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    I don’t understand why more people on here aren’t talking about or predicting her. I think she’s more likely than Scarlett, and I’m currently guessing she’ll get in.

    Rabbit maybe shut out of the acting categories.

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    She’s second to Amy Adams in this regard, let’s be fair

    Adams didn’t debut as a coattail nominee.

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    Adams didn’t debut as a coattail nominee.

    Neither did Octavia. She debuted with a complete sweep.

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    She’s second to Amy Adams in this regard, let’s be fair

    People always say this about Adams, but I’m convinced that if there was a different actress in each of Adams’s nominated roles none of them would be described as coattailing. Adams just happens to have been nominated a lot for movies with other nominated performances. And? In Doubt she played a previously Tony-nominated role. In The Fighter she was playing what was then considered against type for her. She actually won major critics awards for The Master, had a showy accent-switching role in American Hustle (showier than Bale actually), and if anyone was coattailing Vice it was Sam Rockwell not her. The “Adams as coattail” argument seemed to be further supported by her snub for Arrival for which she would’ve been the sole acting nominee, but dig a little deeper and there were other factors involved: subdued performance, genre bias in acting branch, more concentrated passion for Huppert and Negga. I can think of clearer examples of coattailing than any of Adams’s nominated roles; Jacki Weaver in Silver Linings Playbook and Rachel McAdams in Spotlight come to mind.

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    I stan you for mentioning queen Elisabeth. I thought I was the only one championing her for that movie!

    She was absolutely STUNNING in Us. It honestly baffles me as to why so many people here are so averse to her performance in that movie, she was nothing but phenomenal. I think that people are a little too quick to dismiss more limited roles as being undeserving just because they didn’t have as much screen time, even if they were very very good. With this stellar performance and the way she SERVED in the trailer for The Invisible Man, I would love for her to become the next great scream queen. Anyone got Ari Aster’s phone number?

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    Oh wait, I forgot about Luce! I watched it last week, and Octavia Spencer and Marsha Stephanie Blake are absolutely EVERYTHING in that movie. So so stunning. Spencer is sidelined in so many movies that it’s easy to forget why she’s so amazing, but movies like this remind me. Wow wow wow.

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    She was absolutely STUNNING in Us. It honestly baffles me as to why so many people here are so averse to her performance in that movie, she was nothing but phenomenal. I think that people are a little too quick to dismiss more limited roles as being undeserving just because they didn’t have as much screen time, even if they were very very good. With this stellar performance and the way she SERVED in the trailer for The Invisible Man, I would love for her to become the next great scream queen. Anyone got Ari Aster’s phone number?

    Moss doesn’t have enough screen time to justify a push. The family at the center of Us really are the stars of the picture to the point the rest of the ensemble recedes.

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    Moss doesn’t have enough screen time to justify a push. The family at the center of Us really are the stars of the picture to the point the rest of the ensemble recedes.

    But she acts circles around everyone in that cast (minus Nyong’o) with just one particular scene, and I’m sure everyone knows which scene I’m talking about.

    Oscar FYC - Lupita Nyong'o & Elisabeth Moss ("Us") - Best Actress & Supporting Actress. It must happen; otherwise the Tethered are coming.

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    But she acts circles around everyone in that cast (minus Nyong’o) with just one particular scene, and I’m sure everyone knows which scene I’m talking about.

    ICONIC!!!

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    I’d be more interested in seeing Moss get pushed for Her Smell more than Us.

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    I thought Moss was good in Us, but I definitely wouldn’t call her Oscar worthy. The only part of that film that I believe was deserving of a nomination was Lupita, which I’m not predicting.

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    She was absolutely STUNNING in Us. It honestly baffles me as to why so many people here are so averse to her performance in that movie, she was nothing but phenomenal. I think that people are a little too quick to dismiss more limited roles as being undeserving just because they didn’t have as much screen time, even if they were very very good. With this stellar performance and the way she SERVED in the trailer for The Invisible Man, I would love for her to become the next great scream queen. Anyone got Ari Aster’s phone number?

    imo Lupit a is the only Oscar worthy perf in US. That film wouldn’t have worked without her in it. And I thought her work was more complex than in her win .
    I lost my temper with her stans, which is nobody here, because although I’m fine with posted pictures they were going on and on and on saying how beautiful her skin is. I barged in to try to divert them, but it worked for about 10 seconds until I was accused of being jealous.

    It’s very doubtful she’s nominated for this for a variety of questionable reasons. Right now just based on what I’ve seen she’s top 5 .

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    THR1

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    I like what Dern’s wearing.

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    Moss doesn’t have enough screen time to justify a push. The family at the center of Us really are the stars of the picture to the point the rest of the ensemble recedes.

    Lmao this is literally exactly the point I made in my post. How deserving people are for a nomination should never be based on screen time. Viola Davis was barely in seven or eight minutes of Doubt, but would you say that she was undeserving of her nomination just because of her small role? No! It’s the same argument that we keep having over and over in the TV forums about Fleabag. Length is never more important than quality. If Moss took ten minutes of screentime and absolutely killed every single one, then it’s silly to call her undeserving.

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