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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    Discussion of...    March Madness 2018  ›  West Division Round of 64: #3 v. #14. Moderators: Mr. Blonde
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 #3 Alfred Molina or #14 Michael Biehn?
Alfred Molina. (7 votes)
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Michael Biehn. (1 votes)
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Mr. Blonde
Posted: March 16th, 2018, 4:07pm Report to Moderator
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#3: Alfred Molina

A "chameleon"-type character actor, Molina can suit himself to virtually any role.

Recommended Role: Jack Mellor - An Education



#14: Michael Biehn

A common sight in '80s and '90s action movies, you know you're in good hands when you see Biehn playing a soldier.

Recommended Role: Kyle Reese - The Terminator


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This one's not that easy.
As much as I frown on it because Beihn has been in James Cameron's early films (Terminator, Aliens, Abyss)  and Jonny Ringo in Tombstone...

I have to go with Molina, who I feel has the most diverse body of work as a character actor ranging from period piece, drama, thrillers, sci-fi/fantasy...


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Quoted from DarrenJamesSeeley
and Jonny Ringo in Tombstone...



Thanks for reminding of this one.

But -- Molina.



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Quoted from DarrenJamesSeeley
This one's not that easy.
As much as I frown on it because Beihn has been in James Cameron's early films (Terminator, Aliens, Abyss)  and Jonny Ringo in Tombstone...

I have to go with Molina, who I feel has the most diverse body of work as a character actor ranging from period piece, drama, thrillers, sci-fi/fantasy...


What he said  


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I like Michael Biehn, but Alfred Molina is versatile and, as Sean said, can be a chameleon. Molina gets my vote.


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