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Kate Hudson
Actress, The Four Feathers (2002)
Another standout is Kate Hudson, although for all the wrong reasons. Her performance is awful and her clumsy acting is further damaged by her failed attempts to employ a now-you-hear-it-now-you-don't British accent. As well cast as she was in Almost Famous, that's how badly cast she is here.
(James Berardinelli, Reelviews)
Actress, Le Divorce (2003)
Kate Hudson, normally so effervescent onscreen, gives a yawn-inducing performance.
(Tim Knight,
Actress, Raising Helen (2004)
Kate Hudson may be the most limited actress to have achieved near-A-list status
(James Berardinelli, Reelviews)
More and more, Kate Hudsonís Oscar-winning turn in Almost Famous is looking like a solitary aberration. Someone has evidently told Hudson that she has a lovely smile, and she wastes no opportunity to show it off, however inappropriately.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)
Hudson does her best without suggesting much acting ability.
(Derek Malcolm, Guardian)
Actress, Fool's Gold (2008)
Matthew McConaughey, whose continuing Hollywood career deserves a separate chapter in any future book by Richard Dawkins on the non-existence of God, is reunited for this romcom caper with Kate Hudson, who is herself uncompromisingly abysmal in everything, perennially doing her haddock-on-a-slab facial expression. Together, these combustible elements of mediocrity trigger a two-hour explosion of rubbishness.
(Peter Bradshaw, Guardian)
Ms Hudson may still have the dazzling smile that catapulted her to stardom in Almost Famous, but she does not convince as an intellectual powerhouse.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)
Actress, Bride Wars (2009)
She can not act. Her features have coarsened unpleasantly with age. And she is so badly made up that she looks as though she has jaundice.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)
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