Jude Law - The Talented Mr. Ripley
Best Looking Man In A Movie
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Joseph Gordon Levitt - Mysterious Skin
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Leonardo in Titanic
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Miles O'Keefe, Tarzan.
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Speaking of O'keefe, Michael O'Keefe was very hot in The Great Santini.
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Treat Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire
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Ummmmm hello! Any film!
And he has a HUGE penis and sack.
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Hart Bochner, Apartment Zero. Also, Breaking Away
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Robert Redford - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
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JGL was 23 when he made Mysterious Skin. You're a freak R9.
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R9 thinks Mysterious Skin was a TV show starring John Lithgow as an alien.
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Paul Newman in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
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Sean Connery, Dr. No
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|by Anonymous||reply 14||04/24/2013|
You all have shitty taste.
Try James Dean in "Rebel Without a Cause", Paul Newman in "Exodus", or Marlon Brando in "A Streetcar Named Desire".
|by Anonymous||reply 15||04/24/2013|
Best looking as a man as a woman in a movie, Cillian Murphy, of course.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||04/24/2013|
Another vote for the incredible Coop.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||04/24/2013|
To start with:
Alain Delon, Plein Soleil.
Farley Granger, Strangers on a Train.
Cary Grant, and of his movies from the 40's.
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Val Kilmer in "Top Secret"
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Colin Farrell in the movie "A home at the end of the world".
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Cary Elwes in "Princess Bride"
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Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Velvet Goldmine
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[quote]Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Velvet Goldmine
Too bad he looks like this now:
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Leonard Whiting in Romeo and Juliet
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Wow, that's incredible r23.
Behold... the ravages of alcohol!
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Aaron Taylor-Johnson, ANNA KARENINA
|by Anonymous||reply 26||04/24/2013|
Too many to choose from.
I vote Johnathon Schaech in anything. Clean boy in That Thing You Do, Splendor, and Hush...or filthy boy in The Doom Generation.
He was/is hot. He could act well, given the right director, but that's true of most actors.
Did you ever see Brad or Tammy give a performance that wasn't pulled out of them by a strong director?
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Maxwell Caulfield in Grease 2
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These are great choices, but I'm going with PO. Jude Law looked like a divine creation in Ripley.
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Nic Cage in Valley Girl- really!
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Ralph Fiennes in Schindler's List.
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Elias Koteas in ZODIAC, esp from 0:10 onwards in this clip below.
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Helmut Griem in Cabaret
John Bolger in Parting Glances
Brad Pitt in Legend Of The Fall
Michael York in The Strange Affair
Frederick Weller in Stonewall
|by Anonymous||reply 33||04/24/2013|
Another vote for Brad Pitt in Legends of the Fall.
Also, Keanu Reeves in Point Break.
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Steve Reeves in anything to do with muscley mens.
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Montgomery Clift in The Heiress or From Here to Eternity
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I forgot about Pitt in FOTF. That's the one film which he lived up to his reputation as a gorgeous sexy leading man.
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michael t weiss in 'jeffrey' plaid sleeveless shirt and black jeans. Don't forget the white shirts they oiled him into.
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Good choices, r33.
And r23/ r25: if only alcohol were JRM's problem, he wouldn't look like that. (He'd be bloated.) Sadly, the monkeys on his back are apparently meth and smack. He'll probably look like a Keith Richards double in two years.
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Tyrone Power had it going on.
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Also: Errol Flynn
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R23, he looks as if he were born to play the role of Adolf Hitler in that photo.
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This thread is useless without (more) photos.
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Henry Cavill is going to be pretty high up on the list when Man of Steel comes out.
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I agree with Jude Law in TMR.
And after looking at this 45 second video, I think you will, too.
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and r23, goddamn!!! How fucking old is JRM now?
That is some scary shit!
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OP = British.
They're such a sad, miserable race.
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|by Anonymous||reply 48||04/24/2013|
Warren Beatty in "Splendor In The Grass"
Jeffrey Hunter in "King of Kings"
Paul Newman in "Sweet Bird of Youth"
Robert Redford in "The Way We Were"
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Johnny Depp playing Barnabas Collins in the movie Dark Shadows.
The movie tanked badly. But, had the role of Barnabas been re-written as a gay, campy vampire, it would have been a hit!
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Christian Bale in American Psycho.
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Paul Walker in PLEASANTVILLE. And definitely Paul Newman in CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF. He and Elizabeth Taylor both were in their prime.
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So agree about Jude Law. Gorgeous.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||04/24/2013|
Mel in The Year of Living Dangerously. Breathtaking.
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Alain Delon in Plein Soleil.
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[quote]Aaron Taylor-Johnson, ANNA KARENINA
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Wow, y'all have REALLY low standards.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||04/25/2013|
Oh, my, R55. He's beautiful.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||04/25/2013|
And you have chosen whom, R57?
|by Anonymous||reply 59||04/25/2013|
Paul Newman in any movie between 1958 and 1962.
The Long, Hot Summer
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Ryan phillippe in cruel intentions.
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|by Anonymous||reply 62||04/25/2013|
Good one r61. I had forgotten about that.
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Brad Pitt in A River Runs Through It
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Tom Welling in "The Fog."
|by Anonymous||reply 65||04/25/2013|
Pierce Brosnan or Paul Newman.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||04/25/2013|
Tom Hardy as Handsome Bob in RocknRolla gave me a total wide-on for weeks.
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Montgomery Clift - A Place in The Sun
Marlon Brando - A Streetcar Named Desire
|by Anonymous||reply 68||04/25/2013|
Lots of good choices, and not that my additions are my own most definitive choices, but Mel Gibson in "Tim"(kind of a dated look, but before fame and so sweet as the mildly retarded guy he played)
and Kevin Costner in either "Bull Durham" or "Field of Dreams"(KC to me is a classic example of a guy who was incredible for a short window of time, and somehow still gives me wood even as he approaches 60 years on)
|by Anonymous||reply 69||04/25/2013|
Jamie Dornan as Count Axel von Fersen in "Marie Antoinette".
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