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Michael J. Fox will be awarded the Honorary Oscar in 2023. This is why he deserves his acting as well as his activities.

Michael J. Fox is huge in my memory. Alex P on TVFamily Ties. As Keaton, he talked about Reagan's "Me Generation," the worst trend during the time when American self-esteem was being rebuilt in Neon Fantasia, where a former B actor turned president. Alex represented the death of idealism in pursuit of material satisfaction. Promotion of a business degree as the highest ambition of higher education. I think it was a surprise to everyone that the character that creates the tension of Sitcom became a breakout star. Many had something to do with the spirit of the times. It was as relevant as a young Canadian star asking him to play him. Michael J. Fox was a throwback, the look of David Cassidy, and his squeaky voice was married to clear intelligence and sufficient self-esteem. 

Three years after eight years of execution, Fox jumped to the big screen in two movies:Teen WolfMany big expectations Along with that, it was a huge success ($ 30 million with a $ 1 million budget). AndBack to the FutureDifficult to fire his lead after Robert Zemeckis decides on a chunk of the movie he's already shot, starring Eric Stoltz. The actor who made the decision andre-shot with the comic actor. It became the best-selling movie of 1985 ($ 211 million with a budget of $ 19 million). This is one of the most anticipated trilogy of the blockbuster era. Overnight, Fox seemed to move from a TV star to a viable movie star and shoot second-rate TV shows during the day (1985 and '86,, as long as he stayed in a narrow lane. Family Bondsfollows theCosby Showand made a bit of Hollywood history at night. Popular about him as a highly accomplished worker like Alex P. Keaton. One story typecast him as the same in collective imagination.

During the decade from 1985 to 1996, Fox appeared in a series of films of various qualities. It never reached the heights ofback to the future. Less than last time, creatively entering the 90's, the alchemy that Fox captured in the 80's was expected to evolve and Fox himself. I was able to claim to be vulnerable to the absence from television (he was accepted without effort and welcomed him at) Spin City1996) and a challenging movie. His own good discretion in choosing a project. I don't think Fox was taken seriously as an actor when he was a star. He has something to do with the stigma associated with being a television wonder before television became famous, and with some of the best cartoon actors like Cary Grant. For example, it is taken for granted in their time. But what he did very well is difficult to quantify and impossible to duplicate. It's also worth noting that some of the choices he made when he was able to do something are notable in the rear view. 

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The first movie he made afterBack to the Futureshot him into the stratosphere. Paul Schrader's unique rag band Melody RamaLight of DayJoan Jett co-starred as "Patty", sister of Fox's character rocker, and As the mother of their disapproved Holy Rollers, Gena Rowlands wore a frowning and wedding cake pink dress forever. Schroeder made this movie as a follow-up toMishima: Alife Infor Chapter, and Fox decided to go here instead of cashing out his cash vouchers. He thinks he is seriously interested in making things that are not disliked by his dear artists. Here Fox plays Joe Resnick, a "good" brother, who cares a lot about his little nephew and cooks with his mother. And if he sometimes plays rhythm guitar in his sister's band, it's just he's trying to keep everything together. Jason Miller said he played his distant father denying his wife's progressive dementia. For me, until theBack to the Future II fell, a 14-year-old kid was looking for something to get over me, so I saw this again on the opening night. It was a shock. Bad kind. 

With domestic violence, Fox vows a lot to Joan Jett's guitar stand, poverty, addiction, shoplifting, quiet and not so quiet despair, Michael McKean's best friend. I was attacked. When he remembered the popular Lenny ofLaverne& Shirley, it was ... a lot. Schroeder's world view is dark, Alex P. It was unpleasant and unpleasant to see Keaton playing a character inFamily Tieswho was suffering from the consequences of the policy to install for the next 40 years. Looking at theto love and glory in 2022, we can expect Paul Schrader to try John Cassavetes, but it is a fascinating time capsule and a principled social document. There is, and everything is tied up by Fox as an effortless sympathy generator. The title song played by Jet and written by Bruce Springsteen is harmless if the medicine drops. The blue-collar elegy used in the movie shows that the ties are at least strong enough, if not strong. Imagine a hospital scene where Joe's mom had just received a bad diagnosis. Fox plays against Laurans and Miller and holds himself. I don't think I'm so surprised that he does so, rather than being surprised by the kind of Chutzpah I need to try. 

His next movie, co-starring with Herbert Ross, who screened the blockbuster atFootloosein 1984, is from my favorite Dennis Potter movie. I remember him as a director.Heaven's Penny'sAnother serious artist, in other words,The secret to my successis by the team behindTop Gun It is a vehicle designed by Fox that was written.Among them, Fox is Alex P. A Keaton type, just graduated from Kansas State University (in fact, he's tinkering with a stable on his parents' farm), starting with a post office and fictitious as an empty office and white-collar shark. Take on the identity. There were many such movies in the 1980s.Bigwas the most successful. In this movie, you'll find that the scammers are better at pulling the levers of big companies than the CEO taking up space. It's no coincidence that this premise (seeRemington Steeleon television as another example) shared so many similarities with the anti-wealthy comedy of the Great Depression. The deeper you dig into the movies of the 1980s, the more people will feel resistance. Fox ’s Brantley Foster speaks fast, speaks hard, works hard, and lives in the corner office. He was the avatar of the great American dream of making your fortune with a system designed to suck the blood of your labor. Just as a half-star endangered waitress, pay attention to some of the Mercedes Ruehl. Really,the secret to my successis more populist than his turn dry run in Jay McInerney'sBrightlight, Big City's James Bridges adaptation the following year. I feel it. 

BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY, Michael J. Fox, 1988. ©United Artists/courtesy Everett Collection
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The last film as a director of Bridges,Brightlight, Big Citywas shot by Gordon Willis in a Makinani script and Fox's Jamie Conway was introduced at a nightclub, so he couldn't hear the bartender in his life. , Immediately convincing. I'm telling him. True to the novel, many of the films are told as internal soliloquy. I clearly remember how this movie got a comparison with the previous year'sLess Than Zerowith hot casts and violent drug use. Fox, another film that clearly opposes the type, is exceptional in that respect, with the view that Manhattan's view is clearly less romantic than the moviemy secret to success. It's twisted. Even an alarm or phone ringing in his underwear. He was very good at waking up and many photographs used it. More than just curiosity, it provides it as an analysis of Fox's actor types: a small range of expressions was possible to carry him from zero to sensibility without the words of dialogue. I loveBrightLights, Big City as a portrait that goes out of control and swirls in despair and humiliation, sometimes stunning. In a scene where he's trying to talk to his ex-wife Amanda (Phoebe Cates), who is walking down the runway of a fashion show, Fox uses a tense tension to create an unexpectedly powerful effect. .. When he finally hits the bottom, he answers the phone with one lovely girl he knows, played by his real wife Tracy Pollan. He tells her that her mother died a year ago and for the first time dealt with her sorrow that was hidden under all of her cocaine and her self-loathing. In the year Dustin Hoffman won theRain Man, he thought he might be nominated for this Academy Award, but at Brian De Palma'sCasualties: I was convinced that it would be a turn.(1989). 

I was convinced a lot about thevictims of the warOliver Stone'sBorn on the Fourth of Julyis Vietnam In a year of sucking up all the oxygen in the war movie, I was convinced that it would soon be recognized as a classic.It was rarely nominated for an award and barely regained half of its $ 23 million budget. But I loved it very much. It spoke to human darkness. It's never an easy movie to watch, much less replay, but Fox is a revelation in it. He plays a young soldier in a platoon led by the mentally ill Sean Penn, whose character Mezab hatches plans to kidnap Vietnamese women for the purposes of continuous rape and subsequent murder. Fox's Ericsson doesn't participate, but he doesn't stop his companions. He is probably afraid of his life and is too stunned by the evil of this act to understand what is happening until it happens. Of course, it's based on a true story. Not many people have seen casualties, but everyone who sees it depends on it. I think it's a hole in my memory because it's a vicious, uncompromising movie about us as humans and Americans as men, starring one of the most likable stars of the 1980s. In it, Ericsson becomes restless after it's too late, and all the potential for Fox's violence explodes across the screen. He is more than a TV star who is worried about being a movie star at that moment. He is a movie star (and one of the great stars). In the 90's there are marginal moments likeDoc Hollywoodand good moments likeMars Attacks. and Peter Jackson's tremendousThe Frighteners(that's Fox's Tarantino-Career-Genre-The Moment of Rescue), butGreedyandMikeyHe learned that he had Parkinson's disease in 1991. To be fair, he was frying bigger fish.

CASUALTIES OF WAR, Don Harvey, Michael J. Fox, Sean Penn, 1989, (c) Columbia/courtesy Everett Collec
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News that Fox was going to win theHonorary Oscar Listen to At the 2023 Academy Awards, I mainly as the author of his work as an ambassador for his illness and some reputable autobiographies / memoirs in which he is honest about his struggle. I thought it was because of his work, but I really wanted to throw a hat at Fox's ring as a performer worthy of this recognition for the film he went to. War victimsare obvious, butBright Light, Big Cityare worth considering — Light of Day,. Also,Back to the Futureis a masterpiece by Michael J. Fox. Because Fox is very good. His Marty McFly is certainly shocked by his revelation that his dad is a pervert and his mom is sexually aroused. It affects whenever he tries to warn his best friend how he will be shot in the parking lot in the future to steal nuclear material from Libyan terrorists, and whenever he fails. It's not easy for him to do in it. I can't imagine any other actor who could do it well in the 1980s. With the Brat Pack in full bloom in 1985, there was no shortage of actors of Fox age. He got a chance. He is an action star who made skateboarding cool by himself for me and my friends in the suburbs of Denver. Romantic lead. A talented physical comedy with impeccable timing. And above all, an elusive actor who always felt like a real human, regardless of the circumstances in which he found himself. He is Tom Hanks who made a dangerous choice. He made all of himself better. He is real

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