Please Rank these Musician BioPics...Best to Worst..?
*Yes, I purposely added the Eminem performance...I found it exceptional. Omit the damn thing if you feel so.
*Joaquin Phoenix – Johnny Cash (Walk the Line)
*Jamie Foxx – Ray Charles (Ray)
*Eminem – Jimmy “B-Rabbit” Smith (8 Mile)
*Gary Oldman – Sid Vicious (Sid and Nancy)
*Val Kilmer – Jim Morrison (The Doors)
*Aaron Johnson – John Lennon (Nowhere Boy)
*Lou Diamond Phillips – Ritchie Valens (La Bamba)
*Marion Cotillard – Edith Piaf (La vie en rose)
*Reese Witherspoon – June Carter (Walk the Line)
*Sissy Spacek – Loretta Lynn (Coal Miner’s Daughter)
*Angela Bassett – Tina Turner (What’s Love Got to Do with It)
*Jennifer Lopez – Selena (Selena)
BQ: Please list any performances you feel fits this question/ list...!?
- LoganLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Joaquin Phoenix – Johnny Cash (Walk the Line) I just loved him in this movie, he was amazing
Val Kilmer he must have channeled Jim
Lou Diamond Phillips
I answered wrong at first I did the number thing lol
- Look LukeLv 48 years ago
Lou Diamond Phillips
(not familiar with the rest)
(not familiar with Sissy...)
- 8 years ago
Hey, hey! My personal favourite depictions of people in real life on film: Marion Cotillard's Edit Piaf, Sean Penn's Harvey Milk, Sir Ben Kingsley's Gandhi and Daniel Day-Lewis's Christy Brown. I'd include (except Marion, you already have her there) in your list. :) But Oskar Schindler and Jake LaMotta should be there too.
(if I omit it's because I haven't seen the movie)
Gary Oldman – Sid Vicious (Sid and Nancy)
Joaquin Phoenix – Johnny Cash (Walk the Line)
Jamie Foxx – Ray Charles (Ray)
Lou Diamond Phillips – Ritchie Valens (La Bamba)
Marion Cotillard – Edith Piaf (La vie en rose)
Reese Witherspoon – June Carter (Walk the Line)
BA: already did. If I included my fav performances in the list above it'd look pretty different.
Daniel-Day Lewis's fierce determination and dedication in playing a cerebral palsy-wracked man with just one limb to control... in One Left Foot- I can't imagine anyone not being in complete awe of his presence in that movie. Gotta say though De Niro comes pretty darn close as well. In terms of dedication Lewis went further.