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Oscar Poll: Who Should Win For Best Supporting Actor?


You can tell me who you think will win by filling out my Oscar ballot with your predictions, but which of these men do you personally believe is most deserving of the gold this year for Best Supporting Actor?

Milk photo courtesy of Focus Features, Tropic Thunder photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures, The Dark Knight photo courtesy of Warner Bros., Doubt photo courtesy of Miramax, and Revolutionary Road photo courtesy of Paramount Vantage

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SATClover SATClover 7 years
Robert Downey Jr. hands down. Yes Heath's performance was wonderful but after watching Tropic Thunder over and over a couple of times I STILL couldn't believe that was Robert Downey Jr. He completely transformed himself and was just SO FUNNY.
Symphonee Symphonee 7 years
If it were any other award, I would say no to Heath but he did a great job with the lunacy. I also loved Robert Downey Jr. He did a wonderful job as well.
emalove emalove 7 years
Heath will win. And he deserves it.
figurine figurine 7 years
I haven't seen Milk yet, but from the others I'd say Robert Downey Jr. is the best. Michael Shannon is pretty great too.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i feel like even if heath hadn't passed away he'd still be the favorite for this role. he's really amazing in it, and it's a take on the character that we've never seen before.
kafarine-tin-tin kafarine-tin-tin 7 years
Heath was great, there's no denying it, but I don't think he was the greatest in this category. I kinda wish that Milk and Tropic Thunder could have come out in different years so Josh Brolin and RDJ (and maybe the others too) could have had a chance. If he were alive I think he still would have been nominated, but he probably wouldn't win. And I also think people wouldn't be so upset that The Dark Knight didn't get a Best Picture nomination. I don't even think it would have made so much money either.
kafarine-tin-tin kafarine-tin-tin 7 years
Heath was great, there's no denying it, but I don't think he was the greatest in this category. I kinda wish that Milk and Tropic Thunder could have come out in different years so Josh Brolin and RDJ (and maybe the others too) could have had a chance.If he were alive I think he still would have been nominated, but he probably wouldn't win. And I also think people wouldn't be so upset that The Dark Knight didn't get a Best Picture nomination. I don't even think it would have made so much money either.
karlotta karlotta 7 years
Oh please, the guy died and suddenly everybody wants to give him an oscar. I know, I know, he was great - but so were the others, and a lot of you aren't even considering that because you want to honor a guy who's so dead he's not going to know whether he won, lost, or was even nominated. Robert Downey Jr and Michael Shannon deserve oscars too - and they still have careers that it can help.
karlotta karlotta 7 years
Oh please, the guy died and suddenly everybody wants to give him an oscar. I know, I know, he was great - but so were the others, and a lot of you aren't even considering that because you want to honor a guy who's so dead he's not going to know whether he won, lost, or was even nominated. Robert Downey Jr and Michael Shannon deserve oscars too - and they still have careers that it can help.
Emma412 Emma412 7 years
Heath, without a doubt
Emma412 Emma412 7 years
Heath, without a doubt
Lukin Lukin 7 years
I liked Heath's performance; I honestly did. I just don't think he should win (for a couple reasons), and though I definitely don't believe in giving him a feel-good Oscar (like a "lifetime achievement" award, for lack of a better term, or something similar), I also don't think it's fair to ask Brolin, Philip Seymour Hoffman, RDJ, and Michael Shannon to compete with sentimentality. It's honestly beside the point whose performance was the best, because I don't think any of those men want to win an Oscar and "steal it from the dead guy," which is inevitably what it would turn into.
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 7 years
Heath is an amazing actor. His portrayal was phenomenal.
misscococherie misscococherie 7 years
i'm a big fan of heath ledger and of batman; but sometimes i think that all these awards are been given to him because of sympathy. He is a phenomenal actor, and he will be remembered but is hollywood been hypocrite or real?
Tres-Chic-NY Tres-Chic-NY 7 years
OMG, if Heath was still alive would he be still getting these awards? I think it's bull that he's being recognized just because of his death. He did much greater things than The Batman in his career. These are sympathetic awards. Am I the only one that feels this way?
ohbaby7 ohbaby7 7 years
Heath. Not because he died, but because that was an amazing performance and he deserves recognition for that
Anadi Anadi 7 years
I'm going with Heath, as most people do, but I think Michael Shannon was great in Revolutionary Road.
mswender mswender 7 years
I watched Dark Knight again last night and Heath Ledger is phenomenal! If he hadn't died, he would still deserve it!
kafarine-tin-tin kafarine-tin-tin 7 years
I think we all know who will win.
PrincessVika PrincessVika 7 years
this is no competition, Heath has this in the bag
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