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  • FilmGuy619
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    Michael Fassbender is, imho, the best actor working today. He consistently delivers 180 after 180 and even though I think his best performance is Shame, he still always delivers performances that come extremely close to it.

    Which of his performance is your favorite or do you think is his best? Let’s discuss. 

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    babypook
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    Well, I applaud the person who voted for him in Frank.

    You’d never know it was him, would you….

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    I don’t really find him all THAT talented, but he’s decent. 

    His best performance is in “Macbeth”. 

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    I don’t really find him all THAT talented, but he’s decent. 

    His best performance is in “Macbeth”. 

    Naw, he’s great, about 100 times better than certain overrated overexposed starlets ***coughJenniferLawrencecough***…

    Nice choice with Macbeth, though. I’d rank that in his top three performances, along with Hunger and 12 Years a Slave. 

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    I find Jennifer Lawrence a much better 25-year-old actress, than Michael Fassbender a 38-year-old actor. Not like they can be compared. Lawrence will probably be more respected in ten years as well. People seem to hate all young working actresses ala Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence or Chloe Grace Moretz. I’m almost certain that all three can make it in Hollywood. 

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    His ‘Hunger’, ’12 Years a Slave’, and ‘Steve Jobs’ performances are all fantastic. 

    The latter might be his best because he carries the entire film.  

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    I find Jennifer Lawrence a much better 25-year-old actress, than Michael Fassbender a 38-year-old actor. Not like they can be compared. Lawrence will probably be more respected in ten years as well. People seem to hate all young working actresses ala Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence or Chloe Grace Moretz. I’m almost certain that all three can make it in Hollywood. 

    Two completely different things. But I think Fassbender is better than Jennifer Lawrence. I also disagree with the notion that people hate all young actresses. I mean, Brie Larson and Margot Robbie are set for big things and I couldn’t be happier about that. 

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    I haven’t heard anyone saying that they like Brie Larson and Margot Robbie. They are so insignificant. I think people love Larson’s performances, but that’s it. I don’t see the big fan base. If you mean, they don’t hate her, it’s true, but it’s also because she’s not significant enough to be hated. And what has Margot Robbie done so far other than looking pretty in “The Wolf of Wall Street”? 🙂

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    I haven’t heard anyone saying that they like Brie Larson and Margot Robbie. They are so insignificant. I think people love Larson’s performances, but that’s it. I don’t see the big fan base. If you mean, they don’t hate her, it’s true, but it’s also because she’s not significant enough to be hated. And what has Margot Robbie done so far other than looking pretty in “The Wolf of Wall Street”? 🙂

    Well, Robbie is set to have a big year this year with Tarzan, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, and Suicide Squad. She even just signed on to a noir thriller called Terminal. So, I think she’ll be pretty big. 

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    “Best actor working today”? Huh, he is not even close to Leo. But he might be one of the best from europe

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    he really impressed me in his breakout role in “HUNGER

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    Yeah I just don’t think his presence and body of work are worthy enough to be called as one of the greatest working actors today. Like I said, decent. Absolutely not among the best, though. 

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    “Shame”

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    Tough call between Shame and Steven Jobs but I went with Jobs, a tour de force that sees Fassbender being at once funny and tragic, sympathetic and disgusting, inhuman and thoroughly human. He shoots that rapid-fire dialogue like a trooper and makes it all seem blissfully effortless.

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    Carey Mulligan is far ‘better’ than him in Shame….jmho

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