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  • Chris Beachum
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    #87085

    The other thread went past the 500 count, so continue the discussion here about Anne Hathaway and her inevitable first Oscar win.

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    Madson Melo
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    #87087

    The most predictable win alongside Visual Effects for Life of Pi. That’s it folks, the princess of a decade ago will be crowned next month.

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    1. ANNE HATHAWAY – LES MISERABLES 
    2. SALLY FIELD – LINCOLN 
    3. AMY ADAMS – THE MASTER 
    4. HELEN HUNT – THE SESSIONS 
    5. JACKI WEAVER – SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK 
     

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    Laactingnyc
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    #87089

    1. Anne
    2. Sally
    3. Amy
    4. Helen
    5. Jackie

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    #87090

    1. Anne Hathaway
    2. Sally Field
    3. Helen Hunt
    4. Amy Adams
    5. Jacki Weaver 

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    Montage70
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    #87091

    I watched Silver Linings Playbook and was shocked that Jackie Weaver was nominated…

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    seabel
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    Graeme O’Neil
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    It’s turning out that Helen Hunt is my favourite performance of 2012. She was incredible. I was originally campaigning for her in Best Actress (where she should be) because she could have won there, but unfortunately The Sessions has lost a lot of buzz since it never took off at the box office. Too bad. At least this serves as a “comeback” for her being an also-ran. 

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    Renaton
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    Funny is that with the acting support SLP has and the way the category is set up in a way that seems unlikely someone beats Hathaway at this point, I believe Lawrence would’ve actually won here if campaigned as supporting. She would probably beta Hathaway at SAG and than the Oscars. Not trying to start a bitch fest or a diva wars. It’s just true. Hathaway would’ve still been competitive, but I believe Lawrence would’ve won. Anyway, no looking back now, and Lawrence might still/probably will win in Lead. It’s just curious, that’s all.

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    Max 2.0
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    ^Agreed.

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    Morgan Henard
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    #87096

    Predictions:
    1. Hathaway
    2. Field
    3. Adams
    4. Weaver
    5. Hunt

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    1. Hathaway
    2. Hunt
    3. Adams
    4. Field
    5. Weaver 

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    Malick
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    #87097

    Just saw The Sessions And Helen Hunt was fantastic. It’s too bad there is already a presumed winner. God do i ever hope for a Hunt or Fields upset come oscar night.

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    Jason Travis
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    Sally Field could still win. If the SAG voters hand it to her, it’s a race. Plus Hathaway’s recent questionable behavior at how she accepts trophies (“It’s with an E”, “I forgot to thank…” interrupting producers speech at Globes) will cost her a lot of points, and the fact that she looks like a deathy ill cancer patient with that horrible short haircut- just why she chose to cut it like that is beyond me. Sally Field is more likable and in a much more loved movie. She also hasn’t won since 1984- ages ago. I think Field will surprise.

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    Jason Travis
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    Sally Field could still win. If the SAG voters hand it to her, it’s a race. Plus Hathaway’s recent questionable behavior at how she accepts trophies (“It’s with an E”, “I forgot to thank…” interrupting producers speech at Globes) will cost her a lot of points, and the fact that she looks like a deathy ill cancer patient with that horrible short haircut- just why she chose to cut it like that is beyond me. Sally Field is more likable and in a much more loved movie. She also hasn’t won since 1984- ages ago. I think Field will surprise.

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    Renaton
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    I really like Anne Hathaway, but I agree that haircut is terrible, and that she looks like a closeted gay teen boy who just beat cancer.

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