That's generally less the actor's fault, and more the production process' fault. There are countless examples of the animation not being done in time, so the actors need to read along to animatics at best, and storyboards at worst. DBZ Movie 6 is one of the worst offenders I can think of: when Vegeta first shows up (after kicking Metal Coola away), he's just yap-yap-yapping away in the animation with the voice not even REMOTELY matching it.DBZ Macky wrote:Does Freeza's laughter not matching the lip-flaps after he kills Kuririn has to be an example of "bad voice acting"?
If yes, then that's one for a start.
Matching lip-flaps is something I feel Americans are far more invested in, for what it's worth. No idea if there's anything to that sentiment, of if I'm just making it up, but it feels that way for sure.