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The Entire Batfamily

This Took Me Awhile paste these together But It was Well Worth it. we seriously need a Comic Event With All Of  Batman’s People. 

Can You Name Them All?

Contradictorio

Contradictorio. Ese es quizá un adjetivo que va bien con el infinitamente talentoso Joaquin Phoenix que hoy cumple 42 años; Joaquin Phoenix, un actor de personajes complejos, rotos interiormente, desgarrados e, incluso, antipáticos; una carrera con demasiadas buenas cintas -con mínimos fracasos-. A excepción del Oscar, Phoenix lo ha ganado casi todo. Incluso un Grammy.

Las 10 cintas favoritas de Cinegraphia para adentrarse -y comprobar- el talento de uno de los mejores actores de su generación -que bien se beneficio de la prematura muerte de su hermano-, siempre: Joaquin Phoenix:

1. ‘The Master’ (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2012).
2. 'Her’ (Spike Jonze, 2013).
3. 'Gladiator’ (Ridley Scott, 2000).
4. 'Walk The Line’ (James Mangold, 2006).
5. 'To Die For’ (Gus Van Sant, 1995).
6. 'Inherent Vice’ (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014).
7. 'Two Lovers’ (James Gray, 2008).
8. 'Hotel Rwanda’ (Terry George, 2004).
9. 'The Yards’ ( James Gray, 2000).
10. 'Signs’ (M. Night Shyamalan, 2002).

*BONUS 'I’m Still Here’ (Casey Affleck, 2010).


Contradictory

Contradictory. That is perhaps an adjective that goes well with the infinitely talented Joaquin Phoenix, who turns 42 today; Joaquin Phoenix, an actor of complex characters: some maybe are broken inside, torn and even unfriendly; a film career with too many good films -with minimal failures-. Except for the Oscar, Phoenix has won almost everything. Even a Grammy. Cinegraphia’s 10 favorite movies with Joaquin Phoenix to enter the talent of one of the best actors of his generation - that got a benefice from the premature death of his brother-, always: Joaquin Phoenix:

1. 'The Master’ (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2012).
2. 'Her’ (Spike Jonze, 2013).
3. 'Gladiator’ (Ridley Scott, 2000).
4. 'Walk The Line’ (James Mangold, 2006).
5. 'To Die For’ (Gus Van Sant, 1995).
6. 'Inherent Vice’ (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014).
7. 'Two Lovers’ (James Gray, 2008).
8. 'Hotel Rwanda’ (Terry George, 2004).
9. 'The Yards’ ( James Gray, 2000).
10. 'Signs’ (M. Night Shyamalan, 2002).

*BONUS 'I’m Still Here’ (Casey Affleck, 2010).

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Dazed and Confused {org. Richard Linlater, 1993}

1. Nick Robinson as Randall “Pink” Floyd {org. Jason London}

2. Hailee Steinfeld as Jodi Kramer {org. Michelle Burke}

3. Britt Robertson as Simone Kerr {org. Joey Lauren Adams}

4. Shia LaBeouf as David Wooderson {org. Matthew McConaughey}

5. Kiernan Shipka as Darla Marks {org. Parker Posey}

6. Thomas Mann as Fred O’Bannion {org. Ben Aflleck}

7. Olly Alexander as Ron Slater {org. Rory Cochrane}

8. Kier Gilchrist as Mike Newhouse {org. Adam Goldberg}