My mom worked with James Garner as a stylist on some ads he was in back in the 80’s. She said he & Jim Coburn were the nicest actors she worked with, consummate pros devoid of ego or attitude.
But which was better in the sack?
What did the empty chair say about Donald Sutherland?
Nice to look back at a time when actors could have an easy charm and not depend on abs and pecs to secure their way into franchise films.
Had another look at the Notebook last night. Garner is pretty much single-handedly responsible for elevating the film out of TV movie of the week territory (it’s an unfortunate reminder of Gosling’s shortcomings as a leading man). That look of visceral anger mixed with grief on Garner’s face when Rowlands digresses before his eyes temporarily makes the movie taste raw and real.
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