New Study Reveals Actress With The Worst Record Of Movies. Prepare For The Fans To Riot

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A new study claims Jessica Alba is the actress with the worst-reviewed movie record in all of Hollywood.

The Washington Post reported the following on the study Monday:

Alba leads the rare Hollywood list that nobody wants to be on: actors in the worst-reviewed movies of the past 20 years.

The report, whose results were compiled by the London-based SEO firm Verve Search on behalf of British comparison-research site GoCompare, aims to offer statistical evidence of something we all sense: There are some actors who just seem to turn out one bust after another.

The report saw Alba average a Metacritic score of 39.0 for the movies she starred in during the preceding two decades.

How dare Verve Search or anybody else even try to pretend that Alba isn’t an American treasure. I don’t care how bad “Fantastic Four” or “Good Luck Chuck” are; the superstar actress is a smoke for the ages, and that’s all that matters to us here. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes)


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Also, I just noticed she has more than 14 million Instagram followers. How can anybody with that large of a following be anything other than a star? (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything)

The answer? They can’t.


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Look, you shouldn’t be reviewing films if you think Alba is anything other than a golden star. It’s that simple.

Do you disagree with me? Congratulations, there are plane tickets to other countries on sale every single day. I suggest you buy one and get the hell out of America. That’s what everybody who hates Alba should do, and they should do it right now.

There’s no place for them in my country. I’m glad we all came to the agreement she’s a great actress, her movies are legendary and the critics can leave.

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