ROBERT DOWNEY JR IN HIS AL PACINO T SHIRT

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Two big movies opened the Toronto Film Festival – one starring Robert Downey Jr, and the other starring Al Pacino (seen on Downey’s shirt.) Barry Levinson directed “The Humbling” starring Al as an egotistical theater actor on the skids who awkwardly falls for a friend’s daughter played by Greta Gerwig. The audience found it hilarious. Downey’s movie is called “The Judge” and he’s finally got a real acting role – he plays a lawyer who goes back to Indiana to defend his father, a respectable judge, on a murder charge. Nice to see (above) he hasn’t lost his sense of humor.

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News

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Posted by Janet on September 7, 2014

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  1. By mister baja
    On September 7, 2014 at

    robert suffers Alzheimer so now & then…………

  2. By Bill
    On September 9, 2014 at

    Take a good look at him as doesn’t he look like a younger Eric Clapton.. My guess, he probably went to his rehab and well. They say , act like people you admire. Course, look at Eric choice of women over the years he sure made them sound easy. Probably, went to the same place as Charlie Sheen went, up there in Chicago….. Clearly, must be the dog track of sorts.

    Harvey is out of the way, just remember to lock your doors driving thru it.

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