I think it's weird how people are saying she can't voice act, when she really just sounds like herself. To say she's a bad voice actor is to say she has a bad voice in reality. I disagree, it's ultimately fine though unexceptional. There's nothing to complain about.
@TobbRobb: Well, in certain context, the second can be quite scary looking as well, even if it is simultaneously looking goofy. I know that they aren't necessarily scary on their own, but I'm just thinking under certain circumstances.
First is from Gladiator. No idea where the second one is from. Neither is particularly scary unless I saw them coming at me in a dark alley.
Blankman for the first one
The invisible man for the second one
You had a window of literally minutes to make it happen and you nailed it. I salute your efforts, sir.
First one is Gladiator.
Yeah, I think that was obvious. I'll wait a little while until someone can get the other one, but if you haven't yet, I do advise you see the other film if you haven't. The film I recommend, I can't even tell you. None of this really matters that much, I know, but still.
I know this is kind of a dumb thread, but I just wanted to say that as cool as these historically ancient masks are, they kind of freak me out. I love them for that though since it brings mystery. I know the Venetian mask below is real, that's called a bauta (or Larva I believe), and it was and I think still is worn during Carneval. The first one, I'm not even sure if that's real or not, but I wanted to put it on there 'cause it strikes the same sort of feelings as the second. Also, I'd like to know if you guys know what these masks are from, what film? I know, I just want to see if you do. I'll give you a hint:
The top one is during a Colosseum battle, which I'm pretty sure just by that hint, anyone would know what film it's from.
The bottom one is from a part of the film that takes place during a secret orgy.