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An A to Z of the World's Deadliest Movie Reviews From Affleck
to Zeta Jones
SELECT VICTIMS BY INITIAL LETTER OF SURNAME
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Bo Derek
She turned down the role of Helen Keller because she couldn't remember the lines.
(Joan Rivers)
Actress, Tarzan, The Ape Man (1981)
To walk around naked and yet be uninteresting is a curious achievement, but one Bo achieves with charmlessness to spare.
(David Quinlan)
Actress, Bolero: An Adventure in Ecstasy (1984)
A deaf mute could have delivered Bo's dialogue with more conviction. It is only too tempting to soak the typewriter in vitriol when reviewing such rubbish but to what end?
(Don Minifie, Films & Filming)
A film that could set Bo Derek's career back 100 years.
(Alan Frank, Daily Star)
Actress, Tommy Boy (1995)
Bo Derek, as Tommy's step-mother, looks like someone resurrected after a spell in the morgue, though not yet quite unfrozen.
(Alexander Walker, Evening Standard)
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