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  • FilmGuy619
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    2010 was a pretty decent year for Supporting Actress. From this lineup, I would go with Rooney Mara. Despite having a sparse amount of screentime, she still did so much with so little. But how about you guys, who would go with from this lineup of overlooked performances?

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    AMG
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    #220892

    It’s between Cotillard and Kunis for me. Both made it into my top 5 (alongside Adams – my winner, Leo and Bonham Carter).

    Cotillard edges it for me with her devilish complexity in Inception. Still a stunning performance to watch today.

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    babypook
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    Naomi!

    Thanks for putting her in that lineup! Usually it’s Annette who gets the attention for that film, and she is very very good. But my personal choice that year was and is Watts.

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    BamaEd
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    #220894

    My vote was for Spirit Award winner Dale Dickey. I thought she was just amazing in Winter’s Bone.

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    Anonymous
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    Personal Nominees
    1. Lesley Manville in “Another Year”
    2. Yasmin Paige in “Submarine”
    3. Amy Adams in “The Fighter
    4. Kimberly Elise in “For Colored Girls”
    5. Melissa Leo in “Welcome to the Rileys”

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    Anonymous
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    #220896

    But hey, Naomi Watts is LEAD in “Mother & Child”.

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    Mad Max Guitarist
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    #220897

    I’m going with Mila Kunis in this one. She is a scene stealer in Black Swan!

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    Anonymous
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    #220898

    Mila Kunis was looking pretty and magnetic in “Black Swan”. That’s all she did in this role.

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    Michael Norris
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    #220899

    In addition to the ones listed:

    Kimberly Elise- For Colored Girls
    Phylicia Rashad- For Colored Girls
    Chloe Moretz- Kick-Ass
    Barbara Hershey- Black Swan

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    Andrew Carden
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    Manville for sure – absolutely incredible

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    ziggy
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    I can’t believe I just voted for Mila Kunis.

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    Eddy Q
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    #220902

    I voted for Olivia Williams, though Dale Dickey is a close second for a really underrated perf. I think Lesley Manville is a lead in Another Year.

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    Teridax
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    #220903

    Mae Whitman (yeah she only had one scene, but was still so freaking hilarious and so much better than Margo Martindale when she won her Emmy) and/or Ellen Wong both from “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World.” Also, Chloe Grace Moretz deserved to be nominated for IMO career-best work as Hit Girl. People are demanding a Hit Girl spinoff more than another Kick-Ass sequel for good reason!

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    Caleb Siebeneck
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    Marion Cotillard was so interesting and unique in “Inception”. She added complexity to an already complex movie. 

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    KyleBailey
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    Helena Bonham Carter “Harry Potter 7.1” 
    Barbra Hershey “Black Swan”
    Winona Ryder “Black Swan”  
     

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