Soon, Joaquin Phoenix, seen as a war veteran in You were never really here. These nine prachtvertolkingen are already on his account (and that last we forget best).
To Die For (1995)
Just as his early dead brother River peaked Joaquin Phoenix for the first time in a film by Gus Van Sant. In this black comedy gets a hyperambitieuze tv presenter (Nicole Kidman), the very young Phoenix as a fool for her husband to kill.
The Yards (2000)
Mark Wahlberg plays an ex-convict from a New York city in this ill-fated crime film of stylist James Gray. In one of his false friends to recognize the Phoenix, who stars in Grays three subsequent films got.
Phoenix shows with the Roman emperor Commodus how you a sinister villain plays without schmieren and is rewarded with an Oscar nomination for best supporting actor.
Walk the Line (2005)
Phoenix sums up the darkness and the tragedy of Johnny Cash, and again Oscar nominated, this time for best actor.
We Own the Night (2007)
James Grays black misdaadkroniek about two New York brothers who are diametrically opposed to each other. The oldest (Mark Wahlberg) works as well as his father for the police. The youngest (Phoenix) of the night.
Two Lovers (2008)
Phoenix plays a bipolar and suicidal thirty-something who falls for girl next door Gwyneth Paltrow. Who their scene on the roof not heart-rending, not heart.
I’m Still Here (2010)
In 2009 there was Phoenix, an ugly beard, and he made himself harm if laughing was his intention to use it as a hip hop artist. It turned out to be a performance to go for a mockumentary by Casey Affleck. No one saw the joke in that.
The Master (2012)
P. T. Anderson movie about a confused war veteran who was the right hand of a charismatic praatjesmaker. Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman share in Venice, the prize for best actor. Again delivers a nomination Phoenix no Oscar.
Spike Jonze makes up in this sf movie about the ups and downs of the relationships between a vercomputerde man (Phoenix) and its humanized computer.
Inherent Vice (2014)
Phoenix gives in this Book-film from P. T. Anderson weight to ‘Doc’ Sportello: 25% Bogart in The Big Sleep, 25 percent of Bridges in The Big Lebowski, and for the rest a to patchouli fragrant creature of the ontsporende seventies.