Ryan Gosling is finally moving from mostly indie films into the big time, and over the last five years has been an integral part of some of the best films produced. Gosling’s talent stretches from comedy (The Nice Guys, Crazy Stupid Love) to hard drama (Half-Nelson, The Ides of March) to action (Blade Runner 2049) and even song and dance (La La Land). Gosling’s dedication to his roles is such that he learned to play the piano for La La Land. With Blade Runner 2049’s critical success, Gosling can really do whatever he wants and join the elite ranks of Hollywood’s leading men.
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Steve Carrell (and Jim Carrey….what HAPPENED to Jim Carrey?) returns to theatres this Friday with The Incredible Burt Wonderstone so we take this week’s top five to look at his best efforts on film. Of course, it’s impossible to celebrate him without acknowledging him as one of the most talented comedic presences on TV over the last ten years. From a correspondent on The Daily Show to Michael Scott in The Office (which should have ended with his departure), he’s shown on the small screen an amazing range for broad comedy to subtle, serious drama that he’s brought to his films. So here’s my top 5 Carrell movies (based on his performance in them):
1. Little Miss Sunshine
2. Anchorman The Legend of Ron Burgundy
3.The 40-Year Old Virgin
4. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
5. Crazy. Stupid. Love. (Despicable Me honorable mention for minions alone)