I don't think you'd have chosen to review Clooney unless you've seen him and thought he was good. That said, I still thing he'll be last or 4th at best.1. Ryan Gosling2. Choi Min-sik3. Andy Serkis4. Robert Duvall5. George Clooney
1) Ryan Gosling (it must be him, he was perfect)2) Robert Duvall (also great)3) Choi Min-Sik4) Andy Serkis5) George Clooney
Kinda wished that you'd review DiCaprio in Shutter Island. Oh well.
Ryan Gosling...and then everyone else.
1)Ryan Gosling2)Robert Duvall3)Choi Min Sik4)Andy Serkis5)George Clooney
My guess:1. Gosling2. Min-Sik3. Serkis4. Duvall5. Clooney
Im really looking forward to your Clooney review.
Hi!1. Ryan Gosling2. Robert Duvall3. Choi Min-Sik4. Andy Serkis5. George Clooney
1. Min-Sik2. Gosling3. Duvall4. Serkis5. Clooney
Again, I know it's early, but here's some 2010 Supporting Actor suggestions while they're fresh in my mind:Andrew Garfield in The Social NetworkSam Rockwell in ConvictionJustin Timberlake in The Social NetworkArmie Hammer in The Social NetworkKeiran Culkin in Scott Pilgrim vs. the WorldJason Schwartzman in Scott Pilgrim vs. the WorldPete Postlethwaite in The TownPierce Brosnan in The Ghost WriterMark Strong in Kick-AssBen Mendelsohn in Animal Kingdom
^ To that I would add Ken Watanabe in Inception (who I thought took what could've been a stock character and found some real depth in it).
I left out the men from Inception because the movie never really gives any of them much development. Kudos to them, though, because they certainly made the most of it. The only performance in Inception that was awards worthy in my eyes was Marion Cotillard, who happens to be my choice for Supporting Actress that year in a landslide.
1. Gosling2. Duvall3. Min-Sik4. Clooney5. SerkisHave to admit, kind of suprised neither of DiCaprio's performances are here.
Ryan Gosling was really great but, I dont no, I just find Blue Valentine to be just too much if you get me, I felt like killing myself after seeing this film it makes u feel so damn depressed.
Clooney's Best performance besides From Dust till dawn.
I think you might be interested in the performances given by Terence Stamp, John Hurt, and Tim Roth in The Hit. It's a 1984 film.
Since Michael mentioned a movie from a year you already reviewed, are you going to rank Eric Stoltz in Mask for 1985 Lead Actor?
Can I suggest the excellent Vincent Cassel in Black Swan for supporrting actor 2010,Guy Pearce in The Kings Speech or Jack Mcgee in The Fighter.
Michael, Koook: I will have to get around to those film, and I will add the performances to the overall ranks when I finally watch them.
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