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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Day 03-Your favorite actor

This is going to be a too long list, lol

Hugh Jackman
-He's a good actor. He can do drama, comedy, you name it
Sylvester Stallone
-Like most actors, he can do almost any role. Play a big, tough mob guy, a soft, romantic role, a cartoon voice, etc. I think he's a good actor and also handsome for his age. Hard to believe that he also has a ton of tattoos on his shoulders and back. Even if he does have wrinkles and a little gray hair, who cares? He's still a good actor
Robert De Niro
-I think he's a good actor. He seems to do more drama than comedy. Although when he does comedy, it's hilarious. Like in Shark Tale, he did the voice of a shark mob boss and this shark even had the same mole on his cheek as De Niro does
Joe Pesci
-He can do drama perfectly and when he's being funny, it's funny. My favorite movie with him would have to be, WITHOUT A DOUBT, is My Cousin Vinny. He is hysterical in there, with his Brooklyn accent. Not only that, Joe Pesci just looks like an overall sweet, kind guy. But when he has a serious expression on his face, it makes you a little wary
Jet Li
-Most of his movies, not shockingly, feature martial arts. It still blows my mind how fast he moves. Mostly he does martial arts films, like Romeo Must Die, Cradle 2 the Grave, Kiss of the Dragon, The Forbidden Kingdom, etc and drama like War, Unleashed, etc. Most of the drama movies he does even seem to feature his freakishly fast martial arts skills. Not only that, but I think he's very handsome, which some would say is odd, saying a man of Chinese descent is handsome. I think he is very handsome. I love his eyes. Very beautiful
Chow Yun-fat
-Unlike other actors from Asia, who might specialize in martial arts like Jet Li or Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-fat is just a typical actor who happens to be from China. His movies are usually dark, moody dramas, where there is little or no martial arts. In fact, for his role as the Monk with No Name in Bulletproof Monk, he had to be taught martial arts and with that, he performed what is called "gun-fu", a mixture of creative gunplay and martial arts
Alan Rickman
-I've only seen a few movies with him in it, apart from the Harry Potter series. He was really good in the Alice In Wonderland series, playing the blue caterpillar Absolom. I can't even watch the Harry Potter series without wanting to cry knowing he's gone from this world. But, I figure watching movies with him in it sort of honor his life.

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