1. Wallach2. Brynner3. Bond4. Robinson5. Cook JrAll very good performances.
1. Wallach2. Brynner3. Bond4. Robinson5. Cook Jr
1. Brynner2. Wallach3. Robinson4. Cook5. Bond
1. Wallach 2. Brynner3. Robinson 4. Bond5. Cook
1. Eli Wallach2. Yul Brynner3. Edward G. Robinson4. Ward Bond5. Elisha Cook, Jr.
Favorite bands and guilty pleasures, everyone?Mine are:Favorite: Fleetwood Mac (ELO a reasonably close second)Guilty Pleasures: Wilson Phillips; Carly SimonShould Be a Guilty Pleasure but Isn't: Joni Mitchell
1. Yul Brynner2. Eli Walach3. Edward G. Robinson4. Elisha Cook, Jr.5. Ward Bond
1. Brynner2. Wallach3. Bond4. Robinson6. Cook
1. Wallach 2. Brynner3. Robinson 4. Bond5. CookFavorite: Within TemptationGuilty Pleasure: Tokio HotelShould Be A Guilty Pleasure But isnt: Shinee
Shinee would probably be in the my favorite category too =D.
1. Yul Brynner2. Eli Wallach3. Edward G. Robinson4. Elisha Cook, Jr.5. Ward Bond
Louis, where do you place James Dean's performance in GIANT? Leading or supporting?
1. Brynner2. Wallach3. Robinson4. Bond5. Cook, jr.
1. Brynner2. Wallach3. Robinson4. Cook, jr.5. Bond
1. Wallach2. Brynner3. Bond4. Robinson5. Cook
Grady Tripp:I place Dean supporting.
Michael Patison:Favourite Bands: Queen, Muse, 30 Seconds To Mars, Metallica, The Beatles, The Who, Thin Lizzy and The Sex Pistols.Guilty Pleasure: The only one, I can think of and will probably get some hate for this, is Nickelback. I quite like two of their songs and that's about it.
When it comes to bands and artists, I'm not entirely sure if I have any guilty pleasures. I guess OwlCity? I know they're cheesy, but weirdly listenable.
Finally got around to seeing Road to Perdition, and it is terrific. How it was not reviewed better when released is beyond me. I agree wholeheartedly with pretty much all of Louis's ratings.
@Michael: It really is wonderful, isn't it?
Eh, I still think Road to Perdition is a limp Malick knock-off. I guess I just have the inability to give Sam Mendes the benefit of the doubt.
Oh my goodness, yes. Just the feel of it is so powerful and so much of that is thanks to Mendes as the kid, while not bad, is somewhat inadequate. Plus all of the technical aspects are so perfect. Honestly, if not for the scope of Gangs of New York, it'd win every single technical award.
Well, I would certainly, without a second's hesitation give it the win for cinematography at the very least. All the technical aspects are remarkable but man...
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