History Creator / MelGibson

1st Feb '17 5:00:30 AM UltraWanker
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* {{Gorn}}: Common in the films he's directed, the most stand-out examples being ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'' and ''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''..

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* {{Gorn}}: Common in the films he's directed, the most stand-out examples being ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'' and ''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''..''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''.
31st Jan '17 9:40:08 AM UltraWanker
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Mel Colmcille Gerard Gibson (born 1956) is an American-Australian actor, film director and producer and screenwriter. The movies he has acted in have grossed more than two billion dollars in the US alone. Born in Peekskill, New York, Gibson moved with his parents to Sydney when he was 12 years old and later studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

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Mel Colmcille Gerard Gibson (born 1956) is an American-Australian film actor, film director and director, producer and screenwriter. The movies he has acted in have grossed more than two billion dollars in the US alone. Born in Peekskill, New York, Gibson moved with his parents to Sydney when he was 12 years old and later studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.



His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent. His fourth directorial effort, ''Film/HacksawRidge'', was released in 2016 to critical and commecial success.

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His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent. His fourth directorial effort, ''Film/HacksawRidge'', was released in 2016 to critical and commecial commercial success.







* AuthorAppeal: His characters like dogs. There are also occasional references to Film/TheThreeStooges in his films, such as in ''Film/LethalWeapon''. Also, even before ''The Passion'', many of the characters he played display Catholic tendencies.
* {{Gorn}}: Common in the films he's directed, the most stand-out examples being ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'' and ''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''.

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\n* AuthorAppeal: His characters like dogs. There are also dogs, along with occasional references to Film/TheThreeStooges ''Film/TheThreeStooges'' in his films, such as in ''Film/LethalWeapon''. Also, even before ''The Passion'', many of the characters he played display Catholic tendencies.
* {{Gorn}}: Common in the films he's directed, the most stand-out examples being ''Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist'' and ''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''.''Film/{{Apocalypto}}''..
31st Jan '17 8:02:37 AM LordGro
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* BadassBeard: grew an impressive one in 2014.
30th Jan '17 7:30:02 PM YasminPerry
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30th Jan '17 6:26:07 AM UltraWanker
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* BadassBeard: grew an impressive on in 2014.

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* BadassBeard: grew an impressive on one in 2014.
30th Jan '17 6:25:50 AM UltraWanker
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* BadassBeard: grew an impressive on in 2014.
30th Jan '17 6:23:25 AM UltraWanker
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His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent. His fourth directorial effort, ''Film/HacksawRidge'' was released in 2016.

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His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent. His fourth directorial effort, ''Film/HacksawRidge'' ''Film/HacksawRidge'', was released in 2016.
2016 to critical and commecial success.
29th Jan '17 10:16:35 AM UltraWanker
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6th Nov '16 7:02:27 AM Aquila89
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Mel Gibson is an American-Australian actor, film director and producer and screenwriter. The movies he has acted in have grossed more than two billion dollars in the US alone. Born in Peekskill, New York, Gibson moved with his parents to Sydney when he was 12 years old and later studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

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Mel Colmcille Gerard Gibson (born 1956) is an American-Australian actor, film director and producer and screenwriter. The movies he has acted in have grossed more than two billion dollars in the US alone. Born in Peekskill, New York, Gibson moved with his parents to Sydney when he was 12 years old and later studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
5th Nov '16 2:14:56 PM Aquila89
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His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent.

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His following film was ''Film/TheBeaver'', which tells the story of a man whose life was ruined by alcohol and who finds a very unusual way to get his life back in order--by using a sock puppet beaver as a separate personality. The film was notable for its RealitySubtext, but did little to shift Gibson's career direction. Gibson's next film, ''Film/GetTheGringo'' (titled ''How I Spent My Summer Vacation'' in some countries) started a small Renaissance. Though the film bypassed American cinemas and opened in the USA on [=DirectTV=], it was well received and helped raise Gibson's stock. He followed up with ''Film/MacheteKills'' and ''Film/TheExpendables3'' as the main villains. While no longer the draw he once was, he has managed to salvage his career to an extent.
extent. His fourth directorial effort, ''Film/HacksawRidge'' was released in 2016.
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