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    Actors or Actresses who had 2 bangers in the same year

    Arnold in 1987
    Predator
    The Running Man

    Jim Carrey in 1994
    Ace Ventura
    Dumb and Dumber

    Nic Cage in 1997
    Con Air
    Face Off


    Who else ya got?

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    Not an actor, but Steven Spielberg had Jurassic Park and Schindlerís list in 1993.

    Anybody beat that!


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    Kevin Spacey - The Usual Suspects and Seven 1995

    DiCaprio - Inception and Shutter Island 2010

    Joe Pesci - Goodfellas and Home Alone 1990


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    The Rock and Kevin Hart each put out 23 movies last year. That counts right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Kevin Spacey - The Usual Suspects and Seven 1995

    DiCaprio - Inception and Shutter Island 2010

    Joe Pesci - Goodfellas and Home Alone 1990


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    That's pretty cool that Pesci was in both those disparate flicks in the same year.

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    Brad Pitt - Seven and 12 Monkeys (95)
    Ed Norton - Rounders and American History X (98)
    Morgan Freeman - Driving Miss Daisy and Lean On Me (89)
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    Ed Norton (1998) - American History X and Rounders
    Bruce Willis (1995) - Die Hard with A Vengeance and Twelve Monkeys
    Tom Hanks (1989) - The Burbs and Turner & Hooch (kind of a joke but not really)
    Tom Hanks (1999) - Toy Story 2 and The Green Mile
    Deniro (1990) - Goodfellas and Awakenings
    Deniro (1995) - Casino and Heat
    Deniro (1997) - Wag the Dog and Jackie Brown
    Deniro (2000) - Meet the Parents and Men of Honor
    Robin Williams (2002) - Insomnia and Death to Smoochy (nod to One Hour Photo as well)
    Michael Douglas (1987) - Fatal Attractions and Wall Street
    Johnny Depp (2001) - Blow and From Hell (may be a stretch but I liked From Hell)
    Brad Pitt (1995) - Se7en and Twelve Monkeys
    Tom Cruise (1996) - Mission Impossible and Jerry Mcguire
    Matt Damon (1998) - Rounders and Saving Private Ryan

    Even though it's not as good as the other 3, Carrey had the Mask in 1994 as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    Brad Pitt - Seven and 12 Monkeys (95)
    Ed Norton - Rounders and American History X (98)
    Ed Norton was the first that came to mind.
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    Rounders, Twelve Monkeys, and se7en all had two of the main actors go on to have two great movies those years.
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    I don't consider Brand New indie. I consider them ****ing awesome and don't belong to a genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    Ed Norton was the first that came to mind.
    For a good 5 year stretch he was king for me. As a matter of fact I think he was spellbinding in Primal Fear and really good in People Vs Larry Flynt in 1996, although he wasn't the lead roles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    For a good 5 year stretch he was king for me. As a matter of fact I think he was spellbinding in Primal Fear and really good in People Vs Larry Flynt in 1996, although he wasn't the lead roles.
    He was, still is, one of my favorite actors and wanted to watch every one of his movies. Even Hulk was kind of good for his role in it.

    He definitely has some of the top movies of all time for me though. American History X, Primal Fear (a really underrated movie as I don't hear a lot of people talk about it), Fight Club are some of my favorite movies. He also is good in the Wes Anderson films (I'm sure Hawkeye will appreciate the Anderson nod)
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    I might even give Damon, The Talented Mr Ripley and Dogma for 1999.

    Dude was busy and killing it.

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    I don't recall much of Driving Miss Daisy but I know I saw it when it first hit video stores and it is highly acclaimed but Freeman also slayed in Lean On Me in 1989

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    Paul Rudd (2008) - Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Role Models
    Will Ferrell (2003) - Oldschool and Elf
    Adam Sandler (1998) - The Wedding Singer and Waterboy

    Nicole Kidman (2001) - Moulin Rouge and The Others
    Rachel McAdams (2004) - Mean Girls and The Notebook
    Catherine Zeta Jones (2000) - Traffic and High Fidelity
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    He was, still is, one of my favorite actors and wanted to watch every one of his movies. Even Hulk was kind of good for his role in it.

    He definitely has some of the top movies of all time for me though. American History X, Primal Fear (a really underrated movie as I don't hear a lot of people talk about it), Fight Club are some of my favorite movies. He also is good in the Wes Anderson films (I'm sure Hawkeye will appreciate the Anderson nod)
    Primal Fear is so good and always goes up when I make an underrated list. He gave me chills.

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