Best Scene: Ned Racine looks over Matty's yearbook.
Best Scene: Hendrik Hoefgan tries to plead for one of his fellow artists.
Best Scene: The opening quest.
Best Scene: The Captain watches the helpless men drown.
1. Mel Gibson in Gallipoli- Good Predictions Koook160, Psifonian, and RatedRStar. All I can say is my top four is an extraordinary group, but I'm going with the performance that I got the strongest emotional reaction from, which is really saying something considering I reacted pretty strongly to all of them. Gibson's performance though is an amazing piece acting, the early part of his performance being Gibson at his charismatic best in his depiction of the cynical Frank, and the end being such a heartbreaking portrayal of such a man having to face the harsh realities of World War I trench warfare.
Best Scene: Frank and Archy both fail to complete their final run.
- Mel Gibson in Gallipoli
- Bob Hoskins in The Long Good Friday
- Jürgen Prochnow in Das Boot
- Harrison Ford in Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Klaus Maria Brandauer in Mephisto
- Dudley Moore in Arthur
- Ian Charleson in Chariots of Fire
- Ben Cross in Chariots of Fire
- Mark Lee in Gallipoli
- John Travolta in Blow Out
- James Caan in Thief
- Henry Fonda in On Golden Pond
- Andre Gregory in My Dinner With Andre
- Mel Gibson in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
- Steve Martin in Pennies From Heaven
- Kurt Russell in Escape from New York
- Timothy Hutton in Taps
- William Hurt in Body Heat
- Donald Sutherland in Eye of the Needle
- David Naughton in An American Werewolf in London
- Craig Warnock in Time Bandits
- Treat Williams in Prince of the City
- Mickey Rooney in The Fox and the Hound
- Wallace Shawn in My Dinner With Andre
- Mel Brooks in History of the World Part I
- Kurt Russell in The Fox and the Hound
- Harold Ramis in Stripes
- Bill Murray in Stripes
- Paul Newman in Absence of Malice
- Harry Hamlin in Clash of the Titans
- Warren Beatty in Reds
- Richard Benjamin in Saturday the 14th
- Stephen Lack in Scanners