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19 Movies And TV Shows Where One Actor Literally Carried The Entire Thing On Their Back
I'm not even joking when I say that Jerry Trainor deserves an Emmy for iCarly.by Hannah Marder
1. Florence Pugh as Alice in Don't Worry Darling
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No spoilers because this just came out, but watching the movie, it's so clear that Pugh is the best part. Pine and Chan aren't bad, either, but this movie really feels like a star vehicle for Pugh, which is unfortunate considering both the script and the marketing did not take advantage of this. I would love to see Pugh in another domestic suspense film that actually feels catered to her.
2. Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher in Thor: Love and Thunder
I don’t know what movie Bale thought he was in, but it was a far, far better movie than Thor: Love and Thunder. The humor of the film fell flat, and just felt tired. And the drama, overall, just didn’t feel real, partly due to the lack in chemistry between Jane and Thor and the slight sidelining of Valkyrie (thought her few scenes with Jane were a highlight). But Bale was a believable and frightening villain — most of all, though, you actually understood his point completely. He deserved a better film than this.
3. Jerry Trainor as Spencer on iCarly
I'm not trying to trash the other actors here, but I will say that overall, it was very much just a Nickelodeon quality show. But Trainor's character and comedic timing literally transcended Nickelodeon — like, I'm shocked I haven't seen him on other things. He's incredible at physical comedy, but he also was able to carry more emotional moments and wasn't just the butt of the joke. It was actually believable that he was Carly's guardian and could take care of her, and he was by far the best "parent" on a Nickelodeon show. I'm happy to see him back on the reboot, but people — start putting Jerry in more shows!!!
4. Similarly, Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby in The Suite Life of Zach and Cody
It's hard to make the overworked stick-in-the-mud character the best one in the show, and yet Phill Lewis