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  • Andrew Carden
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    Re: Bridesmaids, Byrne > McCarthy

    Coming soon to The Awards Connection…NICHOLSON AT THE OSCARS!

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    SayMyName
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    Both deserved Oscar nominations, and I think Melissa deserved to win. Octavia should have won for Hidden Figures. McTeer had no business in that category. Bejo was lead. Chastain was a deserving nominee. I’d put Elle Fanning in Super 8 and J. Smith Cameron in Margaret next to McCarthy, Byrne and Chastain, and that is my lineup.

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    Andrew D
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    I loved Octavia and think she was completely deserving . I also loved Melissa and she was HYSTERICAL and amazing … they could have tied. Mcteer was horrible as was that movie .

    I would have nominated

    Rose Byrne
    Melissa McCarthy
    Octavia Spenser
    Jessica chastain
    Bryce Dallas howard

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    Andrew Carden
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    Ahem. McTeer should’ve won! 🙂

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: Nicholson at the Oscars (1969) – Easy Rider

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    james14
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    Such a spectacular year for supporting actress performances, and the Oscars picked one of the worst lineups of the decade. Should have gone with:

    Sareh Bayat, A Separation
    Jessica Chastain, The Tree of Life
    Charlotte Gainsbourg, Melancholia
    Carey Mulligan, Shame (*)
    Shailene Woodley, The Descendants

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    Andrew D
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    Ahem. McTeer should’ve won!

    THat movie was horrible … i have never thought a performance was so over done and laughable than those two in that movie.

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    Ahem. McTeer should’ve won! ????

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: Nicholson at the Oscars (1969) – Easy Rider

    Thank you. Her second nod also.

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    Bee
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    Albert Nobbs was terrible and McTeer wasn’t much better.

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    milktoast
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    Kirsten Dunst—The Beguiled
    Michelle Pfeiffer—Mother!
    Melissa Leo—Novitiate
    Julianne Moore—Suburbicon
    Nicole Kidman—The Killing of a Sacred Deer

    Winner: Kirsten Dunst for her beautiful, quiet performance

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    SayMyName
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    Re: “Get Out”. I really have to re-watch the film, but as for now, I prefer Betty Gabriel out of the three ladies. I’m also unsure about Alison Williams’ category placement – she is the female lead in this. But probably the weakest out of the three.

    Predictions:

    1. Melissa Leo
    3. Michelle Pfeiffer
    3. Octavia Spencer
    4. Hong Chau
    5. Judi Dench (why no one on earth considers her from Orient Express?)

    Alt: Mary J. Blige, Holly Hunter, Betty Gabriel, Catherine Keener, Allison Williams, Juno Temple, Kristin Scott Thomas.

    As for the win, I don’t mind any of the contenders’ possible victory, but obviously, it would be nice to see Pfeiffer finally winning.

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    SayMyName
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    Also, if you ask me, Betty Buckley gave on of the best supporting performances in “Split” this year. Wish the whole film would be as beloved as “Get Out” is – but it’s obvious that the race-orientated Hollywood is more supportive of the latter, even if the former is a WAY BETTER piece.

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    eric
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    1. Michelle Pfeiffer

    2. Judi Dench

    3. Kristin Scott Thomas

    4. Carrie Coon

    5. Sarah Paulson

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    Andrew Carden
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    Agreed completely on Betty Buckley – she is marvelous!

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    Atypical
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    Out of the 3 Get Out ladies, who has the best chance? At first I thought Allison Williams but it seems that a lot of people prefer Betty Gabriel.

    Prayer circles for Betty Gabriel! That Oscar nomination would be thrilling! Not seeing Allison Williams as being competitive or in range for a possible nomination. Currently predicting Catherine Keener.

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    Andrew D
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    I hope none of them in Get out get nominated … none of them were worth a nomination

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