Live Poll: Here's Looking at You!

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Very few actors can say so much with just a stare. These actors and actresses have that gift. Just what's on their mind when they do it is anyone's guess. Some say the director of photography or the director her/himself is responsible for some of the most memorable shots. But suffice it to say these actors and actresses probably spent hours in front of a mirror just practicing like any good musician would. Practice makes perfect. These are the very best at it. Who is your favorite?

List :https://www.imdb.com/list/ls047239611/
Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/aeGz_gY72vo/
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  • like someone is staring at me. Is that you Mona?

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I think you're asking who is my favorite actor (of those listed) for facial expressions and stares and not just favorite actor in general? Well, actually, either way, Jodie Foster - with Jack Nicholson in second. (Or do you mean whose specific expression that is shown?)

'A few suggestions:

1.) I'd omit "These are the very best at it" (or at least change it to something like "These are some of the best at it"). That's a tough claim even if the whole list was the likes of Meryl Streep, Marlon Brando, and Robert De Niro but, with actors like Aaron Spelling and Arnold Schwarzeneger, it seems like an understatement to say it's an overstatement. Perhaps you mean the single shots along and not the actors but that is as much of a stretch to say the least so I'd just cut that sentence (it's not necessary) or at least modify it a bit.

2.) The name of the actor is under most of the options but a few have the name of the film, instead (like 'Lawrence of Arabia'). I think it would be less confusing if it were consistent. 

: ) Thanks. 
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If they get declined I have 1000 by 1000 which is higher quality and still fit the proportion.
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Another problem now that I see it is he is looking at the ground. Not "Here's Looking at You"...........