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YungTaku YungTaku 18-21, M 19 Answers Sep 1, 2012 in Hobbies

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Probably a little of both

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He's a movie star, not a stage actor, and it shows pretty badly. In front of six cameras with a good director, half a dozen takes, and some good editing I'm sure he could have pulled it off. Live theater is just completely different and much harder to pull off in some ways.

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He's good at playing certain parts. I wouldn't say he's the most dynamic or versatile actor though. <br />
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As for his craziness. I read an interview he did 2 years ago and he wasn't senile in that, although, a lot can change in 2 years. I'm quite sure it's just eccentricity though. Most actors are prone to it.

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Perfect example of a great actor, terrible improviser. I'm pretty sure he was just grasping for lowest common denominator stuff. Just to get laughs. He probably figured he could riff for a while but choked. Or he could really believe what he was saying and so could the delegates who laughed in seriousness, not jest.

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Poor Clint, can't believe they let him go out and talk to a chair, the old guy is obviously senile. He was a good actor back in his day.

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Eastwood is just really that good.

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yes as Blondie

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He's a ghost from an ignorant past young people today are lucky they never knew the garbage back then. The good thing is that there are less and less of him around.

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It's his voice; and I fear the unknown about when tall, white guys go wild.

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I think the whole thing of people talking about it is stupid, do you thing our dumb *** president would have showed up to set in the chair? maybe he should have just used a blow up doll and placed it in the chair, and then people would have been talking about that instead of a empty chair! Crazy he's not, but making a good point about our looser of a president with pretending he was setting in a chair YES!

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Who said Obama was my president, I aint vote for dat nigga

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if you is a american he are you and mine president and he and he ain't no nigga not being a word I like to use, but you seem to want to. He really is what they call malato being he is half white and half african.

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I dont even consider him human, ever since the begining of his presidency theres been a total rise of ignorance

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yep that is sure, but many people are ignorant for missing that. your a smart man and i respect you for not being blind! hand shake and a bump!

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Me.

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I just wish we had an actual person running for president instead of these puppets and robots

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that is for sure, but at least Romney is a business man and not another freaking lawyer. We the people need a smart business man who has been successful and make this country rise. Lawyers, they need to get out of serving in politics!

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I hate Romney too, he would eff up foreign relations and probably be the one to start that war with the Nation of Islam, but Obama will most likely do that

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I don't beleive he would do that he knows we can not afford another war. But I could be wrong? I wish people would vote in a no name and say here's your chance! like vote for none of the above in richard pryers movie

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Not the best idea to call somebody a name you can't even spell correctly.

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who really gives a **** about spelling I don't what the hell makes the differnce if you know what I was talking about. it's idiots like you that think they are so perfect! LMAO

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yea watch in the line of fire that movie is awesome.

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He is a great actor. Given his speech at the convention, he is a political idiot, imho

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Crazy old white man--if he was lucid he'd have realized how he was letting himself in for such ridicule. Or he's just too rich to care.

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he was good hes old now so hes probably goin crazy

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Clint is not a great actor. He has a very limited range and plays the same couple of characters over and over. Kind of like Tom Cruise or John Wayne before him. I don't think Daniel Day Lewis or Anthony Hopkins have much to worry about for acting competition. He is a top notch director though. He has a handful of duds as a director, a bunch of decent works, and a few spectacular movies.

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