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Old Feb 12, 2013, 03:55 PM   #26
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Old Feb 12, 2013, 04:13 PM   #27
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Another vote for Gary Oldman. Especially for Track 29.
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Old Feb 13, 2013, 05:12 AM   #28
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[Actors, I mean] I just watched 7 Psychopaths with Christopher Walken and it got me thinking about his body of work. I think he has my vote for the creepiest guy in Hollywood. Thoughts?
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My wife thinks Christopher Walken, Jon Voight, and Steve Buscemi are the creepiest dudes in Hollywood. We both agree that they are great actors, but she says any time she sees one of them it just creeps her out.

If you want some females for the list Anjelica Huston and Glenn Close give me the creeps.

Kevin Spacey can be creepy too depending on the role. Peter Stormare always looks creepy in whatever role he is cast. Cillian Murphy is a creepy dude as well.
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My wife thinks Christopher Walken, Jon Voight, and Steve Buscemi are the creepiest dudes in Hollywood. We both agree that they are great actors, but she says any time she sees one of them it just creeps her out.

If you want some females for the list Anjelica Huston and Glenn Close give me the creeps.

Kevin Spacey can be creepy too depending on the role. Peter Stormare always looks creepy in whatever role he is cast. Cillian Murphy is a creepy dude as well.
Steve scared me silly in Con Air.

He was like Lechter but with no self control, education, or refinement. Too many other movies later had him more as nerdy nice guy so I was OK with him and was able to shake off the nightmares. Those eyes on that bloodless face certainly gave him a cold blooded look.
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Old Feb 14, 2013, 08:19 AM   #36
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[Actors, I mean] I just watched 7 Psychopaths with Christopher Walken and it got me thinking about his body of work. I think he has my vote for the creepiest guy in Hollywood. Thoughts?
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I wouldn't call him creepy but Gary Oldman can play a really psycho character.

Btw. I loved 7 psychopaths. Excellent movie.
I just finished the movie, but I have little experience with black humor films.

Which parts are supposed to be funny? The only part I laughed at was when Billy was illustrating his story at night in the desert.
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Well, it's violent and not for everyone. One of the biggest things is the way the movie satirizes Hollywood movie cliches.

My favorite funny line from the movie was delivered by Walken in the first 15 minutes. He's visiting his wife and she berates him for not having an honest job "When you gonna get a job that ain't just stealin' from people?" and suggests he get a job with the government. Walken sardonically turns her comment back on her and says "Government. A job that ain't just stealing from people."

Or when offered a drink, Walken declines but says he'll take some Peyote later.

Rockwell had some pretty good lines and situational humor too. Like when the psychotic quaker he supposedly made up was actually Hans and Hans finds out about the character from Marty.
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Hands down....Andy Serkis as an character actor
Caeser, Gollum and Kong

Tom Cruise as a character in real life...
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A page and a half and nobody mentions Gary Busey?
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A page and a half and nobody mentions Gary Busey?
Does anyone mention him? I hear he needs work.
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How about Robert De Niro in Cape Fear and This Boy's Life?
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Most entertaining psycho award goes to Christian Bale
Especially his good ol' rant.

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Especially his good ol' rant.


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