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Title: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 05:12:46 PM
Feel free to post your thoughts on the countdown and list here.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Verite on December 20, 2010, 08:43:36 PM
Considering how previous collective FS lists have gone, it's great to see the females ranking highly.  I had a feeling the list was going to be very white.  Guess many aren't comfortable with evaluating non-English language performances.  Personally, don't think it's that complicated an issue when it comes to performances in a foreign language.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: LeosAxe on December 20, 2010, 08:56:41 PM
Ikiru is too low! I have only myself to blame for not submitting a list  :(
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Verite on December 20, 2010, 09:05:09 PM
For those who had Ledger's Joker on their list, pick one adjective to describe his performance.  Caveat: don't use evaluative adjective like great, fantastic, amazing, incredible, or anything along those lines, but use ones that describe your experience (reaction-/emotional-wise, etc.) such as frightening, creepy, etc.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: THATguy on December 20, 2010, 09:25:36 PM
Tom Cruise at #7? Really?  A swing a miss by the collective Filmspotter.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 09:29:32 PM
For those who had Ledger's Joker on their list, pick one adjective to describe his performance.  Caveat: don't use evaluative adjective like great, fantastic, amazing, incredible, or anything along those lines, but use ones that describe your experience (reaction-/emotional-wise, etc.) such as frightening, creepy, etc.

it's not one but: delightfully terrifying
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Bondo on December 20, 2010, 09:36:18 PM
Ledger's Joker was genuinely unpredictable.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: StarCarly on December 20, 2010, 10:10:13 PM
Tom Cruise at #7 was a surprise, as was the #1.

It's my own fault that Christian Bale in American Psycho is not on the list. I didn't submit a list, but that performance is so clearly my #1, it's a shock to see it not on the list.

Otherwise, I really love it. Glad to see Norman Bates and Scottie Ferguson on there.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: 1SO on December 20, 2010, 10:11:20 PM
Didn't see Diane Keaton on the list for Annie Hall or Looking for Mr. Goodbar.  Did I miss it?

(obligatory complaint about #79)
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 10:11:39 PM
I didn't submit a list,

I feel like this is going to be a common trend. ;D
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: StarCarly on December 20, 2010, 10:13:18 PM
I didn't submit a list,

I feel like this is going to be a common trend. ;D

 :-[

It's funny, cause I'm a performance-nerd more than anything else. Next year!
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Clovis8 on December 20, 2010, 10:13:55 PM
Great job Gotham and great list (with the exception of Cruise which is the most overrated performance of all time).
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 10:16:40 PM
Performances that just missed the cut:

Alec Baldwin - Glengarry Glen Ross
Ellen DeGeneres - Finding Nemo
Emillie Dequenne - Rosetta
Isabelle Huppert - The Piano Teacher
James Mason - Bigger Than Life
Patricia Neal - Hud
Gregory Peck - To Kill A Mockingbird
Billy Bob Thornton for Sling Blade
Denzel Washington for Malcolm X
Forest Whitaker - Ghost Dog
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: ¡Keith! on December 20, 2010, 10:22:34 PM
Ledger's Joker = mesmerizing.

cruise haters need to have their thetan levels looked at.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Verite on December 20, 2010, 10:25:05 PM
I'm especially psyched that these made it:

63. Björk as Selma Jezkova in Dancer In The Dark
62. Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone in The Godfather
61. Mickey Rourke as Randy “The Ram” Robinson in The Wrestler
60. Tony Leung as Lai Yiu-fai in Happy Together
50. Liv Ullmann as Marianne in Scenes From A Marriage
49. Juliette Binoche as Julie Vignon in Three Colors: Blue
47. Gene Hackman as Harry Caul in The Conversation
41. Kerry Fox as Janet Frame in An Angel At My Table
37. Joesph Cotten as Uncle Charlie Oakley in Shadow Of A Doubt
32. Orson Welles as Captain Hank Quinlan in Touch Of Evil
29. Madhabi Mukherjee as Charulata in Charulata
28. Al Pacino as Sonny Wortzik in Dog Day Afternoon
26. Maggie Cheung as Su Li-zhen/Mrs. Chan in In The Mood For Love
15. Jeff Bridges as The Dude in The Big Lebowski
6. Al Pacino as Michael Corleone in The Godfather Series
1. Gena Rowlands as Mabel Longhetti in A Woman Under The Influence

Great job, Gotham!  Thanks for the hard work and dedication.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: THATguy on December 20, 2010, 10:26:32 PM
Performances that just missed the cut:

Patricia Neal - Hud

That's a shame.  More people need to see Hud.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Verite on December 20, 2010, 10:29:38 PM
Performances that just missed the cut:

Emillie Dequenne - Rosetta
Isabelle Huppert - The Piano Teacher
Patricia Neal - Hud

That made my day.  Obviously, I would've loved it if they made the list, but still....
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 10:32:11 PM
Performer with most movie nominations: Cary Grant (9)

-Bringing Up Baby
-Charade
-His Girl Friday
-Holiday
-I Was A Male War Bride
-North By Northwest
-Notorious
-Only Angels Have Wings
-The Philadelphia Story
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 10:33:18 PM
Performance with most votes:

Jeff Bridges - The Big Lebowski (10 Votes)
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 20, 2010, 10:48:26 PM
Total number of performances voted for: 939
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: StudentOFilm on December 20, 2010, 10:49:55 PM
I just couldn't look away from Ledger's Joker.

Performances that just missed the cut:

Alec Baldwin - Glengarry Glen Ross
Ellen DeGeneres - Finding Nemo

Didn't have DeGeneres on my list but great choice and I loved Baldwin.

Ones that made me happy (not a fan of the placement but whatever)...

Nicolas Cage (Adaptation)
Peter Capaldi (In the Loop)- JUST MISSED THE RANKINGS ON MY LIST!!!
Tom Cruise (Magnolia)
Kirk Douglas (Paths of Glory)
Robert Duvall (Apocalypse Now)
Gene Hackman (The Conversation)- FORGOT TO PUT THIS ON MY LIST!!!
Anthony Hopkins (The Silence of the Lambs)
Tony Leung (Happy Together)- FORGOT TO PUT THIS ON MY LIST!!!
Al Pacino (Dog Day Afternoon)
Jack Lemmon (Glengarry Glen Ross)
Alan Rickman (Die Hard)
Roy Scheider (All That Jazz)- IIRC, HE WAS MY #1!!!
Kevin Spacey (American Beauty)

MOST HAPPY FOR...
Ulrich Muhe (The Lives of Others)

WAS HOPING TO SEE...
Paul Newman (The Verdict)
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: ses on December 20, 2010, 10:58:28 PM
Performances that just missed the cut:

Gregory Peck - To Kill A Mockingbird


Argh!
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Corndog on December 20, 2010, 11:41:02 PM
Performances that just missed the cut:

Alec Baldwin - Glengarry Glen Ross
Ellen DeGeneres - Finding Nemo
Emillie Dequenne - Rosetta
Isabelle Huppert - The Piano Teacher
James Mason - Bigger Than Life
Patricia Neal - Hud
Gregory Peck - To Kill A Mockingbird
Billy Bob Thornton for Sling Blade
Denzel Washington for Malcolm X
Forest Whitaker - Ghost Dog

Hanks isn't even on that list huh?
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: MartinTeller on December 20, 2010, 11:46:56 PM
So, so thrilled that my #1 made #1 on the list.  Overall thoughts:

From my own list:
94. Klaus Kinski as Don Lope de Aguirre in Aguirre: The Wrath Of God
90. Elizabeth Taylor as Martha in Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
83. Roy Scheider as Joe Gideon in All That Jazz
82. Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine in Casablanca
74. Peter Capaldi as Malcolm Tucker in In The Loop
64. Giulietta Massina as Maria “Cabiria” Ceccarelli in Nights Of Cabiria
63. Björk as Selma Jezkova in Dancer In The Dark
58. Dustin Hoffman as Benjamin Braddock in The Graduate
55. James Stewart as George Bailey in It’s A Wonderful Life
50. Liv Ullmann as Marianne in Scenes From A Marriage
42. Dennis Hopper as Frank Booth in Blue Velvet
41. Kerry Fox as Janet Frame in An Angel At My Table
40. F. Murray Abraham as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus
38. Barbara Stanwyck as Phyllis Dietrichson in Double Indemnity
34. James Stewart as John “Scottie” Ferguson in Vertigo
29. Madhabi Mukherjee as Charulata in Charulata
25. Peter Sellers as Group Captain Lionel Mandrake/President Merkin Muffley/Dr. Strangelove in Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb
24. Malcolm McDowell as Alex DeLarge in A Clockwork Orange
20. Cecilia Roth as Manuela in All About My Mother
16. Jean-Pierre Léaud as Antoine Doinel in The 400 Blows
12. Audrey Tatou as Amélie Poulain in Amélie
10. Jack Nicholson as R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
6. Al Pacino as Michael Corleone in The Godfather Series
4. Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver
1. Gena Rowlands as Mabel Longhetti in A Woman Under The Influence


Unhappy about (overrated, annoying and/or boring):
100. Edward Norton as Derek Vinyard in American History X
99. Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in The Pirates Of The Caribbean Series
88. Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
71. John Goodman as Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski
65. Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter in The Silence Of The Lambs
57. Harry Dean Stanton as Travis Henderson in Paris, Texas
44. Kevin Spacey as Lester Burnham in American Beauty
22. Christoph Waltz as Colonel Hans Landa in Inglourious Basterds
19. Heath Ledger as The Joker in The Dark Knight
15. Jeff Bridges as The Dude in The Big Lebowski
7. Tom Cruise as Frank T.J. Mackey in Magnolia (seriously, WTF are you guys thinking?)
5. Daniel Day-Lewis as Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood
3. Ellen Burstyn as Sara Goldfarb in Requiem For A Dream


Haven't seen:
89. Heath Ledger as Ennis Del Mar in Brokeback Mountain
77. Robert Donat as Mr. Chips in Goodbye, Mr. Chips
67. Sally Hawkins as Poppy in Happy-Go-Lucky
61. Mickey Rourke as Randy “The Ram” Robinson in The Wrestler
53. Sean Penn as Matthew Poncelet in Dead Man Walking


Everyone else is someone I didn't vote for, but am still happy with (or, at worst, somewhat indifferent towards).


Performances from my top 20 that didn't make it:

3. Davor Dujmovic - Time of the Gypsies
6. Michael Redgrave - The Browning Version
11. Bette Davis - Beyond the Forest
12. Julianne Moore - Safe
16. Harrison Ford - Raiders of the Lost Ark (most surprising omission!)
19. David Thewlis - Naked
20. Victor Sjostrom - Wild Strawberries


Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Junior on December 21, 2010, 12:03:08 AM
Unhappy about (overrated, annoying and/or boring):
100. Edward Norton as Derek Vinyard in American History X
99. Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in The Pirates Of The Caribbean Series
88. Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
71. John Goodman as Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski
65. Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Hannibal Lecter in The Silence Of The Lambs
57. Harry Dean Stanton as Travis Henderson in Paris, Texas
44. Kevin Spacey as Lester Burnham in American Beauty
22. Christoph Waltz as Colonel Hans Landa in Inglourious Basterds
19. Heath Ledger as The Joker in The Dark Knight
15. Jeff Bridges as The Dude in The Big Lebowski
7. Tom Cruise as Frank T.J. Mackey in Magnolia (seriously, WTF are you guys thinking?)
5. Daniel Day-Lewis as Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood
3. Ellen Burstyn as Sara Goldfarb in Requiem For A Dream

It is clear that you hate all good things. First Rian Johnson now Tom Cruise! I don't care for The Big Lebowski, though.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: dallegre on December 21, 2010, 03:25:51 AM
I'm also really really really (no, really) surprised at Tom Cruise's placement at #7. I like the performance, but it's not even the best performance from Magnolia (that would be either John C. Reilly or Melora Walters.... or Phillip Baker Hall). Actually I'm surprised that a different Cruise performance didn't fare better than Frank T.J. Mackey. The first that pop into my mind are Jerry Maguire and Born on the 4th of July.

Great job on making the list, Gotham!
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Beavermoose on December 21, 2010, 07:48:41 AM
You all just need to respect the cock.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: MartinTeller on December 21, 2010, 08:55:21 AM
It is clear that you hate all good things. First Rian Johnson now Tom Cruise! I don't care for The Big Lebowski, though.

Whoa whoa whoa there.  I don't hate Rian Johnson.  I've only seen one of his movies (i.e., HALF his output) and I liked it.  I just doubt whether he belongs in a top 100.

I don't especially hate Tom Cruise either, but #7 performance of all time just for saying "cock" and "c*nt" a lot?
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Junior on December 21, 2010, 10:13:40 AM
It is clear that you hate all good things. First Rian Johnson now Tom Cruise! I don't care for The Big Lebowski, though.

Whoa whoa whoa there.  I don't hate Rian Johnson.  I've only seen one of his movies (i.e., HALF his output) and I liked it.  I just doubt whether he belongs in a top 100.

I don't especially hate Tom Cruise either, but #7 performance of all time just for saying "cock" and "c*nt" a lot?

Firstly, hate was said with a  ;). Secondly, I assume that most of the respect for the performance comes from the interview segment (which is a sharp contrast to the speech segment) and the deathbed segment. It's a fantastic performance that is truly touching.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Sam the Cinema Snob on December 21, 2010, 10:44:03 AM
Interesting list. Strange that I haven't even heard of the #1 pick.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: 1SO on December 21, 2010, 10:53:22 AM
My 2-13 all made the list.  (#1 is Diane Keaton in Looking For Mr. Goodbar). 
I had Rowlands at #2.

Then there's a group of notable absences.
14. Jane Fonda - THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY?
15. Glen Close – DANGEROUS LIAISONS
16. Kathy Bates – DOLORES CLAIBORNE
17. Louise Fletcher – ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST
18. Faye Dunaway – BONNIE & CLYDE

Bogart was named for the wrong film.  Should have been THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Verite on December 21, 2010, 11:05:19 AM
Interesting list. Strange that I haven't even heard of the #1 pick.

Wow, you'd have to be extremely selective when you browse the boards in order for that to occur.  I know you haven't been around much lately, but you were much more active when all those performance polls and decade list threads were active months ago and Rowlands' perf was definitely being mentioned.  And there has been at least two write-ups on the film that come to mind.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: pixote on December 21, 2010, 11:09:52 AM
Total number of performances voted for: 939

Can you upload the complete results somewhere?

pixote
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 21, 2010, 11:12:44 AM
Total number of performances voted for: 939

Can you upload the complete results somewhere?

pixote

I can try.....and probably fail......but I'll try.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: pixote on December 21, 2010, 11:15:51 AM
I can try.....and probably fail......but I'll try.
worm used this site (http://www.zshare.net/) for the directors list, if that helps.

pixote
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Bondo on December 21, 2010, 11:23:51 AM
Pleasantly surprised that 22 of my list made it including half of my top ten:
5. Christoph Waltz – Inglourious Basterds
6. Audrey Tautou – Amelie
7. Kevin Spacey – American Beauty
9. Peter Capaldi – In The Loop
10. Johnny Depp - Pirates of the Caribbean
14. Jack Lemmon – The Apartment
15. Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight
20. Gene Wilder – Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
26. Hillary Swank – Boys Don’t Cry
27. Mickey Rourke – The Wrestler
34. Michael Fassbender – Hunger
39. Charles Chaplin – City Lights (et al)
53. Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
57. Buster Keaton – The General
67. Malcolm MacDowell – A Clockwork Orange
71. Edward Norton – American History X
74. Ulrich Muhe – The Lives of Others
76. Anthony Perkins – Psycho
78. F. Murray Abraham – Amadeus
81. Jack Nicholson – One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
82. Samuel L. Jackson – Pulp Fiction
87. Jeff Bridges - The Big Lebowski

A lot of the ones on my list I wasn't expecting to see but these surprised and thus disappointed me:
1. Saoirse Ronan – Atonement (one of eight actors under 18 on my list...compared to one that made the list...ageists!)
17. Julie Delpy – Before Sunrise/Sunset
18. Sidney Pointier – In The Heat of the Night
29. John Cameron Mitchell – Hedwig and the Angry Inch
77. Christopher Walken – The Deer Hunter
79. Henry Fonda – 12 Angry Men
83. Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: ¡Keith! on December 21, 2010, 11:41:59 AM
Total number of performances voted for: 939

Can you upload the complete results somewhere?

pixote

I can try.....and probably fail......but I'll try.

actors... a total lack of useful skills
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Jared on December 21, 2010, 11:47:39 AM
didnt submit a list. Found it too hard to compare supporting greatness with lead greatness. Found it too hard to evaluate some one speaking in a language that requires me to use subtitles vs. not.

generally happy with the results.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: oneaprilday on December 21, 2010, 12:26:22 PM
Thanks, GC! Really love seeing everyone's individual choices - and interesting collective list.

I was too busy to really participate this year - definitely hope to in future. I've got to keep a running list of favorite performances this coming year, writing them down as I think of them so that I have something to start with next time; I was completely overwhelmed at the thought starting at zero this year.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: oldkid on December 22, 2010, 08:03:11 PM
Great job, Gotham, especially persisting in advertising it.  It's tough to get a list like this started and I think this will be a welcome tradition to the Filmspotting annual (or bi-annual) calendar.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 22, 2010, 09:48:13 PM
Great job, Gotham, especially persisting in advertising it.  It's tough to get a list like this started and I think this will be a welcome tradition to the Filmspotting annual (or bi-annual) calendar.

Thanks. I think it'll be annual. I don't think I could handle calculating ballots, presentation, etc. twice a year.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Bondo on December 22, 2010, 10:04:27 PM
Though I'm wondering if given the current placement of filmspots (Jan-Feb), animated (June-July) films (Aug-Sep) and directors (Oct-Nov) if an early summer spot might be less crowded than the holiday spot for future iterations. The official doc spot is targeted toward Mar-Apr (the ballot process really isn't the focal point of the doc list like it is with the others).
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 22, 2010, 10:23:41 PM
 I'm cool with whatever time frame Filmspotters would prefer, whether it be Nov-Dec or early summer/late spring.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: oldkid on December 22, 2010, 11:58:40 PM
Great job, Gotham, especially persisting in advertising it.  It's tough to get a list like this started and I think this will be a welcome tradition to the Filmspotting annual (or bi-annual) calendar.

Thanks. I think it'll be annual. I don't think I could handle calculating ballots, presentation, etc. twice a year.

Sorry.  Meant biennial.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 23, 2010, 09:53:32 AM
Great job, Gotham, especially persisting in advertising it.  It's tough to get a list like this started and I think this will be a welcome tradition to the Filmspotting annual (or bi-annual) calendar.

Thanks. I think it'll be annual. I don't think I could handle calculating ballots, presentation, etc. twice a year.

Sorry.  Meant biennial.

Oh, well, It'll be annual.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Clovis8 on December 23, 2010, 09:55:35 AM
I've missed voting in the last two countdown lists. :(

I don't really know why.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 23, 2010, 11:18:46 PM
I've missed voting in the last two countdown lists. :(

I don't really know why.

There is always next year.
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: smirnoff on December 27, 2010, 07:50:30 PM
Missed the countdown, catching up now. Thanks GC for putting it together. Looks great.

For those who had Ledger's Joker on their list, pick one adjective to describe his performance.

What performance?
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: pixote on December 28, 2010, 06:50:13 PM
Total number of performances voted for: 939

Can you upload the complete results somewhere?

Any luck?

pixote
Title: Re: Filmspotters' Top 100 Performances Countdown: Comments And Discussion
Post by: Mike Shutt on December 28, 2010, 07:01:04 PM
Total number of performances voted for: 939

Can you upload the complete results somewhere?

Any luck?

pixote

Sadly no. I'll keep trying to find reliable outlets.