This Is How Ashley Judd Talks In Everyday Life.

And this is why I find her so intensely unbearable. In a recent interview for her new movie, Big Stone Gap, she was asked about the difference between life in the 70s and life now. And here’s how she responded:

Life in 2015 is exceedingly complex: the incessant kaleidoscope of ever-increasing visual and auditory stimuli can be crushingly overwhelming for our autonomic nervous system and brains. I believe when things are simpler, we deeply exhale and benefit in physiological ways of which we are not even aware.

Seriously? Why does she insist on saying SO MANY WORDS to say so little?

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  • Dirk_The_Impailer

    Sorry, but all I hear is “Oink oink oink. Oink oink oink oink.” every time this porker opens her snout…

  • Hannah

    And… “Big Stone Gap” tanked.

    http://www.the-numbers.com/movie/Big-Stone-Gap#tab=box-office

    Ashley Judd cannot sell movie tickets, and she never could. The only way for her not to kill a movie’s box office is if she’s in a generic supporting role or (Double Jeopardy, Kiss The Girls) give her a superstar male co-lead like Tommy Lee Jones or Morgan Freeman. And even then … their average box office plummets.

    Make her the solo lead, and the movie (or TV series) outright bombs.

    It’s amazing that she still has such a huge ego given her lousy track record in Hollywood. And she even lists on her speaker bio that “her” films have grossed over $2 billion. Yeah, if you count movies where she had a bit part or a supporting role = made zero difference to the box office.

  • Janet Lee

    SHE is the incessant kaleidoscope of ever-increasing visual and auditory
    stimuli. She talks a lot of *&#@ for someone who rarely says anything.