In a voice acting contest, who would win--James Woods or James Cromwell?

by sd-7 8 Replies latest social entertainment

  • sd-7

    I just think they both have cool voices, that's all--very distinctive voices.

    James Woods: I think it's quite obvious that mine is the superior voice.

    James Cromwell: Superior perhaps to your own mind, but utterly erroneous.

    James Woods: I beg to differ.

    James Cromwell: Some of us don't need to beg.

    James Woods: This is the part where you stop talking...or else I...stop you from talking.

    James Cromwell: Are you threatening me?

    James Woods: This is a competition of voices, obviously, so there are no threats implied. I don't make threats, James. I don't need to.

    And it could go on forever...but the point is made. It's a stupid thread, and I'm hoping JWoods will comment just so I can be reminded of whatever 'mad dog' role James Woods played in--being restricted to PG-13 all my life, I wouldn't know about such things.

    Okay, I'm done...

  • JWoods

    I can't for sure remember the name of it, but James Woods the actor played a pretty evil gangster in some action flick with Jeff Bridges...

    He drove a black Ferrari 308 in the car chase scene, and Bridges had a red Porsche 911 Targa.

  • JWoods

    He also played killer Greg Powell in the Joseph Wambaugh drama "The Onion Field"...

  • keyser soze
    keyser soze

    Against All Odds was the name of the movie JWoods.

    I would put Morgan Freeman up against both of them.

  • JWoods

    Yes, thanks Keyser - Against All Odds.

    In an ironic turn of events, I have ended up with a Black Porsche and a Red Ferrari in real life...

  • BizzyBee

    You left out the RR this time.

  • serenitynow!

    James Earl Jones

  • JWoods

    You left out the RR this time.

    I know, Bizzy. But let me enjoy my own special thread in my own special modest way.

    Richard Widmark, IIRC, the other ganster part in Against All Odds, had a Jaguar anyway - not a Rolls Royce.

  • glenster

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