Friday, March 26, 2010

Goshh! :Top Ten Coolest Movie Voices of all Time

10. Morgan Freeman
He voices God, supplies Batman with his nifty gadgets, and has one of hollywoods most entrancing voices.

9. Christopher Lee
Willy Wonka's papa, The white bad wizard in Lord of the Rings, and now the Jabberwocky.
The dude has a seriously creepy voice.

8. Jude Law
Um British! Nuff said. And he is Lemony Snickett and Watson. It really doesn't get better than that.

7. Pee-Wee Herman
You still bust up when from out of his little grey suit and bow tie belts "I'M TRYING TO USE THE PHONE!" or asks Mr. Breakfast if he would like some Mr. T cereal. One of the best character voices ever.

6. Christopher Walken
Apparently developed his unique halting way of speaking by removing the punctuation out of his scripts when he was learning his lines so you. can imagine what. that might do. to the way you speak.

5. Jimmy Stuart
One of the most iconic hollywood voices the stuttering Stuart is dramatic and cool. Plus who can forget those blue eyes?

4. Napoleon Dynamite
He can say whatever he freaking wants to, gosh! What would you do in a situation like that? Jon Header stars in his first film, one of the most quotable movies ever.

3. J. Peterman

Okay, so not really a person, but definitely makes the Seinfeld character. "Elaine, do you know what happens to a butter based frosting when it sits in a poorly ventilated basement for several decades? Well I think is about to happen to you is punishment enough. DISMISSED!"

2. James Earl Jones
On top of playing a lion king, a sixties pacifist, and a blind baseball guru, he is Darth Vadar. Yeah. Thats Right.

1. Vincent Price
The iconic horror film star was honored by Tim Burton in a short stop motion animation film accompanied with a seusian-dipped-in-poe poem:

Vincent Malloy is seven years old
He’s always polite and does what he’s told
For a boy his age, he’s considerate and nice
But he wants to be just like Vincent Price

Vincent Price himself narrated the cute little homage and did a sort of cameo as the Inventor in Edward Scissorhands.

Honorable Mentions are:

Julia Childs
Very iconic voice- very loud and very American. Who talks like that?