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  • Strong & Silent Type
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    All are great & enjoyable. I cant desicion right now because I’m still shocked about his death  

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    Macbeth
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    I’m going with The Fisher King. Beautiful and funny performance

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    Anonymous
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    I chose to watch the lovely work in The Fisher King again this evening as a tribute.

    I do think Aladdin should be included in a list of his best work.

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    I’m still so shocked by his death :'( I pick Good Will Hunting

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    Reiza Rinah Ray
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    I couldn’t vote because he is the best in everything. No matter what the other people (critics) say.

    I never wrote a review of any of his works (well, only recently, but only two episodes of The Crazy Ones), but I swear if I did, I would be biased. I just love the GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD actors and actresses and performers.

    Rest in Fairness, my friend. 

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    JayDF
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    I clicked other for THE BIRDCAGE.  For me it’s his best work bc the performance contained 3 componets that played so well together – comedy, subtlety and honesty.  That second adjective was usually not one to mix with the first in his career.  I was never a fan of his manic comedy per se, but his talent is unquestionable regardless of my personal opinion.

    “Aladdin” and “Awakenings” would round out my top 3.  Aladdin was manic filled of course, but there it worked so perfectly for me. 

    RIP… 

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    Jake
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    I’m going with The Fisher King. Beautiful and funny performance

    Me second! It was an amazing film based on truly powerful original screenplay and with stellar performances from him, Bridges, Plummer and Ruehl. All 4 should be nominated for an Oscar with Amanda winning Best Supporting Actress and Robin taking Best Actor from Anthony Hopkins.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    I went with the standard choice of Dead Poets Society. His acting elevated the film above just being an ordinary inspirational film. He had a presence that carried through the film even in the various scenes he wasn’t in. There aren’t many performances I can say that about, but he has that effect in almost every one of these films. A true talent.

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    I loved him in the Night at the Museum films, but I went with the obvious choice, Mrs. Doubtfire.

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    BrokenFan
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    Of the list I chose Mrs. Doubtfire with Insomnia as a close second.

    I still can’t believe that he’s gone.  

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    Gucci
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    Mrs. Doubtfire

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    Atypical
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    “Good Will Hunting”

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    GhostOrchid
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    I voted “One Hour Photo”.
    So creepy, but you can understand why he behaved like he did.
    I was simply floored by the intensity of that “dark” utter lonely character.

    I loved him in everything, though.
    Like Hook. He was the only one who could play a grown up Peter Pan perfectly. No one else could.
    I’m still shocked what has happened…. I’ll miss him so much.

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    I went with Awakenings, but also loved him in Kenneth Branaugh’s Dead Again where he plays an ex-psychiatrist who gives Branaugh advice on past lives.

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