"Scenery Chewage"

Started by Analog RH, August 29, 2005, 03:46:37 am

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How about in Dead Zone... scene, John Smith has a vision about the ice breaking and drowning a young boy, on trying persuade his father he is stonewalled:

cue Walken temper loss with walking stick:

THE GODDAM ICE WILL BREAK (whilst smashing vase)

he steals every show he's in - the performance in Wayne's World II - self parody too! Have you seen the episode of ER when the temp receptionist does an impression of him? Genius.


Similarly, most Pacino films since Scarface

Any Given Sunday must qualify.

His prep talk is great.
The lenses inside of me that paint the world black. The pools of poison, the scarlet mist, that spill over into rage.



Any Given Sunday must qualify.

His prep talk is great.

And all of Scent of a Woman....


QuotePerhaps the ultimate chomp on the decor is the face-off between Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in Heat. You can almost feel them trying to out-act each other.  lmao

I've just watched Heat for the first time, and I can't agree - no overacting there. However, Pacino DOES leave teethmarks on the set in some of the earlier scenes - he overdoes it a bit especially in one scene where he's talking to an informer.