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  • Sebastian Milpetz
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    One of the best years for supporting actors in one of the best years in movie history.
    Great line-up (except for Duncan, i would replace him with Pitt in “Fight Club”) 
    Tom Cruise in his best performance. Jude Law was brilliant. I normally dont like, when they nominate child actors, but Osment was stunning.    

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    Macbeth
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    Tom Cruise. The fact that he is not Academy Award winner Tom Cruise for this film is a shame because it was an amazing performance that any actor would have killed for. 

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    JayDF
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    So so year for me…Jude Law is the only option for a winner, IMO, but I do admire Osment and even Cruise’s performances.  Huge Caine fan, but saw nothing really special here.  Duncan was ok at best.

    1. Law
    2. Osment
    3. Cruise
    4. Caine
    5. Duncan 

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    Baby Clyde
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    The worst one won.

    I loathe Tom Cruise but even he was better than Michael Caine’s nothing performance, shonky accent and all.

    Jude Law pulled off an incredibly difficult role brilliantly (It of course helps that he was super hot as well). I give it to him just over Osment.

    1 – Law
    2 – Osment
    3 – Duncan
    4 – Cruise
    5 – Caine

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    Osment. Christopher Pummer, John Malkovich, and Brad Pitt should’ve gotten in over the other four contenders.

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    Madson Melo
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    Cruise.

    Osment and Law were very good too.

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    Anthony
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    I’d give it to Haley Joel Osment, but I would definitely say that the rest of the nominees were undeserving and should’ve been replaced by other contenders (the previously mentioned Christopher Plummer, John Malkovich, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and Brad Pitt).

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    Halo_Insider
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    Tom Cruise, without a doubt. Haley Joel Osment is a close second.

    As of now, I would have gone with:

    Tom Cruise, Magnolia
    Jude Law, The Talented Mr. Ripley 
    John Malkovich, Being John Malkovich 
    Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sense
    Brad Pitt, Fight Club      

    Runners-up:
    1) Philip Baker Hall, Magnolia
    2) Philip Seymour Hoffman, Magnolia
    3) Christopher Plummer, The Insider
    4) Michael Caine, The Cider House Rules
    5) Michael Clarke Duncan, The Green Mile       

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    Osment. Christopher Pummer, John Malkovich, and Brad Pitt should’ve gotten in over the other four contenders.

    Had Malkovic been nommed he would be my winner by a mile.

    I was very surprised Plummer wasn’t pushed more. Seemed like prime Oscar bait to me but I didn feel his performance was kind of sabotaged by the direction/script/editing.

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    Miss Frost
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    [quote=”TaraLauder21″]Osment. Christopher Pummer, John Malkovich, and Brad Pitt should’ve gotten in over the other four contenders.

    Had Malkovic been nommed he would be my winner by a mile.

    I was very surprised Plummer wasn’t pushed more. Seemed like prime Oscar bait to me but I didn feel his performance was kind of sabotaged by the direction/script/editing.[/quote]
    I couldn’t agree more. Plummer and Malkovich were brilliant.

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    Malick
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    Duncan but Osment was a close 2nd for me. And gotta say Michael Caine though not my choice, gave a great performance in TCHR.

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    CJO1234
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    I voted Duncan. Cruise is right behind, followed by Osment, Caine, and Law in that order.

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    Chris Cooper (American Beauty), Wes Bently (American Beauty), Chirs Klien (Election), and Christopher Plummer (The Insider) were all snubbed. Michael Clarke Duncan was the only performance I was in awe of 

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    Malick
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    ^ Had Cooper been nominated I would have voted for him. Imo he remains one the best things about American Beauty.

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