#1 - Bruce Willis is better than me and you and everyone.
#2 - As far as graphing, he is now dead to me.
Over the years I have never had a good experience with Willis so I should expect this but I refuse to expect people to be this big of an asshole. At the Red 2 premiere when everyone else signed I thought maybe there was a chance that he would too. Instead he walked the line and would stop and stand in front of people and "let" them gaze upon his holier than thou self in order to enrich their sad pathetic lives. (You might think I am poring it on thick but honestly this is exactly what happened) Ask for an autograph and get a look of disgust from him. He is in my favorite movie of all time so this hurts every time I meet this asshole and he acts like this.
After he finished going down the whole line showing off like he is still a major box office draw, he proceeded to come back up the line shaking people's hands. One person asked for an autograph and he told them, " This is real life." Another example, "This is a real life lesson." The best example, one person says to him, Bruce I love you! His response? With a straight face, "I know." Apparently my parents lied to me when I was a kid when they told me no one was better than me.
I love the hobby of graphing. I love meeting these celebrities and getting their autographs. Just because I love it by no means makes me believe they are better than me. They are just famous. It takes a ego the size of Mount Rushmore to believe you are better than everyone and then to act like it as well. Have some humility towards all the people who helped get you to where you are at.
I will always love Pulp Fiction and Die Hard. I really liked his performances in both films. I just don't like him as a person.