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The five most annoying characters on celluloid

Somehow Andrew McCarthy’s journalist from “St. Elmo’s Fire” didn’t make the cut. Those who did, in no particular order (save for #1):

Robin Williams, “Patch Adams.”
If I was on life support and Robin Williams showed up at my bedside in a clown’s nose, I’d pull the plug.



Michael Rapaport, “Beautiful Girls.”
For this speech alone:


Kevin Costner, “JFK.”
A heroic spin on an alcoholic conspiracy theorist with the worst Southern accent in move history.


The entire cast, “Very Bad Things.”
Immorally bad. 

#1: Ethan Hawke, “Reality Bites.”

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  1. Thank God I have seen only one of those movies, “JFK”. But I watched the clip from “Reality Bites” and I have no quarrel with your including Ethan Hawke on this list. I wanted to see Cartman kick him in the nuts.

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