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James Caan

James Caan

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  • James Caan

    • CHAPTER2
    • 2010-09-18

    James caan is an extrodinary actor better in younger years as he played as a gangster, a thief, a gambler, a womanizer. He is one of my FAVORITE actors of all time. Just take a look at some of his artistic work, The Godfather Thief The Gambler Rollerball Kiss me goodbye CHAPTER TWO (2) And so on... Did I mention he looks just like my uncle Artie.

  • james caan: tough guy

    • robert beatty
    • 2009-05-25

    james caan was always one of the best actors of his generation. energetic explosive and wise craking. caan with his new york nervy tough guy attitude delivered top notch performances in "games", "the rain people", "rabbit run", "brian's song", "the godfather", "slither", "cinderella liberty", "freebie and the bean", "the gambler", "rollerball" and "the killer elite". caan with his good looks has always been a natural actor who never gave a bad performance.

  • i loved him in el dorado

    • rachelle smtih
    • 2006-08-10

    i loved him in el dorado i thought his character was totally funny and i saw a few of his other movies that he did just as well in. the rumors about him are no different than any other hollywood star so i dont see as looking down on him any more than i do the other hollywood bad boys. but his acting was what it should have been and in the movies that is what matters. not to metion he was pretty cute when he was younge and he was my favorite person in el dorado. which i think is pretty good since he was with such an amazing cast in the movie.

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