"Everyone has their thing they have to get around. With me, it's like okay, how can I make this upper class bad guy in the 19th century different and interesting?"
—Rufus Sewell on his "cravat" roles
Van Cleef's face, in close-up, has the lean, hardened, embittered expression of a man who has either (a been pursuing his lonely vengeance across the plains of the West for thirty years, or (b realizes he will be making spaghetti Westerns for the rest of his life. The two looks are nearly indiscernible.
— Roger Ebert, Death Rides A Horse (1969)
"Ronnie Cox, whom you may remember from Beverly Hills Cop, RoboCop (1987), Cop Rock, Beverly Hills Cop 2, and his most famous work Cop Cop Part Cop: Still Copping."
Yes, Cameron Frye from Ferris Buellers Day Off has upgraded from his dadís priceless sports car to a starship, and you can expect the results to be the same.
So Bruce Willis plays a burned out wise cracking cop who doesnít play by the rules. That sounds like another well known Bruce Willis movie. Tears of the Sun anyone?
—Miles Antwiler on Striking Distance (1993)
"Who says Michael Cera plays the same role in every movie? That's absurd! In Super Bad he played a mild mannered teenager looking for love, in Juno he played— uh, okay, well in Scott Pilgrim— in Youth in Revolt— uh, okay, uh... Oh! Year One, he played a mild mannered caveman looking for love. See? totally different!