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  • sister jude
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    I hope she is indeed that wonderful because judging by the trailer of “To Leslie”, the movie looks terrible.

    she’s good but nothing to write home about. she’s definitely overpraised.


    m844
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    Darling, Frances Fisher was ruthless in Titanic and she is ruthless in real life. Truly, life imitates art.


    Uri Urusha
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    Andrea is astounding. She pulled something most amazing actors failed to pull.acting drunk so naturally that it doesn’t look like acting at all,with a very precise texas accent and the physicality of a drunk who is a texas woman,all of these her being  a British and without the exaggerated acting that normally stans mistakes for great acting. But actors know, exaggerated and showy acting is easy to do,the very difficult things are playing drunk naturally, with a voice,accent and physical acting of someone who is a different nationality to their ownselves.all this at once is very hard to pull simultaneously. thats where Andrea comes top of everyone else in this year.and those prestigious actors caught that.they are probably mocking the critics with Andrea, almost saying they don’t know what great acting look like and their radio silence on blanchett acting which critics hailed as great. The situation is hilarious.


    crabbie
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    Not the dragging of Cate. She was much better than Riseborough whose performance while good is something everyone has seen before in other performances. The script is cliched and does her no favors. Maybe if the script was improved, Andrea would have more interesting performance beats but it’s a performance that isn’t all that revelatory as it’s hyped up to be.

    Michelle (Yeoh, Williams) Oscar campaign manager.

    FYC:
    Best Picture: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Decision to Leave
    Best Director: Park Chan-Wook Todd Field
    Best Original Screenplay: Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once
    Best Actor: Colin Farrell
    Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, Cate Blanchett, Tang Wei
    Best Supporting Actor: Brendan Gleeson, Ke Huy Quan
    Best Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon, Nina Hoss


    Uri Urusha
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    Not the dragging of Cate. She was much better than Riseborough whose performance while good is something everyone has seen before in other performances. The script is cliched and does her no favors. Maybe if the script was improved, Andrea would have more interesting performance beats but it’s a performance that isn’t all that revelatory as it’s hyped up to be.

    Blanchett is an amazing actress. But i said andrea pulled 3 things simultaneously together in her acting this year’s oscar race no amazing actress pulled. And critics being blind about it and apparently actors branch decided not to be blind about it.


    ChildishGambino
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    If Kate Winslet and Sarah Paulson pulled all those stunts and then Riseborough won’t even win I’m gonna be real mad lmao


    ChocolateNomad
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    If Kate Winslet and Sarah Paulson pulled all those stunts and then Riseborough won’t even win I’m gonna be real mad lmao

    oh it’s still a two horse race between Blanchett and Yeoh


    Uri Urusha
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    whoever win,this years best actress race is very exciting. Curveball after Curveball.


    Berlin2002
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    The racism claims are predictable and pathetic. I haven’t seen Till yet, but Deadwyler looks amazing, so it’s a shame she didn’t get in. But it’s not racism. People simply preferred other performances. Some people seemingly won’t be satisfied unless there’s a quota for POC performances in each category. This year 3/5 supporting actress nominees are POC and 2/5 best actress are if you count De Armas’ heritage. That’s HALF of the female acting nominees. Yet still idiots bleat on about racism.

    Well said. I couldn’t agree more.


    mafro987
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    FYC: Danielle Deadwyler, Best Actress in a Leading Role


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    pedrohf2001
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    I will be upset until the end of time that Andrea got in this fucking way.

    I don’t give a shit. I despise this nomination. But hey. It always helps to have big white friends from the branch doesn’t it?

    Congrats Andrea!!!! Deserved after all the intensive and NOT FISHY campaign since November. Definitely November 🤡

    And as always, good job Academy!!


    TheLordMan
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    You shouldn’t be mad at only Riseborough. Ok? She deserves the hate for this campaign, no question, but we still have these people to hate, too:

    Adams, Amy
    Aniston, Jennifer
    Arquette, Rosanna
    Barkin, Ellen
    Bell, Kristen
    Blanchett, Cate
    Blunt, Emily
    Brosnahan, Rachel
    Clarkson, Patricia
    Cohn, Mindy
    Comer, Jodie
    Consuelos, Mark
    Cox, Courteney
    Cross, Marcia
    Cumming, Alan
    Curtis, Jamie Lee
    Derbez, Eugenio
    Dern, Laura
    Deschanel, Zooey
    Dever, Kaitlyn
    Driver, Minnie
    Dynevor, Phoebe
    Farrow, Mia
    Fisher, Frances
    Fisher, Joely
    Fonda, Jane
    France, Tan
    Helgenberger, Marg
    Hill, Dulé
    Hunt, Helen
    Janney, Allison
    Jones, Daisy-Edgar
    Jones, Emilia
    Kebbel, Arielle
    Kinnear, Greg
    Lohan, Lindsay
    Lynskey, Melanie
    Mantegna, Joe
    Maron, Marc
    McCarthy, Jenny
    McCormack, Mary
    Modine, Matthew
    Moore, Demi
    Morrison, Jennifer
    Norton, Edward
    O’Donnell, Rosie
    O’Hare, Denis
    Paltrow, Gwyneth
    Paulson, Sarah
    Perkins, Elizabeth
    Ridley, Daisy
    Rinna, Lisa
    Ripa, Kelly
    Ronson, Samantha
    Sarandon, Susan
    Sciorra, Annabella
    Shannon, Molly
    Shields, Brooke
    Seehorn, Rhea
    Sorvino, Mira
    Spencer, Octavia
    Stern, Howard
    Stone, Sharon
    Strickland, KaDee
    Swank, Hilary
    Theron, Charlize
    Vieira, Meredith
    Watts, Naomi
    Wentworth, Ali
    Whitford, Bradley
    Winslet, Kate
    Winger, Debra
    Zimmer, Constance
    Zuniga, Daphne

    As far as we’re concerned, they’re complicit in white supremacy and should be canceled.


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    ChildishGambino
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    Emily Blunt can’t even get an Oscar nomination for herself but she campaigned for Andrea, ma’am…

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