This week on The Collision, we talk about the career of Philip Seymour Hoffman. A couple hours before we were set to record, we learned about the great actor’s death, and so instead of talk about last week’s news items regarding Super Bowl ads and Batman/Superman, we wanted to celebrate Hoffman’s work. During out conversation, we look over his diverse filmography, what specifically made him such a gifted actor, and how he left a distinct mark on all of his movies. As for our recommendations, we point out two of his performances that may have been lost in the shuffle of a fantastic, yet all-too-brief career.
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Adam’s Recommendation: Charlie Wilson’s War
Matt’s Recommendation: Doubt