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How about Juliette Binoche? She is wonderful, yet I don't hear much about her lately. I really don't know if people still like her or not.
I love Binoche, I don't know anybody who doesn't. (: She hasn't had any big blockbusters recently though, so that may explain why... It's like she's been replaced with Marion Cotillard.
Terminal Velocity is a lot of fun. Some really good aerial stunts. Even Charlie Sheen is bearable.
I'm trying to think of any celebs I like that most don't, but am drawing a blank.
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It is always within arms reach.
You somewhat miss the point here. The criticism thrown at Scientology is not aimed at what the "church" believe, but how its run. Its indeed a controversial organisation. Other religions aren't run like totalitarian states with complete secrecy, observation cameras, blackmaling, a religius hierarchy where you have to pay ridiculous amounts of money to proceed up the ranks, etc... Although I agree wholehartedly that Tom Cruise's acting career shouldn't be judged on basis of what his religius beliefs are, I think its only fair that his public persona is being questioned as a member at the very top of such controversial cult.
I have 14 (10 None Bond) with Pierce Brosnan. 22 (include 2 animated and one with archief footage) movies with Matt Damon (Actor with moost movies in my collection) and 10 of those i stil must see. From Angelina Jolie i have seen 11 of the 16 movies i have with her and she end 3th place after Damon and Desmond LLewelyn.
3 of those 14 with Brosnan i haven't seen yet.
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World Is Not Enough
Die Another Day
Butterfly on a Wheel
The Ghost Writer
The Fourth Protocol
Noble House (mini series)
After The Sunset
The Thomas Crown Afair
Other movies i have seen with Brosnan: Mrs Doubtfire, Mars Attacks! , The Tailor of Panama, Evelyn, Laws of Attraction ,The Matador and Percy Jackson movie.
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On the other side, I can’t stand Scarlett Johansson. She has no acting range whatsoever. She only has one facial expression. If you think I’m nuts for liking Kevin Spacey, she defends Woody Allen, while calling out other sex offenders. Hypothetical, Scarjo, remember Woody likes them young. You’re too old for him now.
An underrated actor. People usually don't even know who I'm talking about. Shame.
LOL I do. I'm laughing, because he usually makes me laugh. He likes playing villainous characters with dark comedy attached to it. Most notably in Robin Hood: Prince of thieves, The Three Musketeers & The Count Of Monte Cristo. And he has a very distinctive hoarse voice.
No, I remember him as Moxica in 1492: Conquest of Paradise and that kidnapper Sonjee in Along Came a Spider. I also saw him in Seraphim Falls with Pierce Brosnan, but I don't really remember him in that. As GadgetMan says, he's got a hoarse voice. That and his dark looks make him appropiate for villains. But he's a good actor.
Highly recommend The Crow the film has a depth that is even more apparent because of the tragedy on set. I am a huge Bruce Lee fan and was a fan of Brandon, I felt certainly after The Crow he was destined to be a big star.
From how he conducted himself in interviews, he also reminds me of his father. They both appeared to be very confident and comfortable with themselves, to the point someone could mistake that quality for arrogance. Well, that's the impression I get anyway. I didn't know them personally. But Brandon Lee could have been a big star.
I had Rapid Fire and Showdown in Little Tokyo I am pretty sure they were on VHS though I threw all my VHS films away years ago. Brandon much like his father were self assured very much to do with there respective training philosophies on life.
I always look forward to a Michael Wincott appearance wherever he pops up—Basquiat, Dead Man, The Three Musketeers, The Crow. His voice sounds like he gargles gravel and cigarettes with his coffee every morning, but that's just a part of the unique appeal. I first saw him as the doomed Captain Frank Elgyn in Alien: Resurrection and will always think of him foremostly in that role.