Dec 8, 2012 2:17PM
Brad is about 3 months younger than me so I've been watching him for a while now. What I really like about him is that he just didn't take on those pretty boy rolls, which he definately could have. I mean just look at him...gorgeous! Twelve Monkey's really showed a different side of him, also Fight Club pretty down and dirty. He has the looks but also the talent to make himself into whatever the roll calls for. I think it's funny when people make mention of his personal life. Do they know him "personally"...no. So keep to his acting career. It has been most brilliant. Any actor would be proud to have achieved so much as Brad has. Brad you keep us entertained and that's all that matters.
Nov 30, 2012 9:34AM
ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE GREATEST ACTORS OF OUR TIME! HE CAN PLAY ANY KIND OF ROLE & MAKE YOU BELIEVE HE LIVES THAT KIND OF LIFE!
Dec 8, 2012 3:28PM
i'm not a big fan but he's one guy who puts his money where his mouth is and he doesn't want any
attention for it! he came to new orleans after katrina and has build houses and helped cleaned up
neighborhoods all on his own without any media around and i'm sure he gave money too! unlike
big mouth arrogant hypocrite hollyweird stars who do stuff for publicity but don't give money!
Dec 3, 2012 5:57AM
RudyBlue6 It's a good thing you know him well enough to know about his personal life with the Babylonian he's shacked up with to give us this info. I'm not an Angolina fan but his Philanthropy and body of work as an artist are pretty damned commendable compared to many artists of this day and age.
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|Good Brad, bad Brad|
We reflect on the mercurial career of the talented Mr. Pitt
By Danny Miller
In Andrew Dominik's new film, "Killing Them Softly," Brad Pitt shows us his dark side, playing a ruthless mafia enforcer who is only too happy to mow down anyone in his path. The actor seems to enjoy jumping back and forth between portrayals of virtuous do-gooders and dishonorable reprobates, with a smattering of characters who fall somewhere in between. Let's take a look at some of the good Brads and bad Brads we've enjoyed over the past 20 years.
"Killing Them Softly" is out in theaters November 30.
(The Weinstein Company)