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Top 100 Male Performances

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Psycho (1960)
Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates

Nervous and twitchy, Perkins' performance is so convincing there is no wonder he was typecast from here on. His performance is so menacingly likeable that the audience feel sympathy for the troubled antagonist.

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People who added this item 6079 Average listal rating (4019 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.4
The Shining (1980)
Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance

No one has ever played a maniac as well as Nicholson since The Shining. Some say he overacted but I think he had transformed himself into Torrance. Effective and scary, each and every tic of speech and tiny mannerism has its own personality.

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Taxi Driver (1976)
Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle

A caring lonely man with a heart or a crazed gun man? Travis Bickle is both and I think he is wrongly villified by film fans. What his character does is wrong but are his motives? De Niro gives what is probably his most iconic performance and it is certainly best. He plays the two extremes of his character with a human touch. Pefect.

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People who added this item 368 Average listal rating (225 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.2
White Heat (1949)
James Cagney as Arthur 'Cody' Jarrett

Possibly the finest performance from the golden age of Hollywood, this is Cagney's fairwell performance to the genre he was most known for and what a performance to end the highest point of his career on! He is a madman, with no constraint or consciene issues. Cagney played this man as if it was the last character he would ever get to play.



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People who added this item 5826 Average listal rating (3744 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.3
Malcolm McDowell as Alex DeLarge

McDowell's sneering, cockney rapist is terrifyingly real, even in a futuristic setting. An iconic, strangely endearing performance.

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People who added this item 1619 Average listal rating (1028 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8
Al Pacino as Sonny Wortzik

His character has so many layers, each believably portrayed by Pacino. Out of his well known films, this is probably his most under rated when compared to films like The Godfather.


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Citizen Kane (1941)
Orson Welles as Charles Foster Kane

His performance certainly matched the magnitude of his directing and writing skills and it is all the more admirable that he was only in his mid twenties. Classic.

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People who added this item 3472 Average listal rating (2141 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8
Rain Man (1988)
Dustin Hoffman as Raymond Babbitt

Dustin Hoffman took method acting to a new level with his phenomenal characterisation of an autistic savant. A very realistic role.

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People who added this item 2037 Average listal rating (1299 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.5
The Fly (1986)
Jeff Goldblum as Seth Brundle

Goldblum's fast talking, jittery scientist is fantastic to watch as his character unravells with his horrific transformation.

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People who added this item 1581 Average listal rating (881 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8
Nosferatu (1922)
Max Schreck as Count Orlock

More than just creepy, Schreck is terrifying as the rat toothed vampire. No wonder people, including the film crew, thought he was real when his performance is so scary.

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People who added this item 2027 Average listal rating (1196 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.2
Chinatown (1974)
Jack Nicholson as Jake Gittes

Nicholson's devilish grin as he sneers his sarcastic wit with his unique voice is a joy to watch. A fantastic character that comes to life easily with the skill of Jack.

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Harvey (1950)
James Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd

Reacting and talking to something that isn't there is a very hard task and Stewart, like the professional he was, pulled it off flawlessly, endearingly and memorably.

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City Lights (1931)
Charles Chaplin as The Little Tramp

Whilst Chaplin's masterpiece is easily Modern Times, his best performance I have seen so far is in this. The final scene is made all the more heart warming because of Chaplin's facial expression. Says more than words ever could.

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Marlon Brando as Stanley Kowalski

Brando is scary as the hulking, abusive husband. He delivers such a convincing performance, he truly was one of the best actors of the Golden Age of Hollywood, at such a young age, too.

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Pulp Fiction (1994)
Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield

Winnfield is cool, collected, cultured and charismatic. Everything you would imagine Samuel L. Jackson would be in real life. Perhaps that is how he pulls it off so masterfully.

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Peter Sellers as Group Captain Lionel Mandrake

The British RAF captain, keeping calm in the face of the mad Jack D. Ripper, Sellers portrays this character with unique grace and comic timing.



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President Merkin Muffley

The American accent, the almost monotone commands, everything this character does you know was deliberate and Sellers truly makes this character his own.



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Dr. Strangelove

One of the most recognisable character in film history, Dr. Strangelove, with the wild hair, mechanical hand and of course Sellers' brash German accent. Without Sellers playing him, would this character have been as famous? Of course not! Besides, Sellers brought so much to the character himself with improvisation. A true genius.





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People who added this item 4080 Average listal rating (2670 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.2
John Goodman as Walter Sobchak

This guy is mental and Goodman portrays him with such great hilarity. What is great is you know his character wants to be serious but he appears like such a farce due to his extreme madness. Great writing from the Coen's and fantastio portrayal by Goodman brought this character to life.

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Kevin Spacey as Roger 'Verbal' Kint

Kevin Spacey's nervous, talkative cripple is fantastic to watch as he shuffles about on the spot and glances awkwardly around the room. A great, ind depth performance. Shpuld have really been nominated for leading actor, rather than supporting but at least he won.

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People who added this item 1203 Average listal rating (719 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.3
Rashomon (1950)
Toshirō Mifune as Tajōmaru the Bandit

Mifune portrayed such power, strength and dominance. His presense greatly effects the power of the already significant story.

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Casablanca (1942)
Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine

Cynical characters have never been played quite as well as Bogart played Rick in 1942. This was his breakthrough film and no wonder. The sheer magnitude of his performance is admirable, as he spouts and sneers his pessimistic lines.

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Frost/Nixon (2008)
Frank Langella as Richard Nixon

Quite how Langella didn't win the acadamy award for this role is beyond me (Just goes to show, play a Gay guy [Milk] or star in a holocaust film and you will get an Oscar). Obvious political correctness got in the way of Langella winning, which is a shame because you leave the cinema feeling like you have watched the shamed president himself. Flawless.

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People who added this item 783 Average listal rating (474 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8
Klaus Kinski as Don Lope de Aguirre

One of the best maniacs in cinema history, the tumultuous actor played a perfect tumultuous character. A painstaking film as it was, Kinski's prescense did not help matters. However, it all paid off in the long run with Kinski's acting helping to define the film as a classic.

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Fargo (1996)
William H. Macy as Jerry Lundegaard

Acting a stutter is a very hard thing to do but Macy masters it in his role as a anxious Car Salesman.

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Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman

A top notch performance from Christian Bale as a murderous psychopath is one of the many highlightso f this film.

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Robert Downey Jr. as Wayne Gale

His best and most under rated performance, this character is far from his modern likeable roles such as Iron Man. His eager excitment is believably played, as are every twitch and stutter.

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People who added this item 786 Average listal rating (501 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8
Robert Mitchum as Harry Powell

Mitchum's sinister southern accent and cool composure is frightening, all the more so in the beautiful, dark, black and white cinematography.



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Dracula (1931)
Dwight Frye as Renfield

That crazy laugh and the drops of humour he puts into the character with his mannerisms make for a great performance. He steals the show, even from Lugosi.

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Donald O' Connor as Cosmo Brown

His rubber faced antics and song and dance routines are the highlight of this film. He delivers his cheeky lines with likability and is a vital part of making the film the classic that it is.

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People who added this item 4208 Average listal rating (2704 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 8.7
Jack Nicholson as Randall P. McMurphy

Such an energetic peformance, so full of zest and life and personality. Nicholson deservedly won his long overdue Oscar in a performance often touted as Nicholson's best of all time.

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Annie Hall (1977)
Woody Allen as Alvy Singer

Allen's famous neurotic Jew persona comes into play into this romantic comedy classic, with Allen providing comedy with his own script and when there is none of his delicious dialogue to be said, he makes the comedy with his facial expressions. A true comedy genuis.

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Dustin Hoffman as Enrico 'Ratso' Rizzo

Dustin Hoffman seemingly put his all into crafting this character and making sure we are lead on the journey of emotions with him. When we first meet him he is not really that likeable but Hoffman amplifies the scripts character arch by portraying Rizzo as a flawed human being, not merely a flawed film creation.

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Dennis Hopper as The Photojournalist

Crazy, out of his mind and fast talking, this character probably shared a lot of similarities to the actor. However, Hopper's contribution to Apocalypse Now made the film even more of a classic than it already would have been. The small role certainly went a long way.

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People who added this item 965 Average listal rating (562 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.9
Frankenstein (1931)
Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster

Frankenstein's Monster is not only iconic for the instantly recognisable make up, but also for Karloff's extremely human portrayal of the creature. The audience feel for him and as a result the film is so much more effective.

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Magnolia (1999)
Tom Cruise as Frank T.J Mackey

Tom Cruise, unfortunately has had himself taranished as 'That crazy scientologist' and his acting talent is often forgotten about. People talk about him in films such as this like "Tom Cruise is actually good in this!" as if he is normally a bad actor. He isn't and this performance is a testament to his talent. In a film with a lot of flawless performances, Cruise adds to the already overwhelming gravitas.



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The Godfather (1972)
Marlon Brando as Vito Corleone

Who can forget such an iconic performance? Sometimes he is barely audible (Cue subtitles haha) but that is all part of the magnificent character representation. Brando's much impersonated portrayal of an aging mafia Don has gone down in history and will always remain an enourmous, career defining, decade defining, gangster film defining performance.



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People who added this item 449 Average listal rating (262 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.5
Jack Nicholson as Robert Dupea

Jack's most human performance I have seen so far. Unforgettably realistic and full of heart. A very under rated performance.

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People who added this item 92 Average listal rating (39 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.7
Paddy Considine as Morall

Considine turns in one of the best unsung British performances of all time. Seeing his progressive performance unravel from enigmatic stranger to engimatic pyscho throughout the film is breathtaking. A performance that will stay in your mind for years.

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Kevin Spacey as Lester Burnham

Kevin Spacey was on a role in the 1990's with Glengarry Glen Ross, The Usual Suspects, Se7en and of course this. There is no wonder he became such a huge star when he oozes talent like he did in this. As Lester, we like him because Spacey makes the characters frustration clear so we can empathise with him. Knock out performance.

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John Hurt as John (or Joseph) Merrick

As The Elephant Man, Hurt's performance is moving and captures the tragedy of the real man's story. Heartbreaking.

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Christoph Waltz as Hans Landa

A somewhat charming portrayal of a callous, evil Nazi officer. Don't ask me how that managed to work so well but Tarantino made the character a tongue in cheek spoof of an SS agent and wrote it well. Waltz is great as the supporting character, proving once and for all that Tarantino's eye for a perfectly cast support character is spot on (With Jackson in Pulp Fiction being another fine example).

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James Stewart as George Bailey

Stewart gave a career defining performance in this Christmas classic. With his whimsical portrayal of a man who realises his own destiny, it is hard to forget such a fantastic character.

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Scarecrow (1973)
Al Pacino as Francis Lionel 'Lion' Delbuchi

Such naivety, such innocence. Al Pacino ditches his then newly forming Macho persona to play the child-like Francis and is his most down to earth, well observed and likeable character to date.

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Modern Times (1936)
Charles Chaplin as The Little Tramp

Another delightful turn by Chaplin as the adorable Little Tramp. Again, he masters the emotional scenes as well as the performing the slapstick humour amusingly and endearingly.

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Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannible Lector

A performance that only averages 15 minutes of scren time, it still manages to greatly effect the quality of the film. Thankfully, his screen time is spread out intellegently, rather than just rushed, meaning this powerhouse performance can be savoured.

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Enzo Staiola as Bruno Ricci

The most convincing performance from a child in any film. Only eight years old, it is obvious he understood the themes of the narrative and he managed to project this flawlessly.

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Freeze Frame (2004)
Lee Evans as Sean Veil

Sweaty stand up comedian Lee Evans was an unlikely actor to play this dead serious role but the unconventional casting worked more than fantastically in favour of the film. Whilst it has a good dystopian atmosphere (dispite not being dystopian set) and an original story, it would not have been twice as good if it weren't for Evan's full on performance as a paranoid, shaven headed, shaven eyebrowed mess of a person. Evan's commitment is clear (shaving your eyebrows that may never grow back for one) and it paid off.

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Lolita (1962)
Peter Sellers as Clare Quilty

His nervous attitude is menacing, with his constant desire to chat and constant energy making him one of the most strange characters of all time, all handled with the genius of Sellers.

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Dirty Harry (1971)
Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan

Eastwood's most badass role, his iconic snarl has never been better than as the unconventional cop. A role Eastwood was born to play.

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Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka

When I was a child, I was in love with this film. I thought it was absoultely perfect film making (I still think the same), with its creepy atmosphere and great cast. The main attraction, of course, is Mr. Wilder as the unhinged chocolate factory owner. Even before I understood who he was as an actor (I found it hard to imagine him in a film without his top hat, having never seen him in anything else), I understood that his performance was wonderful. Great performance from a fantastic musical.

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Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh

It takes more talent to play a cold, vacuous pyschopath than a crazy psychopath. Javier's performance is one of the most convincingly scary of recent times and that is a very hard thing to pull off in today's desensitsed world.

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A list of fantastic performances in films.

This list will change when (fingers crossed) we will be able to add the same film more than once. I don't like having an actor share the note space of a film (Eg. Dog Day Afternoon, I want to have John Cazale's performance on here too). I only did so for Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove because he it is the same actor playing different roles in the same film.

I will update this occasionally when I see a new film with a great performance or if I just change my mind about something.

I've put this on semi-public, it's undergoing edits.

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Posted: 6 years, 10 months ago at Aug 20 2:35
While I admit I haven't watched every film on the list, the ones I've seen I mostly agree with you. I'd argue, however, that Johnny Depp's best performance (so far) is in Fear & Loathing where he truly became Hunter S Thompson...disappointed to not see that here.

Frank Mackey, Ash, Ted the Bellhop, and the Invisible Man being among these made me very very happy.
Posted: 6 years, 10 months ago at Aug 20 2:40
Unfortunately, I haven't yet seen Fear and Loathing. I intend to within the next year and I'm sure it will make the list. I will keep updating this when I see more and more great performances. Thanks very much for the vote!
Posted: 6 years, 9 months ago at Aug 30 0:40
I'm not sure if it was posted before the film was made, but I think The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was a riveting performance by Brad Pitt... one of his best, though I haven't seen this film so I cannot compare.
Posted: 6 years, 9 months ago at Aug 30 1:44
I had seen Benjamin Button before I posted this list but I prefered his role in Seven. Even though some actors appear more than once on here, I felt that his performance in Benjamin Button wasn't quite a favourite of mine to be in this list, even though he was good. However, the CGI and make up boosted his performance and without that, I doubt he would have been as good. In Seven, his character is arguably more human and empathetic. Thanks for the comment.
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Posted: 6 years, 9 months ago at Sep 14 12:16
I didn't see Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday. That would be on my list.
Posted: 6 years, 9 months ago at Sep 14 16:05
I haven't seen Tombstone, that's why.
Posted: 6 years, 6 months ago at Dec 13 4:06
Very good list. I would put them in a very different order; but many of these would be on my list, too. Nice work!
Posted: 5 years, 11 months ago at Jul 16 12:12
Al Pacino in Godfather 2 is number 1 in my eyes
Posted: 5 years, 8 months ago at Oct 21 16:21
I think there should have been more of Anthony Hopkins
Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 5 10:12
Are you f*cking kidding me??? where's daniel day lewis as bill the butcher... where's robert de niro as vito corleone??
Posted: 5 years, 7 months ago at Nov 5 19:27
There are plenty of De Niro performances that are better. Just because he won an Oscar for it, doesn't mean it is customary to be on every 'best of' list. Also, I liked Day Lewis as Bill the Butcher but not enough for this list. Besides, this is over a year old and was based on my opinions at the time. No need to get rude because something you wanted wasn't featured. Go make your own list and if it bothers you that much.
Posted: 5 years, 5 months ago at Dec 28 0:03
Heath Ledger?
Posted: 5 years, 3 months ago at Mar 8 2:08
Great list and a wonderful article in itself...
Posted: 5 years, 2 months ago at Mar 27 19:36
Quite possibly one of the best "greatest performances" list I've seen here. Some selections almost stand up against my own!

Deserves to be published!
Posted: 5 years, 2 months ago at Apr 5 9:17
i think its a great list, you have a good eye for underrated/subtle performances. i love that will ferrells Ron burgundy made it in, as it is an unforgettable character, and is over looked because of comics credibility.

GOOD JOB :)
Posted: 3 years, 11 months ago at Jul 13 5:53
Thank you for including Dwight Frye!
It's also nice to see comedic actors included, since they are just as talented & often overlooked.

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