  • It's hard for us to believe that 2004 is welcome to Mooseport.

  • Wasn't the straw that broke the camel's back or Moose's?

  • That was a Give me no, no, no.

  • There are no gimmes saddled with a flailing screenplay and a Ray Romano that rarely did live action features of the time, there wasn't much Hackman could do to elevate the film.

  • It's a negotiation.

  • You've handled dictators, you've handled terrorists.

  • Terrorists were easier, I swear to God.

  • Dissatisfied with the finished product, Hackman didn't even attend the premiere, announcing his retirement by saying, Quote the compromises that you have to make in films are just part of the beast.

  • And it had gotten to a point where I just didn't feel like I wanted to do it anymore.

  • Well, he'll always have Mooseport.

  • I had dignity once.

  • Does anybody remember that?

  • Number three Greta Garbo Two faced woman Greta Garbo remains one of the most iconic actors of classic Hollywood.

  • And to think her career ended when she was just 36 years young worst yet it ended upon the release of one lackluster romcom.

  • Don't you know he has great responsibilities in New York?

  • He's giving them up, but we're going to settle down to a quiet life here.

  • Larry wants to.

  • Right?

  • Granted, two faced woman is fairly flailing is a concept Garbo playing a woman who doubles as her fictitious twin sister to save her marriage.

  • Don't ask, but clearly she could have overcome one mediocre picture.

  • Our first separation.

  • I miss you.

  • Bye, darling.

  • Goodbye here.

  • Though initially planning to return to the screen, Garbo's plans were halted upon the advent of World War Two.

  • Coupled with her general misgivings, she ultimately made two faced Woman, her final film, which she even called her grave.

  • She lived until 1990 without making another film.

  • I see my future.

  • I'm a flower of evil, a few more burning claim like here's and then the end in this harsh new world, There's no place for me anymore.

  • Number two.

  • Jake Lloyd, Star Wars.

  • Episode one The Phantom Menace.

  • I'm a person and my name is Anakin.

  • There's probably no single fan base more difficult to operate in than that of Star Wars, as many actors would learn.

  • But it was perhaps 12 year old Jake Lloyd that first learned this the hard way.

  • Any attempt to escape and they blow you.

  • Who?

  • How word?

  • The Phantom Menace was a massive cinematic let down in many ways.

  • But the bulk of the ire was directed at Lloyd's portrayal of a young Anakin Skywalker.

  • It wasn't my fault, really.

  • This led to him being severely teased at school and a heap of unwanted publicity, prompting Lloyd too.

  • Soon thereafter swear off acting for good.

  • His troubles wouldn't end there.

  • However, as Lloyd got into trouble with the law as an adult, it was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

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  • Number one.

  • Sean Connery, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen God, I hate getting old.

  • Before Marvel's The Avengers, there was the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and, well, it wasn't good.

  • In fact, the first person to tell you that was lead actor Sean Connery, who became increasingly frustrated with director Stephen Norrington on set Sit down your buffoon.

  • I don't know how to drive this funny thing, Of course, the film bombed, making the Gandalf role, he turned down and Lord of the Rings look pretty good.

  • A wizard is never late Photo Baggins.

  • Nor is he early.

  • He arrives precisely when he means go.

  • Connery would later announced his retirement from the industry, disparaging the quote idiots now making films in Hollywood.

  • We certainly missed him prior to his passing in 2020 but he defended his time away by saying, Quote, retirement is just too much damn fun.

  • Well, we can't fold him there.

  • Made this new century.

  • Your son Aziz the old one.

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