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How Did Regina Win Without SAG And Bafta Nods?

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  • Dee Jones
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    Because she gave the best performance in the category in the best film of the category. Plus everyone loves her, she’s worked hard to get to where she is now. And she’s Regina effing King.

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    Joe Burns
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    Lol no.

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    ENGLAND
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    She is well loved and respected. I love everything about her. Not the best win, but definitely a make up Oscar.

    I want to see her leading in films now.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Darling, plain and simple: she’s black and people like her.

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    Lena Headey hasn't got an Emmy for Game of Thrones????? Emmys you need to win her right now!!

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    Milk Money
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    Well deserved win. Knew she was going all the way the moment I saw the film.

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    M: The Original
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    She is well loved and respected. I love everything about her. Not the best win, but definitely a make up Oscar.

    I want to see her leading in films now.

    A make up Oscar for what?

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    ENGLAND
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    A make up Oscar for what?

    Career win! Her success was not instant. She has also given some incredible performances. In my opinion, she should have won over Blanchett for Ray.

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    M: The Original
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    Career win! Her success was not instant. She has also given some incredible performances. In my opinion, she should have won over Blanchett for Ray.

    Sharon Warren is the unsung MVP of that movie.

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    Marcus.H
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    Darling, plain and simple: she’s black and people like her.

    Actually lowkey this is the real reason why she won….

    Lol if you really have seen “Beale Street” & “The Favourite”, you (if you’re not a blind fan of Regina) would know Rachel Weisz/Emma Stone are far better.

     

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    Btw, the way of direction of “Beale Street” is really pretentious. I’m glad Oscars knew it and didn’t nominate it for BP, unlike those hypocritical critic associations.

    Good films are not just about great cinematography and political correctness.

    I miss 90s.

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    Dee Jones
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    STAY… PRESSSED!

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    Bee
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    Btw, the way of direction of “Beale Street” is really pretentious. I’m glad Oscars knew it and didn’t nominate it for BP, unlike those hypocritical critic associations. Good films are not just about great cinematography and political correctness. I miss 90s.

    LMAOOOO this fucked you up so bad right here. Of course “political correctness” when it’s a black director with a black cast as if it wouldn’t been earned over 95% of the Best Picture nominees, including the Best Picture WINNER. You’ve been like this the whole time you’ve been here but always said slick shit so it wouldn’t be as obvious, not to mention you liking that racist ass comment that “she’s black so that’s why people like her”. What the FUCK are the mods even doing letting all of damn trolls, bots, and idiots into the forums now more than they ever have? They have let the forums on this side turn into bullshit like this.

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    Eddy Q
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    Lol if you really have seen “Beale Street” & “The Favourite”, you (if you’re not a blind fan of Regina) would know Rachel Weisz/Emma Stone are far better.

    They were better, but they’re also not supporting, which is why I’d have voted for Regina. Why make the effort to decide between Emma and Rachel when they don’t even belong in the category?

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    Joe Burns
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    I wouldn’t say Beale Street is politically correct even though I also did not care for the film.

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    Seven
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    Wow, what a demeaning way to undermine the few Black women who’ve actually won Oscars. Had all of these roles been played by Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, or Cate Blanchett, no one would be giving thumbs up to your comments. But as Black people, we have a tendency to over analyze our portrayals. Which is understandable. Considering the lack of representation we’ve had in the past. Yet, it’s disheartening to see these particular roles dismissed based on stereotypical notions of race and outside the context of each of their films. We [as in Black ppl] have many stories to tell. Good and bad. The women who won DESERVED their recognition. People have a right to disagree on the quality of a performance. But to simplify some of their work down to being lazy caricatures of women of color is an injustice to objective criticism…and kind of racist. :/

    Okay, looks like you TOTALLY missed my point.

    – First of all white women aren’t stereotyped in the first place so there goes your point on Streep, Blanchett etc. Since when are white women stereotyped as abusive, violent, maids, supporting acts, slaves, hypersexualized etc ?

    – Second of all I’ve already said that they all deserved to win. I support all of their wins (minus Halle) and I’m longing to see more black women winning trophies in the future, especially as LEADING acts

    – Third, I’ve also said that most of these stories needed to be shown, especially in the case of Mo’Nique who played the literal devil yet still gave one of the most powerful and IMPORTANT performances ever imo. Same for Lupita

    – You said that us black people had so many stories to tell, good or bad. I wholeheartedly agree. The problem here is that it took so long for a character as strong as Regina’s to be recognized. I’m not demeaning anything. The nature of these characters doesn’t change the fact that all of these performances minus Berry’s were magnificent in one way or another. But black women should not be recognized and awarded only when they play stereotypical characters or when they’re meant to entertain white audiences.

    And if you think that me, a black woman made a “racist” comment… i’m sorry but no, you will not. My comment wasn’t even targeting the actresses. It was clearly targeting Hollywood and the roles they write for them.

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