August 23, 2014 at 4:32 pm #158973
In anticipation for Into The Woods and early testimonials that LAST MIDNIGHT of The Witch performed by Meryl Streep is a SHOW-STOPPER & EPIC.
What were the Musical-Vocal Performances that merited an Oscar win or nominations or even snubbed.
Of the recent past:
1. Anne Hathaway = I’ve Dreamed A Dream (Les Miserables 2012)
2. Jennifer Hudson = I’m Not Going (Dreamgirls 2006)
Post a clip link if available.August 23, 2014 at 5:09 pm #158976
^I love that musical number. I don’t care what the haters say, I think Latifah earned her nomination (for more than just this song, but it most definitely helped).August 23, 2014 at 7:21 pm #158981
Catherine Zeta-Jones- “Can’t Do It Alone”
Catherine Zeta-Jones- “Cell Block Tango”
She’s brilliant in both. Not to mention, pregnant at the time of filming.
And what about All That Jazz? She totally killed it in that movie!
I think “Can’t Do It Alone” is brilliant work on her part, and gorgeously photographed.August 23, 2014 at 7:47 pm #158983
Meryl Streep = He’s me pal (Ironweed 1987)
I loved Meryl at the end of Postcards. Some people didn’t…I thought she owned it. [/quote]
Here’s the clip (not good quality):
Meryl Streep = I’m Checkin Out (Postcards from the Edge 1990)
Although “You Don’t Know Me” was great as wellAugust 23, 2014 at 8:00 pm #158984
Great one that hasn’t been mentioned yet: John Cameron Mitchell – “Wig in a Box” from Hedwig and the Angry Inch
I hope Sunset Boulevard the musical gets made into a film so the actress playing Norma can do this with “With One Look.”August 23, 2014 at 8:56 pm #158987
Oh god where to start
Marion Cottilard’s 2 performances in Nine
Kate Hudson in Nine
Fergie in Nine (promise last Nine)
“Roxanne” in Moulin Rouge!
One Day More in Les Miserables
Dancing Queen in Mama Mia
Sweeney Todd Epiphany
You Can’t Stop the Beat in Hairspray
Springtime for Hitler in The Producers