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Tue, May 19, 2020 1:04 PM

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PS: Five Honorable Acting Mentions of the 2010s Decade

Intro:

The IMDb poll board users have chosen their 5 honorable mentions of acting for the 2010s decade. This time it's about actors in movies with less than 30.000 ratings and an avarage rating of 7/10+
Discuss here.
Rules:

Just feature movies, no documentations, anime, animated. No tv-series.
It's about good acting in lesser known movies.

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls098782137/

Poll:



Responses

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9 months ago

Hey Brewmaster,

Should the ratings only be between 7.0 to 7.9?
cinephile

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9 months ago

1- Vladimir Vdovichenkov in Salyut-7
2- Daniela Vega in A Fantastic Woman
3- Felicity Jones in On the Basis of Sex
4- John Huston in The Other Side of the Wind
5- Pavel Derevyanko in Salyut-7


cinephile

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Best 2010s movie with less than 30 000 votes: Salyut-7 

It was a good surprise, I bought it on VOD (for some inexplicable reason), but I loved it.

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Thank you for your contribution. 'The Other Side of the Wind' just got a 6.8/10 rating. Maybe you can replace it with another example? I like your other examples, remember Salyut-7. That movie was pretty good. ;)

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I put them on the list, but gotta work some time before. :)

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Maybe I'd drop the rating requirement to 6.5/10.

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cinephile:
I've put your picks to the list. Thank you for taking part. ;)

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9 months ago

BONAFIDE BOSS' Picks:

  1. Manjhi: The Mountain Man (2015) - Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Dashrath Manjhi
  2. Badlapur (2015) - Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Liak Tungekar
  3. Newton (2017) - Rajkummar Rao as Newton Kumar
  4. Talvar (2015) - Irrfan Khan as Ashwin Kumar
  5. Jolly LLB 2 (2017) - Akshay Kumar as Jagdish Mishra a.k.a Jolly

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Thank you, Bo. :)
I'l put them on the list asap.

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Please replace my #4 with Paan Singh Tomar (2012) - Irrfan Khan as Paan Singh Tomar.

Thank you.

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Bo:
Please check, if it fits now.

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9 months ago

Ok, fellas. I lower the requierements for a more moderate spectrum of users which can give me their experiences then:
Movies with fewer than 50.000 ratings and an average rating of 6.5/10 or above.

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Added the question, I forgot. ;)

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9 months ago

No more? This could be a face-off!

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9 months ago

Just 4?

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9 months ago

Hey Breumaster,

Would you mind breaking lines in the notes of each entry on your list?

Like this:


It'd be nice for the poll.

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My experience is - that however or whatever I tried to make it look better - most time it got sticked together again. I think those breaking lines will expire like them in many other polls before. So I don't care for visuals. But yes - I can put in breaking lines. :)

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9 months ago

1. Vincent Lindon in The Measure of a Man (2015), who gives dignity to a man stripped of his dignity
2. Harry Dean Stanton in Lucky (2017)
3. Isabelle Huppert in everything... okay, I'll take L'avenir (2016)
4. Peter Kurth in In the Aisles (2018)
5. Marie Bäumer in 3 Days in Quiberon (2018)

Honorable mentions of the Honorable Mentions: Josef Hader in Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe (2016)
Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek in Toni Erdmann (2016)
Frederick Lau in Victoria (2015)

To my own surprise, German cinema is strong here. The pearls shine ever stronger amid darkness.

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I was close to pick Lucky on my own 5. ;) Mr. Stanton always had such a strong face expression. He was unique! Thank you for the further honorable mentions. I've seen two of them. I was close to see the third of them for quite some time. I guess I have to watch it now. ;)

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albstein:
They're on the list. Thank you for contributing to the idea. :D

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9 months ago

1. Aftermath - Arnold Schwarzenegger as Roman Melnyk

3. I Am Dragon - Matvey Lykov as Arman

I'll get back to you on the rest later!  :)

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Thank you, NIA.
I've put your suggestions on the list. Status: Waiting. ;)

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Okay, my others:  :)
2. Sarah Drew as Allyson in Mom's Night Out
4. Sally Hawkins in Paddington
5. Lea Seydoux as Belle in Beauty and the Beast

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Oops, take that back - Paddington doesn't fit the criteria...
replace Sally Hawkins with:
Kiersey Clemons as Jenn in Sweetheart.

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Thank you, NIA.
I've put them on the list. Your choice about Léa Seydoux is great. I loved her in that role. The whole movie was great.

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Thanks!
I thought so, too.  :)

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9 months ago


Marion Cotillard in Deux jours, une nuit
Francois Damiens in La famille Bélier
Maribel Verdú in Blancanieves
Janet McTeer in Albert Nobbs
Stephanie Sigman in Miss Bala

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pencho:
Thank you for input. :D

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Thank you, pencho. :D
I've put your picks on the list. :D