Thursday, 29 March 2012

Best Supporting Actor 1986: Results

5. Denholm Elliot in A Room With a View- Elliot is fine in his few scenes but he never makes much of an impact with his performance.
4. Dennis Hopper in Hoosiers- Hopper gives a moving and effective performance that might not be on the level of his work listed below, but it is still a good performance.
3. Michael Caine in Hannah and Her Sisters- It it almost a scatter shot of emotions which Caine is able draw upon to realize his character while even finding some humor in the role as well.
2. Willem Dafoe in Platoon- Dafoe realizes his good sergeant character by never overplaying the part and turning his character into a believable descent man that is more than just a moral.
1. Tom Berenger in Platoon- I give the slight edge between the two Platoon men because he has the even greater challenge to avoid becoming just simple villain. He realizes the intensity and interestingly enough when he can the humanity of his character.

6 comments:

RatedRStar said...

aw its nice to see Caine winning in what was his only win for you, a brilliant year I think =D, loved all 4 of them and Eliott seems ok 2 to be fair.

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

For some reason, I had a premonition that you would have Martin as a deserving performance.

dinasztie said...

Yay for Caine! :)

Fritz said...

Very happy about the winner! :-)

moviefilm said...

What is gonna be your next year? I would like to know what did you think about Clooney´s win in 2005... :)

Anonymous said...

can you please do 78 next Louis?