Uhhhh....1. Baldwin2. McGann3. Harris4. West5. Buscemi
1. Baldwin2. Buscemi3. West4. Harris5. McGann
Hackman, will still be your overall winner.
I would rather slit my wrists for pleasure then watch Alien 3 lol, in fact I do sometimes =D.1. Baldwin2. McGann3. Harris4. West5. BuscemiGoing back to Phoenix/Rains, I will keep my comments on those two to myself from now on =), except, the rant that I promised to do on 1946 on Harold Russell, I will still do that purely because I feel strongly about it lol.
Well no one holds a candle to Hackman that's for damn sure.
I honestly do not remember McGann, but then again, I do not remember much from Alien 3 except the final scenes.1. Baldwin2. Harris3. West4. Buscemi5. McGann
1. McGann2. Baldwin3. Harris4. Buscemi5. WestHaters can hate, but "Alien 3" is brilliant and McGann's performance is one of the best portrayals of unhinged madness ever committed to celluloid. People need to seek out the assembly cut to see what he truly did.
1. Buscemi2. Baldwin3. Harris4. McGann5. West
1. Alec Baldwin2. Paul McGann3. Richard Harris4. Samuel West5. Steve Buscemi
Alien 3 is extremely underappreciated, and I am so glad you chosen to review McGann. And please view the Assembly Cut of the film, as it is so much better than the Original Cut. And McGann also gets to do more in the Assembly Cut.
1. Baldwin2. Harris3. McGann4. West5. Buscemi
Good man, Kevin. *cheers*
Huh. Maybe I'll check out the Assembly cut. It seems to be more well-regarded anyway.
Robert,Not only is the assembly cut a better film than the theatrical, I personally find it to be a better film than "Aliens." Not saying "Aliens" is bad, as it is a perfectly crafted film, but it lacks the gravitas and weight of the first film, which the third brings back in the best possible way. Weaver's performance in "Alien 3" is also her best performance to date. The effects are dodgy, but that's less to do with the product and more to do with the fact that Fincher was denied funding to complete them in post. But it should be viewed for any "Alien" fan.
I haven't seen any of them, to be honest. Not all the way through, at least. I saw Prometheus and absolutely loathed every minute of it.
Wow. That's . . . shocking, to say the least. "Alien" is my #8 of all time and boasts my all-time favorite film ensemble.
What would be your top 10 films, Psifonian?
1. There Will Be Blood (Anderson, 2007)2. The Thin Red Line (Malick, 1998)3. Amadeus (Forman, 1984)4. Grave of the Fireflies (Takahata, 1988)5. My Neighbor Totoro (Miyazaki, 1988)6. Goodfellas (Scorsese, 1990)7. Mulholland Dr. (Lynch, 2001)8. Alien (Scott, 1979)9. Apocalypse Now (Coppola, 1979)10. L.A. Confidential (Hanson, 1997)
At least we have 2 choices in common.
Not a bad list. Here's mine;1. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford2. The Dark Knight3. Fight Club 4. Ed Wood5. The Godfather Part II6. A Christmas Story7. A Clockwork Orange8. Goodfellas9. The Big Lebowski10. The Tree of LifeHonorable mentions to Shawshank, L.A. Confidential, The Proposition, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Animal House, Blue Velvet, and Memento.
Louis, what rating would you give Wahlberg in Lone Survivor?
You know, I just rewatched Unforgiven a few weeks ago and wasn't that impressed with Harris. He makes an impact when he first appears, but most of the time he's overshadowed by Hackman. Plus, whenever he's not onscreen, I didn't miss him. But that's me.
Louis what are your top 5 films for 1992?
No Michael Madson? Are you kidding?
1. Steve Buscemi2. Richard Harris3. Alec Baldwin4. Paul McGann5. Samuel West
Louis: I would just like to ask on what are the top 5 lead actor years, that you've completely covered so far.
Anonymous: 1. Unforgiven2. The Player3. Dracula4. Glengarry Glen Ross5. Reservoir DogsLuke:19732013197519711966I went by the strength of my top ten for 66 and 71 it's really for just how strong the top five are.
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