Saturday, 3 May 2014

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 2009

And the Nominees Were Not:

Michael Fassbender in Fish Tank

Michael Fassbender in Inglorious Basterds

August Diehl in Inglorious Basterds

Peter Capaldi in In The Loop

Christian McKay in Me and Orson Welles

Nicholas Tse in Bodyguards and Assassins

Jackie Earle Haley in Watchmen

Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Watchmen

For the Prediction Contest:

Fassbender in Fish Tank

Capaldi

McKay

Tse

Morgan

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

1. Fassbender

2. Tse

3. Morgan

4. Capaldi

5. McKay

Terrific lineup. For some reason, though I think Haley may well beat them all outside of the ranking.

Michael Patison said...

I honestly have no idea, other than that I expect Fassbender to win the ranking. His win, though is not a certainty.
1. Michael Fassbender
2. Peter Capaldi
3. Nicholas Tse
4. Christian McKay
5. Jeffrey Dean Morgan

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

1. Fassbender
2. Morgan
3. Capaldi
4. Tse
5. McKay

Lezlie said...

1. Michael Fassbender
2. Nicholas Tse
3. Peter Capaldi
4. Jeffrey Dean Morgan
5. Christian McKay

moviefilm said...

1) Michael Fassbender
2) Peter Capaldi
3) Nicholas Tse
4) Jeffrey Dean Morgan
5) Christian McKay

luke higham said...

1. Capaldi
2, Fassbender
3. Tse
4. Morgan
5. Mckay

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RatedRStar said...

I am the only person to have seen Nicholas Tse, I thought he was adorable, but I am not sure Louis will feel the same way. I actually think Louis will like Wang Xueqi more lol.

1. Peter Capaldi
2. Michael Fassbender
3. Jeffrey Dean Morgan
4. Christian Mckay
5. Nicholas Tse

Maciej said...

1. Fassbender
2. McKay
3. Morgan
4. Tse
5. Capaldi

JackiBoyz said...

1. Peter Capaldi
2. Michael Fassbender
3. Jeffrey Dean Morgan
4. Nicholas Tse
5. Christian Mckay

luke higham said...

I'm Changing mine slightly

3. Morgan
4. Tse

Mark said...

1. Tse
2. Fassbender
3. McKay
4. Morgan
5. Capaldi

Michael Patison said...

Louis, what are your top ten films each year from 2000 to the present? You don't have to include thoughts unless you or somebody else wants you to.

Michael Patison said...

I asked Louis yesterday about where he watched The Entertainer, now I'm asking everybody, does anybody know of good places I could find the following within the next week?:
The Entertainer
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
This Sporting Life
if...
Billy Liar
Look Back in Anger
A Taste of Honey
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
The L-Shaped Room
Kes

I'm looking for the original British late 50s to 60s versions, not any remakes.

Michael McCarthy said...

I'm pretty sure I watched The Entertainer on a primewire.ag link.

RatedRStar said...

This might be a bit confusing Michael but I tryed lol, these work for me, copy the link and try them, I couldnt find all of them.

if...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmoHv8Mf_-o


This Sporting Life Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtsyGoGdW0c

This Sporting Life Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA4gknyzBXk

Look Back In Anger (its in a list)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOKPDR-zS04&list=PLE75E33D69A4F0FA1


A Taste Of Honey (it has foreign name but its in english)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M_pfoHgUjA


The Entertainer

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxunuy_entertainer_shortfilms


Kes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tynm2nopHLA


Loneliness Of The Long D Runner (its in 4 parts, the second, third and fourth parts are in the same channel)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucsq_LyU62c

Michael Patison said...

I haven't tried them yet, but thanks, RatedRStar. I didn't even think to check whether they were on YouTube.

RatedRStar said...

Ye, Most films that ya find on Youtube tend to be rare films from the 40s to 60s,


To help Louis as well, most Hong Kong films are on YouTube as well if ya ever struggle to find them =D.

Michael McCarthy said...

1. Jeffrey Dean Morgan
2. Nicolas Tse
3. Peter Capaldi
4. Michael Fassbender
5. Christian McKay

Matt Mustin said...

Louis, what are your thoughts on Kevin Conroy's Batman?

Louis Morgan said...

Michael: I'll give you my top five for the moment.

2000:

1. Memento
2. O Brother Where Art Thou
3. Battle Royale
4. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
5. Gladiator

2001:

1. The Fellowship of the Ring
2. Muholland Drive
3. The Man Who Wasn't There
4. The Royal Tenenbaums
5. Donnie Darko

2002:

1. Road To Perdition
2. The Pianist
3. The Two Towers
4. Catch Me if You Can
5. Infernal Affairs

2003:

1. Return of the King
2. Oldboy
3. Master and Commander
4. Memories of Murder
5. Kill Bill Vol. 1

2004:

1. Collateral
2. Shaun of the Dead
3. Kill Bill Vol. 2
4. Hotel Rwanda
5. The Prisoner of Azkaban

(I do need to see plenty of others film from this year, and I repeat I am desperately in the need of a re-watch of Eternal Sunshine)

2006:

1. Children of Men
2. Casino Royale
3. Letters from Iwo Jima
4. The Prestige
5. The Departed

2007:

1. Zodiac
2. The Assassination of Jesse James
3. Hot Fuzz
4. No Country For Old Men
5. King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

2008:

1. In Bruges
2. The Dark Knight
3. Iron Man
4. JCVD
5. Gran Torino

2009:

1. Inglorious Basterds
2. District 9
3. Bad Lieutenant
4. The Road
5. Moon

2011:

1. Drive
2. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
3. The Guard
4. The Artist
5. Midnight in Paris

2012:

1. Skyfall
2. Seven Psychopaths
3. The Master
4. Cloud Atlas
5. Zero Dark Thirty

2013:

1. Snowpiercer
2. Inside Llewyn Davis
3. 12 Years a Slave
4. The Wolf of Wall Street
5. Mud

Matt: He honestly is the best batman really in that he has the menace in his voice yet it never is a put on. In fact he rather brilliantly kinda has three voices one as Batman, one as the real Bruce Wayne, and one as the public Bruce Wayne. It's a great job that no live action actor can hold a candle to, well other than Adam West of course.

luke higham said...

Louis: When's the first review coming up.

Scott Gingold said...

1. Fassbender
2. Tse
3. Capaldi
4. McKay
5. Morgan

mcofra7 said...

Fassbender
McKay
Capaldi
Morgan
Tse

Michael Patison said...

What about 2005 and 2010? You must've already done them somewhere. Somebody mind pointing me in the right direction?

luke higham said...

Michael: You'll find 2005 on Copley's Review for District 9 & 2010 on Hardy's review for Bronson.

luke higham said...

Louis: Your Rating & Thoughts on Woody Harrelson in Zombieland.

Michael Patison said...

Thank you, thank you, Luke.

Louis Morgan said...

Luke: Harrelson - 4(Actually preferred it over his ever so slightly uneven nominated work. He's very entertaining and steals every scene other than the one featuring the special guest star of the film, more than that he actually even brings some dramatic weight in a key scene)