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Vincent D’Onofrio’s Five Favorite Films | Rotten Tomatoes

Vincent D’Onofrio’s Five Favorite Films | Rotten Tomatoes New Gameplay – https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw If there was any doubt that Vincent D’Onofrio was serious about film, you only have to listen to him talk about his favorite movies. The versatile actor who has starred in projects as varied as ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ ‘Men in Black,’ and ‘The Cell,’ not to mention his acclaimed turn as Wilson Fisk in Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ series, got behind the camera for his second directorial effort with ‘The Kid,’ a coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of the Wild West. Ahead of the film’s release, D’Onofrio gave RT his Five Favorite Films, and unsurprisingly, they were just as diverse as his resumé, ranging from an imaginative animated classic to a staple of early 1970s cinema and a pair of very different satires. Check out the interview for the full list.

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