Tatsuya Nakadai - RanAleksey Kravchenko - Come and SeeKen Ogata - Mishima: A Life in Four ChaptersKlaus Maria Brandauer - Colonel RedlEric Stoltz - MaskAnton Glanzelius - My Life as a DogJames Mason - The Shooting PartyRobert Duvall - The LightshipAlbert Brooks - Lost in America
'Best scene: When he's offscreen' LOLNo real suggestions for 1985 beyond Nakadai. But just to say, really happy about the 3.5 for Fox, glad you mentioned his brilliant one scene.
Griffin Dunne - After HoursMikki Manojlović - When Father Was Away on BusinessTatsuya Nadakai - Ran
Louis: Your Ratings for the rest of The Go-Between Cast.Apart from Kravchenko, my suggestions are:Tatsuya Nakadai - RanKlaus Maria Brandauer - Colonel RedlEric Stoltz - MaskJames Mason - The Shooting Party or Clint Eastwood - Pale Rider
Eric Stoltz in MaskTatsuya Nakadai in RanGriffin Dunne in After HoursJeffrey Combs in ReanimatorKen Ogata in Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
I had put 10 people down for 1985, I understand if you dont do 10, might be worth looking at some of the ones that dont get in howeverAleksei Yevgenyevich Kravchenko - Come and SeeTatsuya Nakadai - RanEric Stoltz - MaskJames Mason - The Shooting PartyGene Hackman - Twice In A LifetimeGriffin Dunne - After HoursClint Eastwood - Pale RiderJohn Cusack - The Sure ThingAlbert Brooks - Lost In AmericaTimothy Hutton - The Falcon And The Snowman
Louis: I'll switch Mason/Eastwood with Ogata.
I think the lineup is gonna be:Nakadai - 5Kravchenko - 4.5/5Brandauer - 4.5/5Ogata - 4.5/5Stoltz - 4.5/5And if Louis really likes him, then Dunne as an extra.
In all honesty Louis, I think you should review 10.NakadaiKravchenkoBrandauerOgataStoltzDunneCombsMasonEastwoodHackman
The only problem with having 10 is that it will take a long long time for 85 to end which cannot be helped of course.
I just realised, how was Edward Fox never approached to be James Bond after Connery, he would have been perfect lol.
Anonymous: If Louis' able to work at a faster pace now, then it shouldn't be much of a problem, though if he's still gonna work at a slower pace with these Lead reviews, then he should stick with five.And Louis' probably gonna choose the four performances that would interest him the most. Those being the ones I've mentioned a couple of comments ago.
*would likely interest him the most.
Please review Griffin Dunne in After Hours.
I think 5 performances is enough.
Luke: Out of those 10 you've listed, I've seen Nakadai, Eastwood, Kravchenko and Hackman. This is probably one of the best years.
Alex: The only reason I went with 10 as an option for Louis, is due to Brandauer (I'm a fan) possibly missing out, as it's either him or Dunne that gets that final spot. If he does miss out, then I'll still have Kravchenko & Nakadai to look forward to.Anonymous: Your rating & thoughts on Kravchenko & Nakadai and ratings for Eastwood & Hackman.
Luke: Well, all I have to say about Kravchenko and Nakadai is that they were outstanding (both are 5's) and I'd give both 4,5's to Eastwood and Hackman.
Aleksei Yevgenyevich Kravchenko - Come and SeeFinally saw Civil War. It was pretty damn amazing.Ratings for the cast:Downey- 5 (his best performance as Tony Stark. Plus, he's absolutely perfect in the third act)Evans-4.5 (He just is Captain America. He anchors the film really well, and I never doubted his conviction at all)Johansson-3.5 (her best performance as Black Widow. She's completely consistent.)Sebastian Stan-4 (I felt he somehow managed to be sympathetic, and he has great chemistry with Evans)Holland- 4 (The best Spider-Man yet. His portrayal is the closest I've ever seen that almost captures the essence of the Spiderman comics. Also, he's pretty damn hilarious, and plays off Downey perfectly)Mackie, Cheadle and Renner- 3.5 (All of them were solid, and I really have no complaints)Boseman- 3 (His arc over the film was pretty well done. I just had a few slight problems with his accent, but I got used to it)The rest of the cast-2.5 to 3 It's the best film I've seen this year.
Saw the new X-Men. Zzzzzzzz.
Saw Alice Through The Looking Glass. Zzzzz. Came very close to walking out after 30 minutes.
Louis: Seen anything new lately.
Tahmeed: Really, a 3 for Boseman? I mean his accent was his own creation altogether, I thought it was really strong. Although each to his own.
Louis, are you planning on seeing The Nice Guys anytime soon? I'm curious to hear what you think of the cast.
Louis: And X-Men: Apocalypse.
Louis: I almost forgot, The Witch.
Luke:Christie and Bates - 3(Both are limited by the setup of the film and do not manage to thrive in it as well as Fox. They still fulfill the needs of their respective roles, but that's about it)Leighton - 3.5(She's mostly in the background as well for much of it, but in the final sequence stands out well as she fully reveals her character's bitterness that ensures the end of the affair. Also she's rather good in, I'm pretty sure, providing the sad voice over for the older version of Christie's character)Redgrave - 3(He's quite haunting and makes an impact even though he basically has nothing to do.)Guard - 3(He does no give a great child performance by any means, as his character always remains a bit too emotionally passive through his portrayal, but he's at the very least is natural in the role)Michael & Luke:X-men tonight, I lobbied for The Nice Guys, but compromises must be made. I'm going to try to see the nice guys soon though. I'll see the Witch eventually.
Louis: What are your overall thoughts on these actors:Clint Eastwood Don CheadleLiev SchrieberHarrison Ford Samuel L. JacksonJohn Cazale
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