Surprisingly the publication Miller McCue, which is usually as dry as its name, caught Movefone's wandering eye (we really need corrective lenses). They conducted a mathematical analysis on which actors on average score highest with critics.

While we don't understand the formula (we were always too busy rewinding VHS tapes to do our statistics homework), we're impressed by the results. Child star-turned-fringe-hipster/movie-icon Elijah Wood ended up on top, beating beloved Academy stalwarts Philip Seymour Hoffman, Clint Eastwood, and Tom Hanks (meanwhile, Freddie Prinze Jr., star of 'Wing Commander,' finished at the bottom).

Some may be surprised, but around the office "Elijah Wood" is synonymous with "Super-Rad." For example, "'The Road' looks like it could be Elijah Wood!" Doubters need only to read further.
categories Hot Topic