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Discussion in 'Movies' started by Brad Porter, May 23, 2006.
Harrison Ford was a lot more prominent, and far better in Raiders of the Lost Ark
Steven Spielberg did a better job directing Schindler's List
Ralph Fiennes was amazing in Schindler's List, but I think he was even more impressive in Sunshine.
I haven't seen Sunshine, but the best performance I've seen from Rachel Weisz is in The Shape of Things
But Neil Labute's masterwork is still In the Company of Men, with a star-making performance from Aaron Eckhart.
Was it typecasting that Matt Malloy went from playing a sexist pig in In the Company of Men to playing an even greater sexist role as a Stepford husband in The Stepford Wives remake?
Christopher Walken used to make much better career decisions than deciding to star in trash like The Stepford Wives remake, a perfect case in point being The Dead Zone.
Kubrick's The Shining is a better film treatment of a Stephen King novel
Love The Shining, but Jack Nicholson is the man in Chinatown
Chinatown is indeed a masterpiece, but Faye Dunaway was even better in Bonnie and Clyde.
Gene Wilder was better in Young Frankenstein.
Sticking with guys named Gene, I think that Hackman's brief role in YF is easily outclassed by his performance as Coach Norman Dale in Hoosiers.
Dennis Hopper was better in Easy Rider
Karen Black was good in Easy Rider, but she got to show off more of her talent in The Day of The Locust
Miss Lonelyhearts was a better novel than Day of the Locust.
Well I don't know about Loneyhearts Lew, but wasn't Robert Ryan really terrific in The Set-Up!
Robert Wise directed many fine films, but he won his first Oscar for his great work directing West Side Story.
Rita Moreno appears (in an admittedly smaller role) in the superior musical, Singin' in the Rain.
my reply to West Side Story was beaten by Marc, and is hence deleted.
Stanley Donen make a much better film with Charade.