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Kai's Top 10 Movie Cameos

Kai of ManILoveFilms writes:
I don’t know about you but I love cameos. Mainly for a couple of reasons.

For one, a cameo in a film can provide a powerful moment, a meaning that extends beyond the film it resides in or, more often than not, a memorable instant of comic relief. Second, and more importantly, when you see someone big enough to be recognized show up in a film, chances are you’re watching a pretty good flick. Good enough that a notable celebrity would lend their time to be in that film even if just for a moment.

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JL4094d ago (Edited 4094d ago )

I love Bob Saget's cameo in Half Baked. That was hilarious. "I seen him!" lol That has to be one of the funniest cameos I've ever seen.

Neil Patrick Harris in Harold and Kumar was just legen...wait for it...dary! He's hilarious in there.

I do really like Walken's part in Pulp Fiction, too. Great/hilarious scene. Of course, I wouldn't consider that a cameo so much as just a bit role. Good nonetheless.

One that kinda falls in line with the whole Stan Lee cameos: I always enjoy trying to find Hitchcock making his cameo in his movies. You know he's in a lot of them. It becomes like a little Where's Waldo? type of game.

Also, Tarantino's bit parts in his movies are always good. His scene in Pulp Fiction is classic.

gmanreviews4094d ago

I love discovering Tarantino's cameo in Inglorious Basterds, esp since it took me a couple times to spot it.

Defectiv3_Detectiv34094d ago

Something tells me if the Keith Richards cameo in PoTC wasn't so badly spoiled it would have made this list.

alycakes4093d ago

Stan Lee's are my favorite of course but Tarantino's small parts here and there are classic too.

John Romita Jr. said they wrote and gave him a cameo in his Kick Ass movie and he was so pleased and excited to do it......then they cut the part out. He was so disappointed.