5. William Sadler in Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey - Sadler offers a particularly unique and rather enjoyable presence by appropriating the right amount of both goofiness and gravitas for his death.
Best Scene: "Yes, way."
4. Patrick Swayze in Point Break - Swayze truly owns his role as a zen bank robber by bringing so much conviction and charisma that somehow makes sense of his illogical role.
Best Scene: Bank robbery gone wrong.
3. Robert Patrick in Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Patrick gives a brilliant progression of the unstoppable android performance by representing a different type of machine, as well as his facade, and just a bit more.
Best Scene: Finger wag.
2. Alan Rickman in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - Rickman essentially trolls his own film, for the better, in his wildly over the top, yet absurdly enjoyable performance that seeks to entertain the audience knowing his own film is struggling to do so.
Best Scene: "Call off Christmas"
1. Joe Pesci in JFK - Good predictions Omar, Tahmeed, Calvin, Luke, Jackiboyz, Charles, and Emi Grant. Joe Pesci gives an endlessly fascinating performance worthy of his fascinating and mysterious figure. Pesci realizes the complexity of the man's within the conspiracy but takes this even further by offering a heartbreaking portrait of a man swallowed by the very conspiracy he helped to create.