Best Supporting Actor of 2009 – TSR Movie Awards

Sure, there were some bumps in the road. That can happen from time to time.

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The Results of the 8th Annual Movie Awards

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

9.35 CHRISTOPH WALTZ – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS
8.36 WOODY HARRELSON – THE MESSENGER
8.15 WOODY HARRELSON – ZOMBIELAND
8.06 ZACHARY QUINTO – STAR TREK
7.77 ZACH GALIFIANAKIS – THE HANGOVER
7.63 ALFRED MOLINA – AN EDUCATION
7.62 STANLEY TUCCI – THE LOVELY BONES
7.04 BEN AFFLECK – EXTRACT
6.81 SETH ROGEN – FUNNY PEOPLE
6.71 CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER – THE LAST STATION
6.65 MATT DAMON – INVICTUS
6.43 CHRISTIAN BALE – PUBLIC ENEMIES

Final Thoughts: Waltz wins again. His first win was for Best Action Hero/Villain/Superhuman with a score of 9.40. Here, he’s just below that, with the third highest score of all the awards with a 9.35. For the first time in the eight-year history of the TSR Movie Awards, an actor captured second and third in the same category. “The Year of Woody” was in full affect in this category. Also, take a look at who sneaked into the top 5. Quinto and Galifianakis. This is the perfect showcase as to why there should be more than five nominations in the TSR Awards. Who would have guessed Quinto would finish so high? On the other hand, I’m wondering if people were still thinking of Bale’s performance in Terminator Salvation, giving his last place. Clearly, Damon deserved this more than him.

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