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Ben Affleck has had a more tumultuous career than most. From the indie career he self-started with Matt Damon to his paycheque blockbusters of the early ‘00s, from the drought brought by post-Bennifer fatigue to his resurgence through adding “Director” to his job titles, Affleck’s seen his share of incredible highs and lows. And much like those extremes in his life — you could argue largely because of them, in fact — Affleck been in some impressive masterpieces and some rank bombs. Continue reading →
Photo: Kevin Smith
Once the slacker counter-part to Quentin Tarantino, both in his video store past and his leading role in the revolution of modern dialogue 20 years ago, Kevin Smith has spent the last few years trying to change his image, with varying degrees of success.
From his loud splash in the indie movement of the early ‘90s to his recent dip into thrillers and horror, Smith has never been comfortable with just one genre. No matter what he makes, though, when he’s on his game, he has a marksman’s skill. And what better day is there than today, on the release of his 11th film, Tusk, to look back at Smith’s career over the last two decades? From worst to best…