Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1991

And the Nominees Were

Ben Kingsley in Bugsy

Harvey Keitel in Bugsy

Jack Palance in City Slickers

Michael Lerner in Barton Fink

Tommy Lee Jones in JFK


Anonymous said...

One of the weakest line ups ever, Jones wins by default, but there were many performances in JFK just as good as his like John Candy, Gary Oldman, Donald Sutherland

RatedRStar said...

I agree with Anonymous, but Tommy Lee Jones was quite mysterious in a good way, Keitel was better than Kingsley, Harvey Keitel I feel so sry for because he is a great actor but Bugsy is crap

1.Tommy Lee Jones
2.Michael Lerner
3.Jack Palance
4.Harvey Keitel
5.Ben Kingsley

Anonymous said...

I agree with Anonymous (x2) HORRIBLE year only saved by Jones.

RatedRStar said...

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RatedRStar said...

Who would you say deserves to be destroyed the most Sage? =D

Anonymous said...

I think John Goodman should've been nominated over Lerner. Also, Ted Levine should have got in for Silence of the Lambs as well as Donald Sutherland (and maybe Gary Oldman) for JFK. I agree that Jones wins by default.

Anonymous said...

Palance's Oscar win could very well be the worst of all time

mrripley said...

I don't mind Lerner or Jones but his role is too tiny,Sutherland was better,Keitel was nominated for the wrong film,no idea why Kingsley is there or Palance,i liked Steven Hill in Billy Bathgate and John Goodman as mentioned & Samuel L Jackson in jungle fever then Keitel for Thelma and Loiuse and Michael Lerner - my top 5.

Edward L. said...

I agree: a pretty weak year. Jones was good, Palance was reasonably good fun, but all of the following performances are better than the other nominees:

Elliott Gould in Bugsy (the only good performance in the film)
Harvey Keitel in Thelma & Louise
Ted Levine in The Silence of the Lambs
Gary Oldman in JFK
Joe Pesci in JFK
Donald Sutherland in JFK

Anonymous said...

My ranking:

dshultz said...

I'd have nominated half the cast of JFK and given it to Oldman, this is a shit year.

Anonymous said...

Not a very good year; of the nominees, I choose Michael Lerner, and yes,Gary Oldman should have been in the running (I would have given it to Harvey Keitel in Thelma and Louise).