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    gabspss
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    How would you rank the five nominees?

    My personal ranking:

    1. Meryl Streep in Adaptation.
    2. Catherine Zeta-Jones in Chicago
    3. Julianne Moore in The Hours
    4. Kathy Bates in About Schimdt
    5. Queen Latifah in Chicago

    1-3 are interchangeable — three really great performances. 4-5 I wouldn’t nominate any of the two.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    1. Catherine Zeta-Jones
    2. Meryl Streep
    3. Julianne Moore
    4. Queen Latifah
    5. Kathy Bates

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    1. Julianne Moore, The Hours
    2. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago
    3. Meryl Streep, Adaptation
    4. Kathy Bates, About Schmidt
    5. Queen Latifah, Chicago
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    1. Zeta-Jones
    2. Streep
    3. Moore
    4. Latifah
    5. Bates

    I don’t necessarily mind Latifah getting nominated. She did a nice job in the film but in the end, she probably wouldn’t make my personal lineup.

    Bates, as much as I love her, wasn’t truly Oscar worthy for this role. She basically got nominated for her famous hot tub scene. It wasn’t a bad performance by any means though.

    Moore was really a lead in the grand scheme. I haven’t seen the film since 2003 but I do feel like she had screen time that was more worthy of being a Lead.

    Streep and Zeta-Jones both definitely deserved their noms and I fully support the latter’s win.

    I remember Michelle Pfeiffer being good in WHITE OLEANDER and I also would’ve considered nominating Edie Falco for SUNSHINE STATE and Patricia Clarkson for FAR FROM HEAVEN. I’m sure there are some I’m forgetting, particularly foreign performances from that year.

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    1. Meryl Streep
    2. Julianne Moore
    3. Catherine Zeta Jones
    4. Queen Latifah
    5. Kathy Bates

    Sounds like a great line-up but only the first two are nomination worthy, in my opinion.

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    Out of the nominees, I’ve only seen Catherine, Julianne and Latifah. And I do think Catherine deserved it. Julianne was my MVP from The Hours, but she was in the wrong category (but since she already had Far from Heaven that year, lead for the former was never happening). I liked Latifah a lot, her rendition of ‘When You’re Good to Mama’ was (and still is) one of the highlights of the movie imo. Once I watch all the performances that were in contention, I probably won’t put her in my personal top5, but I’m glad she got nominated.

    Concerning other contenders, Toni Collette definitely deserved a nomination for About a Boy. And, so far, my personal winner is Samantha Morton for Minority Report. Such a bad-ass and emotional performance, but considering it’s in a Sci-Fi/Fantasy movie, she never received the attention she deserved. I never really understood the acclaim for Patricia Clarkson in Far from Heaven tbh. It’s a good performance but one that I totally forgot once I finished the movie.

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    1. Catherine Zeta-Jones
    2. Julianne Moore
    3. Meryl Streep
    4. Kathy Bates
    5. Queen Latifah

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    1. Meryl Streep in Adaptation.
    2. Kathy Bates in About Schmidt
    3. Julianne Moore in The Hours

    4. Catherine Zeta-Jones in Chicago
    5. Queen Latifah in Chicago

    Bates & Moore could easily switch. Everything else is not moveable.

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    Streep is easily at the top. Performance-wise, she’s followed by Moore who’s in the wrong category. Then Bates, then the Chicago women. I do not mind Catherine’s win – she was very energetic and committed – but I do feel that it was the wrong category.

    My line-up includes Streep (as the winner), followed by Pfeiffer for White Oleander, Miranda Richardson for Spider, Patricia Clarkson for Far from Heaven and Edie Falco for Sunshine State. I like my line-up 🙂

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    I forgot about Miranda Richardson!! She most definitely should’ve been in there! I would even consider giving her the whole damn thing.

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    1. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago
    2. Meryl Streep, Adaptation
    3. Julianne Moore, The Hours
    4. Kathy Bates, About Schmidt
    5. Queen Latifah, Chicago

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    Adaptation is my favorite Streep performance. I’d rank the nominees

    1. Meryl Streep
    2. Julianne Moore
    3. Catherine Zeta Jones
    4. Queen Latifah

    I have not seen Kathy Bates

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    General consensus so far:

    1. Meryl Streep in Adaptation. – 38 points
    2. Catherine Zeta-Jones in Chicago – 35 points
    3. Julianne Moore in The Hours – 31 points
    4. Kathy Bates in About Schmidt – 19 points
    5. Queen Latifah in Chicago – 14 points

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    5. Latifah
    4. Bates
    3. Moore
    2. Streep
    1. Zeta-Jones

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    1. Catherina Zeta Jones

    2. Kathy Bates

    3. Meryl Streep

    4. Julianne Moore

    5. Queen Latifah

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