This week's poll: What actor should stop making movies? This is a bit more difficult than you'd think, and notice I left Nicolas Cage off the list because that would've been too obvious. Your choices are:
Ben Stiller, who gave us gems like The Heartbreak Kid, Envy, Starsky and Hutch, Along Came Polly, Duplex, and Oscar-worthy Mystery Men.
John Travolta, who gave us real beauts like Hairspray, Wild Hogs, Domestic Disturbance, Scientologist propaganda Battlefield Earth, indistinguishable The General's Daughter and A Civil Action and Primary Colors, not to mention Michael and Phenomenon.
Brendan Fraser, who gave us a plethora of memorable characters in a variety of performances in Mummy 3, Looney Tunes, the brilliance that is Monkeybone, Bedazzled, Dudley Do-Right, Blast from the Past, and George of the Jungle.
Adam Sandler, who gave us a real array of representation in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, You Don't Mess with the Zohan, Click, Anger Management, Mr. Deeds, Little Nicky, The Waterboy, and the ever-changeable Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison.