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Monday, 2 April 2012

Is Vincent D'Onofrio a Bad Boy?

A-Z Blogging Challenge
"B" is for Bad Boy


Some seem to think so and at times so do I.   Vincent has this careless way of throwing out the F-bomb that just makes my heart skip a beat.  He swaggers into a room and internal alarms sound.   I take one glance at his expression and posture (one hand in his pocket, loose hips and feet set apart) and deduce that he is a wild child at heart.  And oh yeah, I want a bite of that.  Not that I really need to explain myself--you’ve probably been brought to your knees on at least one occasion by a rebellious dude who’s so damn sexy. 

Research from the University of British Columbia confirms our obsession.  They studied 1,000 participants and woman rated the “bad-boy” look to be the most captivating in comparison to guys who where “happy to please”.    We're more drawn to a man who promises to rip our clothes off with his teeth as opposed to promising us breakfast with roses in bed  



In Vincent’s movies he’s played a couple bad boys and for me, they are some of his more memorable characters.  For example there’s Moriarty from Sherlock:Case of Evil, Officer Steckler from Strange Days, Ashton from The Thirteenth Floor and Cholo from The Naked Tango. 


Not to mention Bobby Goren when he gets enraged and indignant , nothing sends the fireworks flying more.  I love me some “Angry Bobby”.  Bobby Goren is a rule breaker and a risk taker.  I love it that he’s not afraid to go against the grain. 






But in all honesty, I don't think Vincent's a bad guy at all. He's done a lot of good. He supports the Utah Meth Cops Project, is spokesman for The National Law Enforcement Museum , and teaches aspiring film makers at the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute  to be the best that they can be. But he can sure play one hell of a bad guy. 
















Look for "Chained", from director Jennifer Lynch coming soon. Vincent plays another bad boy in this movie. One of his most "darkest" roles, he says.



18 comments:

  1. Chained will be out June 14th???????

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  2. My apologies Miex, June 14th 2011 was the press release date from Envision. Thanks for keeping me on my toes.

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  3. Hey! Nice blog :) I'm not sure I knew who this was before I found you but I'm looking him up now :) Well I guess I'll find all I need right here, maybe :)

    Good luck with the A - Z challenge! I liked this post on bad boys! It was interesting to hear that we girls are choosing them over nice guys!

    Nikki – inspire nordic

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  4. The older I get, the more I love bad boys. I think I was born at age 87.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog through the A-Z Challenge. What a great opportunity to find new and exciting talent.

    Following!

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  5. I love Vincent D'Onofrio! Thanks for your comment on my blog! Good luck with the A-Z Challenge!

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  6. Wonderful, Bev! Now, you know how I feel about bad boys, but you certainly do make a compelling argument!!

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  7. Your blog and post remind me of my blog friend JoJo from Tahoma Beadworks and Photography. She loves Vinny too. Visiting from A to Z challenge and thanks for following my blog and for your comment. Following you back.

    A Ladybug's Life

    Sonnia

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  8. I love him! He's fantastic in CI. Following your blog and looking forward to reading more of your posts :)

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  10. Always the strong characters are what cause more attraction, of course angry Goren want to eat this whole bad man's characters assumed by Vincent does not mean he was wrong, contrary to both the telepectador convinced by the excellent actor.Todo otherwise it is a very good person and he seems very calm.

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  11. Oh yeah! He is a great actor! Enjoyed your post and thanks for stopping by! It is always nice to meet someone new but especially someone that appreciates barns!
    until next time... nel

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  12. Bad boy, good boy, he's a hunk and that's enough for me!

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  13. I don't think Vincent's a bad boy at all. Maybe when he was young but not now, he's always been so focused on his craft.

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  14. I certainly have a thing for bad boys and married a reformed one, but when I think of Vincent I can only think of the "Edgar suit." I would love to get a new impression of him.

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  15. Thank you for your kind words on my site.

    I kinda had a crush on Vincent before he had his teeth fixed. Crooked was a better look for him!

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  16. I clicked your link at an A to Z Blog comment and it brought me to your site. It works so I guess you know how it's done.


    Lee
    An A to Z Co-Host
    Tossing It Out

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  17. Nothing wrong with a little mischeivous fun.

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  18. Thank you Arlee, the third try was the charm.

    Gail @ There was something about his crooked teeth that added to his personality. There's more fans that feel the same way.

    Kela @ Thanks for the follow. Looking forward to getting to know you better.

    Ach de Leiber @ Thanks for the follow. I so enjoyed your blog as well.

    Sonnia @ I absolutely know JoJo of Tacoma Beadworks. Met her on the bloggershpere 2 years ago over Vincent. Adore her. <3

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