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post #701 of 714

What would Benedict Cumberbatch look like after his face was attacked by bees?  Like Bryan Singer.

 

 

post #702 of 714

Graham Chapman and Nicol Williamson.  It's borderline absurd.

 

 

post #703 of 714
So Robert Picardo and Ethan Philips are not the same person.

post #704 of 714
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Graham Chapman and Nicol Williamson.  It's borderline absurd.

 

 

post #705 of 714
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So Robert Picardo and Ethan Philips are not the same person.

 

If they were, filming Star Trek: Voyager would've been quite a challenge.

post #706 of 714
Good thing Ethan was covered in makeup.
post #707 of 714
Kim Gillingham and 80s Debbie Gibson

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post #708 of 714
This thread has developed some form of face blindness.
post #709 of 714
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This thread has developed some form of face blindness.
Who's there? I know someone's there. I can hear you breathing.
post #710 of 714

 

 


Colin O'Donoghue and Joseph Fiennes...

 

 

 

Colin O'Donoghue also has a bit of Chris Evens in there too...

 

 

post #711 of 714

Chuck's girlfriend (Yvonne Strahovski) and a young Jane Fonda...

 

 

 

post #712 of 714

This falls kind of in both the "look-alike" category and the "act-alike" category, but Sir Alec Guinness and Jonathan Pryce. The other day I watched Brazil for the first time in a while, and I don't know if it was the physical resemblance, the mannerisms of Pryce's performance, or the movie's quasi/pseudo-1940s noirish aesthetics, but I was struck by how much Pryce reminded me of some of Guinness's mild-mannered everyman protagonists from the '40s and '50s that I'd seen recently (Last Holiday, The Lavender Hill Mob, The Man in the White Suit). Watching Brazil I couldn't help but see 1940s Alec Guinness, and thinking of those old Guinness movies I can't help but see 1980s Jonathan Pryce (or at least Sam Lowrie). It was so uncanny as soon as I noticed it. You could get a time machine and switch the actors out for each other in their movies, and they would be almost the same performances.

 

On the topic of things I realized watching Brazil, Jonathan Pryce is an absolutely terrific physical actor. His mannerisms and postures and facial expressions, stumbling and clambering around. It's a very physical role, and he's phenomenal in it. Seems like kind of an underrated (or at least undermentioned) element of why that movie's so great.

 

 

post #713 of 714
All hell, even......

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H P Lovecraft and Woodrow Wilson

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Sir Alec Guinness

 

 

 

post #714 of 714

Pretty sure Dick Durock and John Michael Higgins are brothers. Don't argue with me.
 



 


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