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  • DerekH
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    I really liked Mission Impossible 4 Ghost Protocol's style choices. Watches, too, were real slick.

    http://clothesonfilm.com/michael-kap...rotocol/23716/

    http://astorandblackblog.com/2012/01...host-protocol/

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  • printyra
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    Mad Men.

    Any of the Daniel Craig Bond films.

    RDJ is well dressed in the Iron Man movies.

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  • Matt Sasco
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    500 Days of Summer all the way

    But does anybody watch the new Hannibal series on NBC? Hannibal dresses very well (except buttoning both jacket buttons and really huge tie knots, but it might just be a statement)

    Also: Mad Men, come oooon!

    As far as movies go: A Single Man very nice, but not surprising, Tom Ford directing.

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  • scrambledpotato
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    Gosling in (well, everything) Crazy Stupid Love is my "ideal". Carell wears the typical menswear according to most stores, so seeing the contrast between ill-fitting and overly casual clothes vs. someone who understands fit and finish is pretty stark.

    I can't think of a more perfect visual metaphor for this site than most of the scenes between them.

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  • JGL
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    Oceans 11 (original Rat Pack version)

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  • Deke
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    Originally posted by Cannon View Post
    I'll add The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
    I think I may have said this on here before, but I wish I lived somewhere cold enough to own Craig's wardrobe in that movie.

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  • RiveDroit
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    500 Days of Summer was good for a few ideas. I recently watched the Untouchables and Costner and even Connery's getups were cool (Armani did the suiting).

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  • Cannon
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    I'll add The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) and SkyFall, both of which I've seen since posting.

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  • Avie
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    My favourites are Casino Royale, Man on the Moon, Harry Potter (chamber of secrets), mission impossible, paranormal activity, scream and scream again.

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  • Albert
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    Hello??? CASABLANCA!!


    Everything Bogart wears is fire.

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  • Wispa
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    @Paul Is that a raincoat?

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  • paul_leason
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    American Psycho... duhh...


    I win

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  • jason_carreira
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    Oceans 11,12,13


    Inception's wardrobe was amazing though, especially Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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  • Cannon
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    Casino Royale

    Quantum of Solace

    Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1

    An Education

    The Tree of Life


    And I'll agree with you on (only other one on your list I have seen is Wall Street, which I wouldn't put on a best list, but it is fine):


    Inception

    500 Days of Summer

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  • LesserBlackDog
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    I just saw Dream House last week. The performances were strong but the movie was fairly horrible. Regardless, Daniel Craig's wardrobe had some pretty good examples of cool casual stuff. Part of that, though, is that basically anything looks good on you when you're that built.


    I'm having trouble thinking of other movies at the moment, particularly since a lot of the movies I like are either old or set in some time period not our own. I agree about Inception, though. As I recall, the Joseph Gordon Levitt character was the best-dressed in the film.

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