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6-04-2011 @ 3:46PM
To be fair, you can't tell by listening whether fault lies with the voice actor or the director. Point in fact, you can never really blame the voice actors in the end -- if bad voice acting makes it into the final cut, it's because the director or management wasn't doing their jobs. They should have given better direction, or ultimately gotten a different actor if the one they had couldn't do it right.
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