Roles That Changed People’s Perception Of These Actors And Actresses (19 PICS + 1 GIF)

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“Bryan Cranston moving from Malcom in the Middle to Breaking Bad.”

 

SuperSMT

 

“There’s a scene in Forrest Gump where Forrest is trying to ask Jenny if Forrest Jr is slow. The emotions on Tom Hank’s face…fear, shame, pride…he just blew me away.”

 

ivylass

 

“For me it was Jeff Daniels. I saw him in The Martian (2015), and I didn’t know who this intimidating, scary man was. I assumed if the film had a villain, he’d be it. But then I realize I had also seen him in Dumb and Dumber (1994). He was… that guy?? Well, he sure does have some range.”

 

RedFeather_Coronatus

 

“No movie in particular but Gary Oldman, after I realized he was in so many movies that I enjoy. Range for days.”

 

NamasteFly

 

“Matthew McConaughey in Dallas Buyer’s Club.”

 

Ginger_Chick

 

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“Heath Ledger as the Joker seems like the most obvious answer, but I still can’t watch that movie and make my brain process that it’s the same guy as A Knight’s Tale.”

 

Morall_tach

 

“Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday in Tombstone, very different than in Top Secret and Real Genius.”

 

DahnkeBallz

 

“Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It was the first time I saw him in a role where he isn’t, well, Jim Carreying. I was impressed by how subtle and nuanced his performance was.”

 

tomorrowistomato

 

“I don’t generally care for Reese Witherspoon and I’m a big fan of Joaquin Phoenix but she acted circles around him in Walk The Line.”

 

mordeci00

 

“I was absolutely blown away by Rosamund Pike in Gone Girl. I genuinely thought she didn’t have it in her to be Amy – I was very wrong.”

 

WhimsyAndSnark

 

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“Not a film, but Schitt’s Creek. Eugene Levy. He’s always seemed like an intelligent, funny, and likable man. He’s always seemed like a pretty great guy. As Johnny Rose he was just incredibly wholesome. When his feelings were hurt or he played angry or indignant, with minimal physical activity viewers were suddenly gutted. His eyes are like pools of emotions. Dude is truly something.”

 

itsJussaMe

 

“Colin Farrell in “In Bruges”. I honest had no idea he could really act until I saw that movie, and since then he’s he quite a few extremely good performances.”

 

tonderthrowaway

 

“Christoph Waltz in Inglourious Basterds. I knew Waltz was a good actor but his character Hans Landa is a masterpiece of its own in already a masterpiece of a movie. The man got an Oscar for that role and it was damn well deserved.”

 

YoMomIsANiceLady

 

“John Goodman in 10 Cloverfield Lane. I always thought of him as a big teddy bear, but he was terrifying in 10CL. Not only that, he also can have a lot of range even within the same role. He can convincingly go from welcoming and shy, to creepy and dictatorial.”

 

unknown

 

“I would say Jonah Hill in Moneyball. He did an outstanding job and really showed he wasn’t just a stoner comedy actor. Then he did wolf of Wallstreet and I had to give in that he is one of my favorite actors now.”

 

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“Robin Williams in One Hour Photo.”

 

soarfingers

 

“The Lighthouse. I have to be honest I never knew Robert Pattinson from anything other than Twilight before watching this. He’s an exceptional actor.”

 

CallHimIshmael

 

“Will Ferrell in Stranger than Fiction, didn’t expect to see him nail a serious role.”

 

TKOism

 

“Margot Robbie, “I, Tonya”.”

 

the-keen-one

 

“Forgetting Sarah Marshall showed me that Mila Kunis could do more than be a teenage airhead from the 70s.”

 

nukethor

 

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Edny 7 month s ago
Mila Kunis is a woman I would just love to sit and have a whiskey with. Just spend time.

She invokes feeling so much deeper then just being attractive.

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Sophie 7 month s ago
Edny,stalking?
       
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Augusta 7 month s ago
Edny, I totally agree, but instead of the whisky, I'd prefer to fist her @$$.
       
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Nicey 7 month s ago
#13 Cristoph Waltz was great as Hans Landa.
       
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Abigail 7 month s ago
Vanburen,
Duck+frog = Nazis?

WTF?
       
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Jackie 7 month s ago
I once saw a finger painting hypocrite virtue signaling has been brainwashed drone....and then I realized it was Jim Carrey.
       
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Dorothea 7 month s ago
#3 as much as I enjoyed the Martian, if you want Jeff Daniels in a role like no other watch Gettysburg. Another one of these for me was Ashton Kutcher in The Butterfly Effect. I thought he was a dufus on some show I hated, but that was an awesome movie. Mila Kunis was excellent in both Jupiter Rising and Book of Eli.
       
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