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RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman

CAPOTEI remember the first time I ever saw Phillip Seymour Hoffman.  He portrayed a storm chaser with Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt in a little blockbuster film called  “Twister”.  I thought, “Wow…this guy is really interesting” and I couldn’t tell if he had a crazy, natural acting ability or the director pulled someone off the street.

In fact, Hoffman was an NYU Tisch School of the Arts graduate armed with so much talent that one couldn’t ignore him if they wanted to.

This is why his death this past Sunday was such a blow to the industry, friends and family.  One would have no idea that such a brilliant artist would have been covering up such a dark addiction of epic proportions—heroin.  As I write this column, it was reported that four men hade been arrested regarding contributing to the actors demise.

However, instead of focusing on the tragedy of his career, let’s celebrate him instead…

Attached are some links to some of my favorite Hoffman films…TWISTER, THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY & CAPOTE (for which he won a Best Actor Academy Award).

R.I.P. Phillip…hope you are giving a hell of an angelic master class with the best of them.

THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY

TWISTER

I love, love love movies, watching them and discussing them...thus the birth of The Curvy Film Critic!!! If you missed my posts here you can also catch them at www.OnAirWithTonySweet.com and AAFCA.com. Be on the lookout for my film review new show on BHL Online - Black Tomatoes owned by E! Bews Correspondent Maria Menounos premiering June 2017. If you like what you read please shout me out via #thecurvycritic and as always, thanks for supporting a sista' and see you on the red carpet!

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