Donny
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Donny asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 8 years ago

what are your favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Woody Harrelson movies?

what a great day for movie birthdays! I love both those guys. make a top 5 or 10 for each...

BQ- thoughts on the first two episodes of season 5 so far?

BQ2- which of the above mentioned actors do you prefer?

BQ3- where do you expect The Master to rank among your favorites of all time? and is PSH the leading actor or is it Phoenix?

BQ4- expectations for Seven Psychopaths?

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  • 8 years ago
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    Love both of them, also.

    PSH:

    1. The Big Lebowski

    2. Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

    3. Scent of a Woman

    4. Almost Famous

    5. Moneyball

    6. 25th Hour

    7. The Ides of March

    And obviously his Paul Thomas Anderson collaborations, The Master will more than likely be his best performance.

    Woody Harrelson

    1. The Messenger

    2. The People vs. Larry Flynt

    3. Zombieland

    4. Rampart

    5. No Country For Old Men (he wasn't too memorable in this)

    6. A Prairie Home Companion (he and John C. Reilly singing was fantastic)

    7. Natural Born Killers

    BQ: Fantastic, although the second episode revealed so much that it's hard to take in with one viewing. I was hoping they'd continue that Walt on the run thing at the start of every episode, like they did with the plane crash, but it's cool. Can't wait for the to start cooking again.

    BQ2: Woody Harrelson

    BQ3: Pretty high, as I'm expecting it to top all of his past work. Top 15-20, maybe. Joaquin seems like the lead actor, judging from the trailers.

    BQ4: Masterpiece. If it's half as good as In Bruges, it'll be a masterpiece.

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  • 8 years ago

    PHILLIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN

    1. Capote

    2. Doubt

    3. The Talented Mr. Rippley

    4. Boogie Nights

    5. Flawless

    WOODY HARRELSON

    1. The People vs Larry Flynt

    2. Zombieland

    3. The Messenger

    4. Game Changer

    5. Transsiberian

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  • What a creative username, so jealous.

    PSH

    1- The Big Lebowski

    2- Boogie Nights

    3- Doubt

    4- Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

    5- Scent of A Woman

    6- The Talented Mr. Ripley

    7- Ides of March

    8- Moneyball

    9- Almost Famous

    10- Magnolia

    Honourable mention for Mission Impossible III- He was creepy as **** in that movie, made it a million times better to watch.

    Woddy Harrelson

    1- The People vs. Larry Flynt

    2- Transsiberian

    3- The Messenger

    4- Kingpin

    5- Zombieland

    6- Nanking

    BQ- tight! tight! tight!

    I'm rooting for Mike a lot, I really hope his story arc won't end up with him dead. The first ep was great, what a season premiere! The second episode was brilliant as well, every scene with Mr. Ehrmantraut was gold.

    BQ2- I prefer both :/ Meh but as much as I love Woody Harrelson, PSH can do anything and everything, his villainous/evil performances alone would trump Woody.

    BQ3- I'm confused about that as well, I think the movie is a lot about Phoenix's character, also at the end of the trailer Amy Adams' character is talking about how disturbed he is and if he should be in their "cult" I dunno, and then I see PSH and I'm thinking "hmm maybe not?" I have a strong feeling the movie is greatly about Phoenix's character to madness. So he's the lead. Probably in my top 15, I'm more curious to see if it'd be even better than There Will Blood (which is just greatness to begin with).

    BQ4- Fairly high expectations, I mean, that cast itself is pretty unbelievable.

    melborp on

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  • Dr. X
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    8 years ago

    Philiip Seymour Hoffman - Along Came Polly

    Woody Harrelson - Zombieland

    BQ: of what?

    BQ2: Woody Harrelson

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    doubt

    capote

    happiness

    the savages

    the people vs. larry flint

    the messenger

    the thin red line

    no country for old men

    Source(s): www.bestmoviesbyfarr.com
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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Capote & Zombieland

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  • 8 years ago

    They're both gonna be in Catching Fire! So I guess Catching Fire... Even though it hasn't even came out yet.

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