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Top 5 Self-Directed Performances

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Anderson and Bryan run down the TOP 5 SELF-DIRECTED PERFORMANCES.  They discuss 10 actors in control both in front, and behind the camera.

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Download – Duration: 1:28:35

 

Featured Artist: Bisonte

Click here for a list of films discussed in this episode.

 

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Discussion

15 thoughts on “Top 5 Self-Directed Performances

  1. Hey Bryan,

    DON’T LISTEN TO ANDERSON!!! I LOVE!! …. (the whisper.)

    Great show.

    Squeeze Stanley for me.

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    Posted by gail | March 13, 2013, 3:40 PM
  2. I can’t believe that Anderson tried to sneak by with the idea that Denzel Washington somehow directed himself in Training Day, based almost solely on the argument that most of Antoine Fuqua’s films seem less than impressive, and it is therefore somehow impossible that Fuqua could have been able to coax that performance out of Washington. That’s a pretty thin argument. He’s Denzel Washington! More often than not, he’s great. There’s no mystery there. I suppose that by this rationale, we can also assume that Bruce Willis must have directed his own performance in The Sixth Sense, because none of M. Night Shyamalan’s other films are on the same level as that one.

    Even though it was an intentional choice and not an accident, I nominate this for Anderson’s Egregious Error of the Week.

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    Posted by Chester | March 9, 2013, 10:10 PM
  3. Great show guys with many great examples. I still vote for Tommy Wiseau in The Room but what the hell. Before anyone gives me shit it’s tounge firmly planted in cheek. Good job to you too Logan. Keep it up guys.

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    Posted by Michael McParland | March 9, 2013, 7:55 PM
  4. DREDD!!!!
    DREDD!!!!
    I haven’t loved-and re-watched-a movie this much since “Master and Commander,” and “The Road Warrior” before that. Robocop meets The Raid? Dirty Harry meets Blade Runner?

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    Posted by arunan | March 9, 2013, 7:23 AM
  5. Anderson jinxed the blackhawks!

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    Posted by Chad | March 9, 2013, 6:47 AM
  6. Mike from Bistone here, thanks again guys! Great edits on the bumps!! Cheers!

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    Posted by Mike | March 8, 2013, 7:08 PM
  7. I do love your hockey talk! Go Habs Go!

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    Posted by Sylvain Binette | March 8, 2013, 7:02 PM
  8. You guys are so right about the Oscars spoiling Flight. I was thinking the samething. I can’t believe that’s the clip they used.

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    Posted by Scott in NC | March 8, 2013, 11:55 AM
  9. Logan…. everything you say is awful. You try so hard to be like Anderson. That is all until I hear you speak again.

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    Posted by clinton | March 8, 2013, 6:37 AM
  10. Great episode as always. A strange coincidence happened at the beginning of the episode. Just as Anderson was asking Bryan to name a famous gamer, I was checking up on the results of an ongoing video game tournament taking place in Germany. E-sports (as it’s known) has gained a lot of popularity in recent years, especially in Europe and East Asia. To answer Anderson’s question, the most famous pro-gamer in the world is probably Lim Yo-Hwan, who at the height of his career was earning more than $400,000 annually. Yes, you’ve never heard of him and yes, you don’t care.

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    Posted by Bruce | March 8, 2013, 2:43 AM

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