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Colin Farrell is burdened with one of the great faces among modern leading men. Pleading eyes that can be romantic one minute, cold as ice the next. A pursed mouth that can speak to his lostness or his anger, depending on the situation. All this has led to a fascinating career where he was anointed somewhat incorrectly early on as a pretty-boy action star, and has gradually proven over the years that he might be better suited to other roles — haunted romantics, brooding villains, outsize weirdos, and just plain complicated humans.

Now the two are back together, in the significantly darker and creepier but no less weird The Killing of a Sacred Deer. The credited ones, anyway; he had a couple of featured extra roles at the start of his career. American Outlaws. This might be the best Colin Farrell has ever looked in a film — floppy-haired, fresh-faced, and happy. Farrell portrays Jesse James, whom we first see as a heroic, impulsive Confederate guerilla fighting Yankee soldiers.

Remember when American movies regularly tried to depict the Confederates as the good guys? Sadly, it was not too long ago! Total Recall. Instead, he seems like a cut-rate action star cast in a big-budget remake intended to dilute this futuristic meta-journey of anything distinctive or weird.

Drinking Crude. The Recruit. As he undergoes weeks of brutal training at the Farm, our young hero has to decide whether he really wants this job.

Then, after his training, he finds himself thrust into a complicated operation rooting out a double agent, who also happens to be the woman he loves. In this early starring role, Farrell played a young American lieutenant in a Nazi POW camp who has to defend a black soldier accused of killing a racist staff sergeant.

Farrell did gain notice for the part, mainly because of his striking looks. But this is one of his weaker efforts: His acting is as drained of energy as the rest of the movie. Ask the Dust. Still, the chemistry between the two romantic leads is solid. Seven Psychopaths. After the marvelous In Bruges , Farrell and director Martin McDonagh teamed up again for this grotesquely violent meta-comedy, in which the actor plays a struggling screenwriter who winds up in the middle of a tangle of criminal scenarios as he attempts to gather material for his script.

There was an opportunity here, in this thriller about an elite, maverick Los Angeles S. But it eventually becomes a mind-numbing action film that gives its talented cast which also includes Samuel L. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. As such, his performance is … odd. Ordinary Decent Criminal.

Meanwhile, he lives with two women — his wife and her sister — and their kids, and is generally well-liked by the community. It is fun, however, to see him act opposite a very young Christoph Waltz, here playing a Dutch art expert enlisted to help fence an invaluable Caravaggio painting.

Fright Night. We know the actor can do flamboyant, but this movie takes itself — and its villain — too seriously. That said, Farrell does get a couple of inspired throwaway moments in there; watch how, in the middle of a bit of standard-issue villainous gloating, he hisses defensively as he has to avoid a random ray of sunlight.

Dead Man Down. Along the way, he also falls for his neighbor Noomi Rapace, who enlists his aid in settling some of her scores. As the weak-willed, gambling-addicted younger sibling, Farrell is all nerves and fidgets. Pride and Glory. This overheated drama about a family of NYPD cops caught up in rampant corruption boasts several excellent performances, including a very well-cast Farrell as the hard-driving, embittered, black sheep who leads a crew of cops who take out hits, deal drugs, and take payoffs.

Alternately intense and melancholy, he conveys genuine ruthlessness while also subtly humanizing this monster. Veronica Guerin. Farrell shows up for all of a minute in this drama about a real-life crusading Irish crime reporter played by Cate Blanchett. Plus, you get the sense that this is what the real Colin Farrell might have been like, once upon a time.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. As the silent, determined enforcer chasing our heroes in J. Did your theater groan as audibly as ours did when that twist came? The first thing you need to know about Solace is that its script originally started life as a sequel to the serial-killer classic Se7en. The third thing you need to know is that Colin Farrell only shows up in the final 40 minutes, as the serial killer in question — a powerful clairvoyant who is pursued and hunted down by distraught retired FBI clairvoyant Anthony Hopkins no, really.

But shocker — Farrell actually does a decent job here, swiftly making his way through reams of explanatory dialogue with just the right you guessed it intensity.

His performance as the deadly Irish villain Bullseye was one of the few high points for this misbegotten Ben Affleck superhero vehicle, a modest hit at the time that nobody — not even Affleck — likes now. Here, however, he gets to run free and be just plain weird. Again, it bears repeating: Colin Farrell should have been playing villains all along.

A Home at the End of the World. Colin Farrell as a gay baker? Sure, why not. The bulk of the film actually concerns the complicated love triangle between the two and their beautiful bohemian housemate Robin Wright , and Farrell is compelling as the innocent — the latter-day flower child who lets experience wash over him, and never really brings himself to make a decision about who he is and what he wants to be.

Plus, he looks adorable with a mane of long, flowing hair. Crazy Heart. The War Zone. He plays Buzz, the loose-cannon draftee whose anti-authoritarian ways are a direct response to his open feelings against the war, and his sheer charisma is undeniable. For all his anarchic uncontrollability, Buzz is a natural leader — someone that everyone else immediately defines himself in relation to — and Farrell is perfectly cast on that score.

London Boulevard. Our hero is also being coveted by a crime boss, and as he gets pulled further and further into this world, Farrell has to show his inner violence and anger breaking through.

Watching him try to hold it all together is both gripping and moving. Now, he has to confront his trauma and his hidden memories of the events he witnessed with the help of Spanish psychotherapist Christopher Lee! The movie itself can be uneven, but watching Farrell and Christopher Lee play off one another is wonderful.

The Beguiled. The Way Back. His accent is thick and his teeth are a mess. Horrible Bosses. He has a marvelous gift for comedy. Phone Booth. As a sleazy, lecherous publicist pinned in a Manhattan phone booth by a faceless sniper on the other end of the line, Farrell goes from smug condescension to breathless victimhood pretty effortlessly.

Miss Julie. The Killing of a Sacred Deer. After their collaboration on The Lobster , director Yorgos Lanthimos cast Farrell in yet another of his symbolic, surreal allegories.

All indications suggest that she might be a selkie, a mythical, mermaidlike creature with magical powers.

Saving Mr. This period drama about the writing of the movie version of Mary Poppins was originally presented as the Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks Show, with the former playing author P. Travers and the latter playing Walt Disney. Minority Report. The film represented an early indication of just how much real potential Farrell possessed. Miami Vice. Sort of. There are still plenty of people who would disagree violently with that statement.

I will no doubt be hearing from them soon. But this is phenomenal casting. Their onscreen chemistry is incredible, even as it seems so unlikely. The Lobster. Here was the first sign that Yorgos Lanthimos had cracked the code on Colin Farrell.

But by leaning into that sense of woeful desperation, Lanthimos turns Farrell into a wonderfully deadpan comic force, which just happens to be perfect for this highly allegorical comedy-drama about a world in which people are transformed into animals unless they can find romantic partners within a set period of time. Who thought Farrell could have been such a minimalist? The New World. Until finally, he is baffled by the very mystery of life, love, and death.

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Barry Egan Twitter Email. Some movie stars, when their multi-million dollar budget film comes out, have a glass of Chardonnay and enjoy the moment. In , when Oliver Stone's epic Alexander was released, Colin Farrell received such a critical mauling for his performance in the title role that he got drunk out of his mind and vanished on a plane to Lake Tahoe. Thirteen years on, Colin Farrell has no need to hide from the critics ever again.

Following on from director Yorgos Lanthimos's The Lobster two years ago, he has just made one of the best films of his life and of the year with the spookily compelling The Killing of a Sacred Deer, also by Lanthimos. In it, heart surgeon Steven Murphy played with a chilling detachment by Colin finds himself faced with a choice of killing a member of his family after being cursed by year-old Martin played by Barry Keoghan whose father died on Colin's operating table a few years previously.

Instead of filing a malpractice claim, Martin brings horror to the idyllic middle-class home of Steven and his equally detached wife Anna played by Nicole Kidman instead. It transpires that Steven had a couple of drinks before he performed the open-heart surgery on the boy's father that resulted in his death.

I think we can all agree on that! Having had an understanding that Martin's curse on the whole family is actually taking hold, he says a surgeon can never kill a patient. Later on, his anaesthesiologist friend says, 'A surgeon can kill a patient but an anaesthesiologist never can'. I think those two lines, rewritten by each character to relate to their own individual perspective, represent the pessimism that people are in it for their own good; that people are looking out for number one.

And I'm not saying that the director [Yorgos Lanthimos] believes that as a blanket rule Does Colin believe that people are only out for themselves?

I believe the majority of the time, yes, but I think there are always exceptions. I don't think there is one rule over every single person on the planet. I think choice comes into it. Colin's character kills, or sacrifices, his son. We have always looked for context in mythology, and the Bible to me is one of the great mythological books that has ever been written.

I see it as allegory. The idea of sacrifice has always been a huge theme in the human experience, and there is no greater sacrifice than in this case the father taking the life of his child in the belief that there would be some resultant purification.

That's where Martin's heart very much is. He is a very prideful man. He carries himself as if he is a God. He feels every day that he is cradling the creation of human life, the human heart, so that he can perform surgery. Let me tell you. I am God! Is Colin religious? I have a mishmash of this and the other.

I do believe in something that is bigger than us. To someone who is atheist they would say that is a cop out. But I think there are other realms.

I think there are greater things than the eye can see or the brain can even comprehend, especially when we are only using 10pc of the brain's capability. So we can only comprehend what we can comprehend," Colin adds. I am completely fine that there are complexities and mysteries that are way beyond the understanding of any human being. Having said that, I don't find science and religion to be a dividing force. I think they can go hand in hand. In terms of his artistic, rather than spiritual evolution, does Colin feel he has gone through a transformation with indie movies like The Lobster and The Killing of a Sacred Deer?

From the inside of it, it is really not so much [that]," he explains, meaning it is reductive to see his career as action hero box office hell to salvation in indie hipsterdom. The work I am doing now is less physical. It is deeper. From the outside looking in. But for the sculptor, who is creating the sculpture, it happens bit by bit, step by step. You arrive wherever you arrive as a result of a thousand choices and happenstances.

So for me it is like the grandmother not seeing the grandchild for five years. The size of you! I don't see the change that you have asked me about as such," he says meaning metamorphosis. Did you need to kill Colin Farrell, the big movie star, the big action movie star, in order that Colin Farrell could live?

He laughs. I rose very quickly through the ranks and had a lot of commercial success very early and couldn't make head nor tail of it. I did a couple of big films that didn't work. Truly fundamentally," he says. I was working with the likes of Martin McDonagh is an extraordinary director obviously," he says. I'd heard that Colin after the critically beating of Miami Vice and Alexander in believed his presence in In Bruges would be a negative one and, as such, didn't want to do it. Is that story accurate?

People are going to come into the cinema - if they come in, that is; they might stay away! He said in a interview in GQ magazine looking back on the deeply troubled period after Miami Vice and Alexander: "I didn't want to die. But I didn't want to live. How did he get his belief back as a human being, not as a movie star? It certainly benefited me to go back. To reverse the clock a little bit. Hold on a second. I did that. Where was I? What was I doing when I was a kid?

Why did I do that? All that kind of jazz," he explains. All that fear and all you went through is pretty normal, I say to him, except you did it in front of the eyes of the world. And having an addiction and not knowing as a man what to do in a male-dominated society that puts worth and high value on emotions of alpha behaviour and pack mentalities and such. So, I had a look back and it was very garden variety stuff and I started dealing with it. That's all. It was in the past. When I met Martin [McDonagh] I was in a bit of fog and I had to understand myself and have a relationship, I suppose, with my own discomfort.

Why did Colin decide to enter rehab after Miami Vice finished filming in ? I was done. For a long time I put the brakes on.

For a long time. I could go mad for three, six months, and then I could pull back for a few months to try to re-enter the atmosphere. I couldn't find the handbrake. In , after Joel Schumacher cast him in Tigerland, and then Phone Booth in , the young Irish Brando from Castleknock who after studying at the Gaiety School of Acting went on to appear in Ballykissangel in after mercifully missing out on Boyzone was suddenly one of the biggest box-office draws internationally.

The brooding bad-boy of Hollywood was soon, inevitably, bent on self-destruction - he was swimming in a movie-star pool of booze, class A drugs, beautiful women and self-loathing and endless black-outs. He seemed like a young obituary, like Heath Ledger in , waiting to happen. Farrell didn't believe in self-censorship he once told Playboy magazine in an interview that "heroin is fine in moderation" or anything remotely self-nurturing.

Is it true that when he came out of rehab, in the months afterwards, his mother kept expecting to get a phone call saying that her son was dead? I don't think that was when I came out if rehab. When I came out of rehab that was the best sleep she had in 15 years! Go up on hikes. I go into nature a lot, man. I go into nature a lot. I go on road trips and go to the cinema and hang out with my kids," he says. Colin has his two sons. His first son, James Padraig, was born in - James's mother is the model Kim Bordenave - his second son, Henry, with his ex, Alicja Bachleda-Curus, is eight years old.

I just live. I just live it without being poison the way I was poison for years. I am not talking Hollywood. Hollywood is a state of being and also a zip code. But Los Angeles is a very forgiving city. You can be whatever you want.

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