Our Favorite Faces Of Bruce Willis

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Our Favorite Faces Of Bruce Willis
This week, Once Upon a Time in Venice sees its release. It's an action-comedy by Robb and Mark Cullen, with an impressive cast which includes John Goodman, Jason Momoa, Famke Janssen and Bruce Willis.

Which brings us to Bruce Willis, who has for the past three decades been oscillating between comedy and action. And while the quality of his films may vary, in each genre he has participated in a few classics, and sometimes even became iconic.

So he's our actor of the week. What is your favorite performance by him? Was he funny or awesome (or both)? Chime in, in the comments below!

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ManateeAdvocateJune 12, 2017 11:57 AM

Easy. Die Hard.

wabaliciousJune 12, 2017 1:18 PM

Aside from Die Hard i'd say The Last Boy Scout. Hostage and 16 Blocks were *slightly* out of the ordinary for him too. But these days he is happy to just stand there, make zero effort and collect the money, it seems. I hope he makes another good film some time in the near future, when he can be bothered.

CosmicBaronJune 12, 2017 10:02 PM

Man... I used to go see any movie he would be in...Yes, even "Striking Distance" or "Color of night" ... But he's become such a caricature of himself lately... Nic Cage is in a similar downward spiral but at least he tries to have fun with it...
Anyway, I can't decide between "Die Hard" (Obviously), "Fifth Element" (The smile on his face when he disarms Mathieu Kassowitz or when he get's thrown the pool ball...Priceless), "Pulp Fiction" or "Unbreakable" where manages to look so vulnerable yet powerful.

Ard VijnJune 13, 2017 3:47 AM

He's absolutely note-perfect in THE FIFTH ELEMENT and my single favorite moment is in UNBREAKABLE, when he acknowledges to his son that he is a superhero but implores him silently to keep it a secret. However my favorite full role of his might be the spineless, clueless character in DEATH BECOMES HER, who manages to find faith and courage despite being offered immortality.

Dammit, when he's good, he's GOOD.