I don’t know of anyone who would say they’re a fan of Ethan Hawke per se, but I think there are very few people who would say the opposite. I’m in the former camp – I’ve enjoyed a number of his movies and performances, but can’t quite make the leap to say I’m a fan. He’s kind of like a less-charming Kevin Bacon; solid, but lacks genuine star power. I’ve yet to see him turn in a bad performance, though, and I really like the fact he’s done so many genre movies in his long and varied career. Maybe he just has never had the best agents, maybe he just comes across as too cold and detached in many of his movies, I don’t know.
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