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    Bruce Willis

    On the one hand, he's done Unbreakable, Last Man Standing, Sin City, the first two Die Hards, Twelve Monkeys, Pulp Fiction....

    and yet every other movie he's done sucks in my opinion.

    So what the dilliho?



    On another note, can you taste the friviliousness? Is it not SUFFOCATING?

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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Are you kidding? Hello!... Blind Date


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    The Last Full Measure (2007) (in production)
    Morgan's Summit (2009) (pre-production)
    Assassination of a High School President (2008) (pre-production)

    Live Free or Die Hard (2007) .... John McClane
    ... aka Die Hard 4.0 (UK) (USA: working title)
    Perfect Stranger (2007) .... Harrison Hill
    Grindhouse (2007) .... Lt. Muldoon (segment "Planet Terror")
    ... aka Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof (USA: poster title)
    ... aka Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror (USA: poster title)
    Hammy's Boomerang Adventure (2006) (V) (voice) .... RJ
    The Astronaut Farmer (2006) (uncredited) .... Col. Doug Masterson
    Fast Food Nation (2006) .... Harry Rydell
    Over the Hedge (2006) (voice) .... RJ
    16 Blocks (2006) .... Jack Mosley
    Lucky Number Slevin (2006) .... Mr. Goodkat
    ... aka Lucky # Slevin (USA: DVD box title)
    ... aka Lucky Number S7evin (USA: poster title)
    ... aka The Wrong Man (Australia)
    Alpha Dog (2006) .... Sonny Truelove
    "That '70s Show" .... Vic (1 episode, 2005)
    - Misfire (2005) TV Episode .... Vic
    Sin City (2005) .... Hartigan
    ... aka Frank Miller's Sin City (USA: complete title)
    Hostage (2005/I) .... Jeff Talley
    ... aka Hostage - Entführt (Germany)
    The Whole Ten Yards (2004) .... Jimmy
    Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) (uncredited) .... William Rose Bailey
    Rugrats Go Wild (2003) (voice) .... Spike
    Tears of the Sun (2003) .... Lieutenant A.K. Waters
    True West (2002) (TV) .... Lee
    Grand Champion (2002) .... Mr. Blandford
    Hart's War (2002) .... Col. William A. McNamara
    Bandits (2001) .... Joseph 'Joe' Blake
    Unbreakable (2000) .... David Dunn
    The Kid (2000) .... Russell Duritz
    ... aka Disney's The Kid (USA: complete title)
    "Friends" .... Paul Stevens (3 episodes, 2000)
    - The One with the Ring (2000) TV Episode .... Paul Stevens
    - The One Where Paul's the Man (2000) TV Episode .... Paul Stevens
    - The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad (2000) TV Episode .... Paul Stevens
    The Whole Nine Yards (2000) .... Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski
    ... aka Nouveau voisin, Le (Canada: French title)

    The Story of Us (1999) .... Ben Jordan
    The Sixth Sense (1999) .... Dr. Malcolm Crowe
    Breakfast of Champions (1999) .... Dwayne Hoover
    "Ally McBeal" .... Dr. Nickle (1 episode, 1999)
    - Love Unlimited (1999) TV Episode (uncredited) .... Dr. Nickle
    Apocalypse (1998) (VG) .... Trey Kincaid
    The Siege (1998/I) .... Major General William Devereaux
    The Fifth Element (1998) (VG) (voice) .... Korben Dallas
    ... aka Cinquième élément, Le (France)
    Armageddon (1998/I) .... Harry S. Stamper
    Mercury Rising (1998) .... Art Jeffries
    The Jackal (1997) .... The Jackal
    ... aka Chacal, Le (France: dubbed version)
    ... aka Schakal, Der (Germany)
    The Fifth Element (1997) .... Korben Dallas
    ... aka Cinquième élément, Le (France)
    Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996) (voice) .... Muddy Grimes
    Last Man Standing (1996/I) .... John Smith
    "Bruno the Kid" (1996) TV Series (voice) .... Bruno the Kid
    Bruno the Kid: The Animated Movie (1996) (V) (voice) .... Bruno the Kid
    Twelve Monkeys (1995) .... James Cole
    Four Rooms (1995) (uncredited) .... Leo (segment "The Man from Hollywood")
    Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) .... John McClane
    ... aka Die Hard 3
    Nobody's Fool (1994) .... Carl Roebuck
    Color of Night (1994) .... Dr. Bill Capa
    North (1994) .... Narrator
    Pulp Fiction (1994) .... Butch Coolidge
    Striking Distance (1993) .... Det. Tom Hardy
    Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) (uncredited) .... John McClane
    ... aka National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 (USA: complete title)
    Death Becomes Her (1992) .... Dr. Ernest Menville
    The Last Boy Scout (1991) .... Joseph Cornelius 'Joe' Hallenbeck
    Billy Bathgate (1991) .... Bo Weinberg
    Hudson Hawk (1991) .... Eddie 'Hudson Hawk' Hawkins
    Mortal Thoughts (1991) .... James Urbanski
    The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) .... Peter Fallow
    Look Who's Talking Too (1990) (voice) .... Mikey
    Die Hard 2 (1990) .... John McClane
    ... aka Die Hard 2: Die Harder (Philippines: English title) (UK: promotional title) (USA: video box title)

    Look Who's Talking (1989) (voice) .... Mikey
    ... aka Daddy's Home
    In Country (1989) .... Emmett Smith
    "Moonlighting" .... David Addison Jr. (36 episodes, 1985-1989)
    - When Girls Collide (1989) TV Episode .... David Addison Jr.
    - Maddie Hayes Got Married (1988) TV Episode .... David Addison Jr.
    - Los Dos Dipestos (1988) TV Episode .... David Addison Jr.
    - To Heiress Human (1987) TV Episode .... David Addison Jr.
    - Blonde on Blonde (1987) TV Episode .... David Addison Jr.
    (31 more)
    Die Hard (1988) .... John McClane
    Sunset (1988) .... Tom Mix
    ... aka Catalina (USA: cable TV title)
    The Return of Bruno (1988) .... Bruno Radolini
    Blind Date (1987) .... Walter Davis
    ... aka Blake Edwards' Blind Date (USA: complete title)
    "The Twilight Zone" .... Peter Jay Novins (segment "Shatterday") (1 episode, 1985)
    - Shatterday/A Little Peace and Quiet (1985) TV Episode .... Peter Jay Novins (segment "Shatterday")
    "Miami Vice" .... Tony Amato (1 episode, 1984)
    - No Exit (1984) TV Episode .... Tony Amato
    The Verdict (1982) (uncredited) .... Courtroom Observer
    Guru kommt, Ein (1980) (TV) (uncredited) .... Extra
    The First Deadly Sin (1980) (uncredited) .... Man Entering Diner as Delaney Leaves
    Producer:
    2000s
    1990s
    Live Free or Die Hard (2007) (producer)
    ... aka Die Hard 4.0 (UK) (USA: working title)
    The Hip Hop Project (2006) (executive producer)
    Hostage (2005/I) (producer)
    ... aka Hostage - Entführt (Germany)
    "Touching Evil" (executive producer) (12 episodes, 2004)
    - Mercy (2004) TV Episode (executive producer)
    - Grief (2004) TV Episode (executive producer)
    - Entropy (2004) TV Episode (executive producer)
    - Boston (2004) TV Episode (executive producer)
    - Attachment (2004) TV Episode (executive producer)
    (7 more)
    True West (2002) (TV) (executive producer)
    The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (2002) (executive producer)

    "Bruno the Kid" (1996) TV Series (executive producer)
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    But a lot of those movies suck.
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Who cares if the movies suck - he makes alot of money because people go to see those movies. The studio pays big bucks for his services and he spends big bucks to help support our economy.

    I find his squinty little nose very distracting.
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    I'm not saying that we should stop him from making movies or anything, I'm just saying they suck, and thats the "dilliho"
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    The Whole Nine Yards (2000) .... Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski
    Death Becomes Her (1992) .... Dr. Ernest Menville


    I like these.....hey, c'mon.......who cares what movies were good? He's hot!!!
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Even the Arnold had some duds when it came to movies. It just happens from time to time.

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    Arnold = HOT!!!! Well, not so much NOW......but, Conan....yeah...HOT
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Arnold would have a tough time playing the hero in action movies now. But then again Stallion did it in Rocky 6.

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    Re: Bruce Willis

    I'm not 100% sure that was Stallone. I'm pretty sure it was some clone that had halfway melted. At least, that's what it looked like
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    I think Bruce Willis is like Tom Cruise.

    He won't ruin a good movie that he's in (like Keanu Reeves often does, although not the Matrix movies - he was well-cast there) and he won't turn a bad movie he's in into a good movie (like Johnny Depp did in the original Pirates of the Carribean).

    He's just a solid leading man, that's it.

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    and he won't turn a bad movie he's in into a good movie (like Johnny Depp did in the original Pirates of the Carribean).
    excuse me, could you get this thing out of my back? It feels.....like a knife. Thanks.
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Willis was in Four Rooms. Inarguably one of Tarantino and Rodriguez's works.

    I liked Four Rooms (Tim Roth ruled in it as "The Bellhop!").

    WIllis' best film? Die Hard. No matter what he does, everytime he appears in a movie, I still hear, "Yippie Kie yay mutha CENSORED!"
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    I saw this topic and instantly this came to mind... And obviously SB would appreciate this...

    Color of Night (1994) .... Dr. Bill Capa

    In the pool scene, you can see mister willis's wee-willie-winky for a flash.

    Aside from that, I really did like Death Becomes her, and The Whole Nine Yards, AND The Color of Night... Dude, he was the voice of RJ in Over the Hedge??? That's flippin' awesome... I loved that movie. It's in my netflix queue.
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    Color of Night (1994) .... Dr. Bill Capa

    In the pool scene, you can see mister willis's wee-willie-winky for a flash
    note to self: WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!

    in the Whole Ten Yards...you get a reaaaalllll looooong scene with his butt. ROWR!!!!
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Hyde View Post
    Willis was in Four Rooms. Inarguably one of Tarantino and Rodriguez's works.
    Best or worst?
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    I enjoyed Four Rooms. It was definitely a quirky movie. The bellhop was hilarous. I believe Madonna was in that film as well.

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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Hyde View Post
    Willis was in Four Rooms. Inarguably one of Tarantino and Rodriguez's works.
    And he was in Grindhouse, another Rodriguez/Tarantino joint venture. But his part was pretty small, practically a cameo, so I wouldn't count it as a Bruce Willis movie.

    BTW, Grindhouse was a lot of fun! If you think you'd enjoy it, you will.

    And contrary to what many others say, I though Tarantino's movie was better than Rodriguez's (who's only really good film was Sin City IMO).


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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbelle View Post
    note to self: WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!

    in the Whole Ten Yards...you get a reaaaalllll looooong scene with his butt. ROWR!!!!
    And Bruce does some nudity in Pulp Fiction as well.
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    Re: Bruce Willis

    Willis has CHARISMA! Cruise is just an ugly narcissist. He's cocky with a enormous likability factor. An action packed bad boy with a heart of gold.

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    You guys spend WAY too much time watching t.v.

    Get your butts OFF the couch!!!!
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