1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Gibson4. Finney5. RussellRating & Thoughts on Harrison Ford in Blade Runner.
Louis: You've yet to put the Supporting 2014 label on the sidebar.
RatedRStar: My number 3 is Nightcrawler.
1. De Niro2. Finney3. Farnsworth4. Russell5. Gibson
1. Farnsworth2. De Niro3. Finney4. Gibson5. Russell
1) Robert De Niro 2) Richard Farnsworth3) Albert Finney4) Kurt Russell 5) Mel Gibson
De Niro and Gibson are technically 83, but...1) De Niro2) Finney3) Farnsworth4) Gibson5) RussellThat's a mere guess, since I haven't seen Farnsworth...but De Niro and Finney are BRILLIANT in their respective films.
I'm going to make a change in my prediction.3. Finney4. Gibson
1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Finney4. Russell5. Gibson
1. Robert De Niro2. Richard Farnsworth3. Albert Finney4. Mel Gibson5. Kurt Russell
They are technically 82 =D,My number 3 of my top ten films of 2014 was....Whiplash =D.1. Robert De Niro2. Richard Farnsworth3. Mel Gibson4. Albert Finney5. Kurt RussellThe Thing is just a gem of a horror film, the special effects still look great, The Year of Living Dangerously is actually my favorite film of 1982 I thought it was perfect =D, Shoot The Moon is pretty darn effective if quite melodramatic at times, particularly the restaurant scene.
1. De Niro2. Finney3. Farnsworth4. Gibson5. Russell
1) De Niro2) Finney3) Farnsworth4) Gibson5) Russell#3- Birdman
1. Richard Farnsworth2. Robert De Niro3. Mel Gibson4. Kurt Russell5. Albert Finney
@RatedRStar: My #3 is The LEGO Movie.
1. Farnsworth (predicting a spoiler here)2. Russell3. De Niro4. Gibson5. Finney
Louis: What rating would you give to Simone Signoret in Ship of Fools.
luke: 4.5, unless his thoughts have changed
Mcofra7: Thanks, I'm trying to compile a list of Louis's Female 5 and 4.5s on Google Docs.
1. ROBERT DE NIRO2. Richard Farnsworth3. Albert Finney4. Mel Gibson5. Kurt RussellMy number 3 is also The LEGO Movie.
Louis: Your Rating & Thoughts on Elizabeth Olsen in Martha Marcy May Marlene.
Louis: And Olivia Williams in The Ghost Writer & Chloe Grace Moretz in Kick Ass.
Louis: Carey Mulligan in Never Let Me Go.
Louis, what are your rating and thoughts for Jeremy Irons in The French Lieutenant's Woman, and which performances from this century were close to make to your all-time ranking lead and supporting for both male and female?
What are everyone's choices for Best Original Song from 2005 on?
Robert: 2005-"Travelin'Thru" from Transamerica 2006-"You Know My Name" from Casino Royale2007-"Falling Slowly" from Once2008-"The Wrestler" from The Wrestler2009-"The Weary Kind" from Crazy Heart2010-"Threshold" from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (or really, *any* song from Scott Pilgrim)2011-"Star Spangled Man" from Captain America (would be A Real Hero, but it's not original)2012-"Skyfall" from Skyfall2013-"Let It Go" from Frozen 2014-"Lost Stars" from Begin Again
Louis, your toughts and ratings on the cast of 'Deliverance'
Louis, what are your ratings and thoughts on Mickey Rourke in The Pledge and Harry Dean Stanton in The Straight Story?
My choices or Song:2005: Wunderkind from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe2006: The Rider's Song from The Proposition2007: Falling Slowly from Once (haven't seen the movie but LOVE the song)2008: The Wrestler from The Wrestler2009: Friends on the Other Side from The Princess and the Frog2010: Ramona from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (How is this not the automatic choice?)2011: Star Spangled Man from Captain America2012: Who Did That To You? from Django Unchained2013: Let It Go from Frozen2014: Lost Stars from Begin Again
@John Smith: Some of the cast of Deliverance are review worthy I feel, and in such a weak year as 1972, they could make it in.
KoooK160:2000: Now We Are Free from Gladiator2001: Come What May from Moulin Rouge or May It Be from The Fellowship of the Ring2002: Lose Yourself from 8 Mile2003: Into The West from Return of The King2004: Accidentally in Love from Shrek 22005: Wunderkind from Narnia, although my favourite song used in a film was Peggy Gordon from The Proposition.2006: You Know My Name from Casino Royale2007: Falling Slowly from Once2008: The Wrestler from The Wrestler 2009: The Weary Kind from Crazy Heart2010: Ramona from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 2011: Star Spangled Man from Captain America: The First Avenger (I guess)2012: Skyfall from Skyfall2013: Young and Beautiful from The Great Gatsby2014: I Love You All from Frank
I'm one of the few people in the world who hates Young and Beautiful. I guess Lana Del Rey just rubs me the wrong way.
KoooK160: I assure you, I would've gone with Let it Go a year ago, but the constant air time, it's received over the past 15 months, has cooled my appreciation for it. Everything is Awesome is a close second place for 2014, but I love you all, was able to hit me on a more emotional level.
Let It Go isn't played at all in my area. I was actually surprised when I found out it was overplayed on the radio elsewhere.
KoooK160: It's still in the UK Top 70 and is continuously played on Music TV Channels as well.
KoooK160: Actually, I've changed my mind on Star Spangled Man, my favourite for 2011 is A Real Hero from Drive.
Real Hero doesn't count. It was a single two years before Drive came out.
KoooK160: Ok then, back to Star Spangled Man, god, 2011 was fucking weak. I'll say, that A Real Hero was my favourite song, featured in a film for that year, original or not.
It was definitely the best use of a song that year.
Louis: What are your personal best song choices from 2000 to 2014.
1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Finney4.Gibson5. Russell
I will add 1999 as well to my song choices.1999: Save Me - Magnolia2000: Now We Are Free - Gladiator2001: May It Be - Fellowship Of The Ring2002: Gollums Song - The Two Towers2003: Into The West - Return Of The King2004: Accidentally In Love - Shrek 22005: Wunderkind - Narnia2006: I Need To Wake Up - An Convenient Truth2007: Falling Slowly - Once2008: The Wrestler - The Wrestler2009: The Weary Kind - Crazy Heart2010: Ramona - Scott Pilgrim2011: Wet Fingers - Suicide Room2012: Skyfall - Skyfall2013: Let It Go - Frozen2014: Everything Is Awesome - The Lego Movie
RatedRStar: I forgot about Gollum's Song, that would be my actual pick for 2002.
RatedRStar & anyone else: What are your personal picks for animated feature from 2000 to 2014.2000: Chicken Run2001: Shrek2002: Spirited Away (although was first released in 2001)2003: Finding Nemo2004: The Incredibles2005: Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of The Were Rabbit2006: Flushed Away2007: Ratatouille 2008: Wall-e2009: Fantastic Mr Fox2010: Toy Story 32011: Rango2012: The Pirates, Band of Misfits or Wreck it Ralph2013: Frozen2014: The Lego Movie
1. DeNiro2. Farnsworth3. Finney4. Russell5. GibsonFor animated feature:2000: Chicken Run2001: Monsters Inc2002: Lilo & Stitch2003: Finding Nemo2004: The Incredibles2005: Wallace & Gromit2006: Over the Hedge2007: Persepolis2008: WALL-E2009: The Secret of Kells2010: Toy Story 32011: Gnomeo & Juliet2012: Wreck It Ralph2013: Monsters University2014: Big Hero 6
So I actually just watched Shoot the Moon for the first time...Finney was good but...ughhhh.
2000: Chicken Run2001: Spirited Away2002: Lilo & Stitch2003: Finding Nemo2004: Howls Moving Castle2005: Wallace & Gromit2006: Bleach: Memories of Nobody2007: 5 Centimeters Per Second2008: Ponyo2009: Fantastic Mr Fox (I guess)2010: Toy Story 32011: A Monster in Paris2012: Wreck It Ralph2013: Frozen2014: The Lego Movie
@Michael McCarthy: lol "I THINK WE OUGHTA TALK ABOUT IT"I WANT TO SEE MY DAUGHTER(Slaps daughter on ass with firepoker) "I HAVE GOT THE ENERGY OF A TWO DOLLAR WHORE, YOU KNOW WHY, I GOT NO KIDS TO CALL IM OUT OF ORANGE JUICE"haha =D.oh Louis you thought you were in for a serious drama, think again =D lol Shoot The Moon is so entertaining but it is so overblown haha =D I CANT FIND MY GLASSES.
=D oh Michael it is so entertaining though lol.I want to show everyone this clip from Shoot The Moon, tell me if this is more drama, or comedy lol =Dhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQGrlz9TOGY
I'm going to change my predictions1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Russell4. Gibson5. Finney
1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Gibson4. Russell5. Finney
Oh god I think they watched it lol that is not to say Finney is bad, he is the best thing in the movie, and has some very powerful moments, and I still really like the film =D.1. De Niro2. Farnsworth3. Gibson4. Russell5. Finney
Can't really understand why most say that's Finney and Keaton best performance.
I could see Gibson getting a lower score than Finney, but mostly because he's overshadowed by Hunt the entire time.
I'm not sure if I'm gonna lower Finney to a certain degree because I think he overcame the film to a degree, I just can't decide how much of one. And his relationship with Keaton was kind of intriguing.Honestly the ending of that movie was so horrendous it kind of made me forget how bad some of the other scenes were (like the plate smashing scene and the scene where Finney talks to Keaton's father)Fuck it:1. Robert De Niro2. Richard Farnsworth3. Mel Gibson4. Kurt Russell5. Albert Finney
Well looks like I'm in the minority here as I loved the film and found it very powerful. I'll keep Finney up there at number 2 for now against my better judgement.
Luke: Ford - 4(Basically his rendition of Philip Marlow right down to having a bookstore equivalent scene when he's interviewing the model replicant. Now there is technically a type of complexity involving what he is exactly, but that's all direction since Ford himself refused to play a robot. Ford though is good in portraying his fairly straight forward in his leading man style, as one would expect, and the straight forwardness works well for the film as he stands as something we think we know while he interacts with things we don't)Olsen - 4.5(The more I think about the film the less I like it, but Olsen does give a good performance. She's effectively careless and naive in her scenes with the cult but does well to slowly convey the dissatisfaction she gains with every revelation. She's also does well in the scenes set later as she portrays the growing paranoia and fear in her character)Moretz - 4.5(The more I see of her the more I find her kinda a lackluster actress. She's good here though, and maybe being an action lead is the way to go for her. She manages to funny while being bad ass, and although the character is absurd in nature Moretz manages to ground in a form of reality rather well)Williams - 4.5(She's does well to kind of show a more artful form of duplicity against the more faulty form presented by Brosnan's politician form. Williams alludes to it just enough within her portrayal of the bitter wife who seems to hate her husband more every second)Mulligan - 4(Her performance was easily my favorite of the film even though her's is technically the least emotional. Mulligan though I felt was more moving in her portrayal of her's character resignation that acted as an effective counterpoint to the more explosive work of Knightley and Garfield. I felt she found more poignancy in the story by portraying the sadness in merely going along with the path set for her)Best Song:2000: Thing Have Changed - Wonder Boys2001: May It Be - The Fellowship of the Ring2002: Gollum's Song - The Two Towers2003: Going Home - Gods and Generals2004: The End of the Act - Team America: World Police2005: Rider's Song - The Proposition2006: You Know My Name - Casino Royale2007: Falling Slowly - Once2008: The Wrestler2009: Crazy Heart2010: Romona - Scott Pilgrim Vs The World2011: Pictures in My Head - The Muppets2012: Skyfall 2013: Do You Want To Build A Snowman? - Frozen2014: I Love You All - FrankRatedRStar:#3: NightcrawlerJohn Smith: Let me save the Deliverance cast for the moment. Matt:Stanton - 4(I don't think an actor's ever gotten more out as little as Stanton has in his minute or two of screen time. In just his exchange of looks with Farnsworth and his simple question you absolutely understand the relationship between the brothers, making the ending satisfying even with its brevity)Rourke - 3.5(Also incredibly brief screen time, but Rourke is very moving in just giving a brutally honest portrayal of a man's grief)
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