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  • Strong & Silent Type
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    #548687

    A weak linuup with a good winner.
    My Ranking
    1-Plummer
    2-Von Seydo
    3-Branagh
    4-Nolte
    5-Hill

    My Ideal Lineup
    1-John Hawkes-Martha Marcy May Marlene(Winner)
    2-Ezra Miller-We Need to Talk About Kevin
    3-Patton Oswalt-Young Adult
    4-Plummer
    5-Von Seydo

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    ETPhoneHome
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    #548689

    This was one of the weakest lineups in recent memory, and it ended up with a career victory for the wrong actor. This would have been a great time to reward Sydow for a fantastic career.

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    Ryan Lapierre
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    #548690

    Albert Brooks should of been nominated for drive. So that would of been my pick. But out of the five probably Plummer.

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    vinny
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    #548691

    Plummer was a lock. He was really good and had the long overdue factor. I still cannot beleive he never was nominated for The Sound of Music or won for it.

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    Malick
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    #548692

    From this line-up I’d go with Nick. I wish he could have won as his performance knocked me out. But when surveying the entire landscape of 2011 “the” best supporting performance was John Hawkes in “Martha Marcy May Marlene”.

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    KyleBailey
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    #548693

    Nick Nolte was literally it. Though I would have liked Joel Edgerton over Notle for Warrior, none of the other performances were very knock out. Plummer won that as a life time achievment award. My ideal line up would have been:

    Ralph Fiennes “Harry Potter 7 Part 2”
    Alan Rickman “Harry Potter 7 Part 2”
    Ben Kingsley “Hugo”
    Ezra Miller “We Need to Talk About Kevin”
    Stellan Starsgard “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” 

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    babypook
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    #548694

    I am still baffled by two of those nominations. Jonah Hill, who I really like, washes his face and wears a jacket, combs his hair and bang! Nomination. Max von Sydow, one of my heros, opens and closes his hands and voila! Nomination!  At least I liked Moneyball.

    Branagh is good but c’mon! A nomination? Yeah right…..

    For me the two who actually put in terrific perfs are Plummer and Nolte.

    The kid in The Descendents was better. Any number of costars from TTSS were more deserving. Eddie Redmaine has more personality. Alan Rickman in Harry Potter…or Ralph Fiennes; a number of them from Midnight in Paris (Cory Stoll, for example)

    Anyways there are others I wouldnt have hesitated to place over Hill, Sydow, and Branagh.

    Big thumbs up to the great, Christopher Plummer.

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    KyleBailey
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    The kid in The Descendents was better. Any number of costars from TTSS were more deserving. Eddie Redmaine has more personality. Alan Rickman in Harry Potter…or Ralph Fiennes; a number of them from Midnight in Paris (Cory Stoll, for example)

    What is TTSS?  

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    KyleBailey
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    The kid in The Descendents was better. Any number of costars from TTSS were more deserving. Eddie Redmaine has more personality. Alan Rickman in Harry Potter…or Ralph Fiennes; a number of them from Midnight in Paris (Cory Stoll, for example)

    What is TTSS?  

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    babypook
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    #548697

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

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    KyleBailey
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    Ahh thanks for clearing that up. 

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    Baby Clyde
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    #548699

    Nolte easily.

    There were 3 performers there that could easily have been given career awards. No idea why they went with Plummer, he was fine but nothing special.

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    JayDF
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    #548700

    Plummer by default.  I almost voted for Von Sydow.  One fo the worst lineups in this category of recent memory.

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    tjd
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    #548701

    I haven’t seen Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, but I’m sure Max von Sydow is good in it, since he’s good in everything (at least from what I’ve seen).

    1. Nolte
    2. Plummer
    3. Branagh
    4. Hill

    Hill was fine in Moneyball, but I’d’ve rather seen someone else get the nod. Maybe Brad Pitt in The Tree of Life, Albert Brooks in Drive, or Philip Seymour Hoffman in The Ides of March.

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