Friday, 19 October 2012

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1999

And the Nominees Were Not:

Alan Rickman in Galaxy Quest

John Malkovich in Being John Malkovich

Christopher Plummer in The Insider

Philip Baker Hall in Magnolia

Laurence Fishburne in The Matrix


Maciej said...

Tricky year to predict...


Michael Patison said...

1. Rickman
2. Plummer
3. Hall
4. Malkovich
5. Fishburne

moviefilm said...

1) Christopher Plummer
2) Alan Rickman
3) John Malkovich
4) Philip Baker Hall
5) Laurence Fishburne

I have only seen Malkovich and Fishburne yet, but Malkovich was very fine and Fishburne did a good job for the context of the film, but the performance itself was nothing to remember...

Lezlie said...

Interesting, I remember Fishburne the most from the film, with Weaving. And although it's not a wonderful performance, but I believed him as this mysterious wise-ass guy, with the cool shades :D
I believe he will either get a 3 or a 3.5. Haven't yet seen Plummer and Malkovich, Baker was good, although I believe you can't really pick one guy from that film as I think all of them gave great performances (probably Cruise was the best). I'm hoping for a Rickman win :)

1. Alan Rickman
2. Philip Baker Hall
3. Christopher Plummer
4. John Malkovich
5. Laurence Fishburne

RatedRStar said...

Hall and Rickman I think are the best.

1.Philip Baker Hall
2.Alan Rickman
3.Christopher Plummer
4.John Malkovich
5.Laurence Fishburne

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

My guess:

1. Hall
2. Plummer
3. Malkovich
4. Rickman
5. Fishburne

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing you'll rank them:

1) Malkovich
2) Plummer
3) Baker Hall
4) Fishburne
5) Rickman

My personal lineup this year is:

1) Law/The Talented Mr. Ripley
2) Malkovich/Being John Malkovich
3) Hoffman/Magnolia & The Talented Mr. Ripley
4) Sarsgaard/Boys Don't Cry
5) Baker Hall/Magnolia

mrripley said...

Plummer all the way i love his tirade at gina gershon.

my 99 top 5


Anonymous said...

pretty excited for this one...

1. Plummer
2. Hall
3. Malkovich
4. Rickman
5. Fishburne


Doug Grenier said...

I haven't seen Philip Baker Hall in "Magnolia" yet, but I rank the others as follows:

1. Laurence Fishburne
2. John Malkovich
3. Alan Rickman
4. Christopher Plummer

Fishburne's performance as Morpheus in "The Matrix" is one of my big favorites :).

Mark said...

1. Rickman
2. Hall
3. Malkovich
4. Fishburne
5. Plummer

Anonymous said...

A very interesting group of nominees.

The Matrix is one of my least favorite movies (I know, I know, I'm in the minority there) and Fishburne doesn't have nearly enough to do.

Alan Rickman is hilariously deadpan in Galaxy Quest, but none of the perfs in that film quite reach "Oscar" level quality (not even Sig). Well, maybe Missi Pyle. ;)

Malkovich is fantastically funny in BJM. I don't love the movie, but he's my clear choice of the three I've seen. I haven't seen The Insider or Magnolia, sadly.

dinasztie said...

Oh, sh*t, I'm 13th. :D A very interesting bunch of performances. I'd go with Malkovich, my goodness, he's great. Never seen Plummer or Rickman.

Predictions (very random, because they all seem so strong):
1. Malkovich
2. Fishburne
3. Plummer
4. Rickman
5. Hall

Anonymous said...

What did you think about Sam Rockwell in The Green Mile ?

Paoloduncan said...

1) Plummer
2) Fishburne
3) Rickman
4) Hall
5) Malkovich

Louis Morgan said...

Anonymous: He is pretty good, he is also good in Galaxy Quest too.

Lezlie said...

I wanted to ask about Sam Rockwell, too, I'm glad you found him to be good in both films. His was my favourite supporting performance in The Green Mile, and second only to Rickman in Galaxy Quest :) He's a good actor who deserves much more recognition than he gets :(