Opinion Battles Year 3 Round 4 Least Favourite Oscar Winning Performance from an Actor in Leading or Supporting Role

Opinion Battles Year 3, Round 4 – Least Favourite Oscar Winning Performance.

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Least Favourite Oscar Winning Performance from an Actor in Leading or Supporting Role

The Oscars are around the corner and we all know that people either love or hate the Oscars committee decisions. We have had the best or the best winning Oscars and after looking at our Favourite we need to look at our Least Favourite this time around.

If you want to join in Opinion Battles our next round will be Favourite Video Game Adaption. Send you choices to moviereviews101@yahoo.co.ukby 5th March 2017.

Darren – Movie Reviews 101

Michael Caine– The Cider House Rulescider-house

Dr Wilbur Larch is a performance I do enjoy but when you see the performance it beat you have to question the decision for his choice as a win, Michael Clarke Duncan (Green Mile), Tom Cruise (Magnolia) and Jude Law (Talent Mr Ripley) who could all…

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5 Responses to Opinion Battles Year 3 Round 4 Least Favourite Oscar Winning Performance from an Actor in Leading or Supporting Role

  1. beetleypete says:

    One of the easiest battles/polls yet. I hated Pacino in ‘Scent of a Woman’. Which is strange, because I usually rate him very highly in most things. But he let it all go here. Shouting, gurning, scene-chewing, overblown; embarrassing to behold, in every way. He ultimately ruined what could have been an interesting film.
    And when he got the Oscar, I actually shouted, “NO FUCKING WAY” at the TV.
    And as you know, I am not even an American.
    (I might have voted as you did, but could not bring myself to watch that awful Batman/Joker film)

    As ever, Pete. XXX

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