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    I love this category. At times, the winners here are better than the lead winners. Some of my favorite winners include…

    Javier Bardem
    Heath Ledger
    J.K. Simmons

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    John Cazale should have been nominated for The Godfather Part II and Dog Day Afternoon.

    Cazale’s omission is baffling since 2 lesser performances from Godfather II got in ahead of him.

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    Cazale should have those 2 Oscars in my opinion.

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    Dog Day Afternoon had an odd Supporting Actor awards run. Charles Durning got the globe nomination, Chris Sarandon the Oscar nomination and Cazale nothing. I’d have put both Durning and Cazale in and take out Burgess Merideth and Jack Warden.

    George Burns sometimes gets called a lead performance but I think it is ok in supporting.

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    Kevin Kline winning is one of the coolest things AMPAS has ever done and I still can’t believe it happened.

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    Kevin Kline winning is one of the coolest things AMPAS has ever done and I still can’t believe it happened.

    Neither could he. I’ve heard him say he was working on something else and didn’t feel like flying all the way in just to lose. His mother said you have to go! And he won.

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    Imho this was almost always the most fun and competitive category recently. I don’t know why but the roles are so incredibly juicy every time. Some of the 2000s winners are already all-timers.

    FYC:

    Lead Actor: Mads Mikkelsen (Another Round)

    Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm)

    Supporting Actor: Paul Raci (Sound of Metal)

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    Javier Bardem’s win was so deserved. His character was so damn creepy but Bardem made him so loveable imo.

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    Ranking last decade:

    1. JK Simmons
    2. Christian Bale
    3. Brad Pitt
    4. Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
    5. Sam Rockwell
    6. Mark Rylance
    7. Christophe Waltz
    8. Mahershala Ali, Green Book

    Haven’t seen Beginners or Dallas Buyers Club.

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    Ranking last decade:

    1. Sam Rockwell
    2. J.K. Simmons
    3. Brad Pitt
    4. Christoph Waltz
    5. Mahershala Ali, Green Book
    6. Mark Rylance
    7. Christian Bale
    8. Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
    9. Jared Leto

    I have yet to see Beginners.

    FYC:

    Lead Actor: Mads Mikkelsen (Another Round)

    Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm)

    Supporting Actor: Paul Raci (Sound of Metal)

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    Last decade ranking:

    1. JK Simmons
    2. Christian Bale
    3. Jared Leto
    4. Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
    5. Mark Rylance
    6. Christoph Waltz
    7. Sam Rockwell
    8. Brad Pitt
    9. Mahershala Ali, Green Book

    (Not seen Beginners)

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    Mahershala Ali was great in Green Book and deserved his win, can’t believe people place him below Waltz.

    I liked his performance, but I also liked Waltz. Maybe subconsciously it is partly due to the fact that he beat Richard E. Grant lol.

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    Mahershala Ali was great in Green Book and deserved his win, can’t believe people place him below Waltz.

    He shouldn’t have been nominated in the first place. Green Book is average and Mahershala was nothing special in it. Literally the most uninspired win of the decade. Richard should’ve won and it’s not even close.

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    They keep putting him last, way below his own performance in Moonlight (which is the definition of nothingness), Leto who continues to be a joke, Waltz who did the same thing for the 100000th times, Pitt I mean seriously and Rylance who did not even deserve the nomination. There’s some bias in the air indeed cause Ali was definitely better than these persons.

    That’s just called difference in opinion.

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    Waltz winning was a mess.

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