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  • darthvader12
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    #661240

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

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    Andrew Carden
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    #661251

    Of those, Hackman, but you removed the best nominee of the Academy’s picks, the heartbreaking David Paymer in “Mr. Saturday Night.” Davidson’s impressive too, while Nicholson and Pacino more or less phone it in.

    Bruce Willis should’ve been in here for “Death Becomes Her.” Christopher Walken and Danny DeVito were great too in “Batman Returns.” And Tom Hanks in “A League of Their Own.” And Sydney Pollack in “Husbands and Wives.”  And Alec Baldwin (much better than Pacino) in “Glengarry Glen Ross.” Senn Penn in “Carlito’s Way” too.

    This was a great year for supporting men, so a shame to see Nicholson and Pacino in there.

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    M H
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    Davidson is my pick of those, thought I agree that Baldwin should have been nominated. Had he been, I would like pick him. 

    Hackman, though, is certainly a good and deserving winner. One of the best ones in what is often a mess of a category.  

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    vlaxym
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    #661313

    Hackman with Davison close behind.

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    OnTheAisle
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    #661318

    Jack Lemmon was magnificent and heartbreaking in Glengarry Glen Ross. His brilliant performance was snubbed by the Academy in its effort to redeem itself for the failure to honor Al Pacino previously.

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    Andrew Carden
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    Jack Lemmon was magnificent and heartbreaking in Glengarry Glen Ross. His brilliant performance was snubbed by the Academy in its effort to redeem itself for the failure to honor Al Pacino previously.

    Lemmon was indeed incredible, but campaigned in Lead.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    #661359

    Jack Lemmon and Alec Baldwin deserved nominations. 

    I picked Hackman.  

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    Michael Norris
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    #661367

    1. Christian Coleman- South Central
    2. Jaye Davidson- The Crying Game
    3. Gene Hackman- Unforgiven
    4. Robin Williams- Aladdin
    5. Sidney Pollack- Husbands and Wives

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    ziggy
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    #661384

    Davidson without question. His performance is a rare kind of a gem.

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    KyleBailey
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    I just don’t understand Hackman’s win at all. I can’t even remember his performance that’s how little impact it made. This was Jack Nicholson’s for me. Sydney Pollack should have been here as well for Husbands and Wives

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    JabberCash
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    My nominees would have been:

    1. Gene Hackman, Unforgiven
    2. Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game
    3. Alec Baldwin, Glengarry Glen Ross
    4. Jack Nicholson, A Few Good Men
    5. Steve Buscemi, Reservoir Dogs
     

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