Michael holds a BA in Biology with a minor in Philosophy. He likes to spend his free time hiking and defending science, though not usually at the same time. Contrary to popular (but not scientific) belief, the positive and appropriate perception of science is undermined by religion, alternative medicine, the U.S. education system, and most science journalists.
See more 20th-century film. I can’t recommend any particular acting, as I don’t think of it that way, preferring to judge each whole film as a unit, but there’s excellent acting throughout film’s first century, and TV’s first half-century. I was pleasantly surprised, when I veered off from the stuff I was forced to watch in high-school, and looked for myself.
Ledger did an interesting turn as The Joker, but Mark Hamill on the animated series owned that role fully. :)