Sunday, 25 March 2012

Best Supporting Actor 1999: Results

5. Michael Caine in The Cider House Rules- Caine with a strange accent gives a dull sometimes almost lifeless performance that never seems to bring the genuine emotions one would for a part that seems like it is only ever trying to be emotional.
4. Michael Clarke Duncan in The Green Mile-Duncan achieves this well with his performance by finding just the right sort of characterization for Coffey all the way through the film.
3. Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley-  Law gives an performance effective because he never only seizes one note with his performance and realistically portrays both Dickie's cruel and charming side equally well.
2. Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense- It would have been very easy to lose the human element to the horror that comes into the film, but Osment always is able to keep the humanity in his character alive throughout the film in his performance.
1. Tom Cruise in Magnolia- Cruise might not be my favorite actor, but he is absolutely brilliant here absolutely succeeding with a character that could have gone wrong in a great number of ways but never does. He turns his bizarre guru in a memorable and very intriguing character.
Deserving Performances:
Philip Seymour Hoffman in Magnolia
Alan Rickman in Galaxy Quest

6 comments:

RatedRStar said...

Im shocked but very pleased you included Alan Rickman in Galaxy Quest =).

Anonymous said...

Well deserved win for Mr Cruise. Could you please do 86 next Louis :)

mrripley said...

I liked chris and wes from american beauty but plummer was way better here than he was in his 2 nommed roles.

Cole said...

Well deserved win!

dinasztie said...

I'm quite happy with this ranking. :)

C.J. O'Dell said...

The way I see it:
1. Michael Clarke Duncan for The Green Mile. 100 out of 100.
2. Tom Cruise for Magnolia. 95 out of 100.
3. Haley Joel Osment for The Sixth Sense. 80 out of 100.
4. Sir Michael Caine for The Cider House Rules. 70 out of 100.
5. Jude Law for The Talented Mr. Ripley. 65 out of 100.