Yay! Now that we've gotten the worst films of the year out of the way, let's talk about fun things! This year marks the Second Annual Awesome Actor Awards. So welcome! Welcome to Enter the Movie's Second Annual Awesome Actor Awards: 2015 Edition! Though SPOILER: this year it should really be called the Awesome Actress Awards! You'll find out why in a bit. Anyway, it's gonna be a fun time once again as we count down the best performances of the year, hand out a few other various awards, and ultimately reach the best performance of the year. So here we go! Let's talk about two quick honorable mentions first.
Honorable Mention: O'Shea Jackson Jr., Straight Outta Compton
We start off with a great performance from a (now) mostly overlooked August film, Straight Outta Compton. I really have to respect O'Shea Jackson, Jr. for his role in this film. After all he was asked to play his father here. How often do sons get the chance to play their father in a film? And, I mean, how do you even prepare for that? Playing the young Ice Cube, O'Shea was fantastic as his father, delivering a performance so good that at a few points I legitimately thought the crew went out and got Ice Cube to play this role. Definitely the most standout performance from this excellent film! Thanks for overlooking it, Academy.
Honorable Mention: Joel Edgerton, The Gift
I'm not gonna lie: I added this honorable mention at the last second when I realized that I didn't give Joel Edgerton any love AT ALL in this post. The dude was my second choice for feel-good comeback story, third choice for best actor of the year, and his performances in both Black Mass and The Gift were going to just narrowly miss my list when I realized there's no way I can't let this happen to Edgerton! And, you know, being in charge of Enter the Movies means I get to do whatever with my Actor's Awards so now we have THREE honorable mentions. Anyway, The Gift is a little film that came out back in August and was actually quite impressive. Egerton both stars and directs, and for a feature length debut picture.....damn. Did Edgerton know how to balance both roles, something that has been notoriously difficult for an actor in Hollywood to do over the years. But he is great in this film, and I give it a big recommendation because of this performance. Also, I love that picture. That picture basically sums up his role in the film. All the creeps. And all the awesome.
Honorable Mention: Steve Carell, The Big Short
Where was this performance in Foxcatcher? The Big Short is hands-down Carell's best non-comedic performance in his career. He was fantastic as the eccentric and somewhat insane Mark Baum, and he managed to stand out in an excellent ensemble cast from this film. Seriously. If his performance in Foxcatcher was as good as his performance was here, he may have taken home the Oscar that year. We've now seen two serious performances from Carell in the last two years, and while I wasn't sure this was realm for him after Foxcatcher, I feel much more confident in his serious acting talent now. And with a Woody Allen project on his upcoming list of films, I'm looking forward to seeing what he does next!
10) Emily Blunt, Sicario
Emily Blunt broke out in a big way in 2014, earning her my "Breakout Actress of 2014" award. She had a very quiet 2015 with only one film, but I can see why. Sicario asked her to do a LOT. It was clearly a very taxing and demanding role, but I felt she was ultimately the best part of this film. She delivered a standout emotional performance, taking her character from Edge of Tomorrow and amplifying the human element to a far greater extent. She's beaten and broken and had me invested in her character at every turn. I think I was a little harsh on Sicario overall when I reviewed it, but I'm making up for it by giving Emily Blunt a well deserved spot on this list.
9) Michael Fassbender, Jobs
The big biopic performance of the year, Michael Fassbender did as good a job as one could've asked in his version of recreating Steve Jobs. Course it always helps when you get to rattle off Aaron Sorkin dialogue. Though not as memorable as say Jesse Eisenberg's Mark Zuckerberg, to quote another Sorkin film, Fassbender still did a fantastic job as Steve Jobs. Faaaaar better than Ashton Kutcher's go around, that's for damn sure! This performance is the perfect sendoff for Jobs, and credit has to be given to Fassbender for successfully and accurately playing the iconic Apple founder. While he benefits for playing one of the most recognizable figures in modern history, Fassbender does successfully absorb himself into the role, and it didn't take very long for me to forget that I was watching Fassbender and not Steve Jobs. That's what every actor strives for in a biopic performance, and while some do it better than others, (cough cough, Daniel Day Lewis as Lincoln cough cough) Fassbender still did a great job here. Kudos, Michael Fassbender. Kudos.
8) Michael B. Jordan, Creed
My official "quantifiable acting" performance of 2015, Michael B. Jordan killed it as the title character in the latest revival of the Rocky franchise. But I'm gonna quick use this performance to talk about something bigger: #OscarsSoWhite. Now wait wait wait! Before you scroll down, just here me out. I'll pull a John Oliver here and say at the end of this rant I will attach a link to a gif of an adorable puppy doing something adorable to reward you for sticking around. So, on the one hand, if you scroll through my list here you will notice that this was the only performance by a black actor that cracked my top 10 list. Unlike 2014, which saw several high HIGH profile black performances get left by the wayside, (David Oyelowo's performance as MLK in Selma was in my top 3 best performances last year and it somehow wasn't nominated) 2015 was not the best year for black actors. The most high profile performance, Will Smith in Concussion, was kind of a disappointment. I could see why the Academy did not hand him a nomination. HOWEVER. Why. The. F**k. Is Sylvester Stallone, the ONLY white person involved in this ENTIRE movie, nominated for an Oscar and not Michael B. Jordan? This performance is right in the Academy's wheelhouse: it is an example of great quantifiable acting, as Jordan had to put on a ton of body muscle and do a ridiculous amount of training to prep for this role. Then, you know, he had to act! And act he did: this is the best performance I've ever seen in a boxing film short of Robert De Niro in Raging Bull. Which, to be fair, that film is more about what happens off the ring than on so it's kind of impossible to top it, but still! How the Academy could overlook this performance is BEYOND me, and the fact that now we've gotten all white nominations 2 years in a row, it's hard not to say this is a trend within the Academy. But that's my two cents on the matter. Now, let's look at a gif of a puppy being adorable. OH MY GOD. LOOK AT IT JUMP WHEN IT STARTS TO RUN. I CAN'T EVEN RIGHT NOW. Wait, what was I doing? Oh right. Acting discussions. What's next? OH MY GOD LOOK AT THIS PUPPY. IT'S SO CU-man I really need to get back to this. Who's next? Oh right! Michael Shannon! I've been looking forward to this one!
7) Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant
Ok so I'm gonna be honest, I'm kind of loopy right now. It's been a crazy couple of days at work, and I've had to work on this when I get home after mostly 12+ hour days. So my mind is all over the place. Hence the PUPPIES. Which has nothing to do with Leonardo DiCaprio! OR the fact that he's going to win his Oscar! But it's a well deserved Oscar. They might as well call this film the "Leo Gets An Oscar" film instead of The Revenant, because most of this film is just Leonardo DiCaprio alone and trying to survive out in the wilderness. I think the biggest thing I have to say against this performance, which is obviously the best performance from a male actor this year that were nominated for an Oscar, is just that: it's obvious. You go into the film knowing that Leo is going to be Leo, which kind of removes the sense of surprise when you walk out of it. Unlike with a film like Room, where I was shocked and amazed by the performances of both Jacob Tremblay and Brie Larson. However, that doesn't take away anything from Leo and this performance. He is amazing as Hugh Glass, bringing his typical Leonardo DiCaprio-ness to the performance and reminding us yet again why he's one of the best actors in Hollywood today. I am definitely looking forward to this man's name being called on Oscar night. It is long overdue.
6) Jacob Tremblay, Room
Holy crap this kid can act! I mean wow. This performance throws Tremblay into the limelight as he more than holds his own opposite Brie Larson, which some of you already know will show up on this list later. But this kid is asked to do so much opposite Larson, from having to convince us he's looking at the world for the first time, to expressing basically every emotion imaginable throughout the film. This performance is certainly a memorable one, and by FAR the best I've seen from a child actor in my time reviewing films here at Enter the Movies. Yes, he got a lot of help from Brie Larson, but that doesn't take away how great a performance this was. And you better believe I thought it was better than Leonardo DiCaprio's (future) Oscar-winning performance from The Revenant.
5) Michael Shannon, 99 Homes
OH MY GOD MICHAEL SHANNON AND A CAT. Man that cat has big eyes. And that off camera stare....man is Shannon one good looking man! Speaking of good, his performance in this film! Yup. Plowing through. So Michael Shannon in 99 Homes. Man was this film massively overlooked last year. I could've just as easily put Andrew Garfield on this list as well, but Shannon really stuck out to me, putting in a terrifying and haunting performance as Rick Carver. While Garfield is the one with the character arc, as we see him become what he hates, it's Michael Shannon that manipulates him into that role. And there's a presence to him in this film. When Michael Shannon talks, you drop everything and listen. He nails a huge range of emotions in this film, and he does it in a very non-showy kind of way. There's no screen-hogging in 99 Homes. But in this case, that's a very good thing.
4) Jennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful Eight
Man did Jennifer Jason Leigh come back in a big way in 2015. She's gonna show up in my awards section of this list, but for now, let's talk about her performance in The Hateful Eight. This is one of those rare examples of a performance were the actor (or actress, in this case) is completely swallowed up in a role. I very quickly forgot that I was watching Jennifer Jason Leigh, and instead thought I was watching Daisy Domergue. There is total immersion experienced here in this film, and we get to witness a totally insane and unpredictable Jennifer Jason Leigh having a blast in the role. She is funny, she is maniacal, and she is, of course, crazy. This performance was on par with the likes of Christoph Waltz from Inglorious Basterds or Steve Buscemi in Reservoir Dogs. In other words, it's one of the best performances we've seen from an actor in a Quentin Tarantino film. Were it not for Alicia Vikander, she would be my favorite to win Best Supporting Actress this year. However, Alicia Vikander just had to bust on the scene this past year.
So, before I continue onto the top 3 performances of the year, it's time to hand out some "coveted" awards from Enter the Movies! I'm sure these guys will be thrilled to know that they received an award on this prestigious blog. Cough cough....
The Breakout Actor in 2015 was....
He finally did it. 3 years after his performance in Dark Knight Rises set his career back, he finally got his name back into the mainstream. After his performance as Bane, Hardy settled into smaller films, putting in stellar performances in films like Locke, The Drop, and Child 44. (Child 44 was not a great film, but Hardy was easily the best part of it) Finally, this year, he found himself back in major films. Between an outstanding performance as the iconic Mad Max, a wonderful and somewhat overlooked supporting performance in The Revenant, and an extremely underrated performance in Legend, a major British film, Hardy used 2015 to once again make himself a household name. Right now he only has one film on his radar which is Christopher Nolan's new film, but I'm confident that Nolan has seen Hardy's skills and will make him the lead of Dunkirk. We'll see!
The Breakout Actress in 2015 was....
Was there truly ever any doubt? When your career goes from 0 to 100 with one film, you better believe you're gonna be the breakout actress of the year. But Daisy deserves it! She was fantastic in the most high profile film of the year, and her performance even just barely missed making this list. Now that she's in the limelight, I look forward to seeing what she does in the future with other, non-Star Wars related films. Should be fun to see how far her acting prowess goes! Also, if you want a good laugh, check out the student film she did before Star Wars, called Scrawl. It's......interesting.
The Feel-Good Comeback Story of 2015 was...
2015 did not have a high profile comeback story that the previous 2 years contained, but that doesn't mean it wasn't void of comebacks. I wanted to shine light on one great feel good story from last year. Jennifer Jason Leigh has had a rough couple of years. Really a rough 21st century.She has had a few major roles in bad films, but besides a few low key performances in good films, she has gone largely unnoticed in Hollywood recently. However that changed in 2015. Between her excellent voice performance in Anomalisa, and her amazing supporting performance in The Hateful Eight, (which, as you saw, made this list) she killed it in 2015. And someone noticed. She was cast in 2016's high profile biopic, LBJ, and she is rumored to have been cast in Alex Garland's follow up to the outstanding Ex Machina, Annihilation. Congrats to her for turning her career around in 2015!
The Actor who had the worst 2015 was....
Look. Bradley Cooper is a ridiculously charismatic actor. He's been great before, and he will be great again. But that greatness did not shine through in 2015. Between a terrible film in Burnt where he was stupidly miscast, a disappointing film in Aloha, cashing it in with CBS's Limitless spinoff, and an odd, subpar performance in Joy, he really just hit the ground with a major thud in 2015. He's taking a bit of a break in 2016, which I think is certainly needed, but I'm certain he'll return in grand fashion soon. However there's no doubt that 2015 was not his year. Get it together, Bradley Cooper! I've been following you since 2010's The A-Team. I know you are better than this!
The Actress who had the worst 2015 was....
What did I say about Bradley Cooper? Oh wait. Lawrence was nominated for an Oscar so I actually have to defend why I think she had the worst 2015. Well, I'll get to Joy in a second, but let's first take a look at what else Jennifer Lawrence did in 2015. First off, she did Serena, which I forgot to mention Cooper was in as well and it was terrible, but the other high profile performance she had was in the finale of The Hunger Games. There's no doubt the series went downhill real fast after Catching Fire, but Mockingjay, Part 2 was easily Lawrence's worst film of the series. She is very obviously just going through the motions and essentially phoning it in on the franchise that made her famous. Then there's her other film, Joy. Yes, she received an Oscar nomination for the role, but holy crap did she not deserve it. She is very miscast as Joy and looked.....outmatched at various points. She was asked to do too much. Joy was a very disappointing film overall, but Lawrence was average at best. The only reason she received a nomination is because the Academy loves Jennifer Lawrence. However there were faaaaaaaar better performances last year, (like Daisy Ridley in Star Wars!) and so I think she is a deserving recipient of this award. Fortunately, though, she has been announced in Steven Spielberg's next high-profile film, so I'm hopeful she will bounce back in a big way. Bring it back, Jennifer Lawrence!
The Actor who had the best 2015 was....
I told you! I freaking called it Last year I said Isaac was the man to watch in 2015, and he had EASILY the best 2015 of any actor in Hollywood. First off, he was the outstanding Nathan in Ex Machina, a performance that would've been on this list had I not known that I was giving Oscar Isaac this award. Then, he impressed in the ok Mojave, a film that wasn't very good short of the outstanding performance from none other than yours truly. Then, he DAZZLED in an HBO mini-series called Show Me a Hero, which is something you should DEFINITELY take the time to watch. As if all that wasn't enough, then he created the now iconic Poe Dameron in Star Wars Episode VII, thus making himself a household name. And with his performance as Apocalypse in the latest X-Men flick, he's only going to further cement his status among the Hollywood elite. The man who once got stuck outperforming all his co-stars in the terrible Sucker Punch has come a looooooooong way. Well done, Oscar Isaac.
The Actress who had the best 2015 was....
This one was also easy. Vikander had the best year of anyone in Hollywood in 2015. After being the best part of the terrible Seventh Son to start the year, Vikander found her grove in Ex Machina, putting in a performance I believed was more worthy of an Oscar nomination (and win, I might add) than her actual Oscar nominated performance from The Danish Girl. But she was incredible in Ex Machina, creating a convincing and thought-provoking AI in Eva. Then, she was the sexy and intriguing Gaby in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., which I believe is by FAR the most underrated and unappreciated film of 2015. To continue her roll she put in another fantastic performance in The Danish Girl, in which I thought she even outperformed her co-star, Eddie Redmayne. I was honestly entranced by her performance as Gerda Wegener, and I think she is very deserving recipient of an Oscar for the role. While she capped off the year with Burnt, her performance in this film was very similar to Lupitia N'yong'os performance in Non-Stop to follow up her Oscar winning role in 12 Years a Slave: very brief, and clearly accepted at a time when she had to accept any role she could get. Well, now she certainly doesn't have to, and with a well-deserved Oscar likely on the way, I can't wait to see what the future holds for this great actress. (Oh, and the only reason her performances are not on this list is for the same reason I gave with Oscar Isaac: I knew I was giving her this award. Otherwise almost half the list would've been taken up by Vikander and Isaac.)
The Actor to watch out for in 2016 is....
So I did this last year and went 1 for 2. Oscar Isaac obviously had himself a great 2015, but Shailene Woodley took a giant step back instead of forward last year. However hopefully I'm right on with both of these predictions. First off, on the male side....I'm going for it. Watch out for Jacob Tremblay. As I said in Room, this kid has made me a believer that he could be the next high-profile child star. Right now he's got 3 films on the slate for 2016. One, called Before I Wake, has a trailer out already and it looks like it could be a good horror film. But did you see the part where I said horror? Ya, I said horror. So you know what that means. Next up is an adventure film called Burn Your Maps, which comes to us from the writer of Big Hero 6 that will put Tremblay opposite Vera Farmiga, so I'm definitely excited to see where that one goes. Finally, Tremblay is starring in a film called The Book of Henry. I don't know a whole lot about this film other than the fact that it's the in-between film for the director between Jurassic World and Star Wars: Episode IX. So I have a feeling it's gonna get some press. So Tremblay is definitely someone to watch out for in 2016! Hopefully he is up to the challenge. After all, how can you not root for this kid? Look for him to get some airtime at this year's Oscars!
The Actress to watch out for in 2016 is....
This was an easy choice for one reason: Star Wars. Felicity Jones is the lead in the first ever Star Wars spinoff story called Rogue One. But, not only is she doing that in 2016, she's also has 3 other films coming out this year. The first is called Collide, which may or may not receive a lot of coverage as it comes out April 1. However Jones stars alongside the likes of Anthony Hopkins and Nicholas Hoult, so that's always a good start. Then, she's starring alongside Tom Hanks in the next Ron Howard film, Inferno. Yes. As in Dan Brown's Inferno. So you KNOW that one's gonna get some press. Finally, she's gonna star alongside Liam Neeson and Signourney Weaver in A Monster Calls. This film is being released right in the middle of 2016's Oscar season, and puts Jones in the perfect spot to go for an Oscar nomination, before she finally leads a great cast in the first Star Wars spinoff. She's got quite the year upcoming and was the easy answer to the question of which actress you should watch out for in 2016!
Well, now that I've handed out all my excess awards, let's finish off the list, shall we? All female performances from here on out, I might add. You go girls!
3) Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn
Oh my goodness I love this woman. I've been waiting for Saoirse Ronan to really break out. She had been in several films before this like Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel and Peter Weir's The Way Back, (and of course her other Oscar nominated role in Joe Wright's Atonement) but I was still waiting for that role where she really showed off what she could do. Well, I am waiting no longer. Brooklyn is that film. Ronan carries this film, and rightly so: she is asked to do so much in the lead role. I mean, for starters, she has to balance two dudes! That's a pretty tough thing to manage. No but seriously, she really has to convey so much in this role, and she does it all without ever feeling overbearing. While she definitely benefited from having a great script and a great director in John Crowley, there's no denying this movie is as good as it is squarely because of her. If there's ever a role that is the definition of a career-defining performance, it would be Saiorse Ronan in Brooklyn. She's on the rapid rise to the world of A-list movie star, and when we look back on her career in 10 years we'll look to Brooklyn for where it all started.
2) Cate Blanchett/Rooney Mara, Carol
It's unfair to separate these two in this film, so I'm not going to. It's weird to think that the reason an actress is not going to win an Oscar is because she has too much chemistry with her counterpart, but that is absolutely the case in Carol. Both Blanchett and Mara are exception in this film, but they are also inseparable. Carol is, without a doubt, the best romantic film of the year and it is that because of Mara and Blanchett. These two are exceptional in their lead roles and each create diverse and interesting characters. Bouncing off each other, they did absorb themselves into these characters and entranced me from start to finish. Both are nominated for an Oscar, which should say something about the performances, and both would be deserving victors most years. Heck before I saw Room, I really thought both were gonna take home the Oscar in their respective categories. Then Room happened. Alicia Vikander did too but that's beside the point! Then Room happened.
1) Brie Larson, Room
As you'v_e seen, there were a lot of great performances this year. However, Brie Larson was in a league of her own. The heavy favorite to win Best Actress this year, Brie Larson delivered the rawest, most harrowing, and most emotional performance of 2015. Hot damn did she destroy me in her performance as Ma in Room. This role was by far the most emotionally demanding role asked of anyone in the business from last year, and most would not have been up for the challenge. I'm honestly not sure how many actresses out there could've pulled this role off this convincingly other than Larson, but fortunately I don't have to worry about that. Everything about this role was demanding, all the way from the prep to the after effects. There are some fascinating featurettes out there on YouTube about Larson talking about the mental challenges she had to endure in making/prepping for this film, like this one. But what's so impressive to me about this performance is the fact that not only did she have to prepare for her time in Room, there is a basically another movie after the characters escape Room! In this second half, Larson is basically asked to play a completely different character, with a totally different set of emotions, and she nails it. I was almost more engaged in the second half of the film than I was the first half, which I didn't think would be possible. But all of this happens because of Brie Larson. While it wasn't as subtle as something like Saoirse Ronan in Brookyln's performance, Larson still very much carried this incredible film. The second the film was over, the first thing I did was write down "Brie Larson: best performance of the year." Before I did anything else. As the film settled I realized just how good Tremblay's performance was, but Larson's stood out even as the film was happening. Her performance....brought out genuine emotion out of me. Something no performance has done before during my time here on Enter the Movies. I don't claim to know anything about the acting process, or how to prepare for a film, but I think Larson's should be adapted by others because it really is something to behold. Go watch Room and see what I'm talking about, guys. But for now, take my word for it: Brie Larson's performance in Room is EASILY the best performance of 2015. Here's another fascinating featurette on the film and the roles of both Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay in Room. You get some info on Black Mass too, which is cool as well!
Well, there you have it! My best performances of 2015. Now, if you can't tell yet, I am definitely giving Room some HIGH high praise. But is it the best film of the year? While this is an obvious tease for my final list that will be release in the next few days on the best movies of 2015, I also honestly don't know yet. I may or may not be delaying that in part because I'm still trying to figure out which of my top 3 films resonated with me the most from 2015. Don't know what 3 films I'm talking about? Well, stay tuned for the best films of 2015 and find out! See? There. Better teaser. Yes I know I have no idea what I'm doing DOG. THAT'S A DOG. I'd say see ya next time but I'm totally distracted by this dog HE'S SO FLUFFY.
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