0010: Best Modern Supporting Performances
- Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley
- Kate Winslet in Heavenly Creatures
- Marcia Gay Harden in Pollock
- Steve Buscemi in Ghost World
- Catherine Keener in Being John Malkovich
- Willem Dafoe in Shadow of the Vampire
- Kerry Washington in Our Song
- Jim Broadbent in Moulin Rouge!
- Bill Murray in Rushmore
- Bebe Neuwirth in Tadpole
- Zhang Ziyi in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
- Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction
- Mark Ruffalo in You Can Count on Me
- Joan Allen in The Crucible
- William H. Macy in Fargo
- Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction
- Jennifer Connelly in Requiem for a Dream
- Kevin Spacey in The Usual Suspects
- Ed Harris in The Truman Show
- Gwyneth Paltrow in The Royal Tenenbaums
A continuation of my "Modern" series. Comments will be coming soon. These performances are limited from 1993 onwards.
John Malkovich in Being John Malkovich - Taking what could be a meta joke and creating a great performance.
Catharine Zeta-Jones in Chicago - Disagree with me if you will, but she knocked me on the floor.
Andy Serkis in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - A revolutionary performance that will grwo with time.
Tom Cruise in Magnolia - His cocky posturing was not just a great send-up of his public persona, it was also a captivating screen performance.
Julianne Moore in Magnolia - An angry turn that doesn't seem overly familiar, Julianne Moore rarely dissapoints.