Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1994

And the Nominees Were:

Paul Scofield in Quiz Show

Chazz Palminteri in Bullets over Broadway

Martin Landau in Ed Wood

Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction

Gary Sinise in Forrest Gump

9 comments:

Fritz said...

I guess you will agree with Landau's win.

dshultz said...

For me, it's either Landau or Jackson, they're both great.

Sage Slowdive said...

Landau is unbeatable.

dinasztie said...

Wow, I love this year and I SAW all of them.

My ranking:
1)Landau
2)Jackson
3)Palminteri
4)Scofield
5)Sinise

And I predict the same though Scofield can easily be 5th.

Tom said...

I always thought Jackson should have been in the Lead category. My pick is Landau.

Brandon said...

Tom, Jackson's IS much more supporting, because if you think about -- as his work bookends the whole film -- he is only in two chunks of the movie, while Travolta's performance is weaved throughout it all almost.

And though I do love Landau here, Jackson's my #1 pick.

Anonymous said...

Im glad you went with Landau. He definately deserved his Oscar. Jackson was good but Landau was simply astonishing

Tanvir Bashar said...

Wat wud u say tht who deserved best director for each yr from 1990-1999

Louis Morgan said...

Out of the Nominees:

1990: Martin Scorsese - Goodfellas
1991: Oliver Stone - JFK
1992: Clint Eastwood - Unforgiven
1993: Steven Spielberg - Schindler's List
1994: Quentin Tarantino - Pulp Fiction
1995: Chris Noonan - Babe
1996: Joel Coen - Fargo
1997: Curtis Hanson - L.A. Confidential
1998: Peter Weir - The Truman Show
1999: Michael Mann - The Insider

Overall:

1990: Martin Scorsese - Goodfellas
1991: Joel Coen - Barton Fink
1992: Clint Eastwood - Unforgiven
1993: Steven Spielberg - Schindler's List
1994: Frank Darabont - The Shawshank Redemption
1995: David Fincher - Seven
1996: Joel Coen - Fargo
1997: Curtis Hanson - L.A. Confidential
1998: Peter Weir - The Truman Show
1999: Paul Thomas Anderson - Magnolia