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My Best Film: John C. Reilly

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There's no point discussing his best performance because they're all as great as each other.

If you don't like John C. Reilly then you're a Tory, and you know what that also makes you.

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40 minutes ago, Gus Mears said:

Holmes and Watson.

Get in the sea.

Stan and Ollie and The Sisters Brothers are two of my standouts this year, largely in part, to JCR's performances.

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I knew I shouldn't have included Wreck-It Ralph, this bloody forum.

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Just now, Devon Malcolm said:

I knew I shouldn't have included Wreck-It Ralph, this bloody forum.

Especially as you should have included Ralph Breaks the Internet, too.

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I nominate you every year for the off-topic award and now I'm questioning everything.

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Worth mentioning his performance in Kong: Skull Island. Shite movie but he's great fun throughout and made it less of an ordeal to watch for me.

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Also, he has a sword, making it all even better.

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Magnolia. That film is littered with top-drawer performances from an absurdly talented cast, but his is up there with the best of them.

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I bum Lynne Ramsay hard, so We Need to Talk About Kevin. Maybe not his most stand out performance, at all, but it's a brilliant film that is a little under appreciated.

This thread also reminded me I need to see The Sisters Brothers. 

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The Sisters Brothers is really good. Bit of a traditional western in some ways, but also very funny in parts.

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21 minutes ago, ColinBollocks said:

so We Need to Talk About Kevin. Maybe not his most stand out performance, at all, but it's a brilliant film that is a little under appreciated.

Brilliant film, absolutely harrowing though. I felt genuinely upset during parts of it. I can't actually remember much of JCR's performance in it though.

Anyway the answer is Step Brothers. Boogie Nights a close second. If it wasn't for Boogie Nights, @Chest Rockwell might not exist

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