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  • darthvader12
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    #602400

    These are the Best Actor nominees for 1992. Feel free to vote for your pick.

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    ziggy
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    #602408

    Easily D-Wash. It’s a pretty strong lineup overall.

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    Nick
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    Denzel should’ve won this obviously. Stephen Rea shouldn’t have been nominated for that lackluster Crying Game.

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    ETPhoneHome
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    Pacino should have won for Glengarry Glen Ross. That was his best performance of that year.

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    OnTheAisle
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    #602427

    The great Robin Williams electrified audiences as the genie in Aladdin. No performance garnered more attention. He was brilliant and should have won the Oscar in recognition of his comic genius.

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    vlaxym
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    #602456

    Rea closely followed by Downey, Jr.

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    Andrew Carden
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    Of the Academy’s picks, Downey, Jr., though Eastwood, Rea and Washington are in fantastic form too. Pacino’s performance is pure diarreha.

    A shame Jeremy Irons wasn’t in there for “Damage.” But I mean, even Michael Douglas in “Basic Instinct” would’ve been a more deserving nominee than Pacino.

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    Madson Melo
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    #602474

    Washington, by a HUGE mile.

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    Mad Max Guitarist
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    #602522

    It was incredible how Denzel Washington portrayed Malcolm X in this film. This was a strong year for actor, any other nominees could win in any other year. Denzel was robbed

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    Boidiva02
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    #661324

    Rae, followed by Eastwood.

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    KyleBailey
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    #661434

    Rae or Washington from the nominees but Tom Crusie should have won for A Few Good Men. I would have also loved to see Woody Allen “Husbands and Wives” and Jack Lemmon “Glengarry Glen Ross” in the mix

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    babypook
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    I adore Pacino but I regret that his win is for this film.

    Outside of that a near impossible choice.

    In retrospect, I’m voting for Stephen Rea. From all of the perfs above, his is the one which has stayed with me to this day.

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    Nick
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    I adore Pacino but I regret that his win is for this film.

    Outside of that a near impossible choice.

    In retrospect, I’m voting for Stephen Rea. From all of the perfs above, his is the one which has stayed with me to this day.

    For the insufferable Crying Game? Girl, Denzel is a runaway for the win for me.

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    babypook
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    [quote=”babypook”]

    I adore Pacino but I regret that his win is for this film.

    Outside of that a near impossible choice.

    In retrospect, I’m voting for Stephen Rea. From all of the perfs above, his is the one which has stayed with me to this day.

    For the insufferable Crying Game? Girl, Denzel is a runaway for the win for me.
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    For sure Denzel is the likely go-to choice. I’m surprised he’s not running away with this poll. We know he’s tops as an actor.

    I went with Rea because the guy is understated-great. In everything.

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    Problemchild
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    I love Pacino but this Oscar belongs to Washington and Washington only.

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