Favorite Kiefer Movie? Pssht.....I hate only having to choose one, but after all....it is my post so, to be fair.... Anyway, I would have to say that my all time favorite Kiefer movie that I could watch over and over and over again (I already do anyway ) without getting tired and/or bored with it would have to be The Lost Boys. I mean c'mon people.....Kiefer as David? God, he's a sexy sexy man. I could honestly get lost in those vampire eyes of his.....but that's a whole 'nother topic starter.
I love Lost Boys. I'm a total vampire freak and I've been in love with Kiefer sins I
was a little kid. And Kiefer as a vampire... HOT!
But if I have to choose one movie with him I would choose Flashback.
- I would have to say Phone Booth because although we never really saw him he really played his character well. I haven't really seen many of his films but I have seen Brotherhood of Justice which must have been one of his first films and I also have Ground Control but I haven't managed to watch it yet.
No doubt. "Behind the Red Door." Kiefer challenged himself. I think Kiefer is underrated too often, but usually gives an exceptional performance even when the film does not seem to work. This was a different kind of role -- as he called it a "character study." And it was a courageous performance. "Behind the Red Door" goes beyond what we usually see. "Behind the Red Door" was very special subject and so was Kiefer's performance as a very ill man who has to come to terms with his abusive past, the murder of his mother, and with his broken relationship with his sister. I can't say enough good about this film and about Kiefer's performance. No romantic Kiefer. No stalker/killer Kiefer.
- ... and for anyone interested in these atypical subjects and want to see Kiefer take on the challenges of his craft, see "Beat." The film is more about William S. Burroughs "supposed wife" played by Courtney Love. But the people and the incidents are factual, though the film takes a long time to get there. Kiefer takes on the challenge of playing the writer, William S. Burroughs. If you know nothing about him, then Kiefer will surprise you. And if you know about Williams S. Burroughs, who was a pretty dispicable person in real life, then Kiefer will still give you a great performance.
- If I had to choose just one it definitely be Phoneboth. He was evil and funny. I liked the way he rattled Colin Farrel's characters who was just a punk. I just love the movie too in general. "Flatliners" was great too.
Oh man...I have loads! He's my favorite actor! The first movie I ever saw of his was Flatliners and I've been hooked on him ever since. But one can't help but to love Lost Boys. It's such a classic.
And Dark City! His character is so intriguing. Ooh and Phonebooth, eventhough we seem him maybe twice...his voice is all I need to consider a movie good.