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    Gene Hackman

    Best Supporting Actor 1967: Bonnie and Clyde
    Best Actor 1970: I Never Sang for my Father
    Best Actor 1973: Scarecrow*
    Best Actor 1974: The Conversation
    Best Actor 1975: Night Moves
    Best Supporting Actor 1978: Superman
    Best Supporting Actor 1992: Unforgiven*
    Best Actor 2001: The Royal Tenenbaums*

    8 nominations and 3 wins.

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    Amy Adams

    2005 Junebug - Best Supporting Actress WIN
    2007 Enchanted - Best Actress
    2010 The Fighter - Best Supporting Actress
    2012 The Master - Best Supporting Actress WIN
    2013 Her - Best Supporting Actress
    2013 American Hustle - Best Actress(I haven't given her the win here but in time I might just change my mind. Her performance here gets better and better every time)
    2016 Arrival - Best Actress TIE with Isabelle Huppert in Elle

    I suppose I can't nominate her for Nocturnal Animals if I have already nominated her for Arrival?
    Hawkins / McDormand / Dench / Ronan/ Robbie

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    Slay-my Adams: The Original Danish Girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CIN View Post
    Can't believe I forgot that.

    VIGGO MORTENSEN
    Best Actor: Eastern Promises, 2007 (NOMINATION)
    Best Actor: The Road, 2009 (WIN)
    Best Supporting Actor: A Dangerous Method (NOMINATION)
    Best Actor: Captain Fantastic, 2016 (NOMINATION)
    But you still forgot Lord of the Rings! Aragorn is the best thing he's ever done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumierre View Post
    But you still forgot Lord of the Rings! Aragorn is the best thing he's ever done.
    And A History of Violence!

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    Clearly I need to revisit Mortensen's films. I haven't seen A History of Violence in a long time, but it absolutely belongs on there as well. I'm also very tempted to include Jauja, but 2014 is such a stacked year that I don't know if I could fit him in.

    He's very good in Lord of the Rings, but I wouldn't consider him Oscar-worthy there.

    VIGGO MORTENSEN (revised)
    Best Actor: A History of Violence, 2005 (NOMINATION)
    Best Actor: Eastern Promises, 2007 (NOMINATION)
    Best Actor: The Road, 2009 (WIN)
    Best Supporting Actor: A Dangerous Method (NOMINATION)
    Best Actor: Captain Fantastic, 2016 (NOMINATION)

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    Tom Hardy

    2008: Bronson (lead) ------------WINNER-------------
    2011: Warrior (supporting)
    2012: This Means War (I'm joking)
    2012: Lawless (supporting)
    2014: Locke (lead)
    2015: Legend (lead)
    2015: The Revenant (supporting) ------------WINNER-------------

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    To be fair, This Means War is the best Tom Hardy has ever looked.



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    1995 - BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE FOR 12 MONKEYS


    1999 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Fight Club (loses to Johnny Depp in Sleepy Hollow)


    2000 - BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE FOR SNATCH


    2001 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Ocean's Eleven (loses to Eddie Murphy for Shrek)


    2008 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Burn After Reading (loses to Robert Downey Jr. in Tropic Thunder)


    2009 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Inglourious Basterds (loses to Tahar Rahim for Un Prophète)


    2011 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Moneyball (loses to Michael Fassbender in Shame)


    2013 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for The Counselor (loses to Michael Fassbender in 12 Years a Slave)

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    Quote Originally Posted by siowafc View Post
    To be fair, This Means War is the best Tom Hardy has ever looked.



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    Best Supporting Actor - What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
    Best Actor - The Basketball Diaries
    Best Actor - Catch Me If You Can
    Best Actor - Blood Diamond
    Best Actor - The Departed
    Best Actor - Revolutionary Road
    Best Actor - The Wolf of Wall Street

    7 nominations, 3 wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara Allorn View Post

    1995 - BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE FOR 12 MONKEYS


    1999 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Fight Club (loses to Johnny Depp in Sleepy Hollow)


    2000 - BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE FOR SNATCH


    2001 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Ocean's Eleven (loses to Eddie Murphy for Shrek)


    2008 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Burn After Reading (loses to Robert Downey Jr. in Tropic Thunder)


    2009 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Inglourious Basterds (loses to Tahar Rahim for Un Prophète)


    2011 - Best Actor in a Leading Role for Moneyball (loses to Michael Fassbender in Shame)


    2013 - Best Actor in a Supporting Role for The Counselor (loses to Michael Fassbender in 12 Years a Slave)


    I haven't been impressed with what he's done lately, but he's always been one of my favorites. His run from 2006-2011 is unparalleled, so many great performances (and usually in great films, too).

    His 90's work is really fun, too. Thelma and Louise! I'd drive off the Grand Canyon for a taste of that, too!
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