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    The earlier post was sent As a reply to O’Hara…

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    I remember Amy Adams being in 3rd or 4th place here on Gold Derby for 2016, behind Emma Stone and Natalie Portman (or Isabelle Huppert; can’t remember where she was; Meryl Streep was in 5th). It was a huge shock when she wasn’t nominated and Ruth Negga, who my memory says was in 7th place (with Annette Bening in 6th), was nominated instead. I remember my jaw dropping when Isabelle Huppert was the first named called during the nomination announcement.

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    Exactly, a total jaw-dropping situation!

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    I remember Amy Adams being in 3rd or 4th place here on Gold Derby for 2016, behind Emma Stone and Natalie Portman (or Isabelle Huppert; can’t remember where she was; Meryl Streep was in 5th). It was a huge shock when she wasn’t nominated and Ruth Negga, who my memory says was in 7th place (with Annette Bening in 6th), was nominated instead. I remember my jaw dropping when Isabelle Huppert was the first named called during the nomination announcement.

    Don’t remind me. That Arrival snub is criminal.

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    I still believe it was ’cause they snob sci-fi performances. Anyhow, I loved Ruth Negga’s nom, she’s a gr8 actress and deserves recognition.

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    I remember Amy Adams being in 3rd or 4th place here on Gold Derby for 2016, behind Emma Stone and Natalie Portman (or Isabelle Huppert; can’t remember where she was; Meryl Streep was in 5th). It was a huge shock when she wasn’t nominated and Ruth Negga, who my memory says was in 7th place (with Annette Bening in 6th), was nominated instead. I remember my jaw dropping when Isabelle Huppert was the first named called during the nomination announcement.

    I rewatched 21st Century Women the other day. What a beautiful performance from Annette Benning, I wish she was nominated

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    Amy Adams was amazing in Arrival and should have been nominated. She’s OK on Vice, but not Oscar worthy at all.

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    I just watched Arrival again last night and the PTSD is rolling in from her snub.

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    Okay so I’ve finally seen both Vice and Baele Street, and honestly both of them don’t deserve the win. But I’m amazed at all the people bashing King for an overrated performance (which is true) and then singing Amy’s praises, when she too has given a overrated performance in a mediocre film. That ‘Two Times’ scene was painfully bad and completely laughable. If I HAVE to choose I’d choose King over Adams because imo she was better and because Adams deserves to win for something less mediocre than this. But I can’t see how anyone can be against King winning but be totally fine with Adams winning and vice-versa.

    Here’s wishing Rachel takes this.

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    Y’all bitches bitching about Amy Adams being snubbed for Arrival but the one who was truly overlooked that year was my gurl Kate Beckinsale in Love & Friendship. In a perfect world she should be fighting over that golden dildo with Portman and Huppert. Shame what happened to her. There can only be one passion pick per category and it ended up being Izzie but I know Kate had her supporters that within Academy.

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    Okay so I’ve finally seen both Vice and Baele Street, and honestly both of them don’t deserve the win. But I’m amazed at all the people bashing King for an overrated performance (which is true) and then singing Amy’s praises, when she too has given a overrated performance in a mediocre film. That ‘Two Times’ scene was painfully bad and completely laughable. If I HAVE to choose I’d choose King over Adams because imo she was better and because Adams deserves to win for something less mediocre than this. But I can’t see how anyone can be against King winning but be totally fine with Adams winning and vice-versa. Here’s wishing Rachel takes this.

    The “Two Times” scene is amazing. It’s the internet pundits making it seem as if it was bad. The dialogue is really terrible, but she made it very life like and as an actress she killed it. Let’s remind ourselves she’s playing a 20 year old college student here.

    I’ve said it many times King and Adams’ performances are very similar but King is so overhyped OR a product of sheep mentality that I think this overratedness will hurt her in the end. There’s nothing remotely un-Regina about it, while Adams played different ages in her film, a real person, and something that is very different from many of the roles she’s played (her role in The Master comes to mind but she is playing a living person here so no flexibility as far as acting choices go.)

    Rachel shouldn’t take it because for me she was the most lead out of all of them. Anyway, she’s also internet hype. Wasn’t she supposed to take the Globes?

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    Y’all bitches bitching about Amy Adams being snubbed for Arrival but the one who was truly overlooked that year was my gurl Kate Beckinsale in Love & Friendship. In a perfect world she should be fighting over that golden dildo with Portman and Huppert. Shame what happened to her. There can only be one passion pick per category and it ended up being Izzie but I know Kate had her supporters that within Academy.

    Lord, that was an incredible year for film. Looking at the BP lineup (as with many of the other categories) that season, though, you wouldn’t know it. A real shame.

    Carlos López Romero
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    Amy Adams was snubbed criminally for Arrival because of split voting apparently, maybe she submitted herself for Nocturnal Animals as well.

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    ^I don’t know if it’s still the case but I remember years ago reading that actors and actresses can only choose ONE film to submit per category; Anthony Hopkins chose The Remains of the Day rather than Shadowlands – Debra Winger chose Shadowlands instead of A Dagnerous Woman. I think that is still the rule.

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    Y’all bitches bitching about Amy Adams being snubbed for Arrival but the one who was truly overlooked that year was my gurl Kate Beckinsale in Love & Friendship. In a perfect world she should be fighting over that golden dildo with Portman and Huppert. Shame what happened to her. There can only be one passion pick per category and it ended up being Izzie but I know Kate had her supporters that within Academy.

    Agreed, I’m still shocked even BAFTA ignored the film. I also nominate Sevigny and Bennett that year. Beckinsale and Sevigny have such brilliant chemistry.

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