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"As he scampers around the bathtub of popular culture, Spidey is beginning to exhaust everyone's patience.The time has come for someone to produce a rolled-up newspaper the size of a subway train and bring it down with an almighty crash" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian Whether you see it as All About Eve only with the good bits taken out and a naked Elizabeth Berkley put in, or a yet-to-be recognised classic, Showgirls represents a career graveyard for anyone unlucky enough to be cast in it (Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle Mac Lachlan, Gina Gershon, we're looking at you).
She admitted this jealousy brought out the worst in her, and remembered a period in her life when she let the anger take over.
Ignored at the box office, it briefly flourished on DVD, before ending the Nineties claiming the Razzies Worst Picture of the Decade gong - and this was the decade that gave us Batman and Robin.
Great cast, talented director, healthy budget, rubbish movie. Well, if rumours of on-set wrangling are to be believed, Warren Beatty takes a good portion of the blame, although surely he alone couldn't be responsible for the budget ballooning from m to more than m.
“In a survey we did, 68 percent of people said that a name would affect whether or not they would date someone,” says Jennifer Moss, founder of and author of The One in a Million Baby Name Book.
She explains that our reaction to a name comes from two sources: personal perception (associations you have with a name based on your own experiences — so, if the school bully was named Donald, you’re likely to have a thing against that name) and mass perception — opinions drawn from societal factors like overall name popularity and celebrities.