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  • FilmGuy619
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    2013 was, relievingly, a very solid year for supporting actresses. Even for performances that were left out like these ones. While my personal pick from this lineup (and 2013) would be Kaitlyn Dever’s turn as an angsty teen in Short Term 12, I would still give my vote to Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street. What a star making performance it was for her!

    But how about you guys? Who would your vote be? 

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    jscushing
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    Scarlett Johansson is my pick. Despite being voice only, she was able to create a believable and sympathetic character. Hers and Joaquin’s chemistry was wonderful.

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    Rooney Moore
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    Lea Seydoux. Was better than Adele.

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    babypook
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    All of them put in such fabulous work; however I went with Margo Martindale, because she’s been stellar and for decades, playing trashy bitch to compassionate friend, and everything in between.

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    Caleb Siebeneck
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    Margot Robbie, without a doubt. 

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    Anonymous
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    I don’t see why Margo Martindale is in the poll for that dreadful performance when it was all about Julianne Nicholson and her wonderful turn in “August: Osage County”.

    Scarlett Johansson for “Don Jon” and Melonie Diaz for “Fruitvale Station” is also missing from the list.

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    ziggy
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    Margot Robbie, without a doubt. 

    Indeedy.

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    Anonymous
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    Scarlett would’ve been one of the coolest Oscar noms ever, so of course it wouldn’t happen. But her.

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    Sasha
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    Umm where the fuck is Cameron Diaz for her love/hate performance in “The Counselor”? Imo she’s better than all those ladies. I know she has never campaigned in her life but I believe if she campaigned Lupita wouldn’t have become an Oscar winner. Academy voters don’t care if your movie’s getting mixed to negative reviews or your performance is love/hate one if you campaign the shit out of it. She could have been an Oscar winner by now. Either in reality or in my mind. Yeah bitches, I can stan too!

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    eastwest
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    Oprah with Margot as a close second. Sarah is an honorable mention. What a great year though. Pity at half of that eventual lineup and winner.

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    Michael Norris
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    Naomie Harris for Mandela should be on here.

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    Carey Mulligan – Inside Llewyn Davis

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    Atypical
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    It’s between Scarlett and Oprah. Voted for Scarlett.

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    AugB
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    Paulson, easily. Seydoux in second. And, just to say, Fruitvale Station contains Octavia Spencer’s best performance.

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    tjd
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    I’m big on Seydoux and Spencer. I’d also throw in Zhang Ziyi from The Grandmaster and Nicole Beharie in 42.

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