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Nelson

First saw him in Todd Scholtz “Happiness” years and years ago.
Incredible actor who had so much more to do, such a shame.

notspamming

I needed to “wiki” him. “Scent of a Woman”, and “Big Lebowski”, are the only movies with him that I’ve watched.

Gropegrope

Capote was fascinating.
Watched it right after reading “In Cold Blood”.
Watched Capote and Infamous the same night.
Interesting how two actors can interpret a biographical character in two completely different ways.

Aquaman43

Boogie Nights. incredible performance.

tripolar

Also “Doubt”. He was incapable of a bad performance.

Addiction / depression is a bad thing. RIP.

wadewilson

He kinda annoyed me in Twister, but that was a hopeless movie.

token2k6

That heroin sure performed badly..

wadewilson

Most recent movie I saw with him was Moneyball.

EuroUSA

Personally the best and most haunting character was in “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead” about two brothers (with Ethan Hawke) that rob their parents’ jewelry store, the whole thing goes wrong which sets into motion a whole series of horrible events right through to a shattering climax.

That film made me an instant fan.
Really a sad loss.

Emily McFarlan

Such a loss – He was such an amazing talent, and sadly another one to fall to drugs. RIP Philip Seymour Hoffman

Aquaman43

whos the lonely pathetic cocksucker thats going thru all the posts and systematically down-voting everyone. get a life you cunt.

storminator

We lost a genius. I liked his work a lot.

haha

Rich & famous? Guess I’ll do some fucking heroin!

Nelson

Totally, because as we all know rich and famous people are immune to addiction.