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  • Charlize Theron Fan
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    Charlize Theron is one of if not the best Best Actress winner of all time.

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    Laactingnyc
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    1. Charlize Theron
    2. Naomi Watts
    3. Samantha Morton
    4. Diane Keaton
    5. Keisha Castle Hughes

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    JayDF
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    This is a great lineup…Morton gets my vote for a wonderfully understated piece of work in a wonderfully touching and real film.

    1. Morton
    2. Watts
    3. Theron
    4. Keaton
    5. Castle Hughes 

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    Gucci
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    Charlize Theron.

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    Anonymous
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    Sure hope someone is there to provide some feedback!   

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    Malick
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    Some amazing performances in this line-up. Now a decade removed, I think I would still pick Charlize, but it’s close. In my opinion, every nominee would make for a great winner.

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    iveriver
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    Far and away, Keaton.

    Pretty bad line-up IMO. Patricia Clarkson in The Station Agent and Uma Thurman in Kill Bill should’ve been nominated.

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    babypook
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    I voted for Morton.

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    Anthony
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    There really wasn’t much of a contest here. Charlize Theron surprised and wowed in this role and deserved all of the praise and acolades she received.

    As for the rest:

    Naomi Watts was definitely on that typical flashy, plate-smashing side that the Academy normally loves and I actually thought she was great in the role. It is a shame this was her first nomination as she should have been nominated and WON two years earlier for Mulholland Drive.

    Samantha Morton was kind of a surprise nominee but one I was so happy to see happen. It was great and very lived-in performance…and I can still remember the hospital scene (which was not surprisingly used as her Oscar clip) with her crying/screaming “Why did you take the gate down?!”.

    Keisha Castle-Hughes’ nomination kind of overshadowed the surprise of Morton because 1) they were campaigning her for Supporting just as they always do with child stars even though she WAS the lead no question…and not to mention, it still seemed like Nicole Kidman and even more so Evan Rachel Wood had more of a push to slip in. Frankly, I was happy Castle-Hughes got in but I think I would’ve been more happy had Evan Rachel Wood got in over her.

    Diane Keaton was very good in Something’s Gotta Give. It was a great comeback role and nomination to be sure.

    Of the snubbed nominees, Uma Thurman and Patricia Clarkson were both worthy to be considered. 

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    KyleBailey
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    I haven’t seen Keisha but the rest is a pretty meh line up. 

    Samantha Morton is the only one that gave an award worthy performance.

    Charlize Theron is one of those cases that I hated the movie so much but can’t really remember how she did. She did it well but I don’t think it’s one of the greats in history for the category. I was far more impressed by Theron in North Country.

     Watts is another one that was just in a terrible movie. I hated 21 Grams but Watts was one of the better parts of the movie but sometimes was overacting it seemed. 

    Keaton was lovely but it wasn’t a performance I would shout Oscar! with.

    So yeah Morton won this pretty easy for me.  

    I agree Uma Thurman should have been here  

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    Entertain-me
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    1. Charlize Theron
    2. Samantha Morton
    3. Diane Keaton
    4. Keisha Castle-Hughes
    5. Naomi Watts

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    Anonymous
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    Diane Keaton got my vote. Couse she needed it.

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    Troy
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    Theron.  One of the greatest female performances ever captured on film.  Anyone else winning that year would have been a laughable joke.

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    Boidiva02
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    1.  Theron
    2.  Keaton
    3. Hughes
    4. Morton
    5. Watts  

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