Host Jessica Alba may not be in perennial Oscar host Billy Crystal's league when it comes to movie parodies, but she garners plenty of laughs as she chews the scenery
in wacky and sometimes tasteless takeoffs of ``King Kong,'' ``Mission: Impossible III'' and ``The Da Vinci Code.
David Bowie chews the scenery
as the Goblin King and gets to dance with Jim Henson puppets.
D'Onofrio chews the scenery
with abandon as the childhood traumas that drove him to his psychopathic state are unpeeled like an onion and as his various personas manifest themselves in the inner-mind sequences.
4 THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991) ANTHONY HOPKINS chews the scenery
and fellow cast members as cannibal serialkiller Dr Hannibal Lecter.
Duckworth meanwhile chews the scenery
(literally at one point) as the wily old seadog with a manic glint in his eye and a knife in his sock who may just be the biggest Jonah of them all.
Beckinsale is wasted in a thankless supporting role, while Ribisi merrily chews the scenery
as the loose cannon, who uses violence to ensure Chris delivers the fake bills on time.
Oldman chews the scenery
with wide-eyed glee as only he can, and Kunis makes the best of a thinly sketched sidekick.
Serkis chews the scenery
as the bad guy with a fascination with everyday 21st century objects ("I love duct tape
Caubere, a legit dynamo last seen on screen in hits "My Father's Glory" and "My Mother's Castle" some 15 years ago, chews the scenery
with textbook malice, injecting a micron of humor with his loving mistress, Beatrice (Beatrice Dalle).
Li chews the scenery
with gusto, bringing an enjoyably larger-than-life quality to her scheming courtesan.
Patrick Stewart chews the scenery
in hyper-active telefilm 1997