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Anger Mismanagement: A Supercut of Mark Wahlberg's Cinematic Tantrums

Anger Mismanagement: A Supercut of Mark Wahlberg's Cinematic Tantrums

As a general rule, you don’t want to make Mark Wahlberg angry. The problem is, it’s so easy. In this video, which compiles Wahlberg’s greatest film outbursts, the actor takes out his rage on a little kid, a chair, his mother, a suitcase, a video store clerk, and Jason Schwartzman, among other unfortunate targets and bystanders. From funny-angry to terrifying-angry, the throbbing vein in Wahlberg’s forehead shows quite the acting range.

Wahlberg definitely had a reputation as a brawler before he got serious about the movie business. "I watched him go from getting in fights when we were doing Three Kings, barroom brawls and stuff, to developing into this really interesting man,” pal George Clooney told Men’s Journal in 2012. “He’s mellower and gentler than he was. “

He may be mellow now, but Wahlberg always knows how to turn it on for the camera. His shirtless poolside fit in Boogie Nights, his Boston-accented rants in The Departed, and his testosterone-radiating tirades in Pain & Gain all brought him to where he is today: battling giant robots in Transformers: Age of Extinction.