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Video: Bella Thorne's Four Favorite Films

by | April 26, 2016 | Comments

RT Senior Editor Grae Drake talked to Bella Thorne from Ratchet & Clank about her Five (oh, make that) Four Favorite Films. Check out what she has to say about The Hot Chick, Fear, White Chicks and American Psycho!

  • Farty Fartsalot

    1. Who’s Bella Thorne?
    2. Horrible list

    • Alex Meyer

      She’s a former Disney Channel star.

      • Farty Fartsalot

        Is she a good actress?

        • Alex Meyer

          I don’t know. I haven’t really seen her work.

  • Lee

    Yeah could her list be any more shitty? Except for American Psycho, that might actually be one of my favorite movies.

  • James Wilson

    When she said “Was my favorite scene doeeeeeeee!” I cringed so hard I pooped my pants.

  • Kid’s These Days

    Except Mark Wahlberg IS actually a psycho. Remember when he was charged with racially-motivated attempted murder…and admitted to it? Soooo hot.

    • James Wilson

      yes I do, then he starred in transformers 4. Im not sure whats worse

    • ReallyReallyBigMan

      Eh, he was young and stupid. He grew up. Good on him.

      • sunnavab

        He grew up, but never owned up to what he did and faced the victim to apologize. Not so good on him.

    • Alex Meyer

      He was a teenager when he did that, and while he did was horrible, at least he learned the error of his ways. Not many people who commit those kinds of crimes do.

  • offworld_colony

    “The money machine” YOU CAN’T REMEMBER AN ACRONYM THREE LETTERS LONG!

  • Johnny Nostradamus

    I’m sure she’s aware that some of those movies are shitty movies people. The fact that she isn’t so pretentious that she has to only include what are considered works of genius is endearing. Who doesn’t have shitty movies and TV shows that they watch and enjoy if even only ironically. This is favourite movies not top 5 best movies.

    • I’m sorry, I don’t agree. She just asked the thousands of people, maybe even hundreds of thousands of people to watch HORRIBLE movies that waste one of the most valuable resources on our planet, time.

      I’m all for corny, silly or even stupid movies, but at least make them movies that are not a waste of time; Zoolander, Old School, or Nacho Libre, but White Chicks? Fear?

      It’s an affront to this actually useful service – even on the Tomatometer, none of these movies received over 20% (and for good reason) – except Am Psycho.

      • Johnny Nostradamus

        She didn’t ask you to do anything, she was asked what her “favourite” movies were. If you are basing your film watching on the word of a teenage girl then you’ve got problems.

  • 12schoolies

    Can’t count to 5? Has little or no taste in good cinema? Ratchet and Clank doing well? I despair

  • TomNewYorker

    I like those films.

    People do know that every films are subjective.

  • cuckoozey

    What a scintillating interview.

  • Crystal Grafft

    White Chicks is a good movie. It’s a laugh, the waynes family as a whole is pretty damn funny. It’s all opinion I suppose, but any movie that has an audience deserves kudos. I grew up with the waynes brothers, and friday (terry cruz movies). Fear was also a shear reflection of 90’s movies…i mean melissa milano is in it for goodness sake, not to mention CSI/ManHunter guy. put reese on the map. They play clips of this movie all the time on tv. It has a place in 90’s cinema history. This is when mark walberg was pure marky mark still. I mean mark walberg grew up as a thug for sure, not a preppy law abiding citizen. He may have calmed down with age, but he’s a tough guy. Tough guys arnt always the smartest. And the Hot Chick, again with a great comedian, Rob Schneider, aside from adam sandler, this guy did ok on his own for a short while. The hot chick was pretty funny, and so was deuce big. Not to mention another introduction to Rachel Mcadams…one of my favorite actresses.

    • Alex Meyer

      White Chicks is not a 90s movie; it came out in 2004. And it’s actually racist. Black guys dressing up in whiteface is as offensive as white guys dressing up in blackface or yellowface.

      • Crystal Grafft

        the wayans family is a product/ reflection of the 90’s…the tv series, they were everywhere in the 90s…very successful family. As far as the racist comment well, lol is all i can say.

        • Alex Meyer

          Yes I know the Wayans got their start in the 90s, but just because they got their start in the 90s, that doesn’t make White Chicks, a movie that came out clearly in 2004, a 90s movie.

  • ReallyReallyBigMan

    Transcribe the video next time.

  • Dustin Bowers

    Wow. Besides American Psycho, those suck.

  • Alex Meyer

    White Chicks and The Hot Chick are among her favorite films?! Seriously?!?!

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