<!--quoteo(post=486667:date=Aug 3 2010, 06:08 PM:name=Flare)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Flare @ Aug 3 2010, 06:08 PM) <a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=486667"></a></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Range has nothing to do with, I know voice actors need to have range to play a variety of characters, but as an actor, range doesn't define talent. An actor can play several characters with just one voice. Tom Hanks plays Woody YET he still sounds like Tom Hanks. Dan Green is a good actor, regardless of his range.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd--> I'll have to stop you there. Yeah, Tom Hanks plays Woody, but Tom Hanks doesn't play any OTHER character within Toy Story, thus giving them the same voice. The reason why they picked Tom Hanks to play Woody is because of his voice. Dan Green voices Knuckles, who also sounds exactly the same as Mephiles. That was totally unnacceptable. Two major characters should not sound the same. If Tom Hanks were to turn up as himself in Toy Story, then the same shit would apply. I don't mind Dan Green. The whole 4Kids cast sounds pretty strained when they talk anyway, like they're putting too much emphasis on words or inflections. Pollock is fucking awesome though, on par with poor Deem Bristow, with an added comical twist. Griffith got a lot better, but the new guy sounds as if he'll be really good, without having to practise over and over again throughout a five year period. It just sounds more natural to the guy.