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Definitely The Dark Horse! Incredible acting!
Cliff Curtis is a brillant actor and being one of ours we are very proud!His best role The Dark Horse
Has to be The Dark Horse. I was this close to saying Whale Rider. Can’t wait to see him in the Walking Dead spinoff.
Missed this at the cinema so would be great to win a copy to watch with the family.
Have yet to watch a bad Cliff Curtis film.
My kind of film!
Die Hard 4
For me his best movie would have to Whale Rider!!!
Once Were Warriors
Dark Horse – thought this movie was excellent 🙂
Push, he was so in character, very good method actor
Whale rider for sure
Boy and Whale Rider are awesome movies but Dark Horse stands out by far.
Once were warriors is a classic!
I haven’t seen him in this, so I would have to say Whale Rider at this point.
I love Boy 🙂
Love Cliff Curtis. Whale Rider is my favourite so far, but he is brilliant in whatever he does.
Of the movies I have seen I would pick Whale Rider. I have yet to see The Dark Horse.
Collateral Damage… he played a “baddie” a real contrast to his role in Dark Horse!
The Dark Horse – brilliant acting
The Dark Horse – great movie and great acting
Live Free or Die Hard
Definitely home turf movies – Once were Warriors being his catapult to international exposure
Not a film I know but I thought he did a brilliant job in the recently finished Gang Related (which no doubt helped him get the leading role in The Walking Dead spin-off)
A great movie for dispelling myths I would think … .
I’m fond of gang related but thats not a film so i’ll say A Thousands Words
The Whale Rider
Definitely the Dark Horse, amazing!!
It has to be whale rider.
Whale Rider still one of his best, back when he was just starting out.
When I think of him I think of uncle Bully. Once Were Warriors.
It has to be Once Were Warriors.I hated his character so much, he is an awesome actor!
I haven’t seen The Dark Horse yet, that’s whyh I want the DVD. He was pretty awesome in Once Were Warriors.
Will look forward to it
What a great present this will be
Blow please, thank you.
He’s great in all his movies, but I particularly liked Once Were Warriors………. he was very “bad” in that one.
Chess addict since the age of 8 when I first learnt to play, so this movie has to be the one for me.
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Definitely The Dark Horse! Incredible film…..
I have been a chess addict since I first learnt to play aged 8 and also have worked as a disability support worker for the disabled. This movie is definitely for me!
Whale Rider for me but to be honest he does a brilliant job of every movie he makes.
THE WHALE RIDER
Once were Warriors, but after reading the credits and reviews of The Dark Horse maybe I will change my mind once I see the film.
WHALE RIDER – amazing movie
Dark Horse by far
Once Were Warriors!
Would love too watch this, heard so many great things about it.
Definitely 10,000BC. I wanted to watch it for such a long time, it was just after my youngest sister was born, what a day that was for a 5 year old. My dad was working making oak tables using traditional dovetail joints, which gave a beautiful fit-less finish, especially with oil. So in conclusion, ive never seen the film, but I would like to, please give me some free shit
My kids and I watched this and loved it! Very similar to “Boy” I could watch it over and over so hope we win!!
I’m sure this film will be once I’ve seen it – but until then Die Hard 4
the dark horse, an inspiring film
Once were warriors. 🙂
Boy another kiwi classic.
The Dark Horse for sure!
once were warriors he acted as Uncle Bully a notorious character he played the part well which Im sure was not easy acting as a rapist of a young girl.
Heard this is really worth watching
the dark horse
The Whale Rider. Haven’t seen, The Dark Horse, yet.
The Dark Horse is inspiring and brilliant acting as well!!
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