Thursday, 8 August 2013

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 2002: Results

5. Richard Gere in Chicago- Gere throws himself completely into the role which certainly offers some entertainment even if he over does it at some points.

Best Scene: Give em the old razzle dazzle.
4. Dennis Quiad in Far From Heaven- Quiad is somewhat restricted by the writing of his character but he excels in his portrayal of a very repressed man.

Best Scene: Frank tells his wife about his early vacation.
3. Andy Serkis in The Two Towers- Serkis creates a unique and very interesting character through his portrayal Gollum and his multiple personalities.

Best Scene: Smeagol and Gollum face off.
2. Robin Williams in Insomnia- Robin Williams gives probably his best performance giving a chilling performance as a killer who seems absolutely genuine in his innocence even while admitting he is completely guilty.

Best Scene: Walter Finch tells why he murdered the girl. 
1. Bernard Hill in The Two Towers- This is another very personal choice but I love Bernard Hill's work in the Two Towers. He takes a character that could have been a complete throwaway but instead brings such humanity and power into his role of King Théoden.

Best Scene: King Théoden mourns his son.
Overall Rank:
  1. Bernard Hill in The Two Towers
  2. Christopher Walken in Catch Me If You Can
  3. Robin Williams in Insomnia
  4. Paul Newman in Road to Perdition
  5. Brendan Gleeson in 28 Days Later 
  6. Andy Serkis in The Two Towers
  7. Jude Law in Road to Perdition
  8. Daniel Craig in Road to Perdition 
  9. Brendan Gleeson in Gangs of New York 
  10. Chris Cooper in Adaptation
  11. Thomas Kretschmann in The Pianist
  12. Sean Astin in The Two Towers
  13. Tom Hanks in Catch Me If You Can
  14. Dennis Quiad in Far From Heaven
  15. Barry Pepper in 25th Hour
  16. Christopher Lee in The Two Towers
  17. John C. Reilly in Gangs of New York
  18. Stephen Dillane in The Hours
  19. Eric Tsang in Infernal Affairs
  20. Brian Cox in 25th Hour
  21. J.K. Simmons in Spider-Man
  22. Philip Seymour Hoffman in 25th Hour
  23. Cliff Robertson in Spider-Man 
  24. Anthony Wong in Infernal Affairs
  25. Brian Cox in Adaptation
  26. Liev Schreiber in The Sum of All Fears
  27. Brad Dourif in The Two Towers 
  28. George Clooney in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
  29. Ian McKellen in The Two Towers 
  30. Sean Bean in The Two Towers
  31. Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man
  32. John C. Reilly in Chicago
  33. Dennis Haysbert in Far From Heaven
  34. Max von Sydow in Minority Report
  35. Joaquin Phoenix in Signs
  36. Philip Seymour Hoffman in Punch-Drunk Love 
  37. Denzel Washington in Antwone Fisher
  38. Liam Neeson in Gangs of New York 
  39. Michael Byrne in The Sum of All Fears
  40. Stanley Tucci in Road to Perdition 
  41. Richard Harris in The Count of Monte Cristo
  42. Ciarian Hinds in The Sum of All Fears
  43. Jim Broadbent in Gangs of New York 
  44. Billy Boyd in The Two Towers
  45. Richard Harris in The Chamber of Secrets
  46. Frank Finlay in The Pianist
  47. Noah Huntley in 28 Days Later
  48. Kenneth Branagh in The Chamber of Secrets
  49. Rutger Hauer in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
  50. Christopher Lee in Attack of the Clones
  51. Richard Gere in Chicago
  52. Luiz Guzman in Punch-Drunk Love
  53. Michael Wincott in The Count of Monte Cristo
  54. Jason Isaacs in The Chamber of Secrets 
  55. Colin Farrell in Minority Report 
  56. Alfred Molina in Frida
  57. James Cromwell in The Sum of All Fears
  58. John C. Reilly in The Hours
  59. David Wenham in The Two Towers 
  60. Rupert Grint in The Chamber of Secrets
  61. Morgan Freeman in The Sum of All FEars
  62. John Rhys-Davies in The Two Towers
  63. Jeremy Irons in The Time Machine
  64. Peter Stormare in Minority Report
  65. Alan Bates in Sum of All Fears 
  66. Orland Bloom in The Two Towers 
  67. Dominic Monaghan in The Two Towers
  68. Karl Urban in The Two Towers
  69. Tom Wilkinson in The Importance of Being Earnest
  70. Guy Pearce in The Count of Monte Cristo
  71. Gary Cole in One Hour Photo
  72. Tim Blake Nelson in Minority Report 
  73. Henry Cavill in The Count of Monte Cristo
  74. Christopher Eccleston in 28 Days Later
  75. James Franco in Spider-Man
  76. Henry Thomas in Gangs of New York 
  77. Luis Guzman in the Count of Monte Cristo
  78. Rory Culkin in Signs
  79. Orlando Jones in The Time Machine
  80. Martin Sheen in Catch Me If You Can
  81. John Noble in The Two Towers
  82. Geoffrey Rush in Frida 
  83. Ed Harris in The Hours
  84. Rip Torn in Men in Black 2
  85. Tony Siragusa in 25th Hour
  86. Dermot Mulroney in About Schmidt
  87. Dylan Smith in One Hour Photo
  88. Michael Madsen in Die Another Day
  89. Howard Hesseman in About Schmidt
  90. Toby Stephens in Die Another Day
  91. Eric Lloyd in The Santa Clause 2
  92. Johnny Knoxville in Men in Black 2
  93. Rick Yune in Die Another Day
  94. Rob Schneider in Mr. Deeds
Next Year: 1950 lead


RatedRStar said...

Toshiro Mifune - Rashomon
Richard Widmark - No Way Out
James Stewart - Winchester 73
Edmond O Brien - D.O.A
Marlon Brando - The Men

Psifonian said...

Yes! Hill for the win! Bow down before me, Doubting Thomases! :)

In all seriousness, though, glad to see he managed to win out. Such a wonderfully underrated turn.

1950 Lead Actor:
Toshiro Mifune - Rashomon (my win)
Sterling Hayden - The Asphalt Jungle
Edmond O'Brien - D.O.A.
Broderick Crawford – Born Yesterday
James Mason – One Way Street

Anonymous said...

Marlon Brando in The Men
Richard Widmark in Panic On The Streets
Richard Widmark in No Way Out
Humphrey Bogart for In a Lonely Place
Toshiro Mifune for Rashomon

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

@Psifonian: WE ARE UNWORTHY!

Michael Patison said...

Not surprised that Hill won out of the 5, but certainly surprised that he took down Walken.

For 1950:
Marlon Brando in The Men
Sterling Hayden in The Asphalt Jungle
Toshiro Mifune in Rashomon
Toshiro Mifune in Scandal
Sidney Poitier in No Way Out (I'd say he's borderline as a sort of secondary lead, much like Pearce in The Proposition)
John Wayne in Rio Grande
Richard Widmark in No Way Out

Michael Patison said...

A few other performance would be:
Dana Andrews in Where the Sidewalk Ends
Richard Basehart in Tension
Humphrey Bogart in In a Lonely Place
Lee J. Cobb in The Man Who Cheated Himself
Roberto Cobo in The Young and the Damned
Joseph Cotten in Two Flags West
Broderick Crawford in Born Yesterday
John Dall in Gun Crazy
Kirk Douglas in Young Man with a Horn
John Garfield in The Breaking Point
Farley Granger in Edge of Doom
Farley Granger in Side Street
Alec Guinness in Last Holiday
Charlton Heston in Dark City
William Holden in Union Station
Burt Lancaster in The Flame and the Arrow
Jean Marais in Orpheus
Gordon MacRae in Tea for Two
Robert Mitchum in Where Danger Lives
Ricardo Montalban in Mystery Street
Edmond O'Brien in D.O.A.
Mickey Rooney in Quicksand
Michel Simon in Beauty and the Devil
James Stewart in Winchester '73
Robert Taylor in Devil's Doorway
Marshall Thompson in Dial 1119
Raf Vallone in Path of Hope
Clifton Webb in Cheaper by the Dozen
Clifton Webb in For Heaven's Sake
Richard Widmark in Night and the City
Richard Widmark in Panic in the Streets

Michael Patison said...

Haha, a few.