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Dustin Hoffman

The emergence of Dustin Hoffman in 1967 heralded the arrival of a new era of Hollywood stardom. Diminutive, wiry and unassuming, he was anything but the usual matinee idol, yet he quickly distinguished himself among the most popular and celebrated screen performers of his generation. A notoriously difficult talent famous for his battles with directors as well as his total immersion in his performances, Hoffman further battled against stereotypes by accepting roles which cast him firmly as an antihero,… Show more

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Jan 29, 2008 - rareexception
I heard Mr. Magorium's bombed!!?

No stars of Hoffman for that poor showing. Not one of his films has been a disappointment (okay... maybe Mad City but that might have been Travolta's fault right?) His impersonation work is engrossing (Hook, Rain Main) and presence on film indisputable. Aha! one star off for Meet the Fockers... funny film but I couldn't stand watching him in that role.

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