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An A to Z of the World's Deadliest Movie Reviews From Affleck
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Neil Diamond
Composer, Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1973)
As if this were not nauseating enough in itself, Neil Diamond composed and sings an ear-splitting and stomach-turning background score, its platitudes and decibels running abreast and amuck.
(John Simon, National Review)
Actor, The Jazz Singer (1980)
Quick, name the pop singer who made the biggest fool out of himself when he unwisely tried his hand at making movies. If you answered, “Roger Daltrey in Lisztomania,” “Paul Simon in One-Trick Pony,” or “Madonna in Who's That Girl?” then you've never seen the third version of The Jazz Singer, which makes Neil Diamond the all-time champ chump.
(Edward Margulies & Stephen Rebello, Bad Movies We Love)
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