Kate Hudson turned 30 over the weekend which was the inspiration for the following post. The daughter of Goldie Hawn burst into the collective consciousness in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 film Almost Famous. For her role as Penny Lane the actress took home a Golden Globe and snagged an Oscar nomination; the future looked so bright.
So now, almost a decade later, how does her career shape up? Well, we investigate by breaking her career down into three categories: The Good (self-explanatory), The Meh (the films which fall into the category of flawed but still watchable), and The Ugly (you know, the ones so horrifically awful they caused you to break up with the crazy fool who drug you to them in the first place).
Here are the results:
The Good: Almost Famous
The Meh: Gossip, 200 Cigarettes, Desert Blue, Ricochet River, Dr. T & the Women
The Ugly: About Adam, Bride Wars, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Alex & Emma, Raising Helen, Four Feathers, The Skeleton Key, Fool’s Gold, My Best Friend’s Girl, Le Divorce, You, Me and Dupree