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  • Christian Kouser
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    #173865

    Carrell: Haven’t seen
    Cooper: Haven’t seen
    Cumberbatch: “You will never understand the genius of what I’m doing!”
    Keaton: Talking about dying
    Redmayne: First diagnosed

    Collitard: Haven’t seen
    Jones: Confronting Hawking after he’s diagnosed
    Moore: Haven’t seen
    Norton: Opening night
    Ruffalo: Haven’t seen
    Witherspoon: Haven’t seen

    Duvall: Haven’t seen
    Hawke: Pre game car scene
    Norton: Vodka scene
    Ruffalo: Haven’t seen
    Simmons: Casey was a beautifiul player

    Arquette: Breakdown at the end
    Dern: Haven’t seen
    Knightley: Breaking engagment
    Stone: Relevant monolgue
    Streep: Confronting Rapunzel near the end 

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    #173867

    These are some that I can think of from top of my time:

    Cooper: “I wanna come home”
    Carell: “A coach is a mentor…”
    Redmayne: First being diagnosed
    Simmons: The first rehearsal
    Stone: Relevant monologue
    Duvall: The argument scene with Downey about his mother
    Streep: confronting Rapunzel
    Arquette: “I thought there would be more…” 

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    Yakob
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    #173868

    Redmayne – The scene with Felicity right after being diagnosed.
    Jones – “I truly loved you.” “I know.”

    Streep – Last Midnight

    Keaton – Destroying the dressing room.
    Stone – Relevance speech.
    Norton – With the critic.

    Arquette – Breakdown scene at the end.
    Hawke – The scene in the car.

    Simmons – The first rehearsal, when he throws the music stand.

    Moore – Can’t find the bathroom.

    Pike – (in a perfect world) “I’m the c*** you married.”

    Carell – The slap.
    Ruffalo – “Talk to me, Mark.”

    Cotillard – Breakdown scene near the beginning in her bedroom.

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    #173869

    Redmayne – The scene with Felicity right after being diagnosed.
    Jones – “I truly loved you.” “I know.”

    Streep – Last Midnight

    Keaton – Destroying the dressing room.
    Stone – Relevance speech.
    Norton – With the critic.

    Arquette – Breakdown scene at the end.
    Hawke – The scene in the car.

    Simmons – The first rehearsal, when he throws the music stand.

    Moore – Can’t find the bathroom.

    Pike – (in a perfect world) “I’m the c*** you married.”

    Carell – The slap.
    Ruffalo – “Talk to me, Mark.”

    Cotillard – Breakdown scene near the beginning in her bedroom.

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    Zach Lozano
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    #173870

    I hope they show the speech Moore’s character gives to Alzheimers patients for her nominaition clip. 

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    seabel
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    #173871

    From what I’ve seen… Spoilers in white typefont.

    BEST ACTOR:
    – Michael Keaton: “George Clooney on plane”.
    – Benedict Cumberbatch: When the police enters to destroy the machine.

    BEST ACTRESS:
    – Marion Cotillard: “I’ve taken the whole box of pills
    – Julianne Moore: I feel it’s the same as SAG.
    – Rosamund Pike: I feel it’s the same as SAG. “I’ve killed for you”
    – Reese Witherspoon: Tattoo store scene.

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
    – Ethan Hawke: Talking about “Star Wars”
    – Edward Norton: “This chicken is the only real, true thing!!!”
    – J. K. Simmons: “Where you rushing or dragging?”

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: 
    – Patricia Arquette: Her final lines (What’s next?)
    – Laura Dern: The monologue in the kitchen.
    – Keira Knightley: Encouraging Alan Turing (Final scenes).
    – Emma Stone: “You’re not on Facebook, you don’t care, get used to it”
    – Meryl Streep: “Stay with me”

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    AMG
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    #173872

    Steve Carell – first meeting with Mark Schultz
    Bradley Cooper – I want to come home scene
    Benedict Cumberbatch – a clip from the final scene 
    Michael Keaton – tiny little hammer
    Eddie Redmayne – there are literally two hours worth of Oscar clips for him. But I’ll say his scene with Felicity Jones after he is diagnosed

    Marion Cotillard – SPOILER: after taking all the pills
    Felicity Jones – I have loved you. I did my best.
    Julianne Moore –  will be her speech, but should be her butterfly scene
    Rosamund Pike – will be SPOILER: I have killed for you, should be cool girl scene
    Reese Witherspoon – walk my way back to the woman OR God, I miss you scene 

    Robert Duvall – I wish I liked you more OR was I tough on you?
    Ethan Hawke – how was your day at school – don’t make me that Dad
    Ed Norton – the kind of love I’m talking about
    Mark Ruffalo – what do you get out of all this?
    JK Simmons – rushing or dragging

    Patricia Arquette – you know what’s next – it’s my fucking funeral (will bleep out the swear, unfortunately)
    Laura Dern – do I regret marrying an abusive alcoholic arsehole
    Keira Knightley – final scene with Turing
    Emma Stone – you don’t matter
    Meryl Streep – Stay With Me 

     

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    ConMan
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    #173873

    Carrell: Hearing about his mother’s death.
    Cooper: His baby crying
    Cumberbatch: They’ll… take him away from me.
    Keaton: 
    Redmayne: Hearing his diagnosis

    Collitard: HAVEN’T SEEN
    Jones: Reading the color chart to her husband.
    Moore: HAVEN’T SEEN (UPDATE: I couldn’t find the bathroom…)
    Pike: “Cool girl never gets angry at her man.”
    Witherspoon: “I miss you… God, I miss you.”

    Duvall: HAVEN’T SEEN (Updaye: Admitting his crime on the stand)
    Hawke: “Is that so hard?”
    Norton: “The kind of love I’m talking about… you don’t try to kill people.”
    Ruffalo: The interview scene
    Simmons: “Do you think you’re out of tune?”

    Arquette: “I just thought there would be more..”
    Dern: “I never got to be in the passenger seat of my own life.”
    Knightley: “We’ll have each other’s minds. Sounds like a better marraige than most.”
    Stone: “It’s not important, pkay? You’re not important.”
    Streep: “Who out there could love you more than I… what out there that I could not supply?”

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    TomHardys
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    #173874

    Been there, done that.

    http://www.goldderby.com/forum/topics/view/10121

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    kbfr12
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    #173875

    Been there, done that.

    http://www.goldderby.com/forum/topics/view/10121

    The link doesn’t work… 

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    Kevin Jacobsen
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    #173876

    Carell: First meeting with Mark Schultz
    Cooper: Scene at veteran center office
    Cumberbatch: “My Christopher.”
    Keaton: “Hitting me in the balls with a tiny little hammer.”
    Redmayne: First diagnosis

    Cotillard: Confronting boss at the end
    Jones: Scene with color chart
    Moore: Bed scene with Baldwin
    Pike: “You think you’d be happy with some Midwestern girl, no way baby. I’m it.”
    Witherspoon: The “hobo” scene

    Duvall: Haven’t seen
    Hawke: “How was your week” car scene
    Norton: “Popularity is the slutty little cousin of prestige.”
    Ruffalo: Concerned about Mark scene
    Simmons: “Rushing or dragging”

    Arquette: “I just thought there would be more.” 
    Dern: “How to find your best self” kitchen scene
    Knightley: Telling Alan that they can make a marriage work near the end
    Stone: “You don’t matter, get used to it.”
    Streep: “Stay With Me”

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    Riley
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    #173877

    The nominee clips for lead actor were particularly disappointing this year.  Bradley Cooper had better.  It was weird that they played a comedic clip for Steve Carell when this is an against-type dramatic role for him.  It especially hurt because the ceremony made no attempt to inform viewers what Foxcatcher even is, despite its whopping five nominations.  And do not get me started on the most egregious clip, which was Benedict Cumberbatch’s.

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    TomHardys
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    #173878

    Rosamund Pike’s clip was a travesty. Everybody watched Gone Girl or is at least familiar with the plot twist. They should’ve gone with a segment of her Cool Girl monologue or at least the predictable “I’ve killed for you” moment.

    Also Michael Keaton’s clip was actually the only scene where I didn’t like his acting although I didn’t mind it. He was flawless in pretty much the rest of the film. I would’ve chosen the tiny little hammer rant. That was an acting masterclass.

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    Ryan Lapierre
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    #173879

    Yeah what happened with Carell? That was an awful tape to show!

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