Gary Oldman: Best Movies

The film chameleon’s greatest moments

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    • clearwriter

      Apr 11th 2011, 10:37

      Lee Harvey Oswald? Come on. Before True Romance, surely JFK should have been on here.

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    • ebrown2112

      Apr 11th 2011, 13:02

      I'd put JFK, Prick Up Your Ears, and The Contender on the list before Dracula, Romeo is Bleeding, and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead. And the best performance in Dracula was by Tom Waits.

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    • ebrown2112

      Apr 11th 2011, 13:02

      I'd put JFK, Prick Up Your Ears, and The Contender on the list before Dracula, Romeo is Bleeding, and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead. And the best performance in Dracula was by Tom Waits.

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    • DanielMcA

      Apr 11th 2011, 14:06

      Josh, I know that, to a certain extent, you are playing devil's advocate in these pieces - proffering limited or contrary information or opinion in order to stimulate response and debate, but comethefukon. A piece on Gary Oldman's best performances without The Contender? That's pretty friggin' weak. What next, a piece on Orson Welles' best work but leave out Kane?

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    • Hadouken76

      Apr 11th 2011, 16:59

      Surely his greatest moment was writing and directing Nil by Mouth, but since we are talking about acting it doesnt count...pity.

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    • Heafja38

      Apr 11th 2011, 20:30

      Surely his awesome performance in State Of Grace should of got a mention.

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    • Gav83

      Apr 12th 2011, 4:54

      @Heafja38: yep I agree. State Of Grace should definitely be on here. I read a quote from Oldman somewhere once that said his performance in State of Grace was the one he was most proud of.

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    • dario

      Apr 12th 2011, 11:07

      What´s with The Contender?

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    • FBTZootCatchy

      Nov 1st 2011, 19:55

      "Oldman delivers the whole thing in Russian, no less." IT WAS ROMANIAN, NOT RUSSIAN, you fool! In fact it was modern Romanian imitating medieval English syntax.

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