Rachael Doesn't Hold Back
She is the star of Red Dog, a wildly successful Australian film, as well as The Darkest Hour, a less successful film to say the least. Yet what is surprising about Rachael Taylor is the speed with which she will candidly pick apart her less than shining moments.
Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald, Rachael had only one question to answer about The Darkest Hour.
"Did you hate it?"
''Can I be really brutal? I think the first couple of acts of the film work reasonably well and the second couple of acts maybe work less well.''
Her criticism did not stop when she spoke about the recent remake of Charlie's Angels, which was cancelled with only four episodes going to air.
"F---! It was not very good," she said.
"Actually ... look -- and this is not me playing politics - I love the studio, I love Drew Barrymore [the show's producer], I love the girls, I loved the costumes, I loved the idea of revamping it -- but for whatever the strange alchemy that film and television is, that pot just wouldn't bubble."
Finally, she also took a dig at her own status as an actress.
''I couldn't try to pitch, like, serious worthy actress at you,'' she said. ''I don't think I'm going to fool anyone with any sort of artisty thing.''
It was not all negativity. She was chirpy about her recent film, Any Questions for Ben?
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