Entertainment: Top Five Must-See Actors of the Silver Screen

During the past two months, we’ve had the chance to watch some of our favorite films and favorite actors, too.

There’s a lot of actors in their 20s and 30s, who we are still getting used to.

And then there are the classics, who have graced our living room screens for decades.

Let’s take a look at my top five must-see actors, in no particular order.

Jeff Goldblum

The one of a kind actor has a part of some of the more recognizable movies in the past 30 years plus.

Whether it’s Jurassic Park, Independence Day, The Fly, or Thor: Ragnorak, Goldblum can control a scene with his pauses or his hand/eye movement.

It doesn’t matter if he is the main character or a secondary one, I’ve enjoyed watching him perform.

His interviews are some of the best I’ve ever seen as well.

Jeff steals the show and is someone we can all learn from.

Al Pacino

A true legend in the movie industry, Pacino knows how to capture an audience.

The Godfather star has several speeches that stand out and he has a history of getting angry in his movies, which he portrays very well.

He has put forth unforgettable characters in Devil’s Advocate, Scarface, and Scent of a Woman.

Below is a clip of his locker room speech in Any Given Sunday(enjoy football fans).

Paul Newman

Newman isn’t talked about as much anymore, but he is someone who young actors need to learn from as they grow in show business.

The Color of Money star was cool, calm, and collected during his well-known career and seemed to be in control of every scene he was in.

Newman also appeared in The Hustler, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Cool Hand Luke.

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey is a fan favorite across the country and rightfully so.

The 58-year old has rattled off so many one-liners over the past three decades, including “loohooser” and “I’m kickin’ my a**, do ya mind?”

Carrey has not only been the mastermind behind some of the best comedic movies, but he’s also been an amazing force in dramatic roles.

Even though Jim played both a funny and serious character in Bruce Almighty, I couldn’t help but share this clip which truly demonstrates how great of an actor he is.

Liam Neeson

Neeson always draws people to the theater and he has been in notable films like Star Wars Episode I, Batman Begins, and Taken.

I’ve always enjoyed seeing Liam intimidate the opposition and fight during each action/drama film that he is in.

His performance in The Grey also deserves some attention from movie buffs.

Not only was his character dealing with wolves in the freezing cold, but he also delivered a powerful poem that read:

Once more into the fray.

Into the last good fight I’ll ever know.

Live and die on this day.

Live and die on this day.

Which actors are on your must-see list? Leave a comment below.

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