Has Gary Oldman changed his "reputation?" He used to be known as a go-to villain with roles in Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Professional, Air Force One and The Fifth Element . . . among others (awesome in True Romance). He showed a lot of range in these movies, playing different types of bad guys, but with recent good guy roles in major franchises Harry Potter and Batman, I think his legacy will be more as a versatile actor than just the go-to bad guy. The more he shows up, the more I believe he's one of the greatest actor that's ever lived.
Last edited by bigred760; 07-27-2008 at 09:34 AM..