Friday, 2 August 2013

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 2002

And the Nominees Were Not:

Andy Serkis in The Two Towers

Bernard Hill in The Two Towers

Dennis Quaid in Far From Heaven

Robin Williams in Insomnia

Richard Gere in Chicago

23 comments:

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

My guess:

1. Serkis
2. Williams
3. Quaid
4. Gere
5. Hill

Anonymous said...

Once again, I'm just gonna take a shot in the dark here. I have a feeling Walken will take the overall, but I've been wrong before.
1. Serkis
2. Williams
3. Quaid
4. Hill
5. Gere

RatedRStar said...

1)Andy Serkis
2)Robin Williams
3)Dennis Quaid
4)Bernard Hill
5)Richard Gere

RatedRStar said...

Louis, can I ask you a umm very blunt question lol.

Louis Morgan said...

Sure.

RatedRStar said...

Are you still gonna see Brendan Gleeson in 28 Days Later cause I really think you will like it and him in it, cause he is basically the beating heart of the film that has all the most heartbreaking moments and that's Gleeson doing what he does best.

Because im absolutely stunned that Bernard Hill was chosen lol.

Mark said...

1. Serkis
2. Quaid
3. Williams
4. Hill
5. Gere

Louis Morgan said...

RatedRStar: I'll definitely be watching 28 Days Later for Gleeson and Murphy. I was very close to choosing Gleeson, but I decided to not be selfish and heed to popular demand instead.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Brendan Gleeson, will you be reviewing him for Best Actor 1998 for The General? I've heard he's quite good in that.

Louis Morgan said...

It seems very likely.

Michael McCarthy said...

1. Andy Serkis
2. Dennis Quaid
3. Richard Gere
4. Robin Williams
5. Bernard Hill

I'd reeeeally love to see Serkis win the overall, but that's just me.

bondfan said...

1. Serkis
2. Hill
3. Quaid
4. Williams
5. Gere

Lezlie said...

1. Andy Serkis
2. Dennis Quaid
3. Robin Williams
4. Bernard Hill
5. Richard Gere

Maciej said...

1.Quaid
2.Serkis
3.Hill
4.Williams
5.Gere

moviefilm said...

1) Andy Serkis
2) Dennis Quaid
3) Robin Williams
4) Bernard Hill
5) Richard Gere (thanks for choosing him, he's great)

mrripley said...

I don't believe in the mo cap nominations otherwise you may as well nominate voice work,it belongs in it's own categery,that's just my opinion though,gere is not supporting but lead globes and sag thought so,why change it and i would have put dillane in the hours in there over serkis.

Michael Patison said...

1. Andy Serkis
2. Robin Williams
3. Dennis Quaid
4. Bernard Hill
5. Richard Gere

Fisti said...

Dennis Quaid, and then everyone else.

Louis Morgan said...

mrripley: I do technically nominate vocal performances too, even though only one has made my top ten so far. I don't feel they should be excluded, and put in a separate category as they are just a far more limited performance technically speaking.

As for Gere I will admit he's on the border, but he doesn't have any scenes from his perspective and when he does not have one of his numbers he is almost viewed at a distance.

Psifonian said...

1. Hill (I got a feeling)
2. Serkis
3. Williams
4. Quaid
5. Gere

Michael McCarthy said...

As far as the whole motion capture issue, I don't think counting mo-cap performances is the same thing as counting regular voice over work, because Serkis's voice wasn't the only part of him that was put into that performance. Gollum's movements and facial expressions were also created by Serkis, all the CGI really did was change his physical appearance.

Anonymous said...

Andy Serkis is as worthy pf praise as an actor as someone like Lon Chaney was. It's essentially just advanced makeup. The performance is all him.

Anonymous said...

1. Andy Serkis
2. Bernard Hill
3. Dennis Quaid
4. Robin Williams
5. Richard Gere