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What actors require viewing no matter how crappy the movie seems Some on my list: Mark Hammill (present day) Gary Coleman (present day) Billy Dee Williams (present day) John Tuturro Christopher Walken (this bit me on the ass when I saw the funeral, I forgot to account for the negative chris penn vibes)
Wouldn't you go see a buddy pic with Mark Hamill and Gary Coleman, where they stole some money from a bad ass mother fucker played by Billy Dee Williams.
PS The new Shaft better not lose Issac Hayes' singing, it is noticebly missing from the trailer
-- just because you don't believe in satan doesn't meen you weren't impegnated by him (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 01, 2000
Hmmm. Forgoing the obvious (Kevin Spacey, Walken, etc.) I'd have to say...
Ahhh, Lori Petty. If I could squish her and Gwen Stefani together I'd....
Hi. You still here?
Ahem...Sorry 'bout that.
-- Michael Fitts (email@example.com), June 26, 2000.
Before "Keeping the Faith" I would have gone with Edward Norton (Sorry, forgot about "everyone says i love you"...
-- Richard McLaughlin (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 19, 2000.
Few names to the list:
Adrien Brody James Caviezel John C. Reilly
All in Thin Red Line (Your decision whether you liked it or not)
Put Buster Poindexter (David Johansen) in something and I'll watch it as well.
Take it easy on Keeping the Faith. I was an extra in that one. Ed Norton is a cool guy.
-- James Patrick McArdle (JamesMcGack@aol.com), December 19, 2000.
Hey, I liked Keeping the Faith. Everyone says I Love You was damn painful to watch though. Felt like I was smacked in the head with a bat made of Play-Do after that flick.
Someday I'll cast Ed Norton. Oh yes, someday.
Some of our constituents know the part of which I speak.
-- Michael Fitts (email@example.com), December 21, 2000.