Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1982

And the Nominees Were Not:

Rutger Hauer in Blade Runner

Mickey Rourke in Diner

Jerry Lewis in The King of Comedy

Ricardo Montalban in Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan

Michael Keaton in Night Shift

36 comments:

Psifonian said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Keaton
4. Montalban
5. Lewis

mcofra7 said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Keaton
4. Lewis
5. Montalban

GetDonaldSutherlandAnOscar said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Keaton
4. Montalban
5. Lewis

Maciej said...

1.Hauer
2.Rourke
3.Montablan
4.Keaton
5.Lewis

Michael Patison said...

1. Rutger Hauer
2. Mickey Rourke
3. Michael Keaton
4. Ricardo Montalbán
5. Jerry Lewis

Grady Tripp said...

I have Keaton as co-lead in NIGHT SHIFT, but I don't see Henry Winkler in your lead line-up at all. Curious to your thoughts!

JackiBoyz said...

1.Hauer
2.Rourke
3.Montablan
4.Lewis
5.Keaton

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

1. HAUER
2. Rourke
3. Lewis
4. Keaton
5. Montalban

luke higham said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Montalban
4. Lewis
5. Keaton

Louis: Your Ratings & Thoughts on Kevin Kline in Sophie's Choice, Wilford Brimley in The Thing, Charles Durning in Tootsie and Sanderson, Olmos & Walsh in Blade Runner.

luke higham said...

Louis: Shatner and Nimoy as well for Wrath of Khan.

luke higham said...

Louis: One of your labels needs to change.

1982 Alternate Supporting instead of 1982 Alternate Best Actor

GetDonaldSutherlandAnOscar said...

Thoughts and rating for James Hong in Blade Runner?

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

I have a proposition, Louis. What if we do a "Wiseau" week for the blog? A week where you review legendarily bad performances like Travolta in Battlefield Earth and the likes.

RatedRStar said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Montalban
4. Lewis
5. Keaton

I have already started my spreadsheet for the bonus review line ups =D.

luke higham said...

RatedRStar: I'm going to give one of my Suggested Bonus Lineups in advance
2010/2011 Lead
Mads Mikkelsen - Valhalla Rising
Edgar Ramirez - Carlos (alt. Ryan Reynolds - Buried)
Jakub Gierszal - Suicide Room
Woody Harrelson - Rampart
Peter Mullan - Tyrannosaur

RatedRStar said...

=D I am so happy we have the bonus reviews, that ll keep this blog going for at least another 2 - 3 years and I aint going anywhere =D, basically I imagine any performance that wasn't on Louis rankings is eligible which is awesome cause that means more new films and performances can appear to surprise everyone and get people interested, plus snubbed performances that Louis hasnt seen yet.

Like here is an example I think is possible (1965/1966 or if it is going to be 1966/1967)

Max Von Sydow - Hawaii
Stephen Boyd - The Fantastic Voyage
Paul Newman - Harper
Jean Martin - The Battle Of Algiers
Donald Pleasence - Cul-de-sac

Louis would that be the kind of lineup that would work? as an example =).

RatedRStar said...

Yes Luke =D exactly what I thought, and ohh you devil =D you remembered my winning request lol.

@Koook160: I think bad performances have an even greater chance of appearing on the bonus reviews in the normal section, oh wow Louis I can think of some bad ones I would love for you to see, remember Richard Dix =D.

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

As long as Joaquin Phoenix gets reviewed for The Yards, I'm good. I Think he could easily take 2000 Supporting for it.

luke higham said...

Personally, for each lineup, I think, there should be 6 instead of 5 reviews, just to balance it out. e.g. 3 for 2010, 3 for 2011.

RatedRStar said...

@Koook160: Why dont you choose him as your winning request =D then he is guaranteed.

@Luke: That could happen but with years like the 40s and 50s that might not be possible, like all of the contenders for 44/45 could all be from 44 since that is clearly a stronger year for film performances =D, I think it is more unpredictable if it is just any amount from a year.

mcofra7 said...

Wasn't Phoenix requested?

luke higham said...

RatedRStar: Honestly, for the earlier decades, it would be a bit too much, but from the 60s onwards, certainly.

Other Performances to watch/review - 2010/2011
2010
Vincent Gallo - Essential Killing
Juliette Binoche - Certified Copy
Leslie Manville - Another Year
Paul Giamatti - Barney's Version
Nicole Kidman - Rabbit Hole
Michelle Williams - Meek's Cutoff
Cast of 13 Assassins
Danny Trejo - Machete
The Cast of Four Lions
Rachel Weisz - The Whistleblower
Jim Carrey - I Love You Philip Morris
Wilson/Lonsdale - Of Gods And Men
2011
Antonio Banderas - The Skin I Live In
Olivia Colman - Tyrannosaur
Kirsten Dunst - Melancholia
Tilda Swinton/Ezra Miller - We Need To Talk About Kevin
Michael Smiley - Kill List
Daniel Henshall - Snowtown
Fiennes/Redgrave - Coriolanus
Peyman Moaadi - A Separation
Cast of Margin Call
Fassbender/Wiakowska - Jane Eyre
Joseph Gordon Levitt - 50/50
Theron/Oswalt - Young Adult
Wiig/McCarthy - Bridesmaids
Andy Serkis - Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
John Boyega - Attack The Block
Paul Giamatti - Win Win
Charlie Creed Miles - Wild Bill
Tom Cruise - Mission Impossible IV
Jake Gyllenhaal - Source Code
Rutger Hauer - Hobo With A Shotgun
Cluzet/Sy - The Intouchables
Rachel Weisz - The Deep Blue Sea

JackiBoyz said...

Only thing I am wondering is how Louis will number each year, like is it going to be 1998/1999 and 2000/2001 or the opposite 1999/2000, 2001/2002?

RatedRStar said...

@mcofra7: Oh was he? lol =D I honestly didnt know.

RatedRStar said...

@Luke: Well I dont expect Louis to see most of those lol =D, I will just do what I usually do and suggest the 5 I am most interested in seeing =D.

luke higham said...

RatedRStar: I don't expect him to, but if not reviewed, then for the overall ranking instead. Also, there are many female performances for him to watch as well.

Also, what is your 2010/2011 Lineup.

RatedRStar said...

I dont actually know if Louis is doing female performances, I imagine not because he probably would do the real Best Actress category, then the alternate like with Best Actor.

my 2010/2011 lineup Best Actor (if that is correct)

Jakub Gierzal - Suicide Room
Jake Gyllenhaal - Source Code
Ralph Fiennes - Coriolanus
Michael Smiley - Kill List
Lau Ching Wan - Life Without Principles

luke higham said...

RatedRStar: I didn't say to review them, but getting around to watching them. The Blog has been Male Exclusive since Day 1.

luke higham said...

Louis: Are you willing to do a set of ten reviews for some bonus lineups.

moviefilm said...

1) Rutger Hauer
2) Jerry Lewis
3) Mickey Rourke
4) Ricardo Montalban
5) Michael Keaton

Anonymous said...

1. Hauer
2. Rourke
3. Lewis
4. Montalban
5. Keaton

Michael McCarthy said...

1. Rutger Hauer
2. Jerry Lewis
3. Ricardo Montalban
4. Michael Keaton
5. Mickey Rourke (more a pretty good utilization of his screen presence than anything else in my opinion.)

GM said...

1. Rutger Hauer
2. Jerry Lewis
3. Ricardo Montalban
4. Michael Keaton
5. Mickey Rourke

Louis Morgan said...

Luke:

Kline - 2.5(I kinda really liked the scene where he modestly apologizes to Peter MacNichol's character after his outburst. That earlier outburst and all other ones though I feel Kline goes a bit on the hammy side going into A Fish Called Wanda territory but the problem is he was suppose to be over the top and funny there)

Brimley - 4.5(His first section is well done bringing that usual solid Brimley presence to the scene. I particularly liked his quiet yet powerful reaction as he runs the tests on the computer. The jump is then purposeful though, as we never know when Blair would take over and his actions could be seen two different ways. Anyway though it is rather disconcerting to see the usually so confidant and commanding Brimley breakdown to such an intense insanity that may be a man who's lost his mind or an alien playing a game. He's especially good in the scene where MacReady checks on him as there is something so chilling about his manner as he speaks calmly enough but yet there is something so clearly wrong with him. Great work from a very reliable character actor.)

Durning - 4(This performance stands as an oddity since he obviously should have been nominated for it considering since he was nominated for an inferior performance and Tootsie was far more popular with the Academy as a while. Durning does some really solid work in his role playing his role nicely strange. He exudes a nice bit of fatherly warmth, and also manages to make his character's falling in love with Dorothy sadly believable. His final scene is very well acted as Durning suggests the anger and bitterness in his character while still showing that he can't but kinda help but kinda laugh at what happened)

Might as well ask about the Blade Runner and Star Trek men in their co-star's review.

If a year is strongest enough for five all alone I would just do a single.

RatedRStar:

That's essentially it.

Jackiboyz:

I'll figure it out.

luke higham said...

Thank You Louis.

Louis Morgan said...

Robert:

Wiseau week is a great idea, I'll have to do that sometime down the rode.