To honor actor and St. Louis Cardinals fan John Goodman on his 61st birthday, film editor Jason Bailey made a supercut of the large, lovable actor’s most memorable freakout moments from TV and film over at Flavorwire. Of the inspiration for this supercut, Bailey writes:
And though Mr. Goodman is a skilled and versatile actor, equally adept at slapstick and pathos, there is one specific talent that he’s particularly notable for. Like some of our other favorite actors, Goodman is especially compelling when he’s blowing his top. After the jump, a few of his most memorable bouts of bellowing, screaming, and generally going insane from 18 films and television shows.
After the jump, you can check out the video and the list of films (and Roseanne), but before you get all nervous and worried, yes – The Flintstones is included. Would have been a travesty otherwise.
The Babe (1992, Arthur Hiller)
Barton Fink (1991, Joel Coen)
Beyond the Sea (2004, Kevin Spacey)
The Big Easy (1987, Jim McBride)
The Big Lebowski (1998, Joel Coen)
Born Yesterday (1993, Luis Mandoki)
The Borrowers (1997, Peter Hewitt)
Coyote Ugly (2000, David McNally)
Death Sentence (2007, James Wan)
Evan Almighty (2007, Tom Shadyac)
Everybody’s All-American (1988, Taylor Hackford)
The Flintstones (1994, Brian Levant)
Masked and Anonymous (2003, Larry Charles)
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, Joel Coen)
Raising Arizona (1987, Joel Coen)
Roseanne (1988-1997, Various)
Treme (2010-2011, Various)
The Wrong Guys (1988, Danny Bilson)
(H/T to Laughing Squid)
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