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    If the Oscars were gender neutral and only had 2 acting categories who would have won?

    2016

    Best Actor– Emma Stone vs Casey Affleck ; Winner: Casey Affleck

    Best Supporting Actor– Viola Davis vs Mahershala Ali  ; Winner: Viola Davis

    2015

    Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio vs Brie Larson; Winner: Leonardo Dicaprio

    Best Supporting Actor: Alicia Vikander vs Mark Rylance; Winner: Alicia Vikander

    2014

    Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne vs Julianne Moore; Winner: Julianne Moore

    Best Supporting Actor: Patricia Arqutte vs JK Simmons; Winner: Patricia Arquette

    2013

    Best Actor: Cate Blanchett vs Matthew McConaughey; Winner: Cate Blanchett

    Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto vs Lupita Nyongo; Winner: Jared Leto

    2012

    Best Actor: Daniel Day Lewis

    Best Supporting Actor: Anne Hathaway

    2011

    Best Actor: Meryl Streep

    Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer

    2010

    Best Actor: Natalie Portman

    Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale

    2009

    Best Actor: Jeff Bridges

    Best Supporting Actor: Mo’Nique

    2008

    Best Actor: Sean Penn

    Best Supporting Actor: Heath Ledger

    2007

    Best Actor: Daniel Day Lewis

    Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem

    2006

    Best Actor: Helen Mirren

    Best Supporting Actor: Jennifer Hudson

    2005

    Best Actor: Phillip Seymour Huffman

    Best Supporting Actor: Rachel Weisz

    2004

    Best Actor: Hillary Swank

    Best Supporting Actor: Cate Blanchett

    2003

    Best Actor: Charlize Theron

    Best Supporting Actor: Renée Zellweger

     

     

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    BenitoDelicias
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    2005: Clooney wins instead of Weisz. Performance, fame, that “finally you did something good!” and Goodnight and Good Luck make that an obvious choice.

    This idea makes it harder for people to become repeat winners, specially so close to their previous wins so…
    2008: Penn is already an Oscar winner, Winslet is not. I say Winslet manages to pull off that one.
    2004: Same, even with a BP win, Swank, already a winner, loses to Foxx.

    I need to believe that in this situation, unlike the real one, the Academy stops the nonsense and doesn’t go with Arquette, giving a much more deserving win to Simmons.

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    2016

    Best Actor– Emma Stone vs Casey Affleck ; Winner: Isabelle Huppert (Stone and Gosling would split votes and Huppert would beat Affleck)

    Best Supporting Actor– Viola Davis vs Mahershala Ali ; Winner: Viola Davis (she would have won in lead)

    2015

    Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio vs Brie Larson; Winner: Brie Larson would have slayed his undeserving ass

    Best Supporting Actor: Alicia Vikander vs Mark Rylance; Winner: Alicia Vikander

    2014

    Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne vs Julianne Moore; Winner: Jullianne Moore (she had the carreer check votes while keaton and redmayne would have split)
    Best Supporting Actor: Patricia Arqutte vs JK Simmons; Winner: J.K. Simmons (Hawk and Arquette would split)

    2013

    Best Actor: Cate Blanchett vs Matthew McConaughey; Winner: Cate Blanchett

    Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto vs Lupita Nyongo; Winner: Jared Leto

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Best Actor in a Leading Role
    Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea [WINNER]
    -Ryan Gosling, La La Land
    -Natalie Portman, Jackie
    -Emma Stone, La La Land
    -Denzel Washington, Fences

    Best Actor in a Supporting Role
    -Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
    Viola Davis, Fences [WINNER]
    -Naomie Harris, Moonlight
    -Dev Patel, Lion
    -Michelle Williams, Manchester by the Sea

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    I’ve always wanted this system, though I would want 8 nominees instead of 5 or 10. Less than 10 gets rid of filler, 5 is too few, 8 Is just enough to where it’s unlikely one gender will dominate and there is not filler. Also, it will prevent one gender category being boring AF. This years best actor was lame but there wasn’t enough space for actress, so by putting them together we would have gotten more worthy actresses and less actors.

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    CitizenBlake
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    I’ve always wanted this system, though I would want 8 nominees instead of 5 or 10. Less than 10 gets rid of filler, 5 is too few, 8 Is just enough to where it’s unlikely one gender will dominate and there is not filler. Also, it will prevent one gender category being boring AF. This years best actor was lame but there wasn’t enough space for actress, so by putting them together we would have gotten more worthy actresses and less actors.

    Who did you think gave the best lead actor performance this year?

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    13SV8
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    2005: Clooney wins instead of Weisz. Performance, fame, that “finally you did something good!” and Goodnight and Good Luck make that an obvious choice. This idea makes it harder for people to become repeat winners, specially so close to their previous wins so… 2008: Penn is already an Oscar winner, Winslet is not. I say Winslet manages to pull off that one. 2004: Same, even with a BP win, Swank, already a winner, loses to Foxx. I need to believe that in this situation, unlike the real one, the Academy stops the nonsense and doesn’t go with Arquette, giving a much more deserving win to Simmons.

    I think Charlize Theron would have easily beaten Sean Penn in 2003, which would have given Sean Penn an argument against Winslet in 2008. Winslet won because she was overdue, Penn won because of his performance.

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    I’ve always wanted this system, though I would want 8 nominees instead of 5 or 10. Less than 10 gets rid of filler, 5 is too few, 8 Is just enough to where it’s unlikely one gender will dominate and there is not filler. Also, it will prevent one gender category being boring AF. This years best actor was lame but there wasn’t enough space for actress, so by putting them together we would have gotten more worthy actresses and less actors.

    Who did you think gave the best lead actor performance this year?

    I would have given it to either Mortenson or Negga but both of them probably wouldn’t have made it with 8 nominees.

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    13SV8
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    2016 Best Actor– Emma Stone vs Casey Affleck ; Winner: Isabelle Huppert (Stone and Gosling would split votes and Huppert would beat Affleck) Best Supporting Actor– Viola Davis vs Mahershala Ali ; Winner: Viola Davis (she would have won in lead) 2015 Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio vs Brie Larson; Winner: Brie Larson would have slayed his undeserving ass Best Supporting Actor: Alicia Vikander vs Mark Rylance; Winner: Alicia Vikander 2014 Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne vs Julianne Moore; Winner: Jullianne Moore (she had the carreer check votes while keaton and redmayne would have split) Best Supporting Actor: Patricia Arqutte vs JK Simmons; Winner: J.K. Simmons (Hawk and Arquette would split) 2013 Best Actor: Cate Blanchett vs Matthew McConaughey; Winner: Cate Blanchett Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto vs Lupita Nyongo; Winner: Jared Leto

    1) I think Isabelle Huppert would have been snubbed under this system.

    2)Leonardo Dicaprio was in a more popular film with the overdue momentum. He would have easily defeated Brie Larson.

    3) what if Hawk would have been snubbed? I think Patricia Arquette had a lot more momentum than JK Simmons especially for being in more beloved film.

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    LaChienne
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    2016 Best Actor– Emma Stone vs Casey Affleck ; Winner: Isabelle Huppert (Stone and Gosling would split votes and Huppert would beat Affleck) Best Supporting Actor– Viola Davis vs Mahershala Ali ; Winner: Viola Davis (she would have won in lead) 2015 Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio vs Brie Larson; Winner: Brie Larson would have slayed his undeserving ass Best Supporting Actor: Alicia Vikander vs Mark Rylance; Winner: Alicia Vikander 2014 Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne vs Julianne Moore; Winner: Jullianne Moore (she had the carreer check votes while keaton and redmayne would have split) Best Supporting Actor: Patricia Arqutte vs JK Simmons; Winner: J.K. Simmons (Hawk and Arquette would split) 2013 Best Actor: Cate Blanchett vs Matthew McConaughey; Winner: Cate Blanchett Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto vs Lupita Nyongo; Winner: Jared Leto

    1) I think Isabelle Huppert would have been snubbed under this system. 2)Leonardo Dicaprio was in a more popular film with the overdue momentum. He would have easily defeated Brie Larson. 3) what if Hawk would have been snubbed? I think Patricia Arquette had a lot more momentum than JK Simmons especially for being in more beloved film.

    Well I guess it’s good to see this semi-justified delusion that Huppert was going to win persist even to this day, like being in a category with two eventual winners was going to make her more likely to win and not less.

    And no one will give a shit about Bland Larson in a few years. Leo had everything going for him and is going to keep making movies that people will see.

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    2016 Best Actor– Emma Stone vs Casey Affleck ; Winner: Isabelle Huppert (Stone and Gosling would split votes and Huppert would beat Affleck) Best Supporting Actor– Viola Davis vs Mahershala Ali ; Winner: Viola Davis (she would have won in lead) 2015 Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio vs Brie Larson; Winner: Brie Larson would have slayed his undeserving ass Best Supporting Actor: Alicia Vikander vs Mark Rylance; Winner: Alicia Vikander 2014 Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne vs Julianne Moore; Winner: Jullianne Moore (she had the carreer check votes while keaton and redmayne would have split) Best Supporting Actor: Patricia Arqutte vs JK Simmons; Winner: J.K. Simmons (Hawk and Arquette would split) 2013 Best Actor: Cate Blanchett vs Matthew McConaughey; Winner: Cate Blanchett Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto vs Lupita Nyongo; Winner: Jared Leto

    1) I think Isabelle Huppert would have been snubbed under this system. 2)Leonardo Dicaprio was in a more popular film with the overdue momentum. He would have easily defeated Brie Larson. 3) what if Hawk would have been snubbed? I think Patricia Arquette had a lot more momentum than JK Simmons especially for being in more beloved film.

    I think this system would prevent career check wins preventing Arquette and DiCaprio from winning. It would be more competitive so there wouldn’t be room for it. If we had 8 nominees this year I think it would be

    1) Affleck
    2) Denzel
    3) Stone
    4) Huppert
    5) Gosling
    6) Portman
    7) Streep
    8) Negga

    9) Adams
    10) Mortenson
    11) Garfield
    12) Henson

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    Larson just stared in a box office hit, was a big pet of box office and critical success’ 21 Jumpstreet and Trainwreck, is in an upcoming awards bait movie, and will soon have a Hollywood safe for life pass as she has been cast as Captain Marvel. Larson is definatley not a One and done deal. She’s only gonna get bigger. Bring on the J-law comparisons.

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    jasonface
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    I think Garfield would have gotten in over Negga

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    BenitoDelicias
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    Just like in that AFI thread where Carol is mentioned as a replacement on that list (laughs…) people are still pushing for Huppert. In this thread??? Common, this is an idea that would make her royaly snubbed. People need to stop with this shit. Let it go. It’s may already. Move on.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    2005: Clooney wins instead of Weisz. Performance, fame, that “finally you did something good!” and Goodnight and Good Luck make that an obvious choice. This idea makes it harder for people to become repeat winners, specially so close to their previous wins so… 2008: Penn is already an Oscar winner, Winslet is not. I say Winslet manages to pull off that one. 2004: Same, even with a BP win, Swank, already a winner, loses to Foxx. I need to believe that in this situation, unlike the real one, the Academy stops the nonsense and doesn’t go with Arquette, giving a much more deserving win to Simmons.

    I think Charlize Theron would have easily beaten Sean Penn in 2003, which would have given Sean Penn an argument against Winslet in 2008. Winslet won because she was overdue, Penn won because of his performance.

    Yeah, I should’ve considered his first win too, which would’ve gone to Theron. You’re right. However, I wonder if Winslet’s overdue nonsense would’ve been too strong for Penn to handle. Maybe Winslet still wins and Penn is not a winner yet.

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