5. Graham Greene in Dances With Wolves- Greene's performance is not bad, but never anything really memorable either.
4. Al Pacino in Dick Tracy- Al Pacino goes full force over the top, which fits the role and is somewhat entertaining, but never extremely entertaining though.
3. Andy Garcia in The Godfather Part III- Garcia has a charm in the role, and manages to show the ambition of his character fairly well. He never reaches the emotional highs of Godfather predecessors though.
2. Bruce Davison in Longtime Companion- Davison gives a very good performance in his few pivotal scenes. He is less impressive in his other scenes, but still it is a strong performance.
1. Joe Pesci in Goodfellas- Pesci's performance is easily my win, since it is an example of a perfect supporting performance that only adds to his film.
Robert De Niro in Goodfellas
Albert Finney in Miller's Crossing