Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1980

And the Nominees Were:

Tsutomu Yamazaki in Kagemusha

Leslie Nielsen in Airplane

Bryan Brown in Breaker Morant

Harrison Ford in The Empire Strikes Back


Mark Hamill in The Big Red One

15 comments:

Lezlie said...

Hey!

Wild guess:

1. Tsutomu Yamazaki
2. Bryan Brown
3. Harrison Ford
4. Leslie Nielsen
5. Mark Hamill

Maciej said...

1.Yamazaki
2.Brown
3.Nielsen
4.Ford
5.Hamill

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

My guess:

1. Yamazaki
2. Brown
3. Hamill
4. Ford
5. Nielson

RatedRStar said...

1)Yamazaki
2)Brown
3)Ford
4)Hamill
5)Nielsen

Michael Patison said...

I think Brown is quite good, Fitz-Gerald as well, getting honest emotion out of their potentially simple parts in much the same manner as Woodward. That being said:
1. Tsutomu Yamazaki
2. Bryan Brown
3. Leslie Nielsen
4. Harrison Ford
5. Mark Hamill

Michael Patison said...

Actually I'll change:
1. Tsutomu Yamazaki
2. Bryan Brown
3. Mark Hamill
4. Leslie Nielsen
5. Harrison Ford

bondfan said...

1. Yamazaki
2. Brown
3. Hamill
4. Nielsen
5. Ford

Psifonian said...

1. Nielsen
2. Yamazaki (though you'll probably give him the win because never bet against the Kurosawa ;) )
3. Hamill
4. Ford
5. Brown

Anonymous said...

For 1981 Supporting , you HAVE GOT to add Mickey Rourke in Body Heat. has about 5 mins of screen time and steals those 5 mins.

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

Forget Rourke for 1981 One Scene Wonders, try Christopher Walken OWNING Pennies from Heaven in less than five minutes.

moviefilm said...

1) Tsutomu Yamazaki (you seem to really love these weird Asian movies and the strange performances in them)
2) Bryan Brown
3) Mark Hamill
4) Harrison Ford
5) Leslie Nielsen

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

@moviefilm: "Weird"? What, just because they're foreign releases? So what? Asia's been kicking our ass in filmmaking for years.

RatedRStar said...

I agree I think Asian films are the closest rivals in quality to English language films, also they aren't gonna stop anytime soon since 3 of my winning requests are from Asian films plus all of the times that Mifune will appear, also in fact if I win again most likely it ll be an Asian performance chosen.

RatedRStar said...

plus I could compare their stars with ours and they are almost the same in terms of style and personality.

here is my dictionary on what they are like in a comparison.

Andy Lau = imagine a charming George Clooney

Tony Leung Chiu Wai = Asias Clark Cable

Tatsuya Nakadai = usually quiet and expressive but strong willed at the same time.

Toshiro Mifune = capable of both crazed and quiet portrayals in iconic films

Lau Ching Wan = Jack Nicholson in terms of character and personality(egotistical and crazed at times)

Leslie Cheung = The fallen idol, the Bisexual hero of asia, often played theatrical characters and LGBT characters, I wouldn't quite compare him to Lord Olivier but he is still pretty darn good and skillful.

Takeshi Kitano = Big, loud and scary, often played villains or mobsters with a witty personality.

Chow Yun Fat = the classic leading hero, very charming and heroically bold.

Nicholas Tse = The current heartthrob of asia, touted the next big star, already won numerous awards, he is a bad boy type.

Anthony Wong Chau Sang = Charles Coburn, a master character actor who often played characters of high authority and passion.


moviefilm said...

I'm a Slovak myself, so any english, or american film is for me foreign, as well.
They're weird, because they have a different way of acting. The acting style of them is too different from the european, or american.
These reviews from Louis (that are absolutely great) are just as strange for me, as if he was reviewing some bollywood performance - that's also extremely different style...