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Old 01-05-2013, 06:31 PM   #21
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God, I hated that horrid movie.
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Sam Rockwell - Moon
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God, I hated that horrid movie.
Thats to bad for u. I thought the film was great but Smith's performance was one of the best Ive ever seen! U do know he was nominated for the performance, he just didnt win. Got Em!!
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Robert Deniro should have 3 (Taxi Driver)
He should have two. Give him one for Taxi Driver (and really, that's a very close call - Peter Finch was awfully good in Network) but his best supporting for The Godfather Part II should have gone to John Cazale for either GF2 or The Conversation.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:14 PM   #25
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Peter O'Toole. He was finally awarded an honorary Oscar, but he deserved it on its own merit.
Yea, Peter O Toole should have won on his own merit.

Cary Grant was given an honorary one as well. He should have won for Penny Serenade.
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Ray Liotta for Goodfellas
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Over Pesci? That's fairly bold
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Ray Liotta for Goodfellas
I support that!
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Jim Carrey, no doubt. I think it's a shame they ignored his outstanding work in The Truman Show and it's even worse he didn't get one for the inimitable work for Man on the Moon. Not even a nomination? That's just ... I have no words for this huge mistake. He got the Golden Globes for both. And yeah, maybe Eternal Sunshine deserved a nomination also.
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Malcolm McDowell, please. Ditto to Oliver Reed. The Devils was really ignored at the Oscars, wasn't it?
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He should have two. Give him one for Taxi Driver (and really, that's a very close call - Peter Finch was awfully good in Network) but his best supporting for The Godfather Part II should have gone to John Cazale for either GF2 or The Conversation.
His performance in Goodfellas stands second to noone.
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I feel Steve Buscemi missed out on several earned Supporting Actor Oscar nominations.
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Joaquin Phoenix - Walk the Line
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Val Kilmer -The Doors
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Edward Norton,Primal Fear and American History X
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