Sorry, guys. I’ve been mega sick for the past several days. So, no new video this week. Instead, here’s a classic you may have missed…
I hope you feel better soon.
Natalie Portman was famous before that clip in the movie Léon: The Professional (1994)
She was famous before her very first film? Got it.
Actually Developing came first. The Professional was her first big screen movie but it made her famous, this montage was to show them before they were famous
wow you have way to much time on your hands.. and btw, it would be 30+1 in the chamber idiot
seth rogen was famous long before donnie darko as well. Him James Franco Jason Segel, and Linda Cardellini were in a television show called Freaks and Geeks
F and G’s came out AFTER Donnie Darko… Idiot. Seth Rogen was NOT famous before DD.
Freaks and Geeks ran from 1999 – 2000. Donnie Darko came out in 2001. Check IMDB
Wrong answer. Freaks & Geeks came out before DD.
You should just admit you’re stupid and stop acting arrogant. You probably embarrass yourself on a daily basis with remarks like this.
Freaks and Geeks is an American teen comedy-drama television series, created by Paul Feig and with Feig and Judd Apatow as executive producers, that aired on NBC during the 1999–2000 television season.
Donnie Darko is a 2001 American science fiction drama film
“Though you would not think it of a show set in a suburb of Detroit during the 1980–81 school year, Freaks and Geeks, which premiered on NBC in the fall of 1999, is one of the most beautiful and ambitious television series ever made.”
“With the release of the new director’s cut, there are even more questions about the 2001 cult fave. Who’s the fat guy in the track suit? What’s with the 6-foot rabbit? We answer them all. ”
“Creator Paul Feig noted that Freaks and Geeks, which featured a young cast — some of whom hadn’t gone through puberty yet — was NBC’s lowest-rated show when it aired from 1999 to 2000.”
“| Roger Ebert
October 26, 2001 | 2
“There is a kind of movie that calls out not merely to be experienced but to be solved. The plot coils back on itself in intriguing mind puzzles, and moviegoers send bewildering e-mails to one another, explaining it. Two weeks ago brought “Mulholland Drive,” which has inspired countless explanations, all convincing, none in agreement, and now here is “Donnie Darko,” the story of a teenage boy who receives bulletins about the future from a large and demonic rabbit.”
Freaks and Geeks Recaps, complete with date aired:
jack black was famous before then, check out his pitfall commercial
HOW HAVE I NOT WATCHED “DEVELOPING” YET
I AM GOING TO GO WATCH THE SHIT OUT OF IT NOW
I’m Chris Hansen with Dateline NBC
I could not recognize Halle Berry. She has had a lot of work done on her face.
which was she?
Halle Berry wasn’t in this video…
wow sean connery is old as fuck
John Cusack was in Sixteen Candles well before the film in this video
Sixteen Candles was from 1984, the scene in this video was from 1983…
Completely missing Catherine Zeta Jones in the Darling Buds of May. And Tom Cruise in Legend.
Why would the put Legend for Tom Cruise seeing how it came after Taps, The Outsiders and Risky Business?
Geesh… So many haters! I enjoyed this thanks!
Natalia Portman is the youngest in my opinion and you missed Clint Eastwood.
Miami Vice was excellent for this. Michael Madson, Bruce Willis, Liam Neeson, John Spencer. They were all so ickle !
Also the clip showing Daniel Craig portayed Kevin Myers from american pie series on the horse incase you didn’t notice..
jack black was in demolition man before never ending story
He was in The Fall Guy before that as “Colt’s Young Friend” in 1984:
He was “Colt’s young friend” in The Fall Guy in 1984:
wow who cares?
Maniston was chubby and had a big nose,
I think people are getting confused between when someone became famous, and when they did their first role.
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