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Favorite Actor?

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Favorite Actor?

jamesyfx

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I wouldn’t say I have a favourite actor, but I have lots of respect for Nicholas Cage. He is prolific and takes any project that appeals to him even if it’s not a surefire blockbuster. That guy is just a true actor through and through.

You may joke at his acting style or whatever but you gotta admit he puts the work in. And yeah I’m not saying he’s an amazing actor, but he has my respect.
 
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Ash

Walking dead
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I have quite a few different favourite actors and my opinion has changed multiple times. Right now, it would probably be Jason Bateman
 
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Oblivion Knight

Administrator
Probably Tom Hanks.. I don't think I've seen him in a particularly bad film yet, and he's been in many!

Leonardo Dicaprio has also gained my respect massively over the years.

I wouldn’t say I have a favourite actor, but I have lots of respect for Nicholas Cage. He is prolific and takes any project that appeals to him even if it’s not a surefire blockbuster. That guy is just a true actor through and through.

You may joke at his acting style or whatever but you gotta admit he puts the work in. And yeah I’m not saying he’s an amazing actor, but he has my respect.
I haven't really watched anything 'new' of his, since they're largely dubbed to be terrible films..

He was great in Con Air, Face/Off, and Gone in 60 Seconds though - they're some of my favourite films!
 
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PGen98

Virus cell
Nicholas Cage was decent in Lord of War and the National Treasure films.

As for my favourite, I think it has to be Ian McKellen, he's had such a storied career. Obviously his work as Gandalf is legendary, as is his work as Magneto, but he's had a great career both before and following those roles. Personally I loved his portrayal as Sherlock Holmes in Mr. Holmes. Seeing such a vulnerable and uncertain version of Sherlock Holmes as he aged was just fabulous, and his bond with young Roger...so good!
 
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apathy

Lab rat
1
Not sure if I have an absolute favorite, but I always love films with the likes of Daniel Day-Lewis, Joaquin Phoenix or Philip Seymour-Hoffman.

Agree with @Oblivion Knight, I think Blood Diamond and The Departed really pushed Leo into the right direction, I really enjoy watching him nowadays whereas I always thought he was quite whiny when he was younger :p
 
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