Philip Seymour Hoffman is a creepy pervy jerk





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Uploaded on Feb 16, 2011

The best Screen moments of my favorite actor

Update 2/3/14:

I've never been so upset about a celeb death. I made this after a discussion with a friend about how PSH always got type cast as a sexual deviant of some kind (though aren't we all?), a huge asshole, or some form of creep. I went on youtube to look for a PSH super cut (like the Nicolas Cage one that was popular at the time) but found none, so I did it myself.

There are some obvious classic PSH moments missing from this vid. Most of them due to him saying something brilliant, but the camera not being held on him. Others just didn't fit well. And some I just plain missed.

Hoffman was already an actor I loved, but having watched every movie of his (that I could find a copy of), I gained a new appreciation for his ability to chose roles on amazing projects throughout his career. Even early on and in small roles, he almost always worked on quality films.

As an actor, Hoffman put so much thought, detail, and effort into every role he played, no matter how small. He inspired me and brought me awe every time I saw him on screen. I'm sorry it came at such a cost and I'm saddened to know that the best was yet to come from him.

The three performances not in this cut that you should absolutely see:

Synecdoche, New York
Pirate Radio (orig. title - The Boat That Rocked)
The Master


When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...