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    Quote Originally Posted by robin
    Steve Buscemi
    Right. An amazing face and he knows just how to use it. Another underrated pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat View Post
    i am not sure if he is underrated or not, but i always enjoy william h. macy's acting, even if the film sucks
    I like him to and his wife is not to shabby either

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    Quote Originally Posted by buad hai View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat
    i always enjoy william h. macy's acting
    He's a real pro. Does a fine job no matter what the role.

    One of my favorites is John Cusak. He's quite versatile and one of the best when it comes to ironic comedy.
    John Cusak is excellent

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    Lot of names here. Of good actors. And most of these actors listed are not underrated, IMO. Me such a party pooper.

    I think Chris Penn was a great actor, R.I.P.

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    Actually, Joe Dallesandro is a lousy actor, was waiting for someone to point this out, but he's a cult idol.

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    Any comments on Mick Jagger's attempts at acting?
    I liked him in "performance" - not much acting for him I suppose.
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    Peter Coyote


    Ian Holm


    Denholm Elliott


    Dirk Bogarte

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    you like the fruity ones huh hootad

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    Whoops! Hadn't realised that...

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    How can you say an actor is underrated when he has won an Academy Award? That signifies recognition.

    I would say Chris Cooper; nominated but hasn't won yet. He is a very fine actor.

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    I agree, Chris Cooper is excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteshiva View Post
    To actors that pop to mind are Forest Whitaker and Edward Norton. Thought Brad Pitt was good before - excellent acting in movies like "12 Monkeys" and "Fight Club" Don't think much of his later movies, though.
    You can't forget "Se7en"

    creeeeepy

    He was excellent in "Babel" too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin
    Steve Buscemi
    So-so interview in today's Post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat View Post
    you like the fruity ones huh hootad
    hey, he just has mature taste!

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    Paul Giamatti...


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    ^ Loved him in Sideways

    Sideways (2004)

    all these actors are excellent, and not underrated. Hollywood know their values. They just don't always appear or have leading roles in mega hit movies for the masses. It's better that way. Independent movies with great actors is the way it should be, making Movies an art again instead of an industrial commercial operation.

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    Russell Crowe gave him a really hard time when they were making Cinderella Man. Crowe thought he wasn't much of an actor.
    Personally, I reckon he's excellent. Not only did I think he was better than Crowe in Cinderella Man, he put in a pretty good performance in The Illusionist with Edward Norton.
    Phuket - Veni Vidi Veni

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    Gerald McCraney - veteran television actor.
    Typical of good actors who never make the big time through lack of muscle or visual appeal.
    He's finally found a good slot in "Jericho".

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    Jason Miller
    the dude who played the priest in the first Excorcist movie
    Father Karras?

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    Hugo Weaving, I know it sounds a bit gay but he was great in Priscilla-Queen of the desert. Also the Matrix trilogy and more recently the excellent V for Vendetta.

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    ^
    also played a good Douglas Jardine in the cricket epic...bodyline.

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    Ray Winstone


    Great in The Departed. Also in Aussie Lo budget 'The Proposition'.

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    David Warner. A face everyone has seen, but, can't put a name to.


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    He was in an episode of Babylon 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang
    Great in The Departed. Also in Aussie Lo budget 'The Proposition'.
    I thought Winstone was fekin awful in the departed... well, I couldn't work out where the fuck he was supposed to be from, his accent was terrible, but that was probably Scorcese's fault for getting a Cockney to play an Irish-American. He is normally a very good actor though

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