Which Supporting Actress Performance Deserved an Oscar Nomination?

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  • Miss Frost
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    Of all the actresses that are on this list that failed to be nominated, who deserved a supporting actress nominee the most?

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    Alijah Purdy
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    It is such a tough decision for me, but, from the list, I had to choose Sandra Bullock from Crash, with Margaret Hamilton in a very close second.

    But one of the biggest snubs happened recently with Kimberly Elise from For Colored Girls

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    allabout oscars
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    JULIANNE MOORE- A SINGLE MAN
    SHELLEY WINTERS- ALFIE
    ALLISON JANNEY- any of these 3…THE HELP, JUNO, THE HOURS
    DIANE KEATON- THE GODFATHER PART II
    VANESSA REDGRAVE- ATONEMENT
    SALLY FIELD- FOREST GUMP
    RENEE ZELLWEGER- ONE TRUE THING

    I feel that all of these were deserving!!

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    Hollis Mulwray
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    Of this group, I chose Margaret Hamilton. A truly iconic performance!!
    Also deserving:

    Miranda Richardson – Spider

    Ethel Waters – The Member of the Wedding

    Gong Li – Farewell, My Concubine

    Leopoldine Konstantin – Notorious

    Rosalind Russell – The Women

    Jessica Lange -Titus

    Billie Burke – Dinner at Eight

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    Alijah Purdy
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    I also say Sally Field – Forrest Gump

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    Anonymous
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    Sandra Bullock and Lisa Kudrow. 

    I voted for Sandra Bullock because she was extremely strong in Crash.  

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    Miss Frost
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    JULIANNE MOORE- A SINGLE MAN
    SHELLEY WINTERS- ALFIE
    ALLISON JANNEY- any of these 3…THE HELP, JUNO, THE HOURS
    DIANE KEATON- THE GODFATHER PART II
    VANESSA REDGRAVE- ATONEMENT
    SALLY FIELD- FOREST GUMP
    RENEE ZELLWEGER- ONE TRUE THING

    I feel that all of these were deserving!!

    Renee was 150% the lead in One True Thing 

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    Trent
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    Most certainly Margaret Hamilton who I probably would’ve even given the win (yes, over Hattie) for one of the most iconic performances in film history, and easily the most iconic villain performance.

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    I voted for Margaret Hamilton, and I probably would have given her the win as well (though it is VERY close to call).

    I also highly considered Sandra Bullock, who did very well with her over-the-top dialogue but I would have preferred Thandie Newton instead.

    Catherine O’Hara and Lisa Kudrow also deserved nominations!

    Rachel McAdams AND Tina Fey for Screenplay should have gotten nominations….and if there had been ten nominees, I probably would have put it in Best Picture.

    Others I want to mention:
    Maribel Verdu, Pan’s Labyrinth
    Laura Linney, The Truman Show
    Marisa Tomei, The Slums of Beverly Hills
    Diane Keaton, The Godfather Part II (way better than Talia Shire)
    Miranda Richardson, Spider
    Vanessa Redgrave, Atonement (a small performance that DID pack a punch unlike Ruby Dee)
    Elaine Stritch, September
    Mia Farrow, Radio Days (very random choice but she stayed with me and I loved her small scenes throughout the movie)
    Jessica Lange, Titus (could go either way but had she been in Supporting, she should have won easily)
    More I could think of I am sure but I will just list these for now

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    germanportuguese
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    Regina King- Ray and Jerry McQuire   She should had been nominated and In my opinion she should had one both years.  She was best thing in both films that garnered noms in major cats that they really didn’t deserve but she deserved recognition
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    Lisa Kudrow- Opposite of Sex
    Catherine O Hara=-For Your Consideration and Best in show
    Patricia Clarkson- High Art AND Far From Heaven
    Lupe Ontiveros- Chuck and  Buck
    Christine Taylor – A Very Brady Sequel
    Lily Tomlin- flirting with disaster
    Mila Kunis- Black Swan
    Kirsten Dunst- Interview With A Vampire
    Clare Daines- Little Women
    Daryll Hannah- Kill Bill prt 2 and Dancing at the Blue Iguana
    Jennifer Connolly- Requiem for a Dream
    Rachel Griffiths- Muriels Wedding
    Brooke Smith- Silence of The Lambs
    Cate Blanchett- talented Mr Ripley
    Sandra Bernhard- King Of Comedy
    Toni Collette- The Hours
    Dale Dickey- Winters Bone
    Bridgette Fonda- Jackie Brown
    Maggie Gyllenhall- Happy Endings
    Judy greer- Descendents
    Melanie Laurent- Iglorious Basterds
    Julianne Moore- A singleMan and Magnolia
    Britanny Murphy- Dead Girl and  Girl Int
    Christina Ricci-  Ice Storm and Monster
    Sirgouny Weaver- Ice Storm
    Kate Winslet- Finding Neverland
    Melanie Linsky- Heavenly Creatures

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    Troy
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    MARGARET HAMILTON.

    No contest really.

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    SANDRA BULLOCK.

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    EXCELLENT mentions, Hollis Mulwray and Anthony.

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    Some, by no means all, of the performances cited in the poll are indeed excellent (a few are downright dodgy), but the most deserving of an Oscar nomination is easily MARGARET HAMILTON.

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    Beatrice Arthur in Mame ( 1974 )

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