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Subj: I wouldn't be sure of that.
Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 at 03:07:22 pm EDT (Viewed 501 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Kevin Spacey and Chris Benoit
Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 at 03:02:26 pm EDT (Viewed 549 times)

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    If someone does something very bad, but they are a fantastic performer, can you both admire them and destest them?


I try to separate the person from the work. And that goes for things not necessarily bad, but that I may disagree with, also.

But there is a line.


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    Harvey Weinstein - ugly inside and out, somehow it's easier to see a bloated mess and know he is a scumbag, it seems right.



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    Beniot on the other hand was an amazing performer, his matches with Kurt Angle were spectacular. What he did to his family was beyond despicable.


So, I loved his work as a wrestler and still do. Yes, what he did to his family was awful, but there is question about his mental capacity at the time.
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070905224343.htm


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    Whilst Spacey is not on my all time favourite list, I respect his body of work, the Usual Suspects, American Beauty etc.


Spacey is done. I doubt he works again.



Mel Gibson came back, yes House of Cards is gone, but if handled well, he may resurface.

This would have prevented his career potentially, but Spacey is now a millionaire, so he's set for life.





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