Saturday, 5 January 2013

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1988: Results

5. Tim Robbins in Bull Durham- Robbins gives an entertaining performance finding the endearing qualities within his rather unintelligent character.

Best Scene: Nuke offers his words of "wisdom".
4. Philippe Noiret in Cinema Paradiso- Noiret gives a moving performance that nicely conveys the warmth and wisdom his character has.

Best Scene:  Alfredo says goodbye to Toto.
3. Christopher Lloyd in Who Framed Roger Rabbit- Lloyd gives an effective villainous turn by putting so much conviction in his performance even when saying the most absurd things.

Best Scene: The Freeway speech. 
2. Alan Rickman in Die Hard- Rickman creates a deliciously evil villain and is effectively amusing and imposing sometimes even in the same scene.

Best Scene: Hans pretends to be a hostage. 
1. Michael Palin in A Fish Called Wanda- Good Prediction Lezlie. My favorite this whole year is Michael Palin, although it was close between his Oscar winning co-star and Alan Rickman. Despite loving all three though Palin's performance, which succeeds in making assassination and dog killing funny, is my favorite.

Best Scene: Fish and Chips.
Overall Rank:
  1. Michael Palin in A Fish Called Wanda
  2. Kevin Kline A Fish Called Wanda
  3. Alan Rickman in Die Hard
  4. Christopher Lloyd in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  5. Philippe Noiret in Cinema Paradiso
  6. Jacques Perrin in Cinema Paradiso
  7. Martin Landau in Tucker: The Man and his Dream
  8. Salvatore Cascio in Cinema Paradiso
  9. Dean Stockwell in Tucker: The Man and His Dream
  10. Raul Julia in Moon Over Parador
  11. Michael Keaton in Beetlejuice 
  12. Douglas Seale in Ernest Saves Christmas
  13. Tim Robbins in Bull Durham
  14. Reginald VelJohnson in Die Hard 
  15. Williem Dafoe in Mississippi Burning
  16. Charles Fleischer in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  17. David Strathairn in Eight Men Out
  18. John Forsythe in Scrooged
  19. John Amos in Coming to America
  20. Christopher Lloyd in Eight Men Out
  21. Tom Georgeson in A Fish Called Wanda
  22. John Cusack in Eight Men Out
  23. John Mahoney in Eight Men Out
  24. Yaphet Kotto in Midnight Run 
  25. John Glover in Scrooged
  26. Brad Dourif in Mississippi Burning
  27. Dean Stockwell in Married to the Mob
  28. Robert Mitchum in Scrooged
  29. Judd Hirsch in Running on Empty
  30. David Johansen in Scrooged
  31. William Atherton in Die Hard 
  32. Robert Loggia in Big
  33. Stephen Tobolowsky in Mississippi Burning
  34. Michael Rooker in Eight Men Out
  35. John Ashton in Midnight Run
  36. John Murray in Scrooged
  37. Harrison Ford in Working Girl 
  38. Lloyd Bridges in Tucker: A Man and His Dram
  39. Alexander Godunov in Die Hard
  40. George Kennedy in The Naked Gun
  41. Arsenio Hall in Coming to America 
  42. Lou Diamond Phillips in Stand and Deliver
  43. Jeffrey Jones in Beetlejuice
  44. Bobcat Goldthwait in Scrooged
  45. R L. Ermey in Mississippi Burning
  46. Elias Koteas in Tucker: A Man And His Dream
  47. Marco Leonardi in Cinema Paradiso 
  48. Val Kilmer in Willow 
  49. Frederic Forrest in Tucker: A Man And His Dream
  50. Alan Tilvern in Who Framed Roger Rabbit 
  51. Keith David in They Live
  52. Glenn Shadix in Beetlejuice
  53. Bill Pullman The Accidental Tourist
  54. Tray Wilson in Bull Durham
  55. Christian Slater in Tucker: A Man And His Dream
  56. Robert Wuhl in Bull Durham
  57. Paul Gleason in Die Hard
  58. Liam Neeson in The Dead Pool
  59. John Heard in Big
  60. Joe Pesci in Moonwalker
  61. Jim Carrey in The Dead Pool
  62. Keanu Reeves in Dangerous Liaisons
Next Year: 1973 Leading

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Martin Sheen- Bad lands
Gene hackman- Scarecrow
Paul Newman- The Sting
Harvey Kietel- Mean Streets
Al Pacino- Scarecrow

Michael Patison said...

Great write-ups and I'm really glad to see Noiret at least make it into the nominees.

Harvey Keitel in Mean Streets
Steve McQueen in Papillon
Michael Moriarty in Bang the Drum Slowly
Ryan O'Neal in Paper Moon
Martin Sheen in Badlands

It's been a long time since I've seen it, but I've always seen Newman as a supporting player in The Sting. Yes, he plays an equivalent role in the actual sting, but his screen time is more limited, or so I recall.

Mark said...

Dang, so close. Oh well, I got the 1988 Lead at least.

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

Shit, crowded year. Umm...

Robert Mitchum in The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Martin Sheen in Badlands
Harvey Keitel in Mean Streets
Edward Fox in The Day of the Jackel
Donald Sutherland in Don't Look Now
James Coburn in Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
Malcolm McDowell in O Lucky Man!

Lezlie said...

Hi!

For 1973, I would suggest:
Michael Sheen (Badlands)
Harvey Keitel (Mean Streets)
Paul Newman (The Sting)

As for my request, could you please review Javier Bardem for Mar Adentro when you get to 2004 leading?

I saw Zero Dark Thirty last night, those of you who have already seen it too, what did you make of Jessica Chastain's performance?

Aloha

Anonymous said...

Can you please include the Scarecrow actors Gene Hackman and Al Pacino. Its some pf their best work

dinasztie said...

I'm so glad about this outcome. Palin is a killer and I also think he even outdoes Kline. :)

Maciej said...

Richard Deryfuss - "American Graffiti"
James Coburn - "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid"
Kris Kristofferson - "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid"
Harvey Keitel - "Mean Streets"
MArtin Sheen - "Badlands"

Anonymous said...

Hackman and Pacino in Scarecrow
Newman in The Sting
Kietel in Mean Streets
Sheen in Bad Lands

Thats all I can think of right now. I guess Brando's Last Tango was a 72 performance

RatedRStar said...

Al Pacino - Scarecrow
Gene Hackman - Scarecrow
Harvey Keitel - Mean Streets
Paul Newman - The Sting
Martin Sheen - Badlands

RatedRStar said...

ive seen Zero Dark Thirty and I thought Chastain was brilliant and definately worthy of the best actress gong, Mark Strong and Kyle Chandler were also my favorites of the great supporting cast.

Lezlie said...

I agree with you RatedRStar, I would be glad is she wins the Oscar, although I'm not confident she will.

RatedRStar said...

I think Jennifer Lawrence may win but if she doesnt then I see Silver Linings Playbook being the big loser at the oscars like True Grit or Moneyball where itll get about 7 nominations and lose all of them.