“No Small Parts”: Jesse Plemons Takes “Game Night” to Hilarious and Disturbing Places

Kevin: We don’t often write about comedies here at Tough Guy Digest, because it’s difficult to know what else to say beyond that if something made you laugh then it was successful, and if it didn’t then it wasn’t. And what people find funny can wildly differ, since for every one genius who recognizes the … Continue reading “No Small Parts”: Jesse Plemons Takes “Game Night” to Hilarious and Disturbing Places

“No Small Parts”: Billy Bob Thornton Just Wants to Feel Good About Himself in Steven Seagal’s “On Deadly Ground”

Kevin: After years of being typecast in stereotypical hillbilly parts, Billy Bob Thornton finally had to write himself a role worthy of his talents in “One False Move,” a small indie film co-starring the late Bill Paxton that Gene Siskel picked as the best film of 1992. Four years later Thornton again surprised audiences with his … Continue reading “No Small Parts”: Billy Bob Thornton Just Wants to Feel Good About Himself in Steven Seagal’s “On Deadly Ground”

“No Small Parts”: Celebrating 20 Years of Alfred Molina’s Awesome Mix Tape #6 in “Boogie Nights”

Kevin: We kicked off our “No Small Parts” series by saluting Kim Coates’ turn as the henchman who tries to play a game of “Light or Punch?” with Bruce Willis in “The Last Boy Scout;” it did not go well for him. We were going to next highlight the S.T. (Still Fat) version of Billy … Continue reading “No Small Parts”: Celebrating 20 Years of Alfred Molina’s Awesome Mix Tape #6 in “Boogie Nights”

The “No Small Parts” Series Begins with Kim Coates Seriously Trying Bruce Willis’ Patience in “The Last Boy Scout”

Kevin: They say there are no small parts, just small actors. Actually the actors who usually say this are probably bitter that they can’t get bigger parts, but that doesn’t make it any less true, which is why Tough Guy Digest is celebrating the scene-stealers who made a lasting impression in just a few minutes … Continue reading The “No Small Parts” Series Begins with Kim Coates Seriously Trying Bruce Willis’ Patience in “The Last Boy Scout”