Favourite Edward Norton Movie?

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  1. theycallitMurda Black Belt

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    Mines definitely American History X, followed by the Score. Fight Club was great as well.

    If other, please post them up and I'll add them in with your votes.

    Other notables:
    Kingdom of Heaven
    The Italian Job
    The Bourne Legacy
    Red Dragon
    Frida
    Keeping the Faith
    Down in the Valley
    Death to Smoochy
     
  2. Project 2501 Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Fight Club was better than American History X in every single possible way.
     
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    The 25th hour
     
  4. theycallitMurda Black Belt

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    No, it was great fun but overrated. The Score's better than Fight Club.
     
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    I went with American History X as he seemed to have more range in that from being a sociopathic Skinhead Neo-Nazi to a sympathetic anti-hero.

    Fight Club was damn close though. For the obvious twist, which when you realized what it was made the acting seem that much better.

    He's had a damn impressive resume though. He was also excellent in Rounders and Primal Fear.

    Haven't seen 25th hour but he looked good in that too from the few clips I've seen of it.

    Another notable should be Bourne Legacy. He was good in that as well.
     
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    fight club is the clockwork orange of our generation.
     
  7. Fraz Incinerate

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    Fight Club.

    It's a masterpiece i hadn't seen it for like 10 years until i rewatched it a few months ago. Blew me away.
     
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    Rounders is one of my favorite movies so I went with that
    Second would be American History X and then Larry Flynt
     
  9. Tankeray Salvation Denied.

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    American History X, Fight Club ohsoclose second.
     
  10. Chaos Spawn Kuiper belt

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    i second this.
     
  11. BearGrounds A great many scalps.

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    Primal Fear. Awesome role and he nailed it.

    I'll go with that, but I'm a big fan of Rounders and he successfully makes me want to strangle him in that.
     
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    Yeah, he did a great job in Rounders. I'd put that over The Score any day.
     
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    Kingdom of Heaven
     
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    Maybe my favorite scene of all time.

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    American History X is his shining moment.
     
  17. Francis Rossi Here's a song for ya

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    Not really. Fincher didn't withdraw Fight Club after receiving death threats from psychos. No Beethoven rape scenes either, to his shame.
     
  18. Terror Zone Banned Banned

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    What does that even mean?
     
  19. Rhood Gold Belt

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    What about The Italian Job?
    It's not even listed
     
  20. Francis Rossi Here's a song for ya

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    For good reason; it's shit.
     

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