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  • You can also imagine maybe John Wayne is the best play.

  • Well, is this a dagger I see before?

  • May Welcome Toe Watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Best impressions in movies on these shoes.

  • Did you puke on my shoes?

  • Don't bring around the cloud to rain on my parade.

  • Hello, pretty lady.

  • I'm the brother.

  • Warm up for this list.

  • We're looking at film scenes in which actors pulled off highly impressive and entertaining celebrity impersonations.

  • Which imitation left the biggest impression on you?

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  • Number 10.

  • Eddie Murphy Does James Brown another 48 hours?

  • Given his arsenal of impressions, it's no surprise Eddie Murphy went on to incorporate some in his big screen outings.

  • And with Murphy's take on James Brown serving as perhaps his most crowd pleasing thanks to a wonderfully weird Saturday Night Live skit involving a hot tub, it's fitting the actor chose to send up The Godfather of Soul in the sequel to 48 hours E Hold up.

  • They locked up while leaving lock up in a prison bus.

  • Murphy's Reggie Hammond has shown listening and singing loudly.

  • Two rounds.

  • I got the feeling well, e I got the feeling, huh?

  • Well, E.

  • It's an entertaining moment in its own right, but the fact that our protagonist is so oblivious to the impending trouble ahead makes it that much funnier.

  • Yeah, Number nine.

  • Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon do Michael Caine the trip.

  • What happens when you enlist to comedic actors, both revered for their celebrity impressions and have them play fictionalized versions of themselves on a restaurant tour of northern England?

  • Why you get the trip and some really great on screen impersonations, of course.

  • Anthony Hopkins.

  • I want a room with a view.

  • I want to see a tree e.

  • Anyone over 40 who amuses themselves by doing impressions needs to take a long, hard look in the mirror.

  • Steve Coogan and Rob Reid and showcase and abundance of imitations in the BBC series turned film, including the likes of Sean Connery, Liam Neeson and Woody Allen.

  • I'll have a vodka martini shaken, not stirred.

  • I'll have a vodka martini shaken, not stone, but it's The duo is back and forth, battle over how he proper Michael Caine impression should be done.

  • That takes the cake so Michael Katz voice Now in the Batman movies and in Harry Brown, I can't go fast because Michael came talks very, very slowly, arguing the accuracies of where Cain's voice comes from.

  • The pair's expertly nuance cadences make the clear winner of this fight the audience.

  • When it gets loudly, it gets very loud indeed.

  • It gets very specific.

  • It's not quite nasal enough.

  • The way you're doing it right, you're not doing it the way he speaks.

  • Number eight Dana Carvey does.

  • Al Pacino, the Master of Disguise, a film titled The Master of Disguise, starring a master of impressions, is naturally going to be littered with impersonations galore.

  • And sure enough, Dana Carvey's titular character manages to slip his way in and out of a plethora of masquerades over the course of the film.

  • One of these is a man named Mr Peru, but he's clearly meant to be Al Pacino's Tony Montana Scarface himself.

  • Montella, my little froth seen, sees Peru cause a distraction at a party where, among other things, he hassles a waiter and displays acrobatic feats while dancing the conga way, polarizing as the movie.

  • Maybe one would be hard pressed to dismiss Carvey's transformative talents here who you are.

  • Number seven.

  • Michael Winslow does Bruce Lee Police Academy to their first assignment Thanks to some remarkable vocal abilities, actor Michael Winslow more than earned the moniker the main of 10,000 sound effects.

  • And rarely did his talents make a bigger impression than in the police Academy films Siri's where, as Officer Larval Jones Winslow uses his audible imitation skills to deceive criminals, do you think a particularly memorable example occurs in the comedy franchises?

  • Second, go around where Jones fights off a couple of crooks by Impersonating the legendary Bruce Lee.

  • I think he's Bruce Lee.

  • You want a bit?

  • Not only copying lease movements, the actor uses his magical mouth to replicate the signature sound effects and questionable dubbing found in martial arts movies of the time.

  • Daniel Wanna fight, huh?

  • Like May Yeah, talk about an impression with some kick number six.

  • Paul Rudd's Does Robert DeNiro knocked up?

  • Sometimes the best impressions are the most unexpected.

  • This was definitely the case with Paul Rudd's mimicking of Robert DeNiro in the hit comedy Knocked Up on a double date.

  • Rudd's character takes part in a random discussion about having water break on Robert De Niro's shoes.

  • My Shoes, There's All this baby goo on it.

  • And while Seth Rogan provides a rather bland impression of the actor, Rod follows it up with a shockingly flawless one issues.

  • Hey, on these shows, Did you pick up my shoes?

  • Thing isn't the only time in De Niro Impression served as a scene stealer.

  • Zac Efron, Dave Franco and others put forth their best efforts as the Oscar winner in the film Neighbors.

  • Yep, the Robert DeNiro impression equals the comedy gift that keeps on giving.

  • You're upsetting Jinxy Cat.

  • Just stop doing this stupid shit.

  • We're sorry.

  • When you called the cops, you violated the circle of trust.

  • We're sorry we call the cops.

  • Okay?

  • Are you talking to me?

  • Number five Bill Hater Does Job of the Hut it Chapter two.

  • What better way to improve on some lighthearted ribbing than it turned it into a full blown impression.

  • It chapter to prove to be a surprisingly funny horror sequel.

  • And this moment is an undeniable highlight.

  • Early in the film, we see The Losers Club were you night over dinner at a Chinese restaurant.

  • It's here that Richie played by the multi talented Bill Hader begins to playfully poke fun at his childhood pal Eddie.

  • This leads to a quip about marrying Eddie's ahem, rotund mother.

  • You know me and your mom is very very.

  • Richie tops it off with a pitch perfect impression of Star Wars baddie Jabba the Hutt.

  • Sometimes she'll put her arm around me and she'll whisper to me.

  • She'll go.

  • Theo, Theo!

  • Gleeful reaction from haters.

  • Co stars seemed fairly genuine, and audiences couldn't help but laugh along with them.

  • The impression was that good number four Jim Carey does William Shatner Thanks Ventura.

  • When nature calls.

  • Much like the first installment, Ace Ventura, When Nature Calls, utilizes stars Jim Carrey's physical gifts to deliver a variety of spoofs and parodies, including a memorable opening send up to the film Cliffhanger.

  • Do not fret.

  • My little Woodland friend for Your Life is in the hands of a Centura detective, but it's any take off of the Twilight Zones.

  • Infamous nightmare at 20,000 ft that sees carries imitation abilities shine brightest because a man out there what?

  • Look, look, he's crawling on on DSO.

  • Just as the 1963 William Shatner starring episode went Jim's ace Venture plays up seeing a horrifying creature on the wing of his plane, one that only he notices.

  • There's someone on the way.

  • Some fool, the comedians.

  • Shatner Impersonation is comically over the top here on Lee, adding to the wonderful Kerry infused outrageousness.

  • Number three.

  • Robin Williams does Barbara Streisand, Mrs Doubtfire.

  • Robin Williams has many uproarious performances to his name.

  • One of his most celebrated showcases, however, comes as a divorced dad who imitates a female housekeeper in order to spend quality time with his kids.

  • Hello, I'm calling in regards to the ad I read in the paper.

  • The film is, of course, Mrs Doubtfire, and Williams is at his gut busting best here, providing a large helping of improvised impressions along the way.

  • It was such a shanda I should never buy grimness from, um, oil.

  • It's so chewy.

  • And while his character, also a freelance voice actor, famously references all the voices he could do, it's his unexpected break out into song as Barbra Streisand that will give your abs the biggest workout.

  • Let's make a matchmaker make me much.

  • Find me a fine catch catch.

  • In the midst of choosing his new look, Williams has given the Babs ensemble one that the comedian takes full advantage of with a brief rendition of Don't Rain on My Parade, Don't tell Me not to live, Just sittin Putter Life's Candy and the Sons of All a Butter Don't Bring Around the Cloud to Rain on my Parade.

  • Number two.

  • Jim Carrey does Clint Eastwood The Mask.

  • Okay, was there ever a film or tailor made for an actor than the Mask was for Jim Carey?

  • At the height of his career, this mega blockbuster saw Kerry play a meek bank clerk who transforms into a manic, superpowered anti hero.

  • Naturally, Jim went all out with a skillfully cartoonish performance incorporating plenty of pop culture send ups, one of which, being the comedians longstanding Clint Eastwood impression.

  • You've got to ask yourself one question.

  • Do I feel lucky?

  • Well, do you think it's near the end of the film?

  • That theme ask brings out Eastwood's classic line from Dirty Harry, right before bringing out some rather big guns.

  • Now you have to ask yourself one question.

  • Do I feel lucky?

  • Well, do yet punks.

  • Kerry also dusted off the impersonation of the grizzled actor and Bruce Almighty, this time as a sign from God.

  • Well, it is a heavenly impression, after all.

  • Be careful what you wish for book before we unveil our topic.

  • Here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Jason Segal does.

  • Andre the Giant I Love You Man, took on the Giant A barrel of beer to get drunk, sometimes to Hello, pretty lady.

  • I'm about Regina King Does Tina Turner, Miss Congeniality too Armed and Fabulous Big will be more turning people romance.

  • Bill Murray does Richard Burton Scrooged coming home, you know, Want more?

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  • Number one.

  • Robin Williams does Jack Nicholson and many others Aladdin.

  • Robin Williams not only brought the laughter and live action films, but he also changed the game for animation.

  • Voice acting essentially a living cartoon character himself.

  • It's little wonder the actor comedian proved a match made in heaven for Aladdin's Genie Hello and Nice to have you on the show.

  • Can we call you Al?

  • Or maybe just din?

  • How about Lottie?

  • Sounds like here, boy.

  • As the big blue guy Williams got to sing ad lib and, of course, provide madcap impressions.

  • Let me take your judge it down.

  • You ain't never had a friend like me.

  • And while the funnyman seamlessly transition between impersonations of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rodney Dangerfield, Groucho Marx and many others, it's perhaps genius transformation into Jack Nicholson that has remembered most fondly with the animated character taking on Nicholson's appearance.

  • Williams nails his distinct speech pattern, giving way toe one very memorable motion picture impression.

  • All right, Sparky, here's the deal.

  • If you want to court the little lady, you gotta be a straight shooter.

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