Favorite John Cusack movie.
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Say Anything, Gross Pointe Blank, Serendipity, Sixteen Candles, High F, The Grifters, Better off Dead, Pushing Tin, Americas Sweet Hearts
But really I love them all for a different reasons. Hard to pick one!
I heart John Cusack.
The Sure Thing. One of the best road AND Christmas movies ever made. Daphne Zuniga and Cusack were perfectly cast and had tons of chemistry. I still love that film, even though the basic premise is pretty crappy.
Stand by MeBetter of DeadHigh FidelitySay AnythingSure ThingMidnight in the Garden..
Basically all of them!
Way to many to narrow it down to just a couple…
Say Anything. Loved Lloyd Dobler
16 Candles for his cuteness and the way he executed that small role with hilarity.
Bullets Over Broadway. Don't speak!! John Cusack & Dianne Wiest–I'm in.
Better off Dead and Sixteen Candles
OMG…how could I forget this one!! I love that movie…especially his chemistry with my girl crush Kate B!!
He is one of my all-time favorite crushes …not sure why because he's not even that cute but there is something about him that I love!! With that being said… Better Off Dead! And I love the song "Arrested by You" by Rupert Hines from the movie. 🙂
NapAssasin, +1. Love that movie.
I came in here just to make sure someone put The Sure Thing. It's a really underrated film. My family and I got such a kick out of it and always quote it, especially the Christmas bar scene and the monologue about why Nick is the best name for the fakebaby. My poor sister, Nikki. She was tortured by us.
High Fidelity. The End.
Say Anything, High Fidelity, and 1408
I also loved Con Air. Yep.
Grosse point blank!
Say Anything. PERIOD.
Midnight In The Garden Of Good and Evil.
And I don't think Kevin Spacey was playing a role, either. I think the director probably just had him behave naturally.
Better Off Dead closely followed by Con Air in which I don't think John had all that much on screen time, yet Nick Cage looks friggin HOT in this movie so whenever it rolls around on the tube-I watch.
@worst – he was engaged to Neve Campbell for awhile but they got married.
Had a couple of drinks with him sitting at a sports bar watching the Cubs. He was waiting for Neeve and I acted like I didn't know who he was–just the guy next to me at the bar waiting for our dates. He was friendly, but that may have been the beer and the fact the Cubs were winning. Oh, and SAY ANYTHING.
Better off Dead
Grosse Point Blank!! love that one:)
Grosse Point Blank… just watched it again on DVD 2 weeks ago – I do so love me some JC
Sixteen Candles, because he's barely in it.
Is he straight or gay? Who has he ever dated?
While John Cusack was in Sixteen Candles, it wasn't a John Cusack movie. It is one of my favorite movies ever made, and it was a Molly Ringwald/Anthony Michael Hall movie. His sister Joan, has a much more memorable role, and one of the funniest movie scenes ever at the drinking fountain. My favorite John Cusack movie, one that he carried, is OBVIOUSLY Say Anything.
Better Off Dead
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
I don't really count Sixteen Candles because his part was pretty small (but he was funny in it).
Grosse Point Blank then The Sure Thing.
None. Can't stand him.
It's a tie between "The Sure Thing" and "Better Off Dead"He's so cute too. He gets a pass from me.
It's so hard to pick one but I think High Fidelity takes it for me closely followed by Say Anything.
Grosse Pointe Blank. He was inexplicable hot in that movie.
FrenchGirl, I agree that it's surprising there aren't more blinds about him … because (Ted C readers, help me out) doesn't he have an armpit fetish?
"Identity". One of the greatest movies of all time.
I may not like all of the movies he's been in but I usually like him IN the movie.
I'd have to say High Fidelity and Midnight are my favorites but Malkovich is right behind those 2. Haven't seen the Poe movie yet.
Must love dogs!
Sure Thing, Grifters. It's a toss up between those two. Gene Hackman or Anjelica Houston. Those two are both #1 for me!
High Fidelity. Top Five list of…
I'm loving the love for Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil — I didn't think anyone but me appreciated (and/or stayed awake) during that movie. But from the growing up perspective, of course it's Better Off Dead. Two dollars is classic, but let's not forget French bread, French fries and French dressing. Or "He put his testicles on me."
Better off Dead, natcherly!
No one, I hate this dipshit.If I had to chose, Con Air, because his character is way surpassed by all the others.
Better Off Dead, no question.
Grosse Pointe Blank and High Fidelity
Still use that line!!!!!
1408Say anythingGrosse Pointe Blank