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Old 08-08-2007, 12:49 PM   #31
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Mel Gibson's performance in the original Lethal Weapon film is good for #15 all-time?

Really?
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Old 08-08-2007, 12:50 PM   #32
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Mel Gibson's performance in the original Lethal Weapon film is good for #15 all-time?

Really?
Other people voted for Braveheart, but Lethal Weapon came up the most times so it wins.
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Old 08-08-2007, 01:08 PM   #33
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Looking back at Gibson's acting and directorial career, it's pretty obvious now that he's been insane pretty much the entire time. It's weird that it took people so long to figure that out.
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Same with Tom Cruise.

Try watching Cocktail again, it's an experience.
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Exactly. The only difference with Tom Cruise is, the guy can really fucking act when given the opportunity.

Mel Gibson...not so much.
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It's cut off, but still my favorite Mel Gibson moment ever:

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I love the cut-off, because he could be saying "GIVE ME BACK MY SACRIFICIAL GOATS!" or "GIVE ME BACK MY SAVIOR!" or "GIVE ME BACK MY SANITYYYY!"
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How funny would it have been if he was Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List?

I remember reading somewhere he was considered briefly for the part, but I can't remember where.
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SNL doing something right:

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Looking back at Gibson's acting and directorial career, it's pretty obvious now that he's been insane pretty much the entire time. It's weird that it took people so long to figure that out.

Lance, you may know a lot about movies, but you are clearly wrong about this one.

PROOF!
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Touche.
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I'm not a fan of Gibson's by any stretch of the imagination, but I still think he did a great job acting in and directing The Man Without a Face, which was his first time behind the camera. Not an all-time classic, but a pretty moving small film. Too bad he didn't stick to that and is now unleashing his masochistic preaching upon the public. The Passion of the Christ was one of the most pointless pieces of shit I've ever sat through.
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Re: Re: Interference's 25 Favorite Actors, Actresses, and Directors

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Alan Rickman, just give me a break, Potter geeks.

you should see robin hood , then
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I don't think David Lean was on any director's list either.

Fucking Lawrence of Arabia, Bridge on the River Kwai, and Doctor Zhivago, man.
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