Discussion in 'Movies and Entertainment' started by cheesebeef, Nov 17, 2020.
The Thin Red Line and The grand Budapest Hotel both have large very good casts.
Wag the Dog 1998
"Why does a dog wag its tail?" Brean asks at one point. "Because the dog is smarter than the tail. If the tail was smarter, it would wag the dog."
That's what I was thinking:
Wait, was that best Cats or Cast?
howcan you forget Craig T. Nelson?!
The Green Mile
Michael Clarke Duncan
Harry Dean Stanton
I added Airplane 2 to this thread earlier and then deleted it because let's face it, it's a disaster flick at heart and they always have loaded casts. But if you haven't seen the movie lately, go through the cast list on IMDB, it's pretty impressive. Probably more TV actors than movie stars but both are well represented - everyone from General Burkhalter to the guy that knocked over the ficus plant in The American President.
that really is a great cast in what’s such a slog of a movie.
I disagree, I think it’s fantastic.
i posted this earlier but it is gone. For those of use who grew up during this time, we get it.
He just sailed, right out there....
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.
I agree. I read the serial novels as they were released and thought they did a terrific job of bringing the story to the big screen. Personally, I feel Michael Clarke Duncan was robbed of a Best Supporting Actor Oscar that year.
I'm going to throw out there Glengarry Glen Ross. It's a small setting so not a lot of people but everyone in it is top notch. It really had a fantastic cast:
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