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    Melvinezq
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    If only this grand and iconic performance won an Oscar, This performance will go down as one of the most divisive, funniest, and the most celebrated and quotable Best Actress winner in history.

    The epitome of campy acting. It’s actually a good performance actually, but happened in a wrong decade. If it had been released in 1950s, it would’ve been a hit. By the way, good for Anne Bancroft for refusing this role.

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    I like to imagine that in an alternate reality, Judi Dench won Oscars for Philomena and Notes on a Scandal; Melissa McCarthy won for Can You Ever Forgive Me? (in reality tied with Colman for me); Charlotte Rampling won for 45 Years; Isabelle Huppert won for Elle; and Emmanuelle Riva won for Amour.

    One can dream.

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    I like to imagine that in an alternate reality, Judi Dench won Oscars for Philomena and Notes on a Scandal; Melissa McCarthy won for Can You Ever Forgive Me? (in reality tied with Colman for me); Charlotte Rampling won for 45 Years; Isabelle Huppert won for Elle; and Emmanuelle Riva won for Amour. One can dream.

    Except for Judi Dench and Melissa, everyone were lost because of popularity contest.

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    I like to imagine that in an alternate reality, Judi Dench won Oscars for Philomena and Notes on a Scandal; Melissa McCarthy won for Can You Ever Forgive Me? (in reality tied with Colman for me); Charlotte Rampling won for 45 Years; Isabelle Huppert won for Elle; and Emmanuelle Riva won for Amour. One can dream.

    I agree with you on these choices. The one that hurts most is still Stone winning over Huppert.

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    Praying circle for Lupita, Viola, Amy and Saoirse join the select group of best actress winners this decade.

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