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The man, the myth -the compulsive surrealist! I love the actor, so let's settle it for once and for all...what's his greatest role ever??!

Hint: Most definatly Rasputin...if you haven't seen this film DO SO NOW!!
c'mon. The sherrif of Nottingham in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. If only for that one brilliant line and its perfect delivery. "And call off Christmas"
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Alan Rickman is brilliant, although i'm not sure i liked him in 'love actually'
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Dogma the man is a legend
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whoa. You didn't add him as the German terrorist in Die Hard. C'mon. I'd actually have to say that was his best role. He does the bad guy down to a T
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I'm not too keen on him in Harry Potter but I think its the directing rather than his acting.


ooh My 1500th post
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I don’t want people to be deceived by the fact that my signature comprises a picture of Michael Caine. I most definitely champion Rickman as the best actor ever, ever, EVER!
Hmm. My favourite actor of all time is Michael Caine, closely followed by Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Alan Rickman
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Hmm. My favourite actor of all time is Michael Caine, closely followed by Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Alan Rickman
what about al pacino, robert de niro and marlon brandon?
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So I’d agree Rickman played a *******…but played him rather well!
perfectly said, although i dont' quite agree.
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what about al pacino, robert de niro and marlon brandon?
All good, but just not my favourites. I'll quite happily sit down with a bag of crisps and watch a movie with any of those actors in it, but they just aren't the ones I'll rent a flick for without hearing anything about it first. Billy Bob Thornton is another one you could add to the list. He is really good, quite versatile.
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All good, but just not my favourites. I'll quite happily sit down with a bag of crisps and watch a movie with any of those actors in it, but they just aren't the ones I'll rent a flick for without hearing anything about it first. Billy Bob Thornton is another one you could add to the list. He is really good, quite versatile.
i'm guessing you've never seen the godfather trilogy. ahh a cinematic masterpiece
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Lads, this is thread is for ALAN RICKMAN worship, please!
who the hell is he? don't tell me he's that dude with a pipe
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He was great in the Texas video for in demand

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Alan Rickman and Sharleen Spiteri
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This should get you started, we'll make a fan of you yet...

http://www.cybamuse.com/movieThemes/actors/arickman/
well he's still no al pacino, but thanks for trying anyway
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Must be Dogma. Anyone in that movie deserves an award for making one of the coolest and funniest movies ever.
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He was great in the Texas video for in demand

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Alan Rickman and Sharleen Spiteri
oh, i liked that video too... was smashing
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what about the bad guy in Die Hard?
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what about the bad guy in Die Hard?
Yep, there's even space to have it on the pole.

I have a thing with films I enjoy- where I will happily rewatch them repeatedly (and I mean, watch, rewind, watch). When I was younger I had a thing with the Die Hard trilogy and would do the same. Haven't watched them in years actually *decides to dig them out and stick 'em on over the weekend*.
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The man, the myth -the compulsive surrealist! I love the actor, so let's settle it for once and for all...what's his greatest role ever??!

Hint: Most definatly Rasputin...if you haven't seen this film DO SO NOW!!
Gary Oldman and Christopher Walken are better.
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Gary Oldman and Christopher Walken are better.
GARY OLDMAN!!! You must be joking, not even remotely versitle as an actor...
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