Thurman: 'I've Made Bad Films'

UMA THURMAN credits the flop movies she's starred in with enabling her to enjoy a stable career at the top of the Hollywood A-list.

The sexy actress - who appeared in box office disasters THE AVENGERS and PAYCHECK - never wishes she could erase parts of her movie-making history, because her past mistakes have inspired her to make better choices.

She says, "I never really want to diss any of them. Sure there are mistakes, things that were less than great experiences, but if you don't make a mistake you'll never get informed on your good judgment.

"I find that, obviously like anybody, I learn more from my mistakes than my luckier moments."

30/03/2005 02:30

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