One comment on “Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

  1. Nice tribute, guys. I remember the first time I became aware of Hoffman was in “Scent of a Woman” as the snobby George Willis, Jr. That character was so arrogant and yet so fearful and he played it perfectly. So much in fact that I actually remember his performance over Chris O’Donnell’s. Hoffman was always so captivating and interesting in whatever he did. It’s a shame that he’s gone so early.

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