1) Cornel Wilde2) Jean-Louis Barrault3) Edward G.Robinson4) Trevor Howard5) James Mason
1. Robinson2. Mason3. Barrault4. Howard5. Wilde
My guess:1. Robinson2. Wilde3. Mason4. Howard5. Barrault
I think Ray Milland will still win, his performance is one of the only performances from the 40s that is just as powerful now as it is then, I liked Barrault quite a lot infact, I will choose him although I could be wrong, my brain says Barrault, in a truly unique performance.1)Jean Louis Barrault2)Cornel Wilde3)Edward G Robinson4)James Mason5)Trevor Howard
1. Edward G. Robinson2. Cornel Wilde3. Trevor Howard4. Jean-Louis Barrault5. James Mason
I am still having nightmares about Cornel Wildes oscar nominated performance lol, how did 1945 fuck up the nominees so bad.
=D I am having nightmares that Gene Kelly got an Oscar nomination just for dancing and smiling haha.1. Edward G. Robinson2. Cornel Wilde3. Jean-Louis Barrault4. James Mason5. Trevor Howard
I'm almost definitely picking Barrault as my #1, he's my pick for best actor over Milland even. Butr there are a couple of these I still wanna see before I make my official predictions.
How cool does Jean-Louis look =D he looks fucking awesome, I would date the guy he looks that cool xx lol
James Mason should get a great score, this is what got his A+ film career going.
Louis would you say that Pierre Brasseur was supporting or co lead?.
I have no idea about ANY of these.
Well I will give you a bit of a hand Matt, I dont think Howard will win, I also think Mason is a risky choice because it is one of his first film performances that was noticed, Mason seemed to be an actor that was in his prime in the 50s as opposed to learning the ropes.
1. Barrault2. Wilde3. Robinson4. Mason5. Howard
1. Barrault2. Mason3. Robinson4. Wilde5. Howard
For now I'm gonna say1. Jean-Louis Barrault2. Edward G.Robinson3. Cornel Wilde4. James Mason5. Trevor Howard
Louis, what are your thoughts on Tsutomu Yamazaki in Departures and Jason Butler Harner in Changeling?
Hi!1. Jean-Louis Barrault2. James Mason3. Edward G. Robinson4. Cornel Wilde5. Trevor Howard
How many people are currently watching/have watched the US version of House of Cards?
1) Edward G. Robinson2) Jean-Luois Barrault3) James Mason4) Cornel Wilde5) Trevor Howard
Louis, have you seen the latest Godzilla trailer? What are your thoughts on it? Personally, I think it's one of them best trailers I have seen in a long time and I am super pumped for the movie now
Looks very promising and seems like it will give the Godzilla the size it deserves.
Matt:Tsutomu Yamazaki made that film for me as he struck the right tone. Every time Yamazaki comes on the screen though he makes the film worth watching with his moving yet understated portrayal of a mentor.Where much of Changeling is bizarrely muted in tone Harner enlivens it with his portrayal of a psychopath. His break down scene at the end is particularly remarkable.
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