Dustin Hoffman His work does not form a shell around him and present a covering picture, like many others, it seems to come from within, from an inner perception and energy. I remember thinking, when watching 'Rainman', - if he goes on like this he won't live very long!
Yes, I agree. but he has a distinct advantage in possessing a very striking face.....but I feel it's always the same face! Perhaps it's TOO striking for me. Also high drama is always easier to portray that natural everyday 'humankind'.
Oh..I agree with you, Paula. .high drama is easier to portray... and also I love that description..striking.. In fairness, there are many that I like..Daniel Day Lewis ranks high up there..and Joaquin Phoenix and oh.. I better stop..
Micheal Fassbender. Easy. Every review of a film he's been in since 2010 has commented on his fantastic talent, even if the film was less than spectacular. He quite simply, pulls it off. He's going to go down in history.
Denzel Washington, in my humble opinion. I've never seen him make a bad movie and he just has a way of sucking you into whichever character he is portraying. A couple of his best were "Deja Vu" and "Man on Fire"...
Yes this is a tough decision. I would have to say Leonardo Dicaprio who ironically hates acting but puts in a stella performance every time and has played several characters which have pushed his acting skills beyond the envelope.
Phony here to quote fierycj's Advanced Learners Dictionary refers to those whose words, actions and general demeanor can be deemed as plastic, superficial, shallow, and lacking depth of any kind. Now dig in boys and...