Once you see it, you can't unsee it. It's distracting. It's magnetic. It's impossible to look away. It's an actor who refuses to have that giant mole on their face sliced off. Sometimes it's big and obvious enough to trademark like Cindy Crawford, or othertimes it's a 'did I or did I not just see that' like Chris Pine. But it's there and you can't just understand, vanity aside, why someone who makes a living having their face projected on a 50-foot tall screen wouldn't just have a dermatologist quickly nick that huge spot on your forehead off so I don't have to stare at a wart with an IMAX radius of 5 feet long.
Note: I guess Ewan McGregor finally took care of his trademark mole claiming health reasons, but for someone who's hung dong more often in movies than the horse in War Horse, we claim vanity.