Is there no film that Meryl Streep cant master? Actually, yes. Her dicey tones in Out of Africa make the films title somewhat ironic. The film scooped seven Oscars (Streep herself was nominated) and while all the acting is spot on, Streeps accent is more free-roaming than the lions that stalk the landscape.
The veteran actress plays Baroness Karen Blixen, a Danish woman living in East Africa who falls in love with Robert Redfords big game hunter character who doesnt even try to change his American twang. Naturally, it was always going to be a mixed bag. But what about the big screens other epic accent misfires? Read on for Empire magazines roundup of the 10 worst.
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