Matt Damon has been in a ton of movies, so it’s totally okay if you don’t have time to watch them all. Actually, it’s more than okay because Matt just recreated all of his most major career milestones in under ten minutes which you can watch instead! Enjoy!
What’s better than one Matt Damon movie? Um, all of them! Matt is a man of many talents, as evidenced by his huge catalogue of epic film work. However, his most jaw-dropping performance to date took place on Sept. 29, when Matt dropped by the Late Late Show, and, along with host James Corden, went ahead and acted out just about all of his major film roles of the last 20 yeas. Oh, and he managed to do it all in about eight minutes. Watch this immediately!
Apparently Matt really wants people to see his new film The Martian, enough to remind everyone of his stirring performances throughout his decades-long career– all of them.
“This evening’s role call will be a celebration of the film career of the one, the only, Mr. Matt Damon,” James said as he welcomed Matt in front of his very fancy curtain backdrop. “Let’s go,” he added, as the curtains opened, setting our first scene: Good Will Hunting, naturally.
James puts on a flowing blonde wig, and sits forlorn on a stool. “Hey, do you like Apples?” Matt asks, as he taps on the “window.” He asks again, to which James responds, he does. “Well I got a number, how do you like them apples?” Matt responds through a thick accent, slamming that napkin on the window.
The two go on to conduct several more equally dramatic reenactments, including School Ties, Saving Private Ryan, Invictus and the timeless classic, Happy Feet Two. Oh, and they also recreated the entire Ocean’s trilogy, with each dude holding sticks with giant cutouts of the other actors’ faces from the film.
What did you think of Matt’s film recreation? Did it make you LOL?
— Casey Mink