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dawgstyle
wiscopetty wrote:
Jesus, 14 posts in this thread and no mention of Daniel Day-Lewis? Possibly the greatest actor of his generation. He was simply transcendent in There Will Be Blood.


dawgstyle wrote:
Sandra Bullock drives me nuts. Gravity might be one of the top 5 worst movies I have ever watched.

Most of the big ones have been named.

So outside of those I would throw in Edward Norton and Daniel Day Lewis. I will see anything Daniel Day Lewis does in theater without hesitation.

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roadkill1
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"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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wiscopetty
dawgstyle wrote:
wiscopetty wrote:
Jesus, 14 posts in this thread and no mention of Daniel Day-Lewis? Possibly the greatest actor of his generation. He was simply transcendent in There Will Be Blood.


dawgstyle wrote:
Sandra Bullock drives me nuts. Gravity might be one of the top 5 worst movies I have ever watched.

Most of the big ones have been named.

So outside of those I would throw in Edward Norton and Daniel Day Lewis. I will see anything Daniel Day Lewis does in theater without hesitation.


Man, how did I miss that? Uff da.
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dawgstyle
wiscopetty wrote:
dawgstyle wrote:
wiscopetty wrote:
Jesus, 14 posts in this thread and no mention of Daniel Day-Lewis? Possibly the greatest actor of his generation. He was simply transcendent in There Will Be Blood.


dawgstyle wrote:
Sandra Bullock drives me nuts. Gravity might be one of the top 5 worst movies I have ever watched.

Most of the big ones have been named.

So outside of those I would throw in Edward Norton and Daniel Day Lewis. I will see anything Daniel Day Lewis does in theater without hesitation.


Man, how did I miss that? Uff da.


Glad you agree though, DDL is an amazing actor.
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diener34
Don't know how I missed Keanu Reeves. He's near the top of my list.
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mickjagger
roadkill1 wrote:
John Wayne [8d]

[h]Kim Novak/Barbara Eden/Stella Stevens[/h] []

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diener34 wrote:
Don't know how I missed Keanu Reeves. He's near the top of my list.


You're tempting me aren't you.
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paladium
After the fappening, anything with Jennifer Lawrence I will see. Just because.
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mickjagger
paladium wrote:
After the fappening, anything with Jennifer Lawrence I will see. Just because.

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safetysqueezepleezzee11
I have never seen a 'bad' movie with either Anthony Hopkins or Gene Hackman in them.
Hackman is now about 84 and Hopkins is in his later 70's, so probably will only be doing
bit parts 'if' they even decide to continue acting.

Always love a Clint Eastwood movie too, although they are all about the same.
I watch only movies on TCM these days, so I don't really follow the younger actors/actresses.
Just cant get myself and my girlfriend out to a threater up here in the sticks.
I have admittedly never really ever been much of a 'movie watcher'

The old gangster movies from the 30's,40's are a hoot too. My dad loves watching them.
Cant recall right off the cuff those actors/actresses name, but there were some classics.
Humphrey Bogart, Ed G Robinson, George Raft are a few that come to mind.
Richard Widmark in the Kiss of Death - I could watch that movie over and over.
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roadkill1
safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:
I have never seen a 'bad' movie with either Anthony Hopkins or Gene Hackman in them.
Hackman is now about 84 and Hopkins is in his later 70's, so probably will only be doing
bit parts 'if' they even decide to continue acting.

Always love a Clint Eastwood movie too, although they are all about the same.
I watch only movies on TCM these days, so I don't really follow the younger actors/actresses.
Just cant get myself and my girlfriend out to a threater up here in the sticks.
I have admittedly never really ever been much of a 'movie watcher'

The old gangster movies from the 30's,40's are a hoot too. My dad loves watching them.
Cant recall right off the cuff those actors/actresses name, but there were some classics.
Humphrey Bogart, Ed G Robinson, George Raft are a few that come to mind.
Richard Widmark in the Kiss of Death - I could watch that movie over and over.

Jimmy Cagney

Barbara Stanwick
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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hueby
For actors- I've always enjoyed Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds and Morgan Freeman. Favorite actresses- Michelle Pfeiffer, Julia Roberts, Debra Messing and I don't know why-but have always had a huge crush on Reese Witherspoon.

safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:

The old gangster movies from the 30's,40's are a hoot too. My dad loves watching them.
Cant recall right off the cuff those actors/actresses name, but there were some classics.
Humphrey Bogart, Ed G Robinson, George Raft are a few that come to mind.
Richard Widmark in the Kiss of Death - I could watch that movie over and over.


I caught some of an old black and white gangster movie about 1 year ago on AMC. What I really like about the older movies is they are much more realistic. In this old movie two gansters got into a fist fight and tired out after throwing punches about 15 seconds. I just can't get into the unrealistic bull of most movies today. Cars blowing up, people doing 4 backward flips jumping 50 feet through the air, etc.

It's much more dramatic to me like in that movie how they tired out and could barely fight due to exhaustion. It stirs me up more say, when someone is running away and they are exhaused & trying to keep moving. I'm like "Run! Run! Don't stop! They're gonna get you! Don't tire out! Ruuuuuuuunnnnnn!!!!! []
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