The best actor for the character (that is interesting)


#61

Millie Bobbie Brown as the young Princess Leia in the pre-prequels.

What, that hasn’t happened yet?


#62

“There is another… but she always gets nosebleeds.”


#63

Keanu Reeves as clueless burnout


#64

Philip Quast as Javert

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This is purely based on comparing performances of Javert’s Suicide.


#65

By a country mile. Mads is the most simultaneously charismatic and horrifying villain I’ve ever borne witness to. Jesus.

Correct. None of the others have really wow’ed me like he did :(

(that [linking verb] interest) is the third best thing about Quarter to Three. IT WILL NEVER DIE SO LONG AS I LIVE

All of this, yes, to contribute to one more ongoing discussion. I’m all about Hamill. Ledger left me kinda cold on subsequent viewings. Then again, the only one of the Nolan Batman trilogy I really loved was Begins, anyway.


For my part, I’ll say that I believe my favorite Doctor has finally been shifted from Christopher Eccleston. Peter Capaldi is Doctor Who in a way that no one else ever will be for me. I’m gonna miss the fuck out of that man.


#66

Ok, so:
Emma Watson: Hermione Granger - No one else is possible.
Peter Falk: Columbo - No one else is possible
Sylvester Stallone: Rocky Balboa - No one has said this already?
Julie Andrews: Mary Poppins… and others
Judy Garland: Dorothy (Wizard Of Oz)


#67

Well, Emily Blunt will get a shot at dethroning her, and if anyone has a chance, it’s her. But we’ll have to wait and see.


#68

I was on vacation but let me give this a shot:

John Cusack as John Cusack.

Did I do it right?


#69

I don’t know, but John Malkovich is the best John Malkovich.


#70

Chris Evans as Captain America
Timothy Olyphant as Raylan Givens
Vin Diesel as Riddick


#71

Sylvester Stallone as Judge Dredd.
Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader.
Jake Lloyd as Darth Vader.

(Runs and hides…)


#72

Jesus


#73

Jim Caviezel?


#74

Nah, best onscreen Jesus was the ragged chunk of bloody meat that Mel Gibson cast.


#75

The best onscreen Jesus was Jeffrey Hunter.


#76

Ian McShane as Al Swearengen. Hard to imagine anyone else in that role now.